What is Wing Chun?
It is an excellent self-defense system, but it is so much more than that. Beyond combative techniques and defenses, Wing Chun has a mental, almost spiritual quality. It teaches you how to calm your thoughts, how to focus and center your everyday life.
Robert Downey Jr. said, “Wing Chun teaches you what to concentrate on, whether you’re here or out in the world dealing with problems. It’s second nature to me now. I don’t even get to the point where there’s a problem.”
Mr. Downey, and many others, credit Wing Chun with saving his life – not in some physical street fight, but in helping to pull his life together against the battle of his inner demons.
Who can take Wing Chun?
Mature teens and folk well past their 60s can learn Wing Chun. Do not think you are too old, too out of shape, or that you need some sort of pre-training. The only way to learn is to start, even if you have never tried any sort of Martial Art before. While brutal in its use, the training is soft and controlled.
Wing Chun affects the lives of millions. Not just as a self-defense system or art. Not only as a way to get exercise and maintain their physical health. For all of them Wing Chun is a part of their lives. Wing Chun is a way to cut through the choppy…
The Centerline Theory is crucial in Wing Chun. It is the concept that all the primary targets, eyes, throat, solar plexus, and groin, are in line down the center of the body. As such, we should maintain guard of the center of our bodies. When two opponents are Face-to-Face, the…