Master Zhong Yun Long

 Master Zhong teaching Taiji in US

Master Zhong teaching Taiji in US

Master Zhong Yunlong is a 14th generation legitimate inheritor of Wudang Sanfeng Pai (pai equates to sect), an orthodox Wudang Internal Kung Fu successor of two great Wudang Taoist masters and senior priests: Guo Gaoyi and Zhu Chengde.

When Wudang Taoism first opened to the outside world, Master Zhong Yunlong was sent by the Wudang Taoist Association, to unearth Wudang martial arts which were then only being practiced outside the temple.

 Master Zhong at Wu Lung Palace

Master Zhong at Wu Lung Palace

The Wudang Taoist Association established the first Wudang Taoist Martial Arts Team and Master Zhong was the foremost member of the team.

In 1989, Master Zhong replaced the senior Taoist priest Guo Gaoyi as the "Wudang Taoist Association Martial Arts Chief Coach". At the same time, he was appointed as the principal and chief coach of the Wudang Taoist Kung Fu School by the Wudang Taoist Association. This was the first time Wudang Kung Fu was formally shown in public. 


Our academy specializes in teaching:

 Taoist culture and training future coaches of Wudang Kungfu and Nourishing Llife practices. 

It is not a place for sightseeing and entertainment, but for cultivating stillness of mind and developing a deeper understanding of Taoism. As such, the environment is simple and supportive of a reclusive lifestyle, secluded from the hustle and bustle of modern life. Our academy is not a hotel, but rather a place for study and personal enrichment.

SanFeng Academy is situated at the foot of the Wudang Mountains, surrounded on three sides by mountains.  It is well situated with good natural energy.  The environment is quiet and beautiful, with a temperate climate. On one hand, It is well-located and easy to access; on the other hand, it's seperate from town, is surrounded by tangerine groves and has clean air and abundant quiet. All in all, it's a a blessed place for Martial Arts and Nourishing Life practitioners and ascetics to develop and practice their skills.  The location is both convenient for daily life and favorable for practice.

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