Wing Chun Techniques Greensborough
Wing Chun is a Shaolin Martial Arts System designed to attack using the shortest path to the opponent’s targets.
Redirecting attacks without using force against force or brute strength is the primary goal of Wing Chun.
This style of combat allows the practitioner to use the abilities and skills learned well into old age.
Sifu Garry and Sifu Linda will assist you in developing a very high level of self defense skills.
Greensborough Wing Chun is a branch of Shaolin Jee Shin Wing Chun Association.
The Academy is located in the northern suburbs of Melbourne.
Sifu Garry and Linda Sigong has been involved with Wing Chun since 1986.
Garry and Linda have over 60 years of Wing Chun experience between them.
Training Wing Chun will improve your motor skills and coordination.
Wing Chun training will empower a Psychological confidence leading to Leadership Qualities.
Jee Shin Wing Chun System demonstrates basic Wing Chun Techniques for the Novice Practitioner and Senior Student.
The Practitioner will learn a variety of self defence techniques.
These techniques are very practical and can be adapted to any situation.
Wing Chun Chi Sao
Wooden dummy training and Chi Sao are unique to the wing chun system.
Wing Chun Chi Sao uses contact reflexes, relaxation and body control to deflect energy and balance.
Chi Sao finds the path with the least resistance along your Opponents center line.
Wing Chun has one goal. Attack and control the center line.
These skills enhance and improve close range reaction time and use close range attacks, including elbows and knees.
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Wing Chun Kung Fu Self Defense Techniques for Beginners.
Sifu Garry demonstrating wing chun techniques against a variety of punches.
Sifu Garry showing wing chun techniques against a front kick and then a round house kick.
Sifu Linda showing wing chun self defence techniques against various attacks.
Sifu Linda showing wing chun self defence techniques against stick attacks.
Sifu Linda showing wing chun self defence techniques against knife attacks.
Wing Chun Chi Sao
Sigong Garry and Sigong Linda demonstrating wing chun chi sao drills.
Chi Sao – Single arm parallel Arm – 8 point double arm Chi Sao
Cross leg, parallel arm Chi Sao – Single arm Cross arm/leg Chi Sao
Very effective, efficient and practical making it suitable for anyone.
Wing Chun self defence can be used after your first wing chun class.
I trained Wing Chun for 9 years. The last 6 years full time.
Yes. Government Accredited Sports Coaching Instructor Courses and Diploma in Traditional Wing Chun.