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    Dear family and friends,

    Greetings from the island of Puerto Rico! It is with great pleasure that I announce the next Courses in Puerto Rico.

    Puerto Rico Autumnal Equinox Festival 2018
    No Two Door | The Ten Essentials in Wudang Kungfu Practice
    September 21 - 27, 2018
    San Juan, Puerto Rico


    The Course will be held in San Juan, Puerto Rico from September 21 to September 27, 2018. As discussed with the Fully Alive team of Sifu Tim Franklin and Sifu Barry Smale with direct overseeing and guidance by Grandmaster Wong Kiew Kit during and after UK Summer Camp 2017, this course marks an unprecedented coordinated effort to bring the teachings of Immortal Zhang San Feng to literally all quarters of the world with three different Courses; UK, Puerto Rico and Malaysia on the same year.

    Also, I am extremely happy to welcome Sifu to my little island on such an auspicious time as the Autumnal Equinox that this year will happen on September 22 in this region, which is the day of the beginning of the Course proper and one year almost to the day, after Hurricane Mari­a passed thru Puerto Rico on September 20, 2017.

    Full details and further relevant information such as venue, schedules, etc, will follow shortly as well a series of Questions and Answers that Sifu gracefully accepted to grant us with.

    Following you will find the full transcription of the Ten Essential in Wudang Kungfu Practice and its interpretation by Sifu, from a classic by Immortal Zhang San Feng himself.

    Looking forward to welcome you all in Puerto Rico!


    Zhang San Feng gave ten essential points on the practice of Wudang Kungfu. Following these ten essentials is known literally as "No Two Door" which means the "Gate of No Other Way". Zhang San Feng emphasized that there were no other ways to practice Wudang Kungfu.

    THE TEN ESSENTIALS IN WUDANG KUNGFU PRACTICE

    1. Empty your mind of all thoughts
    2. Do not tense any muscles
    3. Loosen your waist
    4. Principle of false-real
    5. Principle of sinking and pressing
    6. Using intention and not using strength
    7. Co-ordination of top and bottom
    8. Integration of internal and external
    9. One gentle, graceful flow without any break
    10. Movement in stillness, stillness in movement


    It is worthy of note that the very first two essentials prescribed by Zhang San Feng are also the two most widely mentioned instructions in our school, namely don't think of anything, and don't tense any muscles. These two instructions touch on the very core of spiritual (or mind) and energy training.


    As soon as a student thinks of anything, i.e. intellectualizes, he is out of a chi kung state of mind, which in modern Western term means a heightened state of consciousness. In classical terms, it was described as Entering Tao, Entering Zen, or Entering Silence.

    Not tensing any muscles is the key to energy training. Once some muscles are tensed, energy flow is blocked. It is the energy flow that generates internal force. The greater the amount of energy, and the smoother the flow, the greater is the resultant internal force.


    Those without any experience or knowledge of internal force would wonder how one can be powerful if he relaxes his muscles. In normal situation, it is muscular tension that gives rise to strength.


    Actually the mode of operation is quite similar. When an external martial artist tenses his muscles, he fills his muscles with energy. When an internal martial artist relaxes his muscles and let energy flow through, he also fills his muscles with energy.


    But the crucial difference is that the energy of the external martial artist is locked up in his muscles. After some time the locked energy becomes stale and looses its vibrancy, whereas the energy in the muscles of the internal martial artists is continuously flowing, continuously being recharged, thus increasing its vibrancy.


    Moreover, flowing energy performs more efficiently than stagnant energy. If your arm muscles are tensed when you move your arm to deflect an opponent's attack, you are moving the muscles in your arm as individual stagnate units separated from the rest of your body, whereas if your whole arm is relaxed and energy is flowing through, your arm moves as one flowing unit energetically connected to your whole body.


    Wudang Kungfu is well known for the small sized against bigger, stronger opponents. There are two reasons for this remarkable feat. One is internal force, and the other is Wudang Kungfu mechanics. Even if we leave out internal force, by using Wudang Kungfu mechanics alone, one can defeat a bigger, stronger opponent. The key to Wudang Kungfu mechanics is rotation of the waist. It is only when you loosen your waist, that you can rotate it. Loosening the waist also enables you to relax your whole body more readily.


