Grand Master Xu DeZheng (Shi Fu David)
Grand Master Xu DeZheng entered the Shaolin Monastery at the age of 7 to train in the ancient traditions and mysteries of Shaolin. He is the disciple of the 31st generation Shaolin monk Grand Master Deren. Grand Master Xu’s buddhistic name is Shi Xing Sheng and he is a 32nd generation Shaolin monk.
At 20 years old Grand Master Xu completed his training at the Shaolin Monastery and continued his formal education at WuHan Sports University where he expanded his knowledge by studying Tai Chi, Qi Gong and Tae Kwon Do. Upon graduation Grand Master Xu was recruited by WuHan Sports University where he was professor for 7 years.
Today, Grand Master Xu is the honorary Chairman of the China Shaolin Temple Disciples’ Association. In total, he has over 15 years of teaching experience.
Grand Master Yan HongJie (Shi Fu Grace)
Grand Master Yan began training at age 7 and became a professional athlete at age 13 for the Chinese National Team where she won many medals in National Martial Arts competitions throughout China.
In 1997 Master Yan completed her Degree in Physical Education at the WuHan Sports University in China. She has over 11 years of experience teaching martial arts with over fifteen professional research publications in various professional journals.
Master Ming is a 32nd generation Shaolin disciple (Shi Xing Yon), his Shifu is the Shaolin 31st generation monk Shi De Yan. Master Ming has practiced free form Shaolin Kung Fu since he was seven years old. His speciality is in the Shao Lin Staff and all Northern Style Sword forms. Master Ming entered the Shaolin Temple for one year of intensive training and is continuing his studies and training with Grand Master Xu.