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China Kung Fu Training

Rising Dragon Martial Arts School extends a warm invitation for you to partake in its martial arts training program, fostering an inclusive environment that transcends cultural, social, and personal boundaries. Embracing a sense of community, the school encourages students to forge meaningful connections within a compassionate and supportive setting. As participants embark on their training journey, they not only gain valuable martial arts skills but also embark on a profound exploration of self-awareness, cultivating inner peace and a profound sense of self-value and empathy for the world and those around them. Don't miss the opportunity to discover this transformative experience firsthand by enrolling with Rising Dragon Martial Arts today.


  • Approximately 6 hours of training per day
  • Martial arts training every Monday to Friday
  • Have a transformative path to wellness through Kung Fu and fitness
  • Empower your body and mind
  • Daily breakfast, lunch, and dinner will be provided
  • 20 nights accommodation


  • Anfänger

15 Tage Unterricht auf Englisch
Der Veranstalter spricht auch: Chinesisch (Mandarin)
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All of the rooms occupy two people and have a TV, Wi-Fi, and an en-suite bathroom with western-style toilets. The school offers spacious and comfortable rooms, with a maximum occupancy of two people per room. However, if you prefer to have a private room, they can arrange this for an additional cost of 40 GBP per week. You can rest assured that you won't be crammed into a small space with multiple other students at RDS!

Rules and regulations

The following rules are universal and apply at all RDS training facilities and retreats.

  • Theft will never be tolerated, no excuses will be entertained you will be ejected immediately without recourse or refund.
  • The school has a no-drug policy; any breaches and you will be ejected forthwith.
  • Alcohol and gambling are forbidden on school premises!
  • Bullying is absolutely forbidden - If a student is lacking in confidence or not as advanced as yourself then you should help them, NOT mock them. This will be seen as bullying or intimidation and will not be tolerated.
  • No bad language will be tolerated during classes or towards and around staff members.
  • Your personal hygiene is vital and lack of this shows a lack of self-esteem and no consideration for your fellow pupils.
  • Fingernails and toenails must be kept short; ignoring this rule can cause injuries.
  • You are not allowed to wear jewelry or make-up during classes.
  • Do not gossip, spread negativity, or say anything about anyone that you are unwilling to say to their face! These are traits of a weak-minded person, if you are causing a disturbance in the camp you will be ejected!
  • You must keep your room, your space, and your school clean and tidy, you disrespect yourself and others by not doing so.
  • All students must attend all training sessions and not be late, failure to do so shows an unwillingness to learn and disrespect to your teacher. (Exceptions will be made for injury/illness, however, unless you are bedridden you have to show up to every lineup in order to be excused from class!)
  • If you wish to leave a lesson for the toilet, etc permission must be asked from your teacher.
  • You must follow your teacher's instructions at all times and have a serious attitude towards your training.

There will be no favorites or prima donnas, if you think you cannot bend your will to the ethos of the school then please do not apply. Rules are made to be kept and if kept, will ensure total harmony.


Daily schedule

At Rising Dragon School, they're all about pushing your limits and reaching your full potential. The intensive Kung Fu training program runs six hours per day, with rest and free time on weekends. You'll need to be up early to join, as the training starts promptly at 5:30 a.m. Rise and shine, warriors!

Don't worry about your age or experience level - they've got you covered. Regardless of which style you're practicing, the 5:30 a.m. circuit training is compulsory for everyone. It's an invigorating mix of jogging, sprinting, bear crawls, push-ups, sit-ups, chin-ups, squats, handstands, burpees, planks, jumping, gymnastic rings, and more. Every day is different, and you will never know what challenge lies ahead.

After the circuit training, you'll do some light activities such as Yoga, Qigong, Meditation, or Tai Chi until 7:15 a.m. By this time, you'll be pumped up and ready to tackle anything. And the best part? Breakfast awaits at 7:30 a.m. Recharge your batteries and fuel up for the day ahead.