    If your movement is meant to really strike an opponent, it is described as "real". If you pretend to strike your opponent with your hand to distract his attention, and kick him below, you hand movement is described as "false", and your kick as "real". There are of course countless other ways to distract your opponent with a "false" movement and strike him with a "real" movement.


    If your opponent fails to react correctly to your "false" movement, you change it to a "real" movement. For example, your original intention is to distract your opponent with your hand so that he may not be aware of your kick. But if he fails to respond correctly, you really strike him. On the other hand, your kick is meant to be a "real" movement, but if he responds to it correctly, you change it to a "false" movement. This principle of "false-real" is very useful in Wudang Kungfu, because unlike in external martial arts, it is difficult for opponents to tell which movements are "false" and which are "real".


    "Sinking" refers to sinking your stance. "Pressing" refers to pressing into an opponent that he may not escape. These two tactics are emphasized because as Wudang Kungfu is well known for using minimum force against maximum strength, many people may have the wrong impression that a Wudang Kungfu exponent usually retreats and seldom presses forward. Indeed, many inexperienced Wudang Kungfu students do this when sparring with opponents of other martial arts. When their opponents move in to attack, they retreat. This is a big mistake. Eventually they would be pushed against a wall.


    What would you do when a big, strong opponent pushes at you and you are not strong enough to push his arms away? An instinctive response is to move back, in which case he keeps pushing at you. The result is that either you fall over backward or there is no more space for you to tetreat.


    A typical Wudang Kungfu response is to use the principle of sinking and pressing. Suppose your opponent is at the north and you are at the south in your right Bow-Arrow Stance, and his powerful push is coming straight on from north to south. Sink your stance, moving your body back without moving your feet. This will neutralize the full force of his push. Simultaneously use your right hand to guide the momentum of his push, moving your right hand from north-north-west a short distance towards your own direction, then divert his momentum in a smooth curve and press forward toward north-north-east, returning to your original right Bow-Arrow Stance. This is actually what we do in our basic Wudang Kungfu Pushing Hands.


    You will find that you need only minimum force to divert his maximum strength. It is like driving a truck. You just turn the steering wheel. Here, the rotation of your waist, not the movement of your hand, is the steering wheel. This principle of sinking and pressing can be used against any form of powerful attack, regardless of whether it is a strike, a kick, a felling attack or a chin-na technique.


    Using intention and not using strength is a fundamental principle in Wudang Kungfu. Although many people mention this principle, they do not really know what it means, much less how to apply it. One can operate this principle well only when he has the skills of energy flow, otherwise even when he operates it correctly he has no speed nor force, which are essential for effective combat.


    This principle of using intention and not strength is instrumental in develop internal force in Wudang Kungfu practice. It is also the inspiration that gives rise to our "flow method" in internal force training. You use your mind to direct energy flow which moves your form the way you want according to your intention. You can be very powerful and fast, yet not tired nor panting for breath.


    Failure to co-ordinate the top and the bottom may occur at different levels. At the basic level, if your top does not co-ordinate with your bottom, like if your body is not in alignment with your standing leg in the pattern "Golden Tortoise Exposes Back", for example, not only you have poor balance and hence your combat efficiency will be affected, but also you have to tense certain muscles to prevent yourself from falling over, hence creating energy blockage which may be detrimental to health.


    At an intermediate level, failure to co-ordinate the top and the bottom may distract rather than focus your energy. For example, in our Bow-Arrow Stance, the two feet are in line and the toes of both feet are hooked inward. In this way the energy flow of both the top and the bottom part of the practitioner is focused at the dan tian, giving him both stability and agility.


    However if his feet are slightly wide apart rather than in line, the toes of his front foot point forward, and the toes of his back foot point outward, the energy flow of the top and the bottom part of the practitioner will be diverted to two different directions, thus affecting both his stability and agility.


