Specializing Traditional Shaolin Arts (Gong Fu, Qi Gong, San Shou (kickboxing), Meditation).
Helping others reach their goals, and sharing traditional Shaolin Arts.
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I came to Sifu for Traditional Shaolin training , not wushu style, which is hard to find in regular popular Kung Fu schools. I desired a Shaolin Temple monks type of training and discipline. I'm thankful to find Sifu and be provided with what I was looking for in a genuine manner, and learned so much more. I would recommend Sifu Djuan to anyone looking for traditional Shaolin in a focused, intimate and genuine program. I have taken my years of study with Sifu Djuan further in my life to becoming a QiGong teacher and Sanda coach. I am forever thankful honored to share the teachings!
I started training with Sifu Djuan, in highschool 15 years ago , and everything I learned then served me well on my journey in combat sports.
Great time! always break a sweat and take it up a notch further than before! always positive, pro active energy!
Paced teaching based on students individual, unique characteristics and experience.
Some of the points to think about beforehand are:
· Sports experience & history: This can be your own personal experience, or family heritage and history in sports.
· Dietary plans/changes: for shedding or adding pounds and being healthier all around.
· Areas of the body you want to focus on: like arm strength, knee mobility, or leg shape. (for example)
· Past challenges: like wanting to be able lift a certain amount of weight, run a certain distance, do the splits, or punch a speed bag fast like a boxer. (for example)
· Real Combat training: for pro or semi pro fight interests.
What specifically, do you want from Martial Arts?
20 years of experience with Shaolin Arts.
Based on students financial ability.
As an apprentice under my master, taking my first official personal student who became a disciple as well, at the age of 18.
All walks of life, size and age, and experience level. From young children to the elderly. From novice fighters to professional fighters. People with no experience in martial arts, to those with more years experience than myself in martial arts.
Being invited to study at The Shaolin Kung Fu Zen seminar by Shaolin monks, masters and disciplies visiting here in the Bay Area. Having an open invitation with them is an honor.
Feel it out and make sure the teacher fits EXACTLY what you are looking for, because learning Kung Fu, or similar arts requires a high level of commitment to the art and the teacher.
What they want to learn, and have a clear understanding of why, or how they want to apply what they learn. They should also understand that learning arts of this nature is a proccess, and they should assk themselves are they willing to go through the process to master the art of thier choice.