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These are some commonly asked questions for people who is interested in Wing Chun. If you have other questions about Wing Chun or Our School, please feel free to contact us through Phone / Whatsapp or Email.
Is Wing Chun easy to learn?
Since the Wing Chun system doesn’t have a lot of moves, so it’s quite simple to learn. However, while you can learn the basic techniques quite quickly, you do have to train hard and have patient to master this art.Wing Chun is very different to other martial arts, it focus on relaxation and use of energy. The hardest thing lots of people find is to relax during a fight.
Do I need any martial art foundation?
Not at all, we will train each student step by step to make sure that they can understand and be able to apply each Wing Chun technique in a fight.
Any kicks in Wing Chun?
Yes! Wing Chun is a completed martial art system so it does have kick techniques. However the power that can be generated from a Wing Chun kick can cause great damage to opponent and it’s more complex to learn than hand techniques, so students will first need to master the hand techniques before they can learn kicks in Wing Chun.
How many forms in Wing Chun?
There are 3 major forms (Siu Lim Tau, Chum Kiu & Biu Ji) which included all the Wing Chun techniques, plus 1 Wooden Dummy (Muk Yan Jong) form and 2 Weapon forms – Eight Cut Sword (Baat Jam Dao) & Six and a Half Point Pole (Luk Dim Boon Gwan).
Suitable for women?
Absolutely Yes! Since Wing Chun System was originally invented by a Lady called Yim Wing Chun, practitioner doesnt’ have to be physically strong, it focuses on relaxation and uses your opponent’s force against oneself, so it’s absolutely suitable for female practitioners.
Easy to get injured?
Like any other sports, there’s chance to get injured. That’s why students will first need to learn how to relax and be able to control himself when they started learning Wing Chun.