    At a high level the co-ordination of the top and the bottom enables the practitioner to attain six harmonies, i.e. harmonies of spirit, energy, essence, feet, body and hands. In the pattern "Cosmos First Emerges", for example, he starts with his back leg, rotates his body, and completes at his hand, all in one smooth movement, enabling him to have presence of mind, channel his internal force from his dan tian to his hands, move elegantly, and have co-ordination of stance, body and technique.


    However, if he fails to co-ordinate the top and the bottom, like completing the movement of his stance first, then moving his hands, thus have two separate movements instead of one smooth flow, even if his established form is perfect, there is a break in his momentum which will affect his spirit and energy.


    There are different ways to differentiate between internal and external training, as well as to differentiate between an internal and an external martial art. A time-honored way is "nei lian jing shen qi, wei lian jin gu pi", which means "internal training involves essence, spirit and energy; external training involves muscles, bones and skin".


    An internal art is one that focuses on internal training, and external art is one that focuses on external methods. Three-Circle Stance, meditation and Abdominal Breathing, for example, are internal methods. Weight training, striking poles and stretching exercise are external methods.


    Although Wudang Kungfu is an internal martial art, the internal and external are integrated in its training. In other words, not only a Wudang Kungfu practitioner should not neglect its external aspects, they are essential parts of his internal training, meaning that without the external aspects there can be no internal training.


    For example, when he uses the Three-Circle Stance to develop mental clarity and internal force, he needs the form of the stance to train. If his form is incorrect, not only he does not derive benefit from the training, he may have adverse effects. When he employs any Wudang Kungfu technique in combat, he must ensure that the movement and positioning of his feet, body and hands are perfect. If they are faulty, not only he would be unable to deploy his internal force efficiently, the technique itself may not be effective.


    Wudang Kungfu techniques are performed in one gentle, graceful flow without any break in between. Once started, there is no beginning and no ending until the objective is accomplished. In performing the first sequence of Wudang Kungfu, for example, you do not pause after "Nebula Evolving Round", then start to perform "Cosmos First Emerges", pause again, then perform "Riding Horse Ask Way". You perform all these patterns smoothly without any break as if they are one long continuous pattern.


    When you apply these patterns in combat, you also perform them smoothly as if they are just one continuous pattern. If an opponent attacks you with a thrust punch, for example, you may ward of the attack with "Nebula Evolving Round". You do not stop or even pause after this, but move continuously to "Cosmos First Emerges" to strike him or fell him onto the ground.


    If he retreats, you move forward without any break in between to strike him or fell him with "Riding Horse Ask Way". If, instead of retreating, he deflects your "Cosmos First Emerges" and counter-strikes at you, you can also move continuously to "Riding Horse Ask Way" to deflect his attack, and without any break continue with whatever appropriate techniques until you accomplish the objective of defeating him.


    "Movement in stillness, stillness in movement" is another one of Wudang Kungfu principles that is often quoted but little understood. It is actually quite simple. When you perform any Wudang Kungfu movements in solo practice or combat, your mind is still, meaning you are mentally relaxed and clear. When you keep still in meditation, stance training or in a poise pattern during combat, your mind and physical form are still, but your energy is flowing.


    These "ten essentials" are ten gems given by Zhang San Feng to Wudang Kungfu practitioners to attain good health (including vitality and longevity), combat efficiency and spiritual fulfillment.


    Wong Kiew Kit
    30th August 2011
    Tarragona, Spain
    You can also find this article following this link.
    [/SIGPIC] Sifu Ángel Pérez
    Shaolin Wahnam Institute Puerto Rico


    "Life becomes more meaningful and beautiful as you work towards the realization of your own innate immortality."
    - Grandmaster Wong Kiew Kit

    "La vida se vuelve más significativa y hermosa según trabajas hacia la realización de tu propia innata inmortalidad."
    - Gran Maestro Wong Kiew Kit

  • #2
    Dear family and friends,

    Greetings! An update on the program Sifu will be conducting in Puerto Rico from September 22 to 27. As you can see it is a well balanced program with a nice progression from fundamental to advance level arts. As many of you already know how Sifu's teaching skills had been progressing exponentially as well so no doubt these courses will provide participants with extraordinary experiences.

