Kung fu training for beginners & advanced learners

Basic of Tibetan Kung Fu (Beginner):

  • Level I – Basic: Reflexes, Footwork, Arm and Leg techniques.

Advanced of Tibetan Kung Fu:

  • Level II: Reflexes, 4 directions, Stick and Double sword.
  • Level III: Weapons: Stick, Double sword, Free fight, 4 directions.

High Level of Tibetan Kung Fu:

  • Level IV – Fighting styles
  • Level V – Footwork patterns
  • Level VI – Power Chi
  • Level VII – High Power Chi

Teacher Training Tibetan Kung Fu 300 hour curriculum

Level I – Basic: Reflexes, Footwork, Arm and Leg techniques
Kung Fu Training for Beginners & Advanced learners
10 hours modules

  • Respect for the teacher
  • Concentration
  • Breathing exercises
  • 7 Fist forms
  • Footwork ( Horse Step)
  • Front kick
  • Round kick
  • Side kick
  • Tibetan Walk
  • Punch with footwork step, back step with double block
  • Punch with footwork step, turn, back step with round block
  • Tibetan Walk – applications
    • Block punches with Tibetan step
    • Block round kicks with Tibetan step
  • directions – block, step, punch
  • directions – block, step, punch, sidekick
  • Dragon style (applications)
    • Footwork, step forward and backwards
    • Stepping backwards and blocking – straight punches, kicks, mixed attacks
  • Memorize the exercises, learn how to use the applications
  • Test over the exercises
  • The teacher decides if the student can proceed to the next level

Level II – : Reflexes, 4 directions, Stick and Double sword
10 hours modules

  • 3 – direction – block, step, punch, double side kicks
  • 4 direction form
  • Basic in 4 directions
    • Tibetan Walk
    • 3 – direction – block, step, punch
    • 3 – direction – block, step, punch, double side kicks
  • Dragon style ( applications)
    • Step backwards and block? mixed punches
    • Step backwards and block ? punches and kicks
    • Dragon stance moving backwards and blocking
  • Create a fighting scenario ( including back kick )
  • Stick – basic exercises
    • 1st form – application
    • 2nd form
  • Double sword basics
  • -Defense against High attack/Deep attack/ Mixed attack
  • Applications in 1/2 (4) directions
  • Breathing exercise (Tan tien) – 1st step Qi Gong
  • Know how to block attacks
  • Test over the exercises
  • Teacher decides if the student can proceed to the next level

Level III – Weapons: Stick, Double sword, Free fight, 4 directions
10 hours modules

  • Kicks in 4 directions
  • Applications in 4 directions
  • Dragon style
  • -Free fight against one opponent
  • Stick
    • 2nd form and application
    • 3rd form and application
    • All forms – applications – meditation (free fight)
  • Double sword
    • Defense against mixed attacks (fighting stance)
    • Blocks, counter attacks, footwork
    • Forms – applications – meditation (free fight)
  • Leg block techniques
  • Memorize counter attacks
  • Breathing exercise – 2nd step Qi Gong
  • Understand how to control your breath
  • Correct performance and understanding of the techniques
  • Test over the exercises
  • Teacher decides if the student can proceed to the next level

Level IV – fighting styles

  • For each style we cover
    • Form
    • Application
    • Meditation
  • Dragon style
  • Tiger style
  • Snake style
  • Crane style
  • Eagle style
  • Drunken style
  • Kherliang family style
  • Single sword
  • Short fist power
  • The Saint
  • The Foot power
  • Maa Chi Umoi

Level V – Footwork patterns

  • 3 Footwork
  • 5 Footwork
  • 9 Footwork
  • 12 Footwork
  • 17 Footwork
  • 21 Footwork
  • For each Footwork pattern we cover
    • Form
    • Application
    • Meditation
  • Each Footwork will be practiced
    • Without weapons
    • With shorts/ long stick
    • With double swords

Teacher Training Tibetan Kung Fu
300 Hours Curriculum

This is a comprehensive program designed for those who wish to become a professional Kung Fu Trainer. It covers all forms of the Kherliang Family Kung Fu. Training includes form, Application, Meditation, fighting and weapons.

  • Level I-III (3 months) must be successfully completed
  • Total of 300 hours of training and practice with master
  • 5 months / 5 days per week / 2 hours per day / Monday-Friday
  • Interim Examination
  • You will be tested on your teaching skills
  • Student can acquire a new grade every one to three months (for belt)
  • There is a final exam
  • Upon completion of the program, you will receive a certificate “Tibetan Kung Fu Teacher – 300 hours”

700 Hours Curriculum

  • Students must practice on their own700 hours (1 year/ 2 hours per day)
  • They will be tested following their training
  • Upon completion of the program, you will receive a certificate “Tibetan Kung Fu Teacher – 700 hours”

 

Membership Teacher Training:

Students of Kung-Fu Chiang Mai can only succeed, practice and teach in the name of Kherliang’s family if they honor the culture of the God Master and the Master. Students must believe the God Master and the Master. They must respect their mothers and fathers and everyone who has ever supported the student in life and practice.

All students of Kherliang’s family are tested to confirm these rules, who have successfully passed all tests and who honor the culture are fully supported by Kherliang’s family.

Only these students are authorized to teach in the name of Kherliang’s family and the God Master.

The senior of Tibetan Kung Fu:

Jurg Rotmann Switzerland, Zurich
Vicente Garcia Spain
Dietmar Schneider Germany
Pasoapchai chaisiri Thailand
Thawon Sirisutidacha Thailand

Program Teacher Training Tibetan Kung Fu Level:

Bryan Clifftion Fernandez U.S.A.
Michel Agneray France
Scharer Pascal Claude Switzerland
Tim Robin England
Jan Luijten Netherland
Dominique Côté Canada

Program Teacher Training Tai Chi Chuan Level:

Julie L.Hastings U.S.A
Bettina Werther Germany
Navan Chetty South Africa
Stephen Charke Scotland
Edward Arnold U.S.A.

Program Teacher Training Tibetan Kung fu and Tai Chi 300 hours curricula:

Christophe Oudot France
Daniela Mauri Italian
Benjamin Coulon France
Rolf Zachau Germany
Lawrance Moore USA
Stefanie Bollmann Germany