What Is Wing Chun?

Wing Chun is a style of Chinese Kung Fu, and its history goes back about 300 years to China’s Ching Dynasty. Wing Chun was created by a Siu Lam Abbess Ng Mui and designed specifically to allow a weaker opponent to defeat a stronger one through the use of tactics and combat strategy. This art acquired its name from the first student of Ng Mui, Yim Wing Tsun who was forced to learn this art in order to defeat a powerful bandit who was keen on forcing her into marriage. Wing Chun’s popularity has exploded over the last 40 years or so, pioneered by Great Grandmaster Ip Man, and today new Wing Chun practitioners are being trained in more than 60 countries.

What Is Wing Chun?

What Is Wing Chun?

Wing Chun is a style of Chinese Kung Fu, and its history goes back about 300 years to China’s Ching Dynasty. Wing Chun was created by a Siu Lam Abbess Ng Mui and designed specifically to allow a weaker opponent to defeat a stronger one through the use of tactics and combat strategy. This art acquired its name from the first student of Ng Mui, Yim Wing Tsun who was forced to learn this art in order to defeat a powerful bandit who was keen on forcing her into marriage. Wing Chun’s popularity has exploded over the last 40 years or so, pioneered by Great Grandmaster Ip Man, and today new Wing Chun practitioners are being trained in more than 60 countries.

Wing Chun is a style of Chinese Kung Fu, and its history goes back about 300 years to China’s Ching Dynasty. Wing Chun was created by a Siu Lam Abbess Ng Mui and designed specifically to allow a weaker opponent to defeat a stronger one through the use of tactics and combat strategy. This art acquired its name from the first student of Ng Mui, Yim Wing Tsun who was forced to learn this art in order to defeat a powerful bandit who was keen on forcing her into marriage. Wing Chun’s popularity has exploded over the last 40 years or so, pioneered by Great Grandmaster Ip Man, and today new Wing Chun practitioners are being trained in more than 60 countries.

Wing Chun is a style of Chinese Kung Fu, and its history goes back about 300 years to China’s Ching Dynasty. Wing Chun was created by a Siu Lam Abbess Ng Mui and designed specifically to allow a weaker opponent to defeat a stronger one through the use of tactics and combat strategy. This art acquired its name from the first student of Ng Mui, Yim Wing Tsun who was forced to learn this art in order to defeat a powerful bandit who was keen on forcing her into marriage. Wing Chun’s popularity has exploded over the last 40 years or so, pioneered by Great Grandmaster Ip Man, and today new Wing Chun practitioners are being trained in more than 60 countries.

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Wing Chun Benefits

Development of Self-confidence

Improved Hand-eye Coordination

Cardio, Endurance and Weight Loss Training

Good Health

Improved Concentration

Extreme Fun Activity

Wing Chun is not based on strength or bodily power, but upon mathematical concepts and common sense. This allows a weaker person to defend against a much stronger opponent.

Wing Chun is an energy game, allowing one to use the strength of their opponent to defeat them.

Wing Chun is designed for self-defense in its purest form.

Wing Chun’s simplicity and effectiveness lends itself well to be used by law enforcement.

Wing Chun fundamentals can be learned quickly, and then be built upon. Self-defense training is emphasized immediately.

Wing Chun training is 90% partner training. You get your hands on another person right away, and this allows you to learn the mechanics of combat from the start, and to develop tactile (touchy-feely) combat reflexes and triggers. This training allows a trained practitioner to instantly respond to or unload an attack.

In Wing Chun, attack and defense happen at the same time. This allows a practitioner to deal damage to their opponent while defending themselves. Wing Chun practitioner is able to deliver up to 3 movement patterns simultaneously.

Wing Chun is not based on strength or bodily power, but upon mathematical concepts and common sense. This allows a weaker person to defend against a much stronger opponent.

Wing Chun is an energy game, allowing one to use the strength of their opponent to defeat them.

Wing Chun training is 90% partner training. You get your hands on another person right away, and this allows you to learn the mechanics of combat from the start, and to develop tactile (touchy-feely) combat reflexes and triggers. This training allows a trained practitioner to instantly respond to or unload an attack.

Wing Chun is designed for self-defense in its purest form.

 Wing Chun’s simplicity and effectiveness lends itself well to be used by law enforcement.

In Wing Chun, attack and defense happen at the same time. This allows a practitioner to deal damage to their opponent while defending themselves. Wing Chun practitioner is able to deliver up to 3 movement patterns simultaneously.
Wing Chun fundamentals can be learned quickly, and then be built upon. Self-defense training is emphasized immediately.