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Self defense with Siu Lam Wing Chun »

The lessons are always customized to the needs of each individual. The exercises always correspond to the personal level of the student and are designed to achieve maximum success in a short time. The focus is always on the effective application of Siu Lam Wing Chun in a variety of situations.


Kids Training

In our groups of schoolchildren, the children train in a mixed age group. This has the advantage that the younger children can learn from the older ones and take their cue from them, while the older ones act as role models in their respective roles. Responsible for the training is our team of martial arts/budo/educators (BA), physiotherapist, educationalist. In order

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Youth training

Prerequisite The will to learn Kung Fu and the willingness to invest time, vim and energy. The transition from children’s to youth training is optimal. Duration 90 minutes to ensure effective and efficient training, twice a week; In addition, the older adolescents from the age of 17 have the opportunity to participate in selected adult training units, which makes it

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The varied partner exercises of Siu Lam Wing Chun Kung Fu have always been based on real combat situations and teach the principles and concepts for successful self-defense.

Partner form

In the kung fu training of older styles such as Wing Chun, hand forms teach movement sequences. Partner forms also play an important role in deepening and

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Ci Sau

In the West, the spelling “Chi Sao” is often used. In our region, however, we prefer the spelling “Ci Sau” as it is closer to the actual

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Daa Saam Sing

Daa Saam Sing (Three Star Striking) is a common method in many Kung Fu styles to increase stubbornness, endurance and hand-foot coordination. In Siu Lam Wing Chun,

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Siu Lam Wing Chun Kyun is the name of our martial art. Translated, it means “The Fist Fight of the Perpetual Spring from Shaolin Temple”. Box sport Boxing as such is a widespread and effective system of fistfighting, which in the sporting field is aimed at scoring the most effective hits possible in several rounds lasting several minutes, or defeating the opponent by a knockout. Self defense: Questions and answers Created for self defense Boxing (striking) in the field of self-defense knows no rounds, no referees, no stopping by

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As a martial art with a South Chinese origin (Kung Fu), the main focus of the Siu Lam Wing Chun is on the fistfight. The martial art

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This is about the application and defence of grip, holding and leveraging techniques and throws. In physical confrontation, grappling can have an deescalating effect on what is

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In self defence situations, groundfight must be avoided in any case. Still, groundfight experience can have a positive effect on the outcome of a physical altercation. Many

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The diverse range of actions of a Siu Lam Wing Chun practitioner is based on form training. The forms include all aspects of unarmed fighting and here the practitioner forms himself.

Muk Jan Zong

Wooden Dummy The wooden dummy, modeled after a human being, is an elementary and perfect training tool in Siu Lam Wing Chun. Dummy training not only develops

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Gwan Paai

Siu Lam Wing Chun originated in the Tang family curriculum and includes a unique training tool, the longpole wooden dummy. On it the longpole techniques are trained,

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Saam Baai Fat

Saam Baai Fat means “Three bows to Buddha.” The form combines the hand techniques of Siu Lam Wing Chun with the basic foot work of Southern Chinese

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Wing Chun Kyun

The Wing Chun Kyun hand form is the core of the martial art and at the same time its eponym: Wing Chun Kyun, the everlasting spring fistfighting. The form consists of eleven parts, each with a focus on a specific combat situation. All hand techniques of the Siu Lam Wing Chun are included and, if executed correctly, structure and power

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Soeng Gung

The Soeng Gung (Double Force) originated from Yeung Tim and entered the curriculum of the Tang Family via Tang Pok. The form combines the hand techniques with the special footwork of the Siu Lam Wing Chun and teaches structure and power transmission, speed and softness. It includes training of coordination in space in the eight directions and is an excellent

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Jik Gan Ging

A special form of Siu Lam Chi Kung (Shaolin Qi Gong) is the school for the transformation of tendons and ligaments. The connective tissue, which has become fashionable, has been trained here for a long time. This ancient form of Chi Kung is part

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Baat Dyun Gam

The Brocade Hands (Baat Dyun Gam, Ba Duan Jin)  or Eight Noble Exercises have an impressive effect on health and stimulate the flow of Chi. These Siu Lam Chi Kung exercises … strengthen the respiratory organs and limbs, the joints become more

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Double Knives

The double knives (Soeng Dou) are an important practice weapon in the Siu Lam Wing Chun Kung Fu. Building on the use of the short sticks with which this special training begins, a variety of partner exercises are practiced. The concepts that distinguish the martial art are evident in use with this

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Origin of the longpole The longpole (Luk Dim Bun Gwan, 6.5 points Longpole) with its exceptional form is the specialty of the Tang Family. Parts of this form, however, are practiced in all Wing Chun styles. Due to their virtuosity, power and speed, the members of the Tang Family were called the

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