Wing Chun is a simple, logical way of defending against assault by stronger attackers using skill rather than brute strength, simplicity rather than acrobatic movements and principles of movement rather than wrote learned reactions.
It is not necessary to be super fit, flexible or physically strong to have skill in Wing Chun; self defence should not rely on these things. Wing Chun is suited to every body and age.
Self defence basics can be learned in a relatively short time with comitment to regular training.
Wing Chun enhances quality of life and life skills with holistic gains complementary to self defence. Training benefits physical and mental health with:
- Relaxation - Sress release - Posture - Mind/body unity -
Correct biomechanical movement - Focus - Reflexes - Spacial awareness - Coordination - Exercise - Fun -
Stress relief - Self esteem - Motivation - Discipline - Achievement - Concentration - Tension taming - Social awareness - Confidence - Self awareness - Centering -
Wing Chun practice is fully supported by its concepts and principles.