Program

The diverse range of motions in Siu Lam Wing Chun are based on the forms These forms include all the actions of our weaponless fighting system. In learning the forms, one forms oneself as a fighter.

Saam Baai Fat

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

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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

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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

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Muk Jan Zong

Wooden Dummy The wooden dummies, modeled after a human being, is an elementary and perfect training device at Siu Lam Wing Chun. Dummy training not only promotes impact and foot

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Gwan Paai

Parts of the Siu Lam Wing Chun have their origin in the curriculum of the Tang Family and that includes a unique training device, the longpole dummy. The longpole techniques

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Free trial trainings are available during the following events and are suitable for beginners. Choose a date for further informations and registration.

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The diverse partner exercises of Siu Lam Wing Chun Kung Fu have always been based on real combat situations and convey the principles and concepts for successful self defence.

Partner Form

In the older Kung Fu styles, the movement sequences are not passed on by the hand forms alone. Partner forms, deepen and consolidate what we have learned and ensure that

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Ci Sau

The Ci Sau exercise improves Infight skills and promotes control and speed. Often, Ci Sau is considered synonymous with Wing Chun, and many people assume they can fight with Ci

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Daa Saam Sing

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

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Jik Gan Ging

Sequence of the Jik Gan Ging 14 The golden turtle The hug Holding the golden bowl The bunny from Jade bathes in the sun The Little Elixir Field – Getting

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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 Chi Flow, they: Strengthen the respiratory organs and

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We adapt our lessons to the needs of each individual. Our exercises correspond to each student’s level and are chosen to achieve maximum success in a short period of time. We focus on the effective application of Siu Lam Wing Chun in a wide range of situations.

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Boxing

Siu Lam Wing Chun Kyun is the name of our martial art. Translated, this means “The Fistfight of Everlasting Spring from the Shaolin Temple.” Boxing Sports Boxing is a widely

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Kicking

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 (Wu Shu) from

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Grappling

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 happening and it

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Groundfight

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 self defence situations

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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

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Longpole

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

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Kids Training

In our groups of schoolchildren, the children train in an age-mixed way. This has the advantage that the younger children can learn from the older ones and orient themselves on

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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

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Tang Syun

Part of the Audio Recording¹ of GM Tang Yik from the 1960s. Translation from Cantonese: Janet Yuen, Jennifer Kronovet and Peter Scholz. For a better understanding we reconstructed some year dates according

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Zi Sin

The exact location of the Southern Shaolin Temple is unclear, but the temple is said to have been located in the province of Fujian or Guangdong. At that time there

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Yeung Tim

Part of the Audio Recording of GM Tang Yik from the 1960s. Translation from Cantonese: Janet Yuen Yeung Tim, a Wing Chun practitioner, was a student of Zi Sin‘s lineage.

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