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Kung Fu Zen - Beijing School

School Features:

1. Escape the noisy city and hide yourself away in a village at the foot of the mountain of suburb Beijing.
2. Experience the essence of traditional Kung fu while pursuing your inner peace through Zen meditation.
3. Inspire your innate wisdom through the study of ancient Chinese philosophy (Classics of Confucianism, Taoism, and Buddhism).
4. Kung Fu Zen Garden Retreat, an internationally renowned organization for traditional Chinese Kung Fu and Zen Practice, dedicated to the promotion of traditional Chinese culture through Kung Fu and Zen Practice.



School Introducation

Kung Fu Zen Garden Retreat is an internationally renowned organization for traditional Chinese Kung Fu and Zen Practice. The school is dedicated to the promotion of our traditional Chinese culture and treatment for wellbeing.

Kung Fu Zen privates the most effective teachings to achieve physical and spiritual wellbeing to the highest level. The Academy is actively preserving and promoting Chinese Martial Arts as well as our spiritual heritage, using traditional Kung Fu as vehicle and Zen philosophy as foundation. Kung Fu Zen Garden Retreat creates a unique and systematic approach to cultivating the body and mind, improving health and learning self-defense.



Kung Fu Zen Garden Retreat is situated in the foothills of Yan Mountain in Chang Ping District of Beijing. It is surrounded by beautiful mountain views and tranquil orchards. Many famous and highly respected media personnel, film stars, artists, musicians choose to live around this area for its beautiful scenery and cultural influence. Our center is located in a quadruple courtyard building with traditional Chinese décor, providing a tranquil and peaceful environment to enrich body and mind.

Teachers and Masters in Brief

Miss Lee

Naomi Lee is the founder of the concept of “Kung Fu Zen” She is a passionate Kung Fu enthusiast and an expert on travel in China. Naomi has been researching and practicing Kung Fu for many years with Kung Fu masters and enjoys experiencing the true nature of traditional Chinese Kung Fu. She also practices Zen in her daily life and meditates regularly. Her expertise in Kung Fu philosophy means she has a deep understanding of the balance, harmony and nature of Kung Fu and Zen. With this understanding, she recognized the importance to bring together traditional Chinese Kung Fu with Zen and dedicated her life to fuse both these elements of traditional China together.


Master Xing
Xingxi was born in 1980 in Hubei Province. He learnt Shaolin Kung Fu from the honorable Shaolin Master Shi Dejian at the age of 16. Master Shi Dejian accepted Xingxi as a secular disciple, quickly standing out and becoming Shifu’s most trusted student. From 1998 to 2007 Xingxi studied under his master at San Huang Zhai monastery.  Xingxi left the monastery in 2008 and now looks to integrate traditional Kung Fu into modern combat competitions to demonstrate the value of the origins of Chinese Kung Fu.

Master Zhang
Zhang Weifeng was born in a martial arts family, and learned kung fu from his father at a young age. He is proficient in many kung fu styles including Bagua, Hsinyi, Wudang sword etc. He learned and practiced hard in the Wudang mountains for more than 7 years. He then turned to the Shaolin temple to learn traditional Kung Fu under the Wu Gulun lineage of Shaolin. In 2011, Mr Wangqi took him as his disciple and intensively taught him the Sanhuang Paochui as well as traditional combat skills and Tai chi Push Hand.


Master Wang
Paul Wang, a learned master, is now teaching meditation, 'internal' calligraphy and mindfulness Tai Chi at the live Zen centre in Beijing. He is fluent in Chinese and English and also teaches traditional Chinese Philosophy on international programs at Capital Normal University and the Institute of Education. Paul has taught international students for over 10 years and his areas of expertise include the principal classics of Confucius and Laozi, and the three disciples of Buddhist meditation. Through his studies he has developed a set of practical methods on meditation by combining these three systems.




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