Wing Chun Day
A great opportunity to invest in a day of fully fledger wing chun. A day to learn from the few martial artists that have spent their time wisely investing in the future of Wing Chun. Brought to you on this day will not only be an indepth knowledge of Wing Chun but also a means of self awareness, self confidence and self determination. Come and enjoy
wing Chun Day Please come and join us in Leicester to take part in a fun day of in depth understanding behind the concepts of your beloved martial art. This is a day of participation, learning and expanding the art of Martial arts. It is not and should not be closed to those who only participate in Wing Chun. Wing Chun is a martial art and like many others it has donated its techiniqes to other styles. However unlike many others its techniques are simple and pure. The door should be open to learning. Come and gather from those that know. We will have three wooden dummies set up on the day for those that would like to either show off their techniques or learn from those that think they know better. Learning is sharing. Come and join in the fun. Wing Chun Day
Alan Gibson formed The Wing Chun Federation in 1990. The federation's objective is to teach Wing Chun Kung Fu in a relaxed and accessible manner, where emphasis is placed on good technique and personal development. Wing Chun can be simply learnt by commitment and patience and a high level of proficiency can be obtained quickly and with ease.
Sifu Shaun Rawcliffe Established the the Midlands Wing Chun Kuen in 1982 which teaches traditional Wing Chun as taught by Wing Chun's Grandmaster Ip Chun , eldest son and senior student of the late Grandmaster Yip Man in Hong Kong.
Alan Orr finds it his greatest pleasure to share with you some of his experiences whilst travelling his path and has been very fortunate to train with some great teachers, each one in the top of their field. This has given him an insight into Martial Arts and Healing, which he feels has changed his life in direction and quality. It is his hope that this day (to be taken and used) will help like minded people to become more informed of the great potential for learning and growth that we all have within us.
Paul Smith has been training in martial arts for over 30 years, gaining a 4th degree Black Sash in Wing Chun, 1st degree Black Belt in Rapid Arnis and a 1st Dan in Shotokan Karate. He has also won 5 British titles in full-contact fighting and was a class winner in the 2004 Mr Scotland Body Building competition.