Level One

Wing Chun Kung Fu |Sui Lum Tao

Siu Nim Tau (little beginning idea) is the foundation of all Ving Tsun. This form contains the hand positions and movements of our system and promotes a relaxed energy. It also trains your "horse stance" to become a strong base, enabling a practitioner to use the whole body to generate power with every movement.

San Sik 1-10

The basic Wing Chun skill are derived from these 10 drills. These drills give the practitioner the basic skill necessary to further their training.

Ma Bo Stances

A moving stance work for developing rooting. This is a southern Shaolin moving stance form.

8 Diagram Pole

This is a Shaolin pole form taught along side eternal spring (wing chun)

Level Two

Wing Chun | Chun Kiu

Chum Kiu (seeking the bridge) continues to train your horse and adds movement with the idea of creating a “bridge” or connection with your opponent. Timing, coordination and balance are very important. In this form, the Ving Tsun student learns about changing centerline.

Bong Fa Sau Drills

This drills set teaches the practitioner how further develop the bridge and thereby learning how to destroy the opponents bridge.

Two Man Fighting Set 1-10

The Two Man fighting set is unique to our lineage and is very rare. This advanced drill set teaches the practitioner how to properly apply all that he has learned from all three hand forms, dummy form, as well as Chi Sau, and individual drills. This set included advanced and superior footwork skill that includes Chi Geurk or sticky foot applications.

Chi Sau Drills

Two Man Fighting Set 11-19

The Two Man fighting set is unique to our lineage and is very rare. This advanced drill set teaches the practitioner how to properly apply all that he has learned from all three hand forms, dummy form, as well as Chi Sau, and individual drills. This set included advanced and superior footwork skill that includes Chi Geurk or sticky foot applications.

Chinese Broadsword

A traditional Chinese weapon.

Baat Jam Doa

Baat Jam Doa (Eight way chopping knives) is the final stage of one’s Ving Tsun training and represents mastery of the system.

Level Three

Wing Chun | Biu Tsz

Biu Jee (darting fingers) or “standard compass” concentrates on cutting back to centerline, just as the hand on a compass returns to pointing north. Biu Jee is sometimes said to contain emergency techniques that can be used to recover from a loss of centerline. This is the most advanced empty hand form in Ving Tsun and is taught after a student has a thorough understanding of Siu Nim Tau and Chum Kiu.

Wing Chun | Mook Jong

The Muk Yan Jong, otherwise known as the, “wooden dummy," is used to practice applied Ving Tsun.  An eight-part form consisting of 108 Ving Tsun techniques is taught to expert level practitioners.  The jong is not used to learn kung fu but to perfect it.

Two Man Fighting Set 20-30

This is the last ten of the fighting set. This last set is composed of the advanced footwork, kicking and chi gerk training.

Chinese Long Sword

Spear

A traditional Chinese weapon taught along side our system.