Wing Chun's techniques are based on natural body movements which are simple and easy to apply.
The principle of directness originates from Wing Chun's Centreline Theory, which allows the Wing Chun exponent to attack and defend in one movement by striking down the centreline. This makes the Wing Chun exponent fast and efficient, which is crucial to realistic self defence, particularly when more than one attacker is involved.
Wing Chun is a realistic self defence system which can be used anywhere, any time and in any type of circumstance or clothing. The Wing Chun system emphasises efficiency over variety and does not use showy or theatrical movements. It can be applied in any self defence situation; even in an unexpected situation involving multiple attackers wielding weapons.
Economy of Movement
Wing Chun uses short, sharp movements to attack and defend. This allows the Wing Chun exponent to be effective, even in a cramped environment. It also allows the Wing Chun exponent to conserve energy to engage other attackers if necessary.
Minimum Use of Brute Strength
Wing Chun's non-reliance on brute strength allows the Wing Chun exponent to overcome larger and stronger opponents with relative ease. It also teaches them to maximise their body weight in all movements, which allows the Wing Chun exponent to generate greater striking power than their muscles alone could ever generate.
WING CHUN KUNG FU LONDON
Wing Chun Kung Fu London being so centrally located in
Fitness First Broadgate,
London EC2M 2QS,
it offers a great opportunity and ease of access to London's part and full time workers and local residents who would like to learn full on Wing Chun, simply spend some time learning the basics of self defence or relaxation.
WING CHUN RULES OF CONDUCT
- Remain disciplined - Conduct yourself ethically as a martial artist
- Practice courtesy and righteousness - Serve the society and respect your elders
- Love your fellow students - Be united and avoid conflicts
- Limit your desires and pursuit of bodily pleasures - Preserve the proper spirit
- Train diligently - Maintain your skills
- Learn to develop spiritual tranquility - Abstain from arguments and fights
- Participate in society - Be moderate and gentle in your manners
- Help the weak and the very young - Use martial skills for the good of humanity