Advanced Wing Chun Courses in London

Wing Chun International schools in London offer our new and existing students a way of progressing through there Wing Chun training at a faster pace than those of the basic student. The Advanced course does not delve into the Technical elements of Wing Chun system as that is for the journey of the Master student. However the advanced course does give a complete overview of the 12 student programmes. It allows you to take your training to a level past the basics and gives the average student the key skills that they are looking for from there Wing Chun Training.

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The Wing Chun International go here Advanced Course is designed to set you the student the goal of his/Her http://gratitudehouse.org/programs-services/admissions/phases-of-treatment/ 12th Student grade, this can be set from the start of your journey and in martial arts is the recommended method.

The Basic course to allow students to try Wing Chun before setting the goal of learning the http://jenniferblyth.com/wp-content/themes/spaceship_child/framework/timthumb.php?src=http://img.youtube.com.rosahimmelblau.com/img.php complete Wing Chun System, With in the 12 student grades you will find all of the material and understanding of the how the Wing Chun System in an applied manor and has been written so to help you decide if setting the goal to Master the Art of Wing Chun is the correct thing for you, The advanced course is not Technical understanding of Wing Chun but is how you apply your self quickly in Wing Chun.

  • SNT Form, Phase Two for the Siu Nim Tao Form is all about Development, there is no set requirements that can be written down for this and should be noted it is down to your instructor to highlight areas of improvement for this form.
  • Chum Kiu Form, Phase Two is about learning the skeleton of the second Form, the requirement to demonstrate back is Part 1 (1st Quarter) of the Chum Kiu Form only.
  • Lat Sao Programme 5 out of 8 whilst revisiting the 12 core points of the phase one programmes showing development.
  • Chi Sao Poon Sao Roll: To Demonstