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Shaolin Temple Traditional Kung Fu

15257 Display Court, Rockville

$39.50 for Five Kung-Fu Classes at Shaolin Temple Traditional Kung Fu ($125 Value)

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Experienced Shaolin temple warrior monk teaches classes in Shaolin kung-fu, sparring, qi gong, and Zen buddhism for adults and kids

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1 ratings1 reviews
July 19, 2021
The teacher is great and supportive. The people there are fun and nice. I will continue to go to class!
1 ratings1 reviews
June 30, 2021
Wonderful instructor that took time for each child. Very knowledgeable and fun!
2 ratings1 reviews
June 27, 2021
Very professional
1 ratings1 reviews
May 25, 2021
We liked it!
8 ratings3 reviews
December 15, 2020
My son really enjoyed the experience, the instructor wasvery friendly and professional.
3 ratings2 reviews
February 1, 2020
Very good class, very good instructor.
1 ratings1 reviews
August 30, 2019
Excellent introduction class! The head instructor does not have much flowery words but his kind and gentle demeanor and especially his structure and movement say it all. I do feel the spirit of the Authentic Shaolin Gung Fu from the original temple in China while taking the class! I would recommend to anyone who cannot travel to China and want to have an experiential knowledge of Shaolin Gung Fu here in Bethesda!
1 ratings1 reviews
August 16, 2019
Excellent instruction, great workout. Looking forward to learning more!
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About This Deal

The Deal

Chi: A River Runs Through You

Holistic treatments such as acupuncture work with something even the strongest microscope can’t see: life energy. Check out Groupon’s report on the mysterious but vital force known as chi.

Rooted in the ancient philosophy of Taoism, Chinese medicine states that a force flows through all life, unifying and connecting everything in the universe. This energy, known as chi, reflects the classic Taoist principle of yin and yang: an imbalance of chi ignites chaos, whereas a harmonious flow yields peace. According to traditional beliefs, the human body is a microcosm of the universe at large, and chi is its cosmic matter—invisible, even imperceptible, yet constantly flowing through the organs, muscles, and tissues via a series of pathways called meridians. As humans, we are born with an existing pool of chi and must spend our lives enriching and sustaining it through experiences such as good food, positive emotions, and social and sexual interaction. Succumbing to negativity or vice, however, causes us to lose the fragile energy and dam up its healthy flow along the meridians, an imbalance that treatments such as acupuncture or herbal medicine seek to rectify.

Scientists have found little, if any, empirical evidence of chi’s existence, but its widespread acceptance by Eastern cultures and holistic professionals throughout the world makes it hard to dismiss. Some scholars have suggested that modern science and Chinese medicine may not be so disparate; both involve opposing forces and notions of cause and effect, though science, of course, limits its scope to the physical world. To that effect, a 2010 study published in PLOS One has already made one physical connection: bands of collagenous tissue present less opposition to the flow of electricity than other areas of the body, and these bands underlie some of the meridians that channel chi through the body. The findings raise the possibility that bioelectricity may in fact be empirical evidence of chi, or even a result of it.

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Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Must sign waiver. Reservation required. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Must attend 2 classes per week. Cannot be combined with any other offer. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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