    Due to Hurricane María's devastation last year, finding a suitable place for the Courses had been more challenging, although there are negotiations going on with a few places, which I shall have final word in a couple of days. For those coming from abroad, you can safely look for accommodation within Miramar and the surrounding are. Soon I will be posting updates with links for different Hotels and such. In the mean time looking forward to welcome you!

    Participants who have not learnt from Shaolin Wahnam before, must first attend any one course of Five-Animal Play or Generating Energy Flow to be able to take part on the Wudang Kungfu Courses.

    Whether it is your desire to enrich your life and manifest health, mental clarity, inner strength, longevity, combat efficiency or spiritual expansion, this is an exceptional opportunity that you should take advantage of.

    Courses will be taught in English, but Spanish translation will be provided, if necessary.

    GENERATING ENERGY FLOW

    Generating an energy flow is the fundamental skill of chi kung. Without this skill, practitioners will not derive the wonderful benefits of chi kung, even when they may perform genuine chi kung techniques.

    Surprisingly, not many people know this fact. As a result, they may perform genuine chi kung techniques for years as external forms, but are still weak or sickly although two main purposes of chi kung training are to make them healthy and full of vitality.

    Practicing genuine chi kung will give good health, vitality and longevity, as well as peak performance and spiritual joys. Chi flow, or energy flow, is the essence of chi kung. It is chi flow, not the chi kung techniques, that gives the wonderful benefits of chi kung.

    Fee: $350.00

    DEVELOPING INTERNAL FORCE FOR PEAK PERFORMANCE

    In the intermediate level of chi kung, we focus on attaining peak performance, which can be accomplished by attaining mental clarity and internal force, besides being in a chi kung state of mind. How does this contribute to peak performance?

    The fundamental requirements in a chi kung state of mind are to be relaxed and to be focused. When a person is relaxed, he (or she) can have better result in whatever he does than when he is tensed. When a person is focused, he can have better result than when he is distracted. When a person is relaxed and focused at the same time, i.e. he is in a chi kung state of mind, his result in whatever he does is not just twice, but four times. The benefit is exponential.

    Similarly when a person's mind is clear, he will have better result. He will also have better result when he has internal force. Hence, because of exponential progression, by attending the Intensive Chi Kung Course and learning the intermediate level of chi kung, a person will attain peak performance in his daily life, as he is 16 times more efficient than if he had not attended the course!

    Fee: $350.00

    FIVE ANIMAL PLAY

    Five-Animal Play is a very famous set of chi kung exercise. The inventor, Hua Tuo, was a very famous physician and chi kung master. Even if there were no other benefits, knowing a famous art invented by a famous master is sufficient reason to learn it.

    But there are other benefits, more practical than merely having practiced a famous art invented by a famous master.

    Five-Animal Play was the seminal art for what is now called self-manifested chi movement. In other words, from what chi kung books and classics tell us, there were no external chi flow movements manifested from chi kung techniques before Five-

    Animal Play was invented. But since its invention and subsequent practice, practitioners manifested chi flow movements externally. Over centuries these outward chi flow movements became more and more vigorously, and today this type of chi kung practice has become a genre known as self-manifested chi movement.

    It is worthwhile to note that while chi flow manifested externally is common in our school, it is rare in all other schools except those schools that specially practice a genre of chi kung called self-manifested chi movement. These schools that specially practice self-manifested chi movement are uncommon. We do not specially call our type of chi kung, self-manifested chi movement or Five-Animal Play. We call our chi kung, Shaolin Cosmos Chi Kung, and self-manifested chi movement and Five-animal Play are two types of our extensive repertoire.

    When Five-Animal Play was popularly practiced in the past, it was more known for maintaining health and for curing diseases. Hua Tuo’s students who practiced Five-Animal Play were recorded to have strong teeth and sharp eyesight even at 90!

    We have, brought Five-Animal Play, or its modern equivalent, self-manifested chi flow, to a new higher level. While maintaining its excellent health promoting quality, we have used it to overcome so-called incurable diseases, a great benefit, not available in the past, or at least not highlighted as we do now.

    Fee: $600.00

    WUDANG KUNGFU

    Zhang San Feng gave ten essential points on the practice of Wudang Kungfu. Following these ten essentials is known literally as "No Two Door" which means the "Gate of No Other Way". Zhang San Feng emphasized that there were no other ways to practice Wudang Kungfu.

    The Ten Essentials in Wudang Kungfu Practice

    1. Empty your mind of all thoughts
    2. Do not tense any muscles
    3. Loosen your waist
    4. Principle of false-real
    5. Principle of sinking and pressing
    6. Using intention and not using strength
    7. Co-ordination of top and bottom
    8. Integration of internal and external
    9. One gentle, graceful flow without any break
    10. Movement in stillness, stillness in movement

    Wudang Kungfu courses, will include basic patterns, basic movements, developing internal force using the flow method (which is different from the course, Developing Internal Force for Peak Performance), exploding force, and combat applications.

    Fee: $1,000.00

    Special Discounts

    When applying for more than one Course you may take advantage of a special discount, depending on how many courses you want to take part in. Just follow the table bellow.

    $ 350.00 x 1 Course
    $ 600.00 x 2 Courses
    $ 700.00 x 3 Courses
    $ 800.00 x 4 Courses
    $ 900.00 x 5 Courses
    $ 1,000.00 x 6 Courses
    $ 1,100.00 x 7 Courses
    $ 1,200.00 x 8 Courses
    $ 1,300.00 x 9 Courses
    $ 1,400.00 x 10 Courses

    Participants from Puerto Rico may send courses fees via ATH Móvil to 787-314-9204 as well as via Paypal to sifuangel@gmail.com. Remember to specify name of Course or Courses when sending courses fees.

    Venue

    San Juan, Puerto Rico (location to be announced)

    Program

    Saturday, Sept. 22, 2018
    9:00 am to 12:00 m ⏤ Generating Energy Flow
    4:00 pm to 7:00 pm ⏤ Developing Internal Force for Peak Performance

    Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018
    9:00 am to 12:00 m ⏤ Five-Animal Play, Part 1
    4:00 pm to 7:00 pm ⏤ Five-Animal Play, Part 2

    Monday, Sept. 24, 2018
    Free

    Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2018
    9:00 am to 12:00 m ⏤ Wudang Kungfu, Part 1
    4:00 pm to 7:00 pm ⏤ Wudang Kungfu, Part 2

    Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2018
    9:00 am to 12:00 m ⏤ Wudang Kungfu, Part 3
    4:00 pm to 7:00 pm ⏤ Wudang Kungfu, Part 4

    Thursday, Sept. 27, 2018
    9:00 am to 12:00 m ⏤ Wudang Kungfu, Part 5
    4:00 pm to 7:00 pm ⏤ Wudang Kungfu, Part 6

    Note

    An essential condition is required to participate in this Course, and that is to defend and practice the Ten Shaolin Laws. Please read carefully and understand The Ten Shaolin Laws. Apply to courses will be taken as an indication that you have accepted this condition.

    Application

    • the name of the course or courses
    • your full name
    • your sex and age
    • your occupation
    • your e-mail address
    • your postal address
    • your telephone and fax numbers, if any
    • your health problems (briefly), if any
    Puerto Rico Autumnal Equinox Festival 2018 No Two Door | Gate of No Other Way The Ten Essentials in Wudang Kungfu Practice September 22-27, 2018 San Juan, Puerto Rico
    [/SIGPIC] Sifu Ángel Pérez
    Shaolin Wahnam Institute Puerto Rico


    "Life becomes more meaningful and beautiful as you work towards the realization of your own innate immortality."
    - Grandmaster Wong Kiew Kit

    "La vida se vuelve más significativa y hermosa según trabajas hacia la realización de tu propia innata inmortalidad."
    - Gran Maestro Wong Kiew Kit

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    • #3
      Dear family and friends,

      Greetings! I'm happy to announce venue for the upcoming Autumnal Equinox Festival 2018. It was challenging to say the least but also a great opportunity to apply our arts in negotiating and finding best suitable place for our courses. Courses will be held in the San Juan Yatch Club at San Juan Bay Marina.

