Your Training Options

Adult Classes

  • 2 hour sessions
  • Ego-free
  • High energy
  • No minimum term contract
  • 8 training methods
  • 4 week trial for £20
  • Suitable for beginners

Junior Classes

  • 1 hour sessions
  • Fun and energetic sessions
  • Self-defence applications
  • No minimum term contracts
  • Anti-bullying elements
  • Training ideas linked to school
  • Suitable for beginners

Private 1-2-1

  • 1, 1.5 or 2 hour options
  • Residential teaching
  • 100% attention
  • Technical details
  • Simultaneous attack and defence
  • Geometrical strength
  • Relaxed heavy power

 

Online Courses

  • Train at your leisure

  • Residential teaching

  • 100% attention

  • Technical details

  • Simultaneous attack and defence

  • Geometrical strength

  • Relaxed heavy power

 

We offer complete flexibility with many training options available, from separate adult and junior group classes to private 1-2-1 or small group sessions, including family sessions at our studio or residential if preferred and for convenience.

TRAINING BENEFITS

  • High energy sessions
  • Suitable for complete beginners
  • Friendly ego-free environment
  • No contract
  • Great value for value
  • Grow your confidence
  • Safety-measures
  • Boost cardiovascular
  • Strengthens core
  • Improve stretching and flexibility
  • Increase striking power
  • Build body precision with form practice
  • Increase your tactile responses
  • Develop reaction skills
  • Applied reality

Each student follows a core syllabus, step by step, through easy stages to learn this beautiful art of Wing Chun Kuen.

Evening classes are located throughout Surrey and South West London, servicing the following areas Kingston Upon Thames, Surbiton, Epsom & Ewell, Elmbridge & Esher, Cobham & Byfleet, Addlestone, Ashtead, Cheam, Chessington, Claygate, Epsom, Esher, Ewell, Hinchley Wood, Long Ditton, Stoneleigh, Sutton, Weybridge, Woking.

Training Wing Chun in classes is simple but also hard work; the Wing Chun Kuen learning process consists of the following aspects.

Fitness: Warm-up, stretching, core strengthening and cardiovascular exercises.

Striking Drills (Tool Sharpening): Using almost every body part as a potential weapon, your tools must remain sharp and develop muscle tone, speed, accuracy, and power.

Chi-Sao (Sticking hands): A tactile exercise to increase sensitivity; all students practise chi-sao because it heightens sensitivity; as a result, the student will deal with an opponent that blocks their attack or grabs their arms.

Forms: A series of tools and techniques practised for Stance, stepping, correct positioning, structure, and energy. More about the individual forms.

Form Applications: Exercises to instil a deeper understanding of each tool and technique; knowing the movements of a form are not enough; all students must understand what each tool/technique is used for.

Lat-Sao: A valuable part of training is to improve students’ tools, instil concepts, improve timing, and develop correct reactions.

Applied Reality: Using all aspects of a student’s training in real situations. There are many ways in which an attacker could attempt violence; you will practise many variations of attacks. These will be practised regularly to ensure effectiveness should you ever be unfortunate to be attacked and need to defend yourself.