Wing Chun Kung Fu

Wing Chun Classes

The classes utilise a unique training program for complete beginners, to intermediates and through to advanced. 

You will always be able to train to your level and never be in too deep, whilst being pushed to your full potential.

The teaching method is very easy to follow, practical and extremely effective for self defence. You will be taught how to apply your Wing Chun training to real world fight situations in order to enable you to successfully defend yourself.

By focusing on key concepts to provide a solid and easy to understand foundation, on which to build more advanced techniques upon.

About Wing Chun

It was created over 300 years ago by a nun named Ng Mui, a Buddhist Nun and Abbess from a Shaolin temple. She created the new style after observing a fight between a snake and a crane. Ng taught it to her student Yim Wing-Chun who the Martial Art is named after, it was taught to Yim as a way of defending herself against unwanted advances from a local war lord.

Wing Chun uses natural body movements and uses all of the body parts to attack with elbows, shoulders, fingers and knees, knowing when to tense and relax. It is a very aggressive but soft art form. 

It uses quick bursts of direct movements and techniques to arm its aggressor to escape.

This martial art is based on simplicity, relaxed power through softness, yielding and controlling, chi flow and natural responses.

Wing Chun’s principles go with the flow of energy rather than forcing against it.

The practitioner uses relaxed softness to overcome an opponent’s force, which makes it ideal for women to learn as self defence.

Late Great Grandmaster Ip Man, described the art of Wing Chun as used “to maintain one’s flexibility and softness, all the while keeping in the strength to fight back, much like the flexible nature of bamboo”.

Notable practitioners of Wing Chun include Ip Chun, Bruce Lee, Donnie Yen, Brandon Lee, Jackie Chan, Robert Downey Jr., Jason Statham, Nicholas Cage and Christian Bale.

Wing Chun is taught by Matt Wood

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