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How to Punch

The centreline punch is the defining martial arts technique of Wing Chun Kung Fu. Punches are delivered in fast successive flurries, with the elbow pulled in and close to the body for support and structure. Indeed, the Wing Chun punch is a structure supported by the weight of the practitioner.

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Returning Energy

On first sight of the Chum Kiu Form (2nd form), one will notice that the practitioner spends a considerable amount of time turning on the spot. Indeed, the Chuen Ma, or Turning Stance, is another unique and vital element in the Wing Chun Kung Fu system. Normally, Chuen Ma is applied in response to an attacker pressing in towards the fighter's Centre Line. The effect is that the attacker is deflected to the side.

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What our students say about us

In the 6 years I have trained in Wing Chun Kung Fu, I have developed on 3 levels. Physically I have become fitter, stronger and healthier. Mentally I have become more self-disciplined, more focused, more determined and more ambitious.

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Wing Chun Characteristics & Principles.

Wing Chun is not simply just a collection of unrelated ideas and martial arts techniques. It has a core set of guiding principles. This keeps this martial art a pure and integrated fighting system, while allowing direction for refinement during training that is consistent with its principles. These guiding principles are maintained with practice of the Wing Chun forms and are part of the reason for Wing Chun 's uniquely scientific and logical approach to martial arts and self defence.

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