The second-morning session starts at 9:30 a.m., and it's time to hit the ground running - literally. All students will go for a run ranging from 1 to 5 kilometers, depending on your group and your teacher's plan for the day. You'll push yourself to new heights, and it's all worth it. This lesson may include a 10-minute break and finishes at 11:30 a.m.

Lunch is vegetarian and is served at 12 p.m., you'll then have plenty of time to rest and recover before the afternoon session. From 3 p.m. to 5 p.m., it's time to dive back into training mode. Don't forget, you'll need to go for another run, so be sure to pace yourself. As the sun sets, it's time to relax and enjoy a well-deserved meal. The delicious evening meal is served at 6 p.m., and it's a chance to refuel, reflect, and bond with your fellow students.

Ready to challenge yourself like never before? Come and join Rising Dragon Martial Arts School and experience the ultimate Kung Fu training program. From circuit training to group sessions and beyond, they'll help you unleash your inner warrior and achieve your goals.

Kung Fu styles introduction

What is Chinese Martial Arts?

Chinese Martial Arts, more commonly known in the West as Kung Fu, encompasses a diverse array of styles originating from mainland China. Referred to as 'Zhongguo Wushu' or 'Gong Fu' in China, these martial arts forms hold deep cultural and historical significance. The term 'Zhongguo Wushu' translates directly to Chinese martial arts, while 'Gong Fu' conveys the essence of hard work and dedication. However, 'Wushu' is a more precise term for general martial activities.

It's important to note that 'Wushu' also refers to the modern sport of Chinese martial arts, which is recognized internationally. Known as contemporary or modern Wushu, this sport involves exhibition and full-contact bare-handed and weapons routines.

China boasts the longest history of martial arts, with an extensive range of distinctive styles, each with its own set of techniques and philosophies. Some styles emphasize the emulation of animal movements, while others focus on harnessing Qi, the vital energy. Additionally, some styles prioritize performance for competitions and exhibitions. However, regardless of the chosen style, all Chinese martial arts address common combat challenges such as self-defense, health, and personal growth.

Chinese martial arts can be broadly categorized into External, Internal, Northern, and Southern styles. Northern styles are characterized by fast and powerful kicks, high jumps, acrobatics, and fluid and rapid movements. On the other hand, Southern styles emphasize strong arm and hand techniques, stable stances, and footwork, with minimal use of kicks above the waist.

External styles are characterized by fast and explosive movements, emphasizing physical strength and agility. Most Chinese martial arts fall under the classification of external styles, with the renowned Shaolin style being the most famous.

Internal styles, in contrast, prioritize the cultivation of awareness in spirit, mind, and Qi (Energy). These styles employ relaxed leverage rather than muscular tension. The three main internal styles are Xingyi Quan, Bagua Zhang, and Taiji Quan, with Tai Chi being the most widely recognized in the West.

Chinese Martial Arts training encompasses various components, including basics, routines, applications, body conditioning, and weapons. Each style possesses a unique training system with different emphases on these components. By engaging in Chinese Martial Arts, practitioners can develop discipline, physical fitness, mental clarity, and self-defense skills while exploring the rich cultural heritage of China's martial traditions.

What is Sun Style Martial Arts?

Sun Style martial arts is a unique and comprehensive system that combines the three major internal martial arts of China: Taiji, Xingyi, and Bagua. It was developed by Sun Lu Tang (1861-1933), a renowned martial artist. Sun Lu Tang initially mastered Xingyi Quan and Bagua Zhang and later studied Wu Yu Xiang Taiji under Hao Wei Zhen. With his deep understanding of these arts, he created a sophisticated and practical synthesis known as Sun Style Taiji Quan.

One of Sun Lu Tang's notable contributions was recognizing the fundamental principles shared by Xingyi, Bagua, and Tai Chi. He referred to these arts as "one family," establishing the tradition of categorizing them as "internal" styles. This classification continues to be used to this day.

