Chinese Shaolin Ctr

★★★☆☆
  • 7050 Jimmy Carter Blvd Ste 209T

    Norcross, GA 30092

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  • 770-409-4039

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I would disregard these negative reviews. I have been a student at this school for 18 years. I have been to China twice, Chinese Wu Shu is not the original Shaolin Martial Arts. The last Grand Master Practioner of the Fukein Temple

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★★★★★

I would disregard these negative reviews. I have been a student at this school for 18 years. I have been to China twice, Chinese Wu Shu is not the original Shaolin Martial Arts. The last Grand Master Practioner of the Fukein Temple

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I never knew this schools has more than one location...My friend took me to one in highlands area before and it is really bad.

I am from China and I have seen these real shaolin kongfu before...and this is NOT it! It looks not even like the chinese marshal arts at all.

These fellows wear the tai kwong do outfits in barefoot and do strange movements that is not reall chinese kongfu.

I wrote a review on the highlands location and then these ad came up. I am so surprised that they have so many school and yet they tricks the public!

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★☆☆☆☆

I never knew this schools has more than one location...My friend took me to one in highlands area before and it is really bad.

I am from China and I have seen these real shaolin kongfu before...and this is NOT it! It looks not even like the chinese marshal arts at all.

These fellows wear the tai kwong do outfits in barefoot and do strange movements that is not reall chinese kongfu.

I wrote a review on the highlands location and then these ad came up. I am so surprised that they have so many school and yet they tricks the public!

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Being Chinese, I was searching for traditional Chinese shaolin kung fu back in the nineties. Seeing their sign on their school, I was ecstatic! But, like an idiot, I didn't go watch a class first. I went in, asked questions and signed their contract and laid out a lot of cash.

I showed up to my first lesson and first noticed that everyone was wearing Karate Gis and barefoot, and that threw me off. I assumed there was a Karate class sharing space at the school, but to my dismay - no, this was the supposed shaolin kung fu.

To their credit, the friendly instructors there do give you a great fitness challenge, but the things they teach you....Well, let's just say it is not shaolin kung fu. I don't even know what it is but it was not for me at all.

Unfortunately because of the contract I had to keep paying, but I quit taking the classes very early on before the contract was done.

Since then I went on to visit other schools in Atlanta (I now live in Florida) and found that there were other lesser-known but much better quality out there in Atlanta.

In my opinion - if you really want real kung fu, keep looking. (Gosh I hate posting bad reviews :(

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★☆☆☆☆

Being Chinese, I was searching for traditional Chinese shaolin kung fu back in the nineties. Seeing their sign on their school, I was ecstatic! But, like an idiot, I didn't go watch a class first. I went in, asked questions and signed their contract and laid out a lot of cash.

I showed up to my first lesson and first noticed that everyone was wearing Karate Gis and barefoot, and that threw me off. I assumed there was a Karate class sharing space at the school, but to my dismay - no, this was the supposed shaolin kung fu.

To their credit, the friendly instructors there do give you a great fitness challenge, but the things they teach you....Well, let's just say it is not shaolin kung fu. I don't even know what it is but it was not for me at all.

Unfortunately because of the contract I had to keep paying, but I quit taking the classes very early on before the contract was done.

Since then I went on to visit other schools in Atlanta (I now live in Florida) and found that there were other lesser-known but much better quality out there in Atlanta.

In my opinion - if you really want real kung fu, keep looking. (Gosh I hate posting bad reviews :(

Pros: Fitness

Cons: Lots of things...

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I must say that I got a pretty great workout with them.

I spent way too much money here for 6 months and was more than disappointed to say the least. They're way over-priced and after learning more on the internet about Chinese martial arts I realized that they were not teaching what they claimed to be. Yeah, I figured out these guys were teaching a mish-mash.

Bottom line is if you're looking for a friendly encouraging place to get in shape with a martial arts bent - get on it; if you're looking for chinese martial arts, look elsewhere.

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★★★☆☆

I must say that I got a pretty great workout with them.

