Training


Ving Tsun includes everything that you need for fighting. The system doesn’t require any special acrobatic skills, but pursues the goal of immobilising and putting the enemy out of action in a simple manner and shortest period of time.

Forms

The forms in wing Chun are a set routine of techniques, practiced solo, specifically designed to develop a certain behaviour, concepts and principles and act as a point of reference for the practitioner.

Wing Chun has 3 empty hand forms:

Sil Lim Tao (Young Idea)

Is a group of all Ving-Tsun moves and is the basis for all other following forms.

Chum Kiu (Seeking the Bridge)

Trains combinations of moves, turns, kicks and steps and serves the purpose to defeat the enemy with simple tools.

Biu Gee (Pointing Fingers)

You learn this form to escape from apparent hopeless situations. Amongst other things this form includes fighting strategies that allows you to protect yourself against multiple enemies.

Other Training Forms and Equipment

Mook Yan Jong (The Wooden Dummy)

Another important part of the Ving Tsun system focusing on how to correct / fighting positions. Furthermore the timing and simultaneity of defense and attack and also the stepping techniques are improved.

Long pole and the double broadswords forms

The Ving Tsun training also contains handling with weapons in the fight.

Chi Sau  – Development of the Punch

Alongside the second form every student starts with the Chi-Sao training. It is a special  training exercise that develops the reflexes, speed and determination to develop immediate and precise reactions. You find this special training only in Ving Tsun Kung Fu.