What is wing chun gung fu?
In simple terms wing chun is a system of self defence which is very direct and to the point.
Do I need to be fit?
No , but with regular training you will become healthier in mind and body which will possibly encourage you to get fit.
Is it good for women?
Yes, wing chun was devised by a woman, so rather than fighting strength against strength, we use our stance / structure and body positioning to redirect force and overcome strength & produce force.
Are there competitions?
No, wing chun is not a sport, training is specifically for self defence and personal growth.
Is there gradings?
No, time and experience will produce understanding and quality.
Will it help me Relax?
In time, again with regular training, Wing chun is most effective when mind and body are relaxed, the mind stays calm and centred whilst the body reacts how it needs to at that moment in time.
I have trained in Wing Chun with another club, is this a problem?
No, Concepts is a refuge for lost wing chun practitioners, and all experience is welcome.
How long will it take for me to become competent?
How big is the universe? Wing chun is a journey and with dedicated training it does not take long to become a proficient practitioner. However the more you get into the art the more you realise how much more there is to learn, about the art and yourself, which goes beyond fighting and self defence.
All training is carried out in a fun and friendly atmosphere, working together to help improve our skills, knowledge and personal development.
To attain knowledge, gain something every day To attain wisdom, lose something every day ( Tao te ching )
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