Shaolin Temple Martial Arts and Cultural Centre GB   -Wellbeing For All
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'Martial arts: a holistic journey towards Wellbeing'  
Martial arts is much more than mere physical exercise; it's a holistic journey towards wellbeing. It harmoniously integrates the body, mind, and spirit, offering a transformative experience that goes beyond the physical realm. Through disciplined training, practitioners develop not only strength and agility but also mental resilience, inner peace, and a deeper understanding of themselves and the world around them. Martial arts cultivates balance and harmony, promoting overall health and wellbeing that transcends the limits of conventional exercise.

 Unfortunately not everyone has access or knows of the benefits of our activities. Our style is a unique blend of competitive Shaolin kungfu -wushu ( acrobatic kungfu) - Taichi-Qigong- Sanda and qinda ( kickboxing) shaolin stretching , self-defence. Calm or high intensity, internal or external contact( sparring) or non contact ( forms) there is something for everyone, and it all aims to make you feel good and learn some amazing skills to get you active and benefit your wellbeing.You are never too old to start learning!

We want to understand the barriers that stop you from accessing our activities, and help you take the first step towards Wellbeing through what we know best- Martial Arts 
How often do you exercise in a week? *

Q1. what are the challenges you are currently facing
Q2.What stops you from accessing activities

Q3. what would help you the most

Q4. From the scale of 1-5 How aware are you of the benefits of chinese martial arts ( wushu, kungfu, taichi & Qigong , sanda & Qinda) and the positive effect to a holistic wellbeing?
not aware at all
very aware
Q5. Is there anything else you would like to add about the challenges you face,or support you feel that would help you the most from our activities.
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