OUR WING CHUN CURRICULUM
Siu Nim Tau
The first and most prominent form in the Wing Chun system. Translated as the Little Idea or Beginning Way. This form contains a majority of the Kung Fu in concept and utility.
Build a strong stance
Understand the concept of center line
Learn to punch with power and relaxation
Translated as Seeking the Bridge. This particular form has a concentration on the moving the lower body in sync with the hands with upper body. Learn how to bridge the gap with an opponent and create traps and holds.
Moving your horse
Chi Geuk (Sticky feet)
Chi Sao (Level 2)
Translated as the Darting Fingers. This is an inside boxing form with the primary focus of realigning ones center as efficiently as possible while delivering deadly blows.
Chi Sao (Level 3)
Muk Jang (Wooden Dummy)
This a traditional form found in various martial arts. You will learn to transfer a massive amount of energy in a short distance and create opportunities with different angles of engagement.
8 wooden dummy forms
Jen Choi punches
Learn to focus your energy into a single point, while mastering the whipping techniques of the arms. Also, gain a great workout as you increase your forearm, wrist, and leg strength
Baat Jaam Doa
Thrust, cut, kick and increase your punching power with the Wing Chun butterfly knives