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If you are looking to learn a truly Effective Style of Fighting and Self Defense, then you are in the right place! Wing Chun Kung Fu is a truly unique martial arts training experience you will not want to miss.
Wing Chun is a close range combat kung fu and self-defense system and itís taught in a relaxed, fun and safe environment. Wing Chun is a amazing and beautiful kung fu style. It is one of the most practical martial art systems you can study. Wing Chun is a perfect art for the uncertainties of actual self-defense and combat. (a Ultimate style in womanís self-defense). The learning environment is one of cooperation, fun and excitement. There is no ego or competition. Everyone will learn at their own pace and supports each other.
You will be taught in detail the concepts and principles so you understand how to make this art effortlessly work for you. Wing Chun is such a powerful art, that you will not only become an exceptional martial artist and realistically will be able to defend yourself, but you will learn a set of tools to enhance the quality of your everyday life.
Wing Chun Kung Fu is a Chinese martial art system. Although its origins are shrouded in myth and legend, our oral tradition tells us that a woman named Ng Mui, who was a Buddhist nun, sometime during the Ching Dynasty before the American Revolution, developed the Wing Chun system.
She is said to have taught it to an orphan girl whom she named Wing Chun, a name that represented "hope for the future". Wing Chun in turn passed her knowledge on to her husband. Through the years the style became known as Wing Chun, its techniques and teachings were passed on to a few, always carefully selected students.
The earliest known historical figures who practiced Wing Chun were members of a Red Junk Opera Company, who toured by boat performing Chinese Opera. They introduced Wing Chun to a town in southern China called Fat San, where it was eventually taught to the legendary Sifu Yip Man.
It was he that was destined to teach Wing Chun publicly for the first time, and to lead the Wing Chun system from 1949 until his death in 1972. Today, Wing Chun is practiced internationally and has become one of the most popular styles of martial art in the world.