Self Defence

The students explore the unarmed fight at five distances. To learn to handle a self defence situation, we first start from a zero distance – without contact. Afterwards the kicking distance – only kicks are possible. After that the punching distance – possibility to beat, grappling – clasps and throws, finally down to groundfight – both partners are on the ground. The techniques and strategies are considered separately first, later, in the practice situation, we bridge the distances to bring down the attacker.

More and more there is a transfer from form training to unarmed fight. After that the hand form is being revised and updated on the basis of application and experience.

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Boxing

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

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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

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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

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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

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Free trial trainings are available during the following events. Select one for further information and register.

Upcoming Events

Mon 21

Kids Kung Fu 6-11 Years

21. January @ 17:00 - 18:30
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Free
Mon 21

Unarmed Fighting / Boxing

21. January @ 19:00 - 21:30
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Free
Tue 22

Chi Kung

22. January @ 9:00 - 10:00
Tue 22

Kids Kung Fu 3-5 Years

22. January @ 16:00 - 17:00
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Free
Tue 22

Youth Kung Fu 12-17 Years

22. January @ 17:00 - 18:30
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Free

Further Topics

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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 work, but also sensitivity, alignment and infight skills. We learn

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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 the Southern Chinese Kung Fu. The form was originally taken by Wong Lou Zo and

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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

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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 the new is transformed into ready-to-use skills. In order to

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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 Sau. However, it is simply an exercise that focuses solely

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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

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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

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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

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Double Knife

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

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Double Knife

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

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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,

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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 them, the older ones act as models in their respective

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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

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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

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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:

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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 limbs, The joints become more mobile, The sense of balance

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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 the Moon Out of the Sea The Immortal Crane stretches

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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:

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Yeung Tim

According to tradition, Yeung Tim was a pupil of Zi Sin. He lived in Da Ji Wi in Foshan. He had no children, he lived alone with his wife. Tang Syun knew he was very competent. How did he know

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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 were many Buddhist temples, almost each one had one or

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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

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Foshan - Bild Ⓒ Peter Scholz

Yeung Tim

According to tradition, Yeung Tim was a pupil of Zi Sin. He lived in Da Ji Wi in Foshan. He had no children, he lived

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