Internal Arts

Nei Jia is a system of work that allows for the cultivation of heath and longevity in a balanced state of peace, attainment, and tranquillity. Nei Jia is an enlightened system that leads to the highest end when fully embodied and understood. The attainment of physical and mental/spiritual health and well being allows for intellectual growth and consciousness expansion. Many who fully embody the physical and mental/spiritual aspects of Nei Jia go beyond in their experience. My friend and brother Shifu Micah David (Hern Heng) has been blessed to learn from great masters of the art. To learn more please visit Ask about training opportunities! Regular seminars are held in various locations in the United States.

The following are relevant lineages of the Nei Jia taught at Three Temples Kung Fu and Tactical Training. Other systems’ lineages are available by request. If you are curious about a system we teach not listed here, just ask!
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Hebei Style Xingyiquan (Black Sash, Instructor Ranking) xingyi

Chen Style Taijiquan (Black Sash, Instructor Ranking) chen-lines


Yang Style Taijiquan (Black Sash, Instructor Ranking) yang-lines


Chen, Pan-Ling Style Taijiquan (Permission to teach)


Cheng Style Baguazhang (Permission to teach) bagua

Traditional Northern Celestial Mountain Kung Fu (Black Sash, Instructor Ranking), basis for the Three Temples Internal Kung Fu 18 Forms



  1. charlypriest said,

    June 24, 2014 at 4:23 pm

    This was interesting to know. I don´t live in the U.S right now, but I´ll mark this, save it and take a look at it closer in the internet. Go figure if there are this type of thing in Spain. But it definately caught my attention. Glad I read this post.

  2. LScott said,

    July 11, 2014 at 12:12 am

    hope you can make it to america sometime! i know there are potential plans for seminars overseas in the future, i’ll let you know as soon as i know more.

  3. Robert said,

    March 29, 2015 at 1:37 pm


    Very good article. I’m enjoying it and learning a lot. Thank you for it.

    All good wishes,


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