At the Shaolin Wu-Yi Institute the students enjoy
a training area much larger than that of the average martial
arts school as well as a wide array of training equipment. The
Institute has a unique lightly padded large canvas training mat
where classes are held. For training the many kicking and
striking techniques, the institute has a variety of different
striking pads as well as the Mook Jong or Wooden Dummy used to
train timing, distance, speed and condition the students body.
While the Institute has multiple group classes available every
day, the school is available for the students to come and work
out on their own at any time during business hours. The
comprehensive training curriculum of the Institute includes:
“True words need
The founder of the school to be addressed as Sifu.
Proper uniform and belt are required at all
Shoes must be removed before entering the school.
A bow is given to the Sifu or Instructor when
entering or leaving the school and when entering or leaving the
Do not chew gum during class, it can affect your
The use of profanity or derogatory language is
not allowed within the school and should be avoided outside as well.
Exercise proper hygiene by coming to class clean
and well groomed.
Following Chinese tradition and respect always
address your teachers and fellow students by last name.
Always come to class on time and if you are late
bow to the Instructor before joining the class.
Do not bring food or drinks into the school with
the exception of water.
If you are unable to attend class, notify your
Instructor as soon as possible.
The Kung Fu school is for training, not for
gossiping or excessive talking, try to keep conversation to a
minimum and focus on your martial arts training.
Do not interrupt the instructor when he or she is
A shirt is required to enter and leave the
Do not teach what you have learned without the
Instructors permission, this is how bad habits or improper
techniques are passed to other students.
Always use self control and good technique to
avoid injury to yourself and others.
Help to keep your school neat and clean.
Remove jewelry and watches before working out.
Keep a clear mind and a healthy body, smoking,
taking drugs or drinking alcohol are not allowed on the school
premises and should be avoided outside of class as well.
Control your emotions at all times especially
when you become tired or frustrated. Learning Chinese Kung Fu takes
much time and energy and along the way you will develop a healthy
body as well as a strong will.
by learning do we discover how little we know.”
Shaolin Wu-Yi Institute
Denise K. Alschbach
Mrs. Alschbach began her training of Chinese Kung Fu at the age of 21 at the Chinese Martial Arts Institute.
While training at the Institute she received the honor of earning the “Martial Arts Award for Spirit & Skill” in 2003.
After several years of training her skills and dedication were again recognized and she was invited to become an Assistant
Instructor. Between 2003 - 2005 Mrs. Alschbach traveled between Dallas, Texas and Boston, Massachusetts in order to study
Chinese Kung Fu and Tai Chi Chuan under Grandmaster Dr. Yang Jwing Ming. In 2004 & 2005 Mrs. Alschbach traveled to New York
City where she completed two intense courses in Traditional Chinese Kung Fu & Shaolin Long Fist at the Natural Chinese Martial
Arts Association under Grandmaster Lin Chi Young. Also In 2005 Mrs. Alschbach traveled to the Republic of China to meet with
Grandmaster Huang Sian Teh and practice Chinese Kung Fu. Mrs. Alschbach is a 1st Degree Black Belt certified by the Taipei
Chinese Kung Fu Association as well as the Vice President of the Shaolin Wu-Yi Institute.
Logan M. Alschbach
Mr. Alschbach began his training at the age of nine under Master Dr. Silvio Azzolini.
Mr. Alschbach earned the level of 1st Degree Black Belt in Northern & Southern Style Shaolin Kung Fu in 1994
from the World Chinese Martial Arts Federation certified by Grandmaster Dr. Huang Sian Teh. Mr. Alschbach graduated
from the University of Texas with a degree in Political Science in 2004. Mr. Alschbach has studied traditional
Tae Kwon Do, Yoga and Sword Fighting. In 1992 and 1993 Mr. Alschbach competed in the Annual Chinese Martial Arts
Championship winning numerous gold medals for his high level of kung fu skill and ability. Mr. Alschbach is the
Chairman of the Shaolin Wu-Yi Institute Black Belt Board.
Gabriel A. Hildalgo
Mr. Hidalgo began training in the martial arts at the age of 12 and earned the rank of 1st Degree
Black Belt in 1995 from the Taipei Chinese Kung Fu Association Certified by Grandmaster Dr. Huang Sian Teh and
Master Yu Siang Lin. Mr. Hidalgo Graduated from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Economics.
Mr. Hidalgo has served as a member of the 2004 Chinese Martial Arts Demonstration Team and is the Vice Chairman of the Shaolin Wu-Yi Institute Black Belt Board.
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