He is a world known authority on chi kung and kungfu, and has travelled round the world to teach these arts in more than 35 countries. He is an internationally acclaimed author of books on Eastern wisdom, and his books have been translated into many languages. Since , Grandmaster Wong has spent more time teaching chi kung than kungfu, because he feels that while kungfu serves as an interesting hobby, chi kung serves an urgent public need, particularly in overcoming degenerative and psychiatric diseases. Grandmaster Wong is one of the few masters who has generously introduced the once secretive Shaolin chi kung to the public, and has helped many people to overcome so-called "incurable diseases", like hypertension, asthma, rheumatism, arthritis, diabetes, migraine, gastritis, gall stones, kidney failure, depression, anxiety and even cancer.
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They often want to continue with a healthy, happy and long life and this can involve making useful and meaningful changes in various ways. He also wants to teach a Wudang KungFu Tai Chi Chuan course that focuses on training energy and cultivating your spirit. At the end of the course we believe it will lead to you understanding how you can use your Tai Chi Chuan skills to achieve something meaningful in your life.
We see people wanting to make a meaningful contribution to the world, and many are achieving it. Physical or mental health problems, or a lack of energy or feeling overwhelmed, can sometimes reduce our effectiveness. Sometimes it is not clear how to play our part in creating useful changes or benefits in the wider world. Sometimes it comes down to a lack of belief in ourselves or the courage or conviction to believe we can make a difference. As Nei Gung is a deeper level of Chi Kung, deeper techniques will be used when entering into a chi kung, or nei gung, state of mind.
To get over the barriers of poor health, lack of energy or overwhelm these courses will include skills for maintaining good health and developing internal force. To help develop the resilience to carry a plan through these courses will include skills for developing: courage, confidence and self belief.
The last Nei Gung course focusses in the skills of clarity of mind and expanded awareness sometimes called Zen Mind. This can help avoid getting stuck with limited: beliefs, techniques, methods, understanding or perspective. It can lead us "beyond self" - a good place to be when planning or doing things for the common good.
It seems to us like a wonderful time to be alive. This course will use the simple yet profound 16 pattern abridged Zhang San Feng set to allow course participants to achieve this.
Ultimately, it will help you to achieve whatever is meaningful in your life. This abridged San Feng Wudang set has been specially composed for those attending the Summer Camp and should be learnt prior to attending the course. The techniques, application and skills of the set will be taught during the course, so unless you are already an accomplished practitioner you only need to focus on the form aspect of your preparation.
Entering the way nourish heart stabilize nature, accumulate energy focus spirit be main path. Practice this art must follow thus. Heart not peaceful, nature disturbed. Energy not accumulated, spirit disordered. Heart and nature not united, spirit and energy not coordinated, four limbs and hundred meridians of body lifeless, and functions useless. To pacify heart and stabilize nature, focus spirit and accumulate energy. Focussing Spirit Accumulating Energy Treatise in Grand Ultimate Practice The Summer Camp courses are open to new students to our school wishing to benefit from the teachings of Grandmaster Wong Kiew kit, and to existing students and teachers wishing to progress further and deeper with their training and experiences.
The courses can be taken individually or part of a collective path leading to the Cultivating Spirit - Training Energy course Sifu is teaching in Malaysia in December For further details on this see below or visit our discussion forum. At over 70 years old he is a living example of the efficacy of these practices. Over the last 50 years has taught more than 60, students in over 35 countries. As a result he has honed his ability to pass these practices on in a simple, effective and practical way - helping people regain their good health, and giving vitality, longevity, mental clarity, peak performance and spiritual joy.
We have been given the honor of doing our part in preserving and passing on these arts. This can be paid via a bank transfer. Bank details will be supplied to you following your booking. If you are unsure about courses, prices or booking then you can always email us instead.
Full details and pricing for courses are below.
They often want to continue with a healthy, happy and long life and this can involve making useful and meaningful changes in various ways. He also wants to teach a Wudang KungFu Tai Chi Chuan course that focuses on training energy and cultivating your spirit. At the end of the course we believe it will lead to you understanding how you can use your Tai Chi Chuan skills to achieve something meaningful in your life. We see people wanting to make a meaningful contribution to the world, and many are achieving it.
Grandmaster Wong Kiew Kit
He also holds an honours degree in humanity, and is one of the very few masters who speaks excellent English. The Art of Chi Kung is a best-seller, reprinted three times within three years, and has been translated into many languages. Grandmaster Wong, born in , started his life-long training of the Shaolin arts in when he learned Shaolin Kungfu and lion dance from the famous Shaolin master, Grandmaster Lai Chin Wah, who was popularly known as Uncle Righteousness. Grandmaster Wong became his best disciple and helped Uncle Righteousness to teach kungfu. To further his kungfu training, Grandmaster Wong later learned from Grandmaster Ho Fatt Nam, the third generation successor directly descended from the southern Shaolin Monastery when it was burned by the Manchurian army in China.
Wong Kiew Kit
Wong Kiew Kit