Shaolin course offers a unique experience of dealing with stress and conflicts. It offers an alternative view of the world, allows you to perceive your work and personal problems from a different perspective and helps you to deal with them more effectively. By joining this course you will have the opportunity to gain knowledge and wisdom that is more than 1,500 years old and has been transmitted from the Shaolin Masters to their students across the generations. The course will provide you with all the necessary tools, methods and knowledge that will help you improve the quality of your professional life. Thanks to the Shaolin wisdom that will be passed on to you directly from Shaolin monks, you will learn techniques that will allow you to change not only your habits, but also your future.
It may seem that stress is an inevitable part of life in modern society. However, chronic stress can result in exhaustion, decreased energy levels, pessimism and even depression. The ongoing chronic stress is associated with health issues and reduced well-being. The negative effects on individuals are obvious, both on personal and professional levels. In this context, it is fascinating to see how the knowledge that Shaolin monks pass on to each other for hundreds of years can lead to stress management.
The main principles that will be introduced to you on the first day of the Shaolin course will be applied in the second lesson to everyday challenges and life situations.
This 2-day course consists of 2 consecutive lessons that will reveal to you the knowledge of Shaolin monks, who have passed on wisdom from one generation to the other for hundreds of years.
The first lesson will introduce you to stress management and to the effects of stress on our quality of life. The second follow-up lesson will strengthen your conflict management skills and improve your communication skills.
After successful completion of the course you receive PwC certificate.
Shi Heng Zong, 35th generation Shaolin Buddhist Master and Abbot of the Shaolin Temple Europe, and Shi Heng Yi, 35th generation Shaolin Disciple and Headmaster of the Shaolin Temple Europe. Both are eager to share their knowledge and insights with people outside the monastery.
Important note: We would like to clarify that the content of the training is not about belief or in any way religious.