Traditional Wing Chun
The focus of Wing Chun Kung Fu is to develop physical, mental and spiritual awareness. These elements transcend you to a higher level of life. Self-awareness, self-respect, and a duty to serve should be the goal of life in every martial artist. Meditate on these principles and make peace on your study of Kung Fu, a way of life.
Wing Chun is a traditional Chinese martial art originating more than 300 years ago in southern China by the Buddhist nun Ngi Mui. The techniques that makeup Wing Chun primarily come from two animal styles of Shaolin Kung Fu; Snake and Crane. It is a swift and precise close range form of combat that disables and nullifies opponents with proper structure and alignment of the body to land devastating blows.
Traditional Wing Chun, is a specific lineage of Wing Chun deriving from Grandmaster Yip Man who passed the title of Grandmaster down to William Cheung.
QiGong, NeiGong, Bagua,
Xing I, Tai Chi
Here we will be exploring and sharing the various strength and conditioning practices that complement each art that we are teaching. All of these exercises will help develop the mental and physical foundations needed to develop a solid foundation for whatever art you choose to learn.
‘Wai’ means exterior or external, and ‘Nei’ means internal, and hidden. Energetic cultivation such as inner alchemy is taking place inside the body and mind of the practitioner. Through Waigong practices you begin to develop the Nei or internal understandings of movement and stillness. Some movements may look the same yet what is taking place mentally and energetically will dictate the difference of what you will be practicing.