New Students are invited to read through our Frequently Asked Questions before enrolling

Booking is required to access our classes. You can reserve your place by contacting us via SMS (+61416453936), mail or Facebook. Students can decide to purchase a Pass-Card for membership formulas: this will give them access to discounted prices.
Minimum age for enrolling: 13 years old. Shaolin martial arts are a complete way of living: differently to other Martial Styles, our aim is to teach you to master your body and mind by training all aspects contributing at making a combatant strong and confident under all circumstances.
You can have an idea of the Academy fees by clicking here. There are no enrollment fees and purchasing our recommended shoes and other training gear is totally up to you. We don't offer free-trial lessons.
Admittance into advanced styles, forms or weapons is dependent on your experience. Whatever your style is (Aikido, Karate, Judo, Brazilian Jujitsu, MMA or other), you might be taught advanced skills according to your level. Feel free to bring your certificates the first time you come to our Dojo!
If you choose to attend our main two-classes-a-week Shaolin routine, please note that training will follow an eight-class training cycle: this means you will attend two classes per week, spread in a four week program, for a total of eight challenging classes. Each class is different and progressive: it can be basics, it can be acrobatics, kick boxing, self defense, weapons and many others (you can discover more about our classes by clicking here).
Our mission is to provide the most genuine and Shaolin-temple-like preparation to our Students. However, to ensure all Athletes are given an enjoyable training experience, and in order to avoid over-training, our teaching style is set to a basic-level for the first academic year. This, of course, won't limit your training experience if your goal is to challenge yourself and to get the best from the class!
Yes, our timetable offers other classes like Shaolin Bootcamp, Baji quan,Taiji quan, Qigong, and are suitable for people who don't like the intense and demanding Shaolin Training.
Yes: you can visit our technical website Martial Arts Explained where you can find inspirational videos, tips and tricks for your Martial training: check this out
You are invited to bring water (you can get free extra water during training), a towel and - most important - running shoes: we use running shoes during warmup only, and then switch to more confortable shoes for the rest of our training session.
Yes. For all Kick Boxing / Sparring questions, please navigate here.
Yes, sure. However, video-recording our classes is strictly prohibited due to a commercial and privacy-related point of view.