Training of Wing Chun Kung Fu is based solely on an individualized approach, in small groups, without simplifying and without sacrificing quality for quantity. A method of teaching developed for years allows for the preparation of a fighter from scratch with the necessary skills for sports bouts and street fights (self-defense) in a short training time. No detail is too small in the training process, attention is paid to all aspects of training: special physical training, working with missiles, pair work, sparring training in protection and without it, and, of course, the study of formal systems.
All Wing Chun Kung Fu techniques, traditional for Chinese martial arts, are contained in the formal systems (Tao), they are studied in a strictly defined order.
Siu Lim Tao
In the first phase of training, the correct structure of the body is formed and the basic techniques of using your hands for attacking and defensive actions are studied. The "foundation" on which more sophisticated techniques will be developed in the future is laid. It also explores the main stances used in Wing Chun Kung Fu, the basic elements of techniques, basic exercises in Chi Sao.
At this stage the focus is on movement and kicking techniques. The tactics of conducting the fight are studied, all the basic methods of combat, including overturning, grips and clinches. Elbow and knee punching techniques are fully considered. Chi Sao and Chi Gerk techniques are considered in detail, as well as how these techniques work in a free duel. In fact it is at this stage that the Wing Chun fighter is developed, obtaining all the necessary knowledge and skills to confront any enemy action.
Techniques at this level include methods that allow the Wing Chun fighter to expand the boundaries of his possibilities. All the tactical and technical elements of Wing Chun that can successfully lead the fight seemingly in the most difficult situations are fully disclosed. Techniques that allow to harness the full power of counter-attacks are studied along with the use of force at very close distances and leading the fight aggressively and rapidly, without separating defensive and attacking movements.
Muk Yan Chong
This technique is performed on a special "Wooden dummy" simulator. This is one of the most important stages in the formation of mastery of Wing Chun. This technique is a very effective method for training inch effort and the strength of tendons, control of the power of the body, movements, all the techniques of kicks, balance, structure, position, coordination of the whole body, distance control, accuracy, technical skill, stiffness of the forearm, as well as rhythm, not to mention the proper techniques of Wing Chun.
Luk Dim Boon Kwun & Baat Jarm Dao
In Wing Chun Kung Fu there are techniques of working with two types of weapons: a technique with Luk Dim Boon Kwun and Baat Jarm Dao. According to tradition, the technique of work with Luk Dim Boon Kwun is borrowed from the Shaolin Kung Fu, and amended in accordance with the principles of Wing Chun Kung Fu. This technique extends the capabilities and nuances in the use of force, which significantly enriches the possibilities of the fighter.
The Baat Jarm Dao technique completes the training of the Wing Chun Kung Fu system. It contains all the technical elements of Wing Chun, reveals all the principles of transformation, giving complete freedom to use different techniques of melee and armed fighting.