Local & Regional Partners

Warrior’s Path recognizes the complexity of Shaolin Kung Fu, Taiji, Qigong and Zen Meditation study. We collaborate with other practitioners and facilities to utilize their wealth of experience and to offer practice to a wide cross-section of people.

Ancient Dragon Zen Gate

is a Soto Zen Buddhist Temple leading weekly meditation programs along with extended meditation retreats steeped in Zen Buddhist Temple services and practices.

HealthKick Kung Fu

is a Shaolin martial arts program for adults, teens and children. The curriculum focuses on the physical fitness and practical defense of Shaolin training, and explores the deeper spirituality that is believed to lie underneath its physicality.

Jade Fortress Shaolin Kung Fu Academy

is a Chinese martial arts academic center for all ages with an emphasis on Shaolin Kung Fu and its Buddhist heritage.

MeiHua Bei Shaolin Institute

is a Meihua Shaolin martial arts program for adults, teens and children. The curriculum focuses on the physical fitness, practical defense and internal development of martial arts training.

Ohio Wushu Academy

specializes in teaching Contemporary Wushu, Traditional Kung Fu, and Tai Chi for building self-discipline, confidence, athleticism, and a healthy lifestyle.

Taiji In Chicago

teaches Taiji, exploring individual conscious perfection through physical immersion, internal investigation, and connectedness to your environment.

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Ohio Wushu Academy
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Bei Shaolin Meihua Institute
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HealthKick Kung Fu
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Ancient Dragon Zen Gate
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Jade Fortress Shaolin Kung Fu Academy
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Taiji In Chicago

Mission

To support the practice of Shaolin Kung Fu, Taiji, Qigong and Zen Meditation for everyone, without obstacles, through financial assistance and instructional programming.

Vision

That people of all ages, ethnicities, and religious backgrounds achieve their full human potential through these practices. By doing so, we create a diverse and inclusive training environment that reflects a harmonious society.

Inclusivity

While we study the philosophy and martial arts of Shaolin Chan, Daoist and Soto Zen Buddhist teachings to guide our implementation, people of all faiths are welcomed. We instruct individuals with very diverse backgrounds. We do not persuade students to change their belief systems. We encourage conversation about the relevancy of these practices to all belief systems and ways of life.