What Will I Learn

What Will I learn In Class?

Wing Chun Kuen uses the least amount of energy to overcome the stronger energy. There are not many martial arts today that have developed like this. Wing Chun Kuen is based on sensitivity, good position and footwork. In the end, Wing Chun Kuen also develops short distance power, which in Chinese we call Fa Ging or Long Bridge (Arm) Releasing Power. This is an unusual way to release power or attack. Wing Chun Kuen is also based on the straight line principle. Following a straight line is the fastest way to attack an opponent, but when this line is obstructed, we will curve around to hit the target. In addition, once we attack an opponent, we will continue to attack – alternatively with both hands – and even kick. So Wing Chun Kuen is both fast and direct.

Siu Lim Tao, Wing Chun Kuen’s first form, is for internal training and it develops Qi, so proper Wing Chun skill covers internal and external training. Chi Sau, Sticking Hands training, is one of the best ways of training to develop good skill and sensitivity – as well as learning to control the energy without harming each other. In order to develop properly and reach a high level, without damaging the body or becoming like a crooked nail, we have set up a Wing Chun syllabus to develop ourselves so we can be safe and reach a high level.

  1. Tse Qigong Centre Warm Up – Level 1
  2. Siu Lim Tao
  3. Single Hand Chi Sau
  4. Double Hand Chi Sau
  5. Tsum Kiu
  6. 20 Chi Sau Techniques
  7. Wing Chun Seven Star footwork
  8. Chi Geuk (Sticking Leg)
  9. 20 Leg Techniques
  10. Biu Tze
  11. 30 Chi Sau Techniques
  12. Blind Folded Chi Sau
  13. Chi Sau on Table
  14. Plum Blossom Post Chi Sau
  15. Baat Jaam Dao
  16. Baat Jaam Dao against Staff
  17. Train the Wooden Dummy (Muk Yan Jong)
  18. Polish the Wooden Dummy (Muk Yan Jong)
  19. Hit the Wooden Dummy (Muk Yan Jong)
  20. One to more people
  21. Bare Hand to Weapon
  22. Six and Half Point Pole (Luk Dim Boon Guan)
  23. Pole against pole