      There is also a slight modification in the times on the program for the afternoon sessions which it's been moved one hour to fit our new venue schedule requirement. Bellow you will find all the updated information:

      Puerto Rico Autumnal Equinox Festival 2018
      No Two Door and The Ten Essetntials in Wudang Kungfu Practice
      September 22 - 27
      San Juan Yatch Club
      San Juan, Puerto Rico

      GENERATING ENERGY FLOW

      Generating an energy flow is the fundamental skill of chi kung. Without this skill, practitioners will not derive the wonderful benefits of chi kung, even when they may perform genuine chi kung techniques.

      Surprisingly, not many people know this fact. As a result, they may perform genuine chi kung techniques for years as external forms, but are still weak or sickly although two main purposes of chi kung training are to make them healthy and full of vitality.

      Practicing genuine chi kung will give good health, vitality and longevity, as well as peak performance and spiritual joys. Chi flow, or energy flow, is the essence of chi kung. It is chi flow, not the chi kung techniques, that gives the wonderful benefits of chi kung.

      Fee: $350

      DEVELOPING INTERNAL FORCE FOR PEAK PERFORMANCE

      In the intermediate level of chi kung, we focus on attaining peak performance, which can be accomplished by attaining mental clarity and internal force, besides being in a chi kung state of mind. How does this contribute to peak performance?

      The fundamental requirements in a chi kung state of mind are to be relaxed and to be focused. When a person is relaxed, he (or she) can have better result in whatever he does than when he is tensed. When a person is focused, he can have better result than when he is distracted. When a person is relaxed and focused at the same time, i.e. he is in a chi kung state of mind, his result in whatever he does is not just twice, but four times. The benefit is exponential.

      Similarly when a person's mind is clear, he will have better result. He will also have better result when he has internal force. Hence, because of exponential progression, by attending the Intensive Chi Kung Course and learning the intermediate level of chi kung, a person will attain peak performance in his daily life, as he is 16 times more efficient than if he had not attended the course!

      Fee: $350

      FIVE ANIMAL PLAY

      Five-Animal Play is a very famous set of chi kung exercise. The inventor, Hua Tuo, was a very famous physician and chi kung master. Even if there were no other benefits, knowing a famous art invented by a famous master is sufficient reason to learn it.

      But there are other benefits, more practical than merely having practiced a famous art invented by a famous master.

      Five-Animal Play was the seminal art for what is now called self-manifested chi movement. In other words, from what chi kung books and classics tell us, there were no external chi flow movements manifested from chi kung techniques before Five-

      Animal Play was invented. But since its invention and subsequent practice, practitioners manifested chi flow movements externally. Over centuries these outward chi flow movements became more and more vigorously, and today this type of chi kung practice has become a genre known as self-manifested chi movement.

      It is worthwhile to note that while chi flow manifested externally is common in our school, it is rare in all other schools except those schools that specially practice a genre of chi kung called self-manifested chi movement. These schools that specially practice self-manifested chi movement are uncommon. We do not specially call our type of chi kung, self-manifested chi movement or Five-Animal Play. We call our chi kung, Shaolin Cosmos Chi Kung, and self-manifested chi movement and Five-animal Play are two types of our extensive repertoire.

      When Five-Animal Play was popularly practiced in the past, it was more known for maintaining health and for curing diseases. Hua Tuo’s students who practiced Five-Animal Play were recorded to have strong teeth and sharp eyesight even at 90!

      We have, brought Five-Animal Play, or its modern equivalent, self-manifested chi flow, to a new higher level. While maintaining its excellent health promoting quality, we have used it to overcome so-called incurable diseases, a great benefit, not available in the past, or at least not highlighted as we do now.