I spent way too much money here for 6 months and was more than disappointed to say the least. They're way over-priced and after learning more on the internet about Chinese martial arts I realized that they were not teaching what they claimed to be. Yeah, I figured out these guys were teaching a mish-mash.

Bottom line is if you're looking for a friendly encouraging place to get in shape with a martial arts bent - get on it; if you're looking for chinese martial arts, look elsewhere.

Pros: Great workout

Cons: Overpriced and not shaolin nor Chinese martial arts at all

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I must say that I got a pretty great workout with them.

I spent way too much money here for 6 months and was more than disappointed to say the least. They're way over-priced and after learning more on the internet about Chinese martial arts I realized that they were not teaching what they claimed to be. Yeah, I figured out these guys were teaching a mish-mash.

Bottom line is if you're looking for a friendly encouraging place to get in shape with a martial arts bent - get on it; if you're looking for chinese martial arts, look elsewhere.

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★★★☆☆

I must say that I got a pretty great workout with them.

I spent way too much money here for 6 months and was more than disappointed to say the least. They're way over-priced and after learning more on the internet about Chinese martial arts I realized that they were not teaching what they claimed to be. Yeah, I figured out these guys were teaching a mish-mash.

Bottom line is if you're looking for a friendly encouraging place to get in shape with a martial arts bent - get on it; if you're looking for chinese martial arts, look elsewhere.

Pros: Great workout

Cons: Overpriced and not shaolin nor Chinese martial arts at all

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Some other great schools....

1.) Liu International Shaolin Institute

2.) Eagle Claw Kung Fu

3.) Chien Hong School of Kung Fu

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★★☆☆☆

Some other great schools....

1.) Liu International Shaolin Institute

2.) Eagle Claw Kung Fu

3.) Chien Hong School of Kung Fu

Pros: A Great Workout

Cons: Not The Purest Shaolin Kung Fu....

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The Chinese Shaolin Center's Kung Fu program is the best thing I have ever done for myself. Without it, I'd probably be a weak, nerdy kid. Thanks to the Chinese Shaolin Center, I'm a strong and confident nerdy kid! They teach authentic Shaolin style martial arts, and the exercises add to the fitness aspect of the program. The instructors are great people, and are all very skilled and happy to teach students. The internal arts program is very well developed, as well. There is a great youth program for children ages 5-11, which teaches the same material as in the adult classes, but it is taught at a MUCH slower pace, and expectations are lower. The enormous body of material, health aspects, and great programs make this an excellent place to learn to defend yourself, get in shape, or have some fun with pointy objects! (As there are many varied weapons taught in addition to the empty hand curriculum.)

PROS: Safe environment, very serious injuries are rare, excellent instructors, au
CONS: In a rather bad part of town...

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★★★★★

The Chinese Shaolin Center's Kung Fu program is the best thing I have ever done for myself. Without it, I'd probably be a weak, nerdy kid. Thanks to the Chinese Shaolin Center, I'm a strong and confident nerdy kid! They teach authentic Shaolin style martial arts, and the exercises add to the fitness aspect of the program. The instructors are great people, and are all very skilled and happy to teach students. The internal arts program is very well developed, as well. There is a great youth program for children ages 5-11, which teaches the same material as in the adult classes, but it is taught at a MUCH slower pace, and expectations are lower. The enormous body of material, health aspects, and great programs make this an excellent place to learn to defend yourself, get in shape, or have some fun with pointy objects! (As there are many varied weapons taught in addition to the empty hand curriculum.)

PROS: Safe environment, very serious injuries are rare, excellent instructors, au
CONS: In a rather bad part of town...

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Very traditional, very unique, focused yet laid back atmosphere... the instructors are very encouraging and helpful - no ego (a rarity in martial arts)

The kung fu is very classical meaning that it's not for showiness. The curriculum is very comprehensive and challenging.

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★★★★★

Very traditional, very unique, focused yet laid back atmosphere... the instructors are very encouraging and helpful - no ego (a rarity in martial arts)

The kung fu is very classical meaning that it's not for showiness. The curriculum is very comprehensive and challenging.

 

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