Better – Not Warrior

Wing Chun, The Eternal Spring, has never been concerned with building warriors.

It does not focus on creating beast-like war machines. Certainly, many in its history have been ring worthy champions. Leung Jan – Mr. Jan from Foshan – is touted with being a ring champion. However, he did not get that nickname from his contest battles. Instead, he received the moniker from his charitable medical practices.

Wing Chun is taught to Special Forces, SWAT and Police teams, among others. Its use is a means to improve the performance and efficiency of the team and its members.

Wing Chun’s goal is to help a person be better than they were the day before. It helps a person find their center. It provides the confidence to handle situations that arise, and the awareness to avoid them. Wing Chun helps a person improve their overall health, both physical and mental.

Layperson and fighter can use the concepts and techniques in Wing Chun. Beast building is a personal choice. In all cases, Wing Chun helps you to be a better you.

It’s Wing Chun – Relax.

Sifu

About Sifu

I teach Wing Chun, both traditional and practical, at KDA Karate Academy. I have a Bachelor of Media Arts degree from USC. I have been an Audio Producer / Engineer, a Law Office Manager. In addition to being a Martial Arts Instructor, I am an author. My new book, "Astro Boy, Sensei, and Me" is available now, as is my Sci-Fi joy ride, "On a Sphere's Edge".

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