Our Dai Sifu
Due to Emins preference to effective self defense techniques, he now views himself as a true Martial Artist and not a “Sportsman”. It was this same preference that originally attracted him to Wing Tsun when he saw a demonstration in Germany. This led him to seeking instruction from Internationaly, noted European Wing Tsun Master’s. Many years of training in the Wing Tsun system have now passed for Emin. He is thoroughly convinced that the self defense techniques and philosophy of Wing Tsun are second to none. He became the senior master Student of the IWTA / Hong Kong. Today he is the representing Wing Tzun & Latosa Escrima in over 40 Countries.
Emin has been a professional Wing Tzun Instructor throughout Europe for the past 25 years and has become widely recognized for his fighting skills. His Seminars are in great demand in the World. He is the Chief-Instructor EBMAS and Founder (EMIN BOZTEPE MARTIAL ART ORGANIZATION). He has trained many elite Police and Military Personnel, including the Hostage Rescue Team (HRT) of the FBI and the 4th Recon Battalion of the U.S. Marine Corps. Emin Boztepe is one of the highest ranking Wing Tun Instructors in the World (a Master). He continues to commit his talents to help spread Wing Tzun in the World.
According to Wing Tzun philosophy: the simplest, easiest and most effective way is the best way.
“Avoiding a physical confrontation that is not truly necessary does not mean being a coward but being humble,” states Emin.
“However, conflicts must be met head on when left no other choice because of possible harm to yourself, your loved ones or your family. This includes my Wing Tzun family which currently spans over 40 countries.”
Though Emin has trained in many different Martial Art Disciplines, he currently bases his self defense solely on Wing Tzun Kung Fu and Latosa Escrima. He feels this helps him fulfill his philosophy of ending conflicts quickly by using effective and simple techniques. These sort of techniques are the hallmark of Wing Tzun.
Emin confesses, “I only believe in using techniques that work as fast as possible and minimize injury to myself. The Wing Tzun philosophy states: To be kind to your enemy is to be cruel to yourself. Why be kind and gentle to someone who is trying to harm you or your loved ones?“