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Shaolin Warrior Program

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Pai, Mae Hong Son, Thailand

  • Activities

    Kung Fu Retreat

  • Price
    Custom Price
  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

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  • Price Includes

    Accommodation, food, training

  • Notes

    1-Week Stay Private Room $639 USD Shared Room $399 2-Week Stay Private Room $1150 Shared Room $718 1-Month Stay Private Room $2160 Shared Room $1350

Highlights

  • Enjoy this standard training package, covering all of the Shaolin arts in our beautiful Thailand location.
  • Choose the dates of your stay and make it as long or as short as you like.
  • Learn from the best international masters as all teachers are long term members of Nam Yang and teach the same arts.
  • Quality food, comfortable living quarters, a friendly environment, and topnotch training facilities.
  • Expect to: Significantly enhance the flow of Chi (energy) in your body. Feel a great deal more confident and able to handle confrontations effectively. Experience a weight adjustment and flexibility.

Guide

Trip Info

Take part in one of the most popular courses at this mountain kung fu retreat. It is recommended to anyone considering training here. The program has been refined and developed over the years, as it comprises of the best elements of Chinese Kung Fu, Chi Kung and meditation in a way, which has proved to give our students just what they want.

This program is designed get Kung Fu beginners off to a strong start from day one. For those with experience, it is still the best choice although we will push you ahead faster. It is a balanced mix of the different arts that we teach. It runs five days a week with Wednesdays and Saturdays as rest days. These days are ideal for exploring the local area.

We recommend this to be the basic course of study for everyone except those wanting to train as Kung Fu instructors. This can be added with our Intensive Introductory course.

Reviews

  1. 5 out of 5

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    There was a time when Thailand would spring to mind adventure and spiritual discovery. Now, you’re more likely to be flooded with images of 18 year olds face down in their own sick at a full moon party or sunburned families taking full glutinous value out of their all inclusive packages in their beach front resort. Sadly, the mystery of the raw Thai islands are long gone. Don’t fret, what the South of Thailand lacks, the North of Thailand makes up in abundance. So where does one head when in search of said spiritual discover and adventure? Nam Yang Kung Fu Retreat in Pai.

    When we were searching for an escape from the relentless pace of professional life in London we were attracted to the selling points of the retreat; stay in bamboo huts on a hilltop retreat in the middle of jungle mountain town, eat homemade Thai food all day, clear the head with some meditation and kung fu, then go explore the obscene amount of waterfalls and jungle trails nearby. Sold.

    Nam Yang was everything we wanted. In fact, it actually caters for anyone looking to get some rest or detox all the way to aspiring Kung Fu masters. We met people stay for a week and some that had been there for 6 months. We could have stayed that long too if we didn’t have life calling us back. You wake up at the crack of dawn with Qi Gung/Thai Chi and meditation overlooking the rolling hills of Northen Thailand. After a tea break you crack on with a bit of kung fu before breakfast is ready made by the lovely thai cooks. After a little break you get back down to the practice area for some more kung fu, sparring and even some weapons training. On some days they might squeeze in a third session. Doing this all day everyday apart from Saturday and Wednesday gets you feeling something. You feel a whole new link between body and mind. It a feeling that doesn’t really come naturally to Westerners. You manage your thoughts better. See things within that you never allowed yourself the time to do. You just generally feel better physically and mentally. Its a holiday that you don’t need a day to recover from when before you get to work. So next time you need a holiday, look for relaxation here instead of the usual booze-fueled rager (although they are fun once in a while).

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