Wing Chun Kung Fu in Greensborough School teaches Traditional Wing Chun, Wing Chun Kung Fu for Children Medical Qigong, Meditation and Breathing Exercise Workshops and Martial Arts Sports Coaching for the Career Minded Individual.
Sifu Garry Baniecki and Sifu Linda Baniecki are grand students of the late Grand Master Yip Man and are 5th generation lineage holders from the legendary Dr. Leung Jan, “king of wing chun”, who taught wing chun kung fu in southern China, between 1850 and 1900.
The Greensborough wing chun martial arts academy was established in 1995 and is situated at 24 Lorimer St Greensborough. The Greensborough martial arts academy teaches traditional wing chun system, wing chun techniques, wing chun forms, wing chun kung fu for children, wooden dummy training, wing chun chi sao, medical qigong, hard qigong, wing chun self defense and martial arts sports coaching in Melbourne for persons wanting to pursue a career in Martial Arts and Fitness.
Greensborough Wing Chun is a Government Accredited Training Center, offering martial arts and fitness training to the general public and Government Accredited courses for those seeking a career in Martial Arts.
Wing Chun Kung Fu has unique training methods developing Dim Mak pressure point attacking and manipulation, Wooden Dummy cultivation, Chi Sao, contact reflex training and developing Chi power for pressure point attacking.
The principles of Wing Chun Kung Fu make it a very practical and common sense fighting and self defense system.
For Training Times in Wing Chun. Please register for your first free trial class.
Train and study Traditional Wing Chun Kung Fu in a Friendly, Helpful and Safe Environment.
Wing Chun Kung Fu Greensborough Martial Arts Centre is a branch of the Shaolin Jee Shun Wing Chun Association, teaching Traditional Wing Chun, Qigong in Melbourne Meditation Classes, Wing Chun Kung Fu for Children and Martial Arts Sports Coaching in Melbourne for those wanting to pursue a Career in Martial Arts and Fitness.
Wing Chun Kung Fu Greensborough conducts wing chun grading every three months so a Students can progress through the wing chun system in a sensible and practical time frame without sacrificing his/her skill level in self defence, wing chun forms, wooden dummy and general wing chun techniques.
|Monday||6.00pm – 7.30pm|
|Tuesday||12 noon – 1.45pm, 3.00pm – 4.30pm, 6.00pm – 7.30pm, 7.30pm – 8.45pm|
|Wednesday||6.00pm – 7.30pm|
|Thursday||6.00pm – 7.30pm, 7.30pm – 8.45pm|
|Saturday||12 noon – 1.45pm|
|Sunday||12 noon – 1.30pm|
Annual membership $99.00
There are weekly, fortnightly, monthly and per class costs – Ring 0401 530 643 for details
Monthly Fee gives you up to 4 wing chun classes per week, plus 1 FREE circuit training class on Sundays, if interested in fitness training
The Greensborough Train Station is located on the east side of the Shopping Plaza.
Bus services run to and from the Town’s center.
Students wanting to teach internally need only to complete the Association’s grading structure.
When new members purchase a uniform it will include your white Sash.
The Wooden Dummy emerged as a wing chun training tool in southern China from the late 1800’s.
As an Individual progress through the wing chun system the wooden dummy moves are trained in parallel with the wing chun forms and wing chun techniques.
Wing Chun Wooden Dummy training develops bridging gap concepts, seeking the bridge along the center line, shows correct execution of techniques, proper positioning relative to an opponent, coordination and footwork, kicking, arm and leg conditioning, develops forward intention and sticking, interrupt ability, focus and fighting strategies.
Practitioners starting Wing Chun Wooden Dummy training can benefit from the wooden dummy without unnecessary risk of injury as long as they are patient and cautious during the early stages of their training. The correct method of wooden dummy training is to make light contact until the body is sufficiently conditioned.
The ultimate goal of Wing Chun Wooden Dummy training is to establish a good basic skill set you can tap into when you train with a live partner. That will enable you to respond with the right movements and principles without undue thought.
Wing Chun Wooden Dummy Training consists of training 108 sets on the wooden dummy, practicing the wooden dummy sets in the Air as a wing chun form plus training the wooden dummy sets with a partner to create a continuous fighting sequence from start to finish.
Wooden Dummy exercises are essentially a sequence of movements in which the Practitioner reacts spontaneously to the Dummy and its attacks.
Without the right degree of concentration your practice could become a thoughtless exercise. Try not to anticipate what is coming next.
Since Wooden Dummy movements are preset, it becomes easy just to move. Don’t let your workout become too mechanical.
Move slowly at first, and practice your form and structure until you deliver several flawless exercises with not one misplaced strike or block. Once you have correct movement and placement at the right time with the right flow then you can start moving faster. if you cannot do the form slow, you won’t be able to perform fast.
The Wooden Dummy is very unforgiving. if you hit it wrong, especially with bone on wrist, you will learn how important correct body position and placement is.
Wing Chun Chi Sao or Sticking Hands is and advanced Wing Chun Kung Fu training concept. Wing Chun Chi Sao develops close range fighting skills and sensitivity, enhances close range eye efficiency and quickens contact reflexes.
Contact reflexes can be 3 to 5 times quicker in response than the reactions from the eyes. Eye reaction time varies from .03 to around 1.0 second, whereas contact reflexes take between 0.15 to around .03 seconds to react. Hence we can see the advantages of learning and developing this unique skill.
Wing Chun Kung Fu Chi Sao teaches us to find openings by flowing with forward intention (chi or energy) through the point of contact, when the arms of both participants touch, to find the path with the least through the opponents guard along the center line.
Wing Chun Chi Sao develops such sensitivity and quick reaction to deliver dim mak strikes along the center line without fighting force against force.
At the point of contact an opponent’s intended move is transmitted as a vibration and our response is a contact reflex action.
Also, when an opponent makes contact through a block their intention can be sensed through directional forces. Force can only travel in one direction and any one time. At the point of contact the force can remain stationary, so we deal with it. The force can push forward so we will yield to it. The force can retract, so we will follow or stick to it and the force can push of the center line, therefore we will go around it as not to fight the force.
Wing Chun Kung Fu Chi Sao is not a style or method of fighting, but merely an efficient tool or implement used to enhance close range combat prowess.