      Fee: $600

      WUDANG KUNGFU

      Zhang San Feng gave ten essential points on the practice of Wudang Kungfu. Following these ten essentials is known literally as "No Two Door" which means the "Gate of No Other Way". Zhang San Feng emphasized that there were no other ways to practice Wudang Kungfu.

      The Ten Essentials in Wudang Kungfu Practice

      1. Empty your mind of all thoughts
      2. Do not tense any muscles
      3. Loosen your waist
      4. Principle of false-real
      5. Principle of sinking and pressing
      6. Using intention and not using strength
      7. Co-ordination of top and bottom
      8. Integration of internal and external
      9. One gentle, graceful flow without any break
      10. Movement in stillness, stillness in movement

      Wudang Kungfu courses, will include basic patterns, basic movements, developing internal force using the flow method (which is different from the course, Developing Internal Force for Peak Performance), exploding force, and combat applications.

      Fee: $1,000

      Special Discounts

      When applying for more than one Course you may take advantage of a special discount, depending on how many courses you want to take part in. Just follow the table bellow.

      $ 350 x 1 Course
      $ 600 x 2 Courses
      $ 700 x 3 Courses
      $ 800 x 4 Courses
      $ 900 x 5 Courses
      $ 1,000 x 6 Courses
      $ 1,100 x 7 Courses
      $ 1,200 x 8 Courses
      $ 1,300 x 9 Courses
      $ 1,400 x 10 Courses

      Participants from Puerto Rico may send courses fees via ATH Móvil to 787-314-9204 as well as via Paypal to sifuangel@gmail.com. Remember to specify name of Course or Courses when sending courses fees.

      Venue

      San Juan Yatch Club
      San Juan Bay Marina
      482 Manuel Fernández Juncos Ave.
      San Juan, Puerto Rico

      Program

      Saturday, Sept. 22, 2018
      9 am to 12 m ⏤ Generating Energy Flow
      3 pm to 6 pm ⏤ Developing Internal Force for Peak Performance

      Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018
      9 am to 12 m ⏤ Five-Animal Play, Part 1
      3 pm to 6 pm ⏤ Five-Animal Play, Part 2

      Monday, Sept. 24, 2018
      Free

      Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2018
      9 am to 12 m ⏤ Wudang Kungfu, Part 1
      3 pm to 6 pm ⏤ Wudang Kungfu, Part 2

      Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2018
      9 am to 12 m ⏤ Wudang Kungfu, Part 3
      3 pm to 6 pm ⏤ Wudang Kungfu, Part 4

      Thursday, Sept. 27, 2018
      9 am to 12 m ⏤ Wudang Kungfu, Part 5
      3 pm to 6 pm ⏤ Wudang Kungfu, Part 6

      Note

      An essential condition is required to participate in this Course, and that is to defend and practice the Ten Shaolin Laws. Please read carefully and understand The Ten Shaolin Laws. Apply to courses will be taken as an indication that you have accepted this condition.

      Application

      • the name of the course or courses
      • your full name
      • your sex and age
      • your occupation
      • your e-mail address
      • your postal address
      • your telephone and fax numbers, if any
      • your health problems (briefly), if any
      [/SIGPIC] Sifu Ángel Pérez
      Shaolin Wahnam Institute Puerto Rico


      "Life becomes more meaningful and beautiful as you work towards the realization of your own innate immortality."
      - Grandmaster Wong Kiew Kit

      "La vida se vuelve más significativa y hermosa según trabajas hacia la realización de tu propia innata inmortalidad."
      - Gran Maestro Wong Kiew Kit

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      • #4
        Dear Angel,

        The Puerto Rico Autumnal Equinox Festival 2018 is almost upon us!

        I wish Sifu, you and all course participants a wonderful and marvelous time during the course. May all benefit immensely from Sifu and your effort in bringing this course to reality.

        With Shaolin Salute,
        Lee Wei Joo
        http://shaolinwahnammalaysia.com/

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