Shaolin Kung Fu Training Curriculum


1. Basic Skills in Shaolin Wushu
2. Shaolin Basic Training - Warm Up, Endurance, Stretching, Basic Drills
3. Qin Na 1-15
4. Shaolin Kung Fu Basics, Stretching and Drills
5. StretchingTraining Methods
Duration: (1 Month)


The student begins to understand the basics of Martial. The yellow belt is worn by a beginner who has learned to practice the basic moves of Kung Fu. At this level, you're expected to have shown some commitment to your practice of martial arts. You'll add to your repertoire of hand strikes, kicks, and grabs, as well as begin exploring how to utilize your upper and lower body together for maximum effect. Attaining your Yellow Belt signifies you have worked hard and persevered through the most important — and perhaps hardest — stage of your training.
Duration: (3 Month)


“The seed is beginning to see the sunlight.” The student begins to understand the basics of Kung Fu. It represents the growing strength of the sun, so the orange belt is given to a beginner once he or she has mastered basic self-defence moves. Students should be striving to harness their potential in the sparring, within their forms, and in their techniques. You will have the most solid of foundations upon achieving your Orange Belt. You have now learned all the basic blocks, kicks, punches, stances, escapes, takedowns, theory, and other basic principles paving the way for Advanced Training.
Duration: (3 Month)


Green is an indicator of the growth of the plant, as the student starts gaining more skills. This belt signifies understanding of the fundamentals of the different disciplines of Shaolin Kung Fu. A green belt student learns to strengthen and refine his techniques. This Belt requires 3 to 6 months of training. The student begins to realize his/her place in the world’s largest martial art. Students must grow within the art, and conform themselves to the demands of their studies within Kung Fu. They should strengthen their stances to become rooted to the ground when they so choose.
Duration: (3 Month)


“The sun is setting. The first phase of growth has been accomplished.” Red is an epitome of danger and caution, for the student gains various skills. The physical skill has been developed but lacks control; therefore, physical and mental discipline must now be achieved. It signifies an intermediate understanding of the basic disciplines. As the sun is all-consuming, so too should the student be able to consume his or her opponent in the ring. At this rank, students should also be perfecting their teaching skills, and assisting and helping younger students to achieve their goals.
Duration: (3 Month)


This level can better control the basic; can begin to apply the basics he/she had learned. Blue signifies the blue sky as the plant continues to grow toward it. A blue belt student moves up higher in rank just as the plant grows taller. The light feeds the plant so it can continue to grow. The student is fed additional knowledge of the Art in order for his body and mind continue to grow and develop. With our training focus and philosophy centred heavily on self-defence, almost all of the applications of the forms you will be learning will start with someone attacking you. Since our forms contain both defensive and offensive motions, you will be expected to show the defensive first and the offensive after. As is the proper way of the Shaolin. It is at this point in your training where you start learning the counters to the counters. It opens up a world of possibility as you begin to learn the counters to the counters to the counters and so forth and so on.
Duration: (6 Months)


A purple belt student is undergoing change as he/she advances in his/her studies and begins to set his/her sights on advance level. It represents change, symbolizing the sky changing color at dawn. This level focus on simultaneous movement and delivering power while in transition. You'll also learn how to fall, roll, and use timing to defend yourself. At this rank, you should take time to reflect on how far you've come and rally your determination to go even further. Focused on developing strength: to remain steadfast in one's stances, especially in the sparring, and be able to deflect oncoming attacks without being moved. Developing techniques of striking through one's target with percussive blows like thunder should be the goal. Reflexes and speed are critical elements to a student's success at this level, so large amounts of time should be spent at this rank practicing techniques in order to develop lightning-fast reflexes and strikes.
Duration: (6 Month)


Brown represents maturity. Like seeds that turn brown in the harvest season, the student has matured into something new at this stage in his/her development. A brown belt is an advanced student whose techniques are beginning to mature, and he is beginning to understand the fruits of his/her hard work as a beginner. At this point the student has mastered the basics and intermediates and developed deep roots in training. It introduces students to the advanced fundamentals of each discipline. This level tests your endurance and dedication to see if you have what it takes to become a Black Belt. Commitment, ability, and contemplation are key. This Belt is the junior Black Belt rank. All the basic fighting skills are brought to a higher degree of perfection, combined with the study of three more weapons and combat techniques.
Duration: (6 Month)


The Black Belt is the opposite of the white belt, signifying completion and maturity in the student. Black signifies the darkness beyond the Sun. A Black Belt seeks new, more profound knowledge of the Art. You are officially an expert. However, this is not the end of your journey. It is only the beginning. Many people who are awarded a Black Belt begin passing on their knowledge to help others advance in their own belt rank. It signifies knowledge of the advanced fundamentals of the different disciplines. The Black color itself is symbolic of the universe and the vastness of space. While the rank of Black Belt is a great achievement, and something to be proud of, the symbolism should evoke a sense of emptiness - that there is much still to learn. It requires 1 more years of Discipleship training before officially inducting for the Black Belt training.
Duration: (6 Month)

My Vision

The vision of Lamka Shaolin Disciple's Union Martial Arts training is to empower people in the community’s lives through the martial arts. My goal is to help people get in shape, be safe and instil the life skills and character of a true martial artist while upholding important values like courtesy, patience, respect, self-control and integrity.


My objective is to provide support to my students. I do this by helping students develop confidence, focus, self-discipline and self-esteem through our martial arts instruction. I support my students by teaching them true self defense and helping them get in best shape of their lives, which helps my students create a positive outlook, a spirit of constant improvement and an attitude that refuses to give up.


Shaolin Kung Fu is uniqued from other martial arts by its circular movements. Rather than meeting a force head-on, Shaolin Kung Fu practitioners utilize spins, twists, and sweeps to propel an opponent away from his point of attack.

My Vision

The vision of Lamka Shaolin Disciple's Union Martial Arts training is to empower people in the community’s lives through the martial arts. My goal is to help people get in shape, be safe and instil the life skills and character of a true martial artist while upholding important values like courtesy, patience, respect, self-control and integrity.

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