Sun Style Taiji Quan stands out in several ways. It incorporates Bagua footwork, Xingyi's hand and waist movements, and the renowned stance called "San Ti Shi." Sun Taiji is well-known for its smooth and flowing movements, distinct from the physically vigorous crouching, leaping, and deep stances seen in other Tai Chi styles.

The footwork of Sun Style appears deceptively simple but is highly practical. When one-foot advances or retreats, the other follows, ensuring stability and agility. Additionally, Sun Style utilizes an open palm throughout its main form and incorporates small circular movements with the hands. Its gentle postures and high stances make it suitable for geriatric exercise and martial arts therapy. Importantly, Sun Taiji is practiced in a manner that directly reflects its application in combat.

As the Vice President of the International Sun Lu Tang Martial Arts Association, Scott Bird offers a unique opportunity for students who study Sun Style martial arts for one year or longer. Successful students can become certified Sun Style teachers recognized by both the Chinese Martial Arts Association and the International Sun Lu Tang Martial Arts Association.

Upon completion of the training, students will have the chance to visit one of the many Sun Style training bases in China. They will participate in a one-week special training course, culminating in a test administered by Sun Style Masters. Those who pass the course will receive an officially stamped certificate from the association, verifying their status as certified practitioners.

Certification is available in all three internal styles of Sun Style Quan, allowing dedicated students to deepen their knowledge and expertise in this unique martial arts system.

What is Shaolin Kung Fu?

Shaolin Kung Fu is deeply rooted in the rich history of the Shaolin Temple, a Buddhist temple located in Henan Province, China. It was founded over 1,500 years ago by the Indian Buddhist Priest 'Bodhidharma,' also known as 'Damo.' The temple served as a sanctuary for Buddhist practice and became renowned for its unique martial arts system.

In the early years following its establishment in 495 AD, the Shaolin Temple's first soldier monks developed a set of eighteen distinct actions, which would become the foundation of the original kung fu. These actions utilized all parts of their bodies and incorporated the use of simple farming tools turned weapons. Initially, these movements served as a form of daily exercise and meditation, but over time, they also became a means of self-defense.

Shaolin Kung Fu, particularly the Northern style, is classified as an external martial art. It emphasizes long-range techniques, quick advances, and retreats, wide and deep stances, high kicks, leaping and jumping movements, whirling circular blocks, quickness, agility, and aggressive attacks. It is considered the oldest martial art in the world, serving as the root and inspiration for many other martial arts styles.

Shaolin is also renowned for its incredible demonstrations of hard Qigong, showcasing extraordinary feats of strength and endurance. These demonstrations include bending a spear against the throat, breaking wooden poles over the body, smashing stones and bricks with bare hands, and even standing on one finger.

In modern times, Shaolin training has shifted primarily towards performance and competition forms, with less emphasis on practical application or conditioning. However, at Rising Dragon School, the Shaolin masters strive to preserve the traditional training methods. This includes iron palm and body training, the application of forms and basics, and hard and soft Qigong practices.

Training in Shaolin Kung Fu at Rising Dragon School is physically demanding and rigorous, often causing some students to opt for other martial arts styles. However, those who persevere through the training will be rewarded with a fit, healthy, and strong body.

Rising Dragon School has a close-knit connection to the Shaolin Temple and the Song Shan Shaolin Warrior Monk training base. RDS founder, Scott Bird, has had regular contact with the Shaolin warrior monk general 'Shi Yan Lu' since 2010. Thanks to Yan Lu's support, Scott and the Rising Dragon students had the privilege of meeting and performing with Jackie Chan.

What is Wushu?

Wushu is a dynamic sport that encompasses both exhibition and full-contact elements, originating from traditional Chinese martial arts. It was developed in the People's Republic of China after 1949 and has gained global popularity through the efforts of the International Wushu Federation (IWUF), which organizes the World Wushu Championships biennially.

