Training in Chiang Mai till the end of August 2018

Chiang Mai University has many lovely park areas that are perfect for training. We also train at my home located in front of Chiang mai university on Sutep Rd. Renting a scooter gives you allot more freedom. Pop scooter rental has been very good in the past. There is a large range of  hotels from 500 – 1000 baht a night, or 3500 baht a month upwards.  When the classes are small we will also shoot off to the mountains to practice. Food ranges from 30 baht a meal up.

Koh Phangan

Koh Phangan island is a idyllic setting for training. Classes will be held there from September 2018 to Feb 2019.

Mae Wang retreat

From March 2019, classes will be conducted at the Mae Wang retreat. Check the link in the menu tab.

Training with Mark Rasmus

Classes are usually 6 to 12 people. Mark demonstrates every drill on every students when practical. Many classes are held in forests where the energy is strong. Students are encouraged to video all the drills being taught and to record the theory and meditation sessions. The information being taught is open for development, there are no secrets or copyrights, everyone who shares and develops the system is asked to do so with an open heart.

You can view some of Marks Classes here www.youtube.com/sifumarkrasmus



In the 70s, Mark began his journey in Japanese martial arts. Within a few years, the family moved to a new country and his opportunity to taste many different styles arose.

After spending years exploring a range of arts including Tae Kwon Do, Silat, Kali, Escrima, Karate, Tai Chi and a range of Kung Fu systems, he finally settled into Wing Chun Kung Fu. In 1986, his instructor, John Dugan encouraged him to enter into the teaching profession.

While still a teenager, he opened his first Wing Chun school in Brisbane Australia. Mark then cross trained between Muay Thai and Wing Chun for the next decade. In 1988 he was introduced to William Cook Edwards, a metaphysics teacher who taught Franz Bardons system.

Within a short number of years studying with William, Mark was working as a psychic and healer. Before long the Hermetic and Martial sciences began to meld together.

In 1995, Mark began training in Tai Chi (Huang Shyan Sheng lineage) with Chris Heness, a Tong Long, Silat and Tai Chi master living in Queensland, Australia. This opened a huge range of understanding in internal martial arts principles further enhancing his teaching system.


Mark Rasmus teachings include the following fields of Expertise.
  • The Science of Elastic force
  • Tai Chi
  • Qi Gong
  • The Hermetic System of Franz Bardon

If you wish to attend a course, email  rasmustaichi at gmail dot com