Originally developed by a woman, it relies on developing leverage and sensitivity rather than muscular strength to overcome an opponent. Wing Chun’s specialty is in close contact combat, using quick punches and kicks with a tight defense, coordinated through agile stances and footwork for a quick advance.
While Traditional Wing Chun offers practitioners practical combat skills, it is also a very effective form or self-defense. It also teaches you how to accept, analyze and understand other ideas and philosophies.
With continued time in the art, students will develop confidence and problem solving skills to deal with not just self-defense situations, but also stressful situations in their daily lives.