Wushu consists of two main disciplines: Taolu (forms) and Sanda (Chinese kickboxing). Taolu routines resemble gymnastics, incorporating a variety of martial arts movements and patterns. Competitors are judged and awarded points based on specific rules. The forms showcase basic techniques, stances, kicks, punches, balances, jumps, sweeps, and throws, drawing inspiration from various traditional Chinese martial arts styles.

Competitors have the flexibility to modify the routines to highlight their individual strengths. The duration of competitive forms can range from 1 minute and 20 seconds for external styles to over 5 minutes for internal styles.

Wushu events are categorized into different styles and weapon categories. In the bare-handed division, notable styles include Changquan (Long Fist), Nanquan (Southern Fist), and Taijiquan (Tai Chi Fist). Short weapons such as Dao (Single-edged sword), Jian (Double-edged sword), Taiji Jian (Tai Chi double-edged sword), and Nandao (Southern single-edged sword) form the category of short weapons. The long weapons category includes Gun (Staff), Qiang (Spear), and Nangun (Southern Staff). These events were established in 1958 to showcase the diverse aspects of Wushu.

Competitors perform either compulsory or individual routines during competitions. Compulsory routines are pre-set routines provided to athletes, resulting in each athlete performing essentially the same sequence. On the other hand, individual routines allow athletes to create their own routines with guidance from their coaches, following specific rules related to difficulty, number of acrobatics, and other factors.

Wushu embodies the beauty, agility, and skill of Chinese martial arts, captivating audiences worldwide with its mesmerizing displays of athleticism and artistry.

What is Sanda?

Sanshou or Sanda, also known as "free fighting," is a modern Chinese self-defense system and combat sport. Often regarded as China's counterpart to Western kickboxing or Thailand's Muay Thai boxing, it combines elements of striking and grappling techniques. Originally, Sanshou emerged from bare-handed fights without rules, commonly practiced among military personnel as a means to test and refine martial skills, abilities, and techniques.

In contemporary Wushu tournaments, alongside the main Taolu events (forms), there is a dedicated Sanshou event. In amateur tournaments, participants wear protective martial arts gear and compete on a raised platform known as the Lei tai. They are allowed to utilize kicks, punches, and throws during the bouts.

Professional practitioners, however, refer to the sport as Sanda. They wear gloves and a mouthguard for protection and compete in a full-sized ring similar to a boxing ring. In professional Sanda, knee strikes are also permitted. It is important to note that both professional and amateur Sanda are full-contact sports.

As a self-defense system, Sanshou incorporates a wide range of striking techniques, including kicks, punches, and elbow strikes, as well as grappling techniques such as chokes and joint locks. This comprehensive approach equips practitioners with effective methods to defend themselves in real-life situations.

What is Tai Chi?

Taiji, more commonly known as Tai chi, is a renowned Taoist internal martial art that carries deep philosophical significance symbolized by the Yin/Yang symbol. Translated as "Supreme Ultimate Fist," Taiji Quan encompasses various styles such as Wu Dang San Feng Taiji, Chen style, Yang style, Wu style, Wu Yuxiang style, and Sun style Taiji. Practiced by millions of people worldwide, Taiji is highly regarded for its health benefits and combat effectiveness.

The origin of Taiji Quan has different accounts. According to traditional legend, the wise Zhang San Feng created it after observing a battle between a sparrow and a snake. In modern times, Taiji originated from the Chen family style during the 19th century, with subsequent styles such as Yang, Wu, Wu Yuxiang, and Sun tracing their roots back to the Chen Style.

Taiji Quan is a powerful martial art that emphasizes internal power and longevity. It embodies Taoist philosophy, and during its development, it brought a revolutionary concept by incorporating both Yin and Yang elements into fighting. While traditional martial arts were often aggressive and focused on strength and aggression, Taiji introduced a balance between yielding and attacking. It is often described as a "needle in cotton" or "hardness concealed in softness," following the principle of "subduing the vigorous by the soft."

