Contents Wing Chun

 

Wing Chun contents:

 

After many years of exploring and studying different disciplines of Kung Fu, a new style was created, Wing Chun. The scrutiny during its development has engendered superiority in the combat, which therefore resulted in a very complex cluster of motoric and physical exercises, theoretical studies and meditation discipline. Due to its complexity and extensive content, our predecessors had to find the most effective and appropriate way to teach Wing Chun, within a decent period of time during the Manchu ruling regime.

Hence, Wing Chun was divided in several different set of exercises and forms of practice:

 

Three basic forms:

 

Shil Lim Tao Form - Little Idea Form

Chum Kill Form - Bridge Seeking Form

Bil Gee Form - Thrusting Fingers Form

 

Muk Yan Jong - Wooden Dummy Form and Applications

Lok Dim Book Kwun - Six and a Half Strike Dragon Pole

Bart Chum Dao - The Eight Slashing Broadsword Form

Chi Sao - Sticky hands Exercise

 

Theory studies:

 

Yin - Yang Philosophy

Wu Xing - Five Elements Theory

Traditional Chinese Medicine

Taoism - Philosophy

Sun Tzu - Art of War