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Salutation Pattern of Shaolin Wahnam

One important reason why we in Shaolin Wahnam can have very good results within a short time is because we enter Zen — also known as Tao in Taijiquan or chi kung state of mind in chi kung — right at the start of our training. This is followed by generating energy flow. These two essential skills make every practice in our Shaolin Kungfu a training of mind and energy.

Our arts were derived from four patriarchs, namely Uncle Righteousness, Sifu Chee Kim Thong, Sifu Ho Fatt Nam and Sifu Choe Hoong Choy. Sifu Wong also demonstrates the signature greetings from the lineages of these patriarch.

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Entering Zen Chi Flow Importance of Zen
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Chi to Dan Tian Small Universe
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Ho Fatt Nam Lineage Uncle Righteousness Lineage
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Chee Kim Thong Lineage Choe Hoong Choy Lineage Shaolin Wahnam

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Important Foundation and Signature Greetings of Shaolin Four Gates from Wong Kiew Kit on Vimeo.


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