Beyond its martial aspect, Tai chi has been extensively studied for its health benefits. Clinical research has shown that regular practice of Tai chi can lower blood pressure, reduce nervous tension, and positively impact various systems in the body, including the immune, digestive, cardiovascular, and respiratory systems. It is regarded as a holistic practice that promotes overall well-being and helps maintain a youthful and healthy body.

Tai chi can be practiced for its health benefits, focusing on circulating Qi (energy) throughout the body. However, when practiced as a martial art over a long period, Taiji Quan cultivates formidable fighting skills. The training consists of two primary features: the solo form, which involves a slow sequence of movements emphasizing a straight spine, relaxed breathing, and a natural range of motion, and pushing hands, which develops sensitivity, stickiness, reflexes, and the application of leverage, timing, coordination, and positioning through interactive exercises with a training partner.

What is Xingyi?

Xingyi, derived from the Chinese characters meaning "Form/Mind," represents the interplay between the external form and the internal intent. It is one of the three major internal Chinese Martial Arts. Xingyi's approach focuses on direct and penetrating attacks that target the center, distinguishing it from Bagua's circular movements and Tai chi's yielding nature.

At its core, Xingyi is rooted in the Taoist belief that natural forces are comprised of five elements, a perspective aligned with Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). In the context of martial arts principles, each of these elements corresponds to a specific organ and encompasses different energies, balancing forces, and cycles of creation and destruction.

Xingyi is characterized by its aggressive and seemingly linear movements, emphasizing explosive power. Its techniques involve intense and forceful strikes, complemented by direct footwork. The martial art's linear nature reflects its military origins and draws inspiration from spear techniques referenced in its mythology. Despite its hard and angular appearance, Xingyi practitioners understand the importance of cultivating soft internal strength, known as Qi, in order to truly harness the power of Xingyi Quan.

The ultimate objective of a Xingyi fighter is to swiftly engage the opponent and deliver a powerful strike that penetrates their defenses in a single burst of energy. This requires the coordination of the entire body as a unified entity, guided by an intense focus on one's Qi. By harmonizing form and mind, Xingyi practitioners aim to achieve exceptional speed, precision, and devastating power in their techniques.

What is Bagua Zhang?

Bagua Zhang, one of the three major internal Chinese Martial Arts, is commonly referred to as the Eight Trigram Palm, drawing its name from the trigrams found in the Yijing, a Taoist canon.

The distinctive training method of Bagua Zhang is circle walking. Practitioners move around the circumference of a circle in a low stance, facing the center, while periodically changing directions as they perform various forms. Through this practice, students develop flexibility, internal power mechanics, and a deep understanding of stance and movement. As they progress, practitioners engage in more complex forms and explore the internal aspects of Bagua, which share similarities with Xingyi Quan and Tai Chi.

Additionally, Bagua encompasses unique weapons training, including the use of crescent-shaped deer horn knives and scholar's pens, which are easily concealed.

Bagua is renowned for its utilization of large weapons, such as Bagua Dao (Broadsword), adding to the diversity of its training. Many schools offer instruction in both Xingyi and Bagua, as these styles often complement each other in combat. Bagua encompasses a wide range of techniques, including strikes, low kicks, joint locks, throws, and distinctive evasive circular footwork.

Bagua Zhang practitioners possess the ability to flow and effortlessly maneuver around objects, displaying their evasive nature. This aspect of Bagua enables practitioners to effectively defend against multiple attackers. Another notable skill is the practitioner's ability to move behind an opponent, ensuring their safety by evading potential harm.

Bagua Zhang remains a highly respected and effective martial art, combining circular footwork, intricate techniques, and strategic evasive tactics to achieve martial prowess and self-defense capabilities.

Your start and end date

Once you arrive at RDS, your time starts and will not pause if you decide to take a few days' break somewhere for tourism.

Making a difference: RDS's commitment to charity and future endeavors

At Rising Dragon School, they believe in the power of martial arts to transform lives not only within the community but also beyond. They are proud to share that every penny that comes into RDS is allocated towards charitable purposes after covering the initial running costs. The commitment is to maximize the positive impact they can make on society.

They ensure that all funds are dedicated to charitable initiatives that uplift underprivileged children and communities. By choosing RDS for your training, you actively contribute to these meaningful endeavors.

Furthermore, they are excited to announce that they are actively saving funds for their Hong Kong project and the establishment of their orphanage. This project has become Scott Bird's main priority, reflecting the unwavering dedication to providing a safe haven and support for underprivileged children. Your continued support enables them to turn this vision into a reality.

Join this incredible journey, where every training session not only benefits your personal growth but also creates a ripple effect of positive change. Together, you can make a lasting difference in the lives of those in need.

Training and physical preparations

To make it easier and to settle into the training smoother at the martial arts school you should do some whole-body training before you arrive. You can follow some of the workouts on the RDS YouTube channel which will be similar to what you will be doing during your stay with them.

Is it possible to attend RDS without any prior martial arts experience?

Absolutely! In fact, most of their students are beginners. At RDS, they understand that everyone has to start somewhere, and they welcome all students, regardless of their level of experience. The expert RDS masters will guide you through your training journey, helping you develop your skills and reach your full potential.

Is RDS open during Christmas and Chinese New Year?

Yes, they operate all year round; however, during Chinese New Year, some or all of the masters may take some time off, usually for a few weeks. Despite this, RDS students will continue their training as per the regular schedule, usually under the guidance of RDS owner Scott Bird or one of the RDS PT instructors.

Is there a language requirement for attending the Kung Fu school?

No, there is no language requirement to attend the Kung Fu School. In case you require assistance, they sometimes have translators available at RDS. However, once your training begins, you'll find that the language barrier poses no significant challenge. They've had French students who spoke no English and they were fine as they usually have multiple people speaking several languages at RDS.

About Rising Dragon School

The Rising Dragon Martial Arts School in China, a non-profit organization, has been formed to teach the very best of martial arts. It is founded on the simple principle of having the very best world-class Kung Fu masters in the best setting for the teaching and practice of Chinese martial arts.

Since opening, they have impacted the lives of thousands of people from across the globe, rapidly earning recognition as one of the leading martial arts schools in China that all others aspire to.​ With a legacy dating back to 2007, the kung fu school is renowned for its commitment to excellence in teaching the art of kung fu.

The esteemed Kung Fu masters boast decades of experience and unwavering dedication to guiding students of all levels, enabling them to refine their techniques and unleash their full potential. Whether you are a seasoned practitioner or a complete beginner, the inclusive approach welcomes individuals from all backgrounds.

In addition to the traditional kung fu training in China, RDS offers specialized fitness holidays and weight loss programs in unique locations such as Barbados, Sweden, and Switzerland, with more exciting destinations on the horizon. Each RDS location has been thoughtfully selected, offering ideal spaces for martial arts practice, physical exercise, and personal development.

The unparalleled beauty of these environments fosters a remarkable balance that few others can rival. Harmony is the guiding principle in every aspect of our practice.

With a deep sense of responsibility, RDS China channels its resources toward improving the lives of those in need. Through various initiatives, they extend a helping hand to underprivileged children, empowering them with opportunities, hope, and a brighter future. By attending RDS, students not only enrich their own lives but also contribute directly to this noble cause, as their training fee goes directly towards supporting these initiatives.

They firmly believe that martial arts training can be a catalyst for personal growth and positive change, and they strive to instill these values in students. By fostering a sense of empathy and social consciousness, they inspire the community to make a tangible difference in the lives of underprivileged children.

At Rising Dragon School, they aim to create an inclusive and compassionate environment where individuals from all walks of life come together to pursue their martial arts journey while leaving a lasting impact on the world. Together, they forge a path of empowerment, unity, and social responsibility, as they cultivate not only skilled martial artists but also compassionate global citizens.

One of their aims is to produce a total environment where culture, class, race, or creed are left outside and you will become part of a caring, friendly community. All members of that community must agree to dedicate themselves to their learning and to each other.

Having completed your training in martial arts you will leave the school with much more than knowledge of the art you have practiced. You will have acquired a far greater understanding of yourself and an inner peace that will give you enhanced self-worth and appreciation of the world and others.


The perfect setting for Kung Fu: On the Himalayan Foothills

Experience the breathtaking beauty of YongPing, a hidden gem nestled in the heart of Southern Yunnan Province amidst the Himalayan foothills. With its stunning temples, towering mountains, and crystal-clear lakes, YongPing is a true paradise for nature lovers and adventure seekers alike.

At Rising Dragon School, they offer the perfect setting for Kung Fu training in China, nestled inside a million-square-meter private park filled with exotic plants, wildlife, and enchanting forests. The peaceful grounds provide a serene escape from the hustle and bustle of city life, with nothing but fresh, clean air to breathe.

Explore the wonders of YongPing and beyond, with nearby attractions like the natural hot springs that have been known to heal certain illnesses, and neighboring cities like Dali and Baoshan, both conveniently located within an hour's drive and offering easy access to airports. Venture further out to Lijiang or even the Burmese border, both just a 3-hour drive away.

Challenge yourself with exhilarating hikes on the neighboring mountains, some reaching altitudes of up to 4000 meters, or immerse yourself in the rich culture and history of Yunnan, a province known as 'South of the Clouds' for its picturesque landscapes and diverse ethnic groups.

Don't settle for just any Kungfu school in China. Choose Rising Dragon School and experience the best that this stunning region has to offer. With our carefully selected location, top-notch facilities, and expert instructors, you'll not only become a skilled martial artist but also create memories to last a lifetime. Come and discover the magic with on the Himalayan foothills at Rising Dragon School!

How is the pollution around the RDS location in China?

While pollution can be a concern in China, RDS is pleased to say that the school is located in one of the best pollution-free zones in the country. The high altitude allows them to enjoy the best air quality with zero pollution, ensuring that students don't need to worry about pollution during their time at RDS. They take the health of students seriously and ensure that they train in a safe and healthy environment.


RDS's lunch is actually vegetarian and during other meals, when meat is served, it is provided in separate dishes. They cater to most dietary requirements, but it's best to check with them if you have any special requirements.

Folgende Mahlzeiten sind inbegriffen:

  • Frühstück
  • Mittagessen
  • Abendessen

Die folgenden Ernährungsweisen stehen zur Verfügung und/oder berücksichtigt werden:

  • Vegetarisch
  • Regulär (schließt normalerweise Fleisch und Fisch mit ein)
  • Weitere ernährungsspezifische Anforderungen auf Anfrage
Wenn Sie besondere Ernährungsbedürfnisse haben, empfehlen wir Ihnen diese dem Veranstalter bei der Buchung mitzuteilen.

Was ist im Preis inbegriffen?

  • Martial arts training every Monday to Friday (Approximately 6 hours of training per day)
  • Daily breakfast, lunch, and dinner
  • 20 nights accommodation

Was ist nicht im Preis inbegriffen?

  • Miscellaneous expenses
  • Airfare
  • Airport transfers
  • Additional activities


Empfohlene Flughäfen

Arrival by car

Private chauffeur service fees (each way) are as follows:

  • 120 GBP - Dali City Airport (DLU) or train station
  • 120 GBP - Baoshan Airport (BSD) or city center
  • 30 GBP - Yong Ping train or bus station

If you would like to save money your best option is public transport to Yong Ping Town followed by a TukTuk to RDS. Details will be given in your welcome pack which you'll receive after you have booked and paid your deposit.


  • Eine Reservierung erfordert eine Anzahlung von 10% des Gesamtpreises.
  • Die Anzahlung wird nicht erstattet, wenn die Buchung storniert wird.
  • Der Restbetrag ist am Tag der Ankunft zu zahlen.
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