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Traditional Wing Chun Baltimore
6721 Harford Road
Monday, Wednesday, & Friday 8:00 PM - 9:30PM
Traditional Wing Chun in the Park
11701 Eastern Ave
Chase ,Maryland 21220
Sunday 10:00 AM-2:00 PM
Fundamentals of Wing Chun
This course focuses on the fundamental principles of Traditional Wing Chun. Each student will learn to understand that Traditional Wing Chun is based on science and intellect. This is accomplished by teaching the student key principles related to bio-mechanics, neuromuscular reactions, kinesthetics, and human anatomy. They will also hone their coordination, concentration, balance, symmetry, and mobility. The course is taught at a pace relative to the student’s ability to learn with each concept being thoroughly explained & practiced. The course also touches on the basics of therapeutic healing.
Principles of Defense
This course teaches the individual not to be afraid of punches & kicks. Once you remove your fear of physical attack all uncertainty of the unknown is discarded. Bruce Lee said “Don’t be afraid or nervous, concentrate on the matter at hand. Not the outcome, and pinpoint the key factor.” You will learn to get past the fist and feet.
Theraputic Meridian Healing
This involves learning about how the body’s electrical circuitry works according with the organs and bowels. You will learn what organs and bowels go with each other and how the body works with chi energy to keep healthy. Each meridian is a electrical current that flows from finger tips to the toes. The brain is the battery and the heart is the capacitor. You will learn how to self-heal momentary to keep healthy while training is constant
Strategies of Defense
In combat or warfare it is always best to have a strategy. Warfare is like chess. But then it becomes competitive. You will have a victor and a loser. So in competition it was said that the best defense is an offense. My master told me the profound principle when attacking, always have a defense first. It always works for me. But this course shows how you must always apply principles before technique.
Sparring / Combat/ Fighting
This course involves using movements of striking and kicking in motion. You will find that most of your power & techniques become hard to do because of mobility. It’s easy to apply a technique or hit with power in a stationary position. You will lean how to distribute your weight while moving to execute your combat, sparring, and fighting maneuvers more effectively
Disarming of Weapons
This course shows the reality of disarming of knives and other edge weapons and wooden weapons with the principles of knowing that you will get cut or hit. The important part is where to get cut or hit and how to control and take the weapon away. You will lean the most efficient way of manipulating the weapon and who controlling the weapon.
Points of Attacks
This course shows how and what weapons to use to attack the organs, bowels, cavity holes, seal the vein, seal the electrical meridian points, breaking of the bones, sealing the chi energy and attacking optical resolution. It also teaches how to regulate your opponent’s blood to cause dysfunction in the heart & brain (highly classified information for Instructors only!!)
This course has the most comprehensive principles known to man. Its concepts are profound and realistic. Seeing Is believing. The techniques are remarkable from the Abbott’s & Sages of the Shaolin Temple
Woody Man Dummy (Mook Yan Jong)
The dummy is a training aid or partner that represents a man from the shoulders to the elbows. It has three arms – two up top, one in the middle and a middle leg with a knee, shin and calf. It comes with 108 movements of the three forms of wing chun. The dummy conditions the arms and forms accurate strikes of the hands as weapons
Eight Slash Butterfly Swords (Bart Jarm Dao)
These twins’ short swords invented by the Abbott’s of Shaolin are invincible because of their ability to rotate inside and outside the arms. The monks didn’t favor killing so they only cripple or maim their opponents by attacking the four limbs and 8 moveable joints. With the precise footwork of the wing chun system the butterfly swords enhance your speed, balance, and footwork along with using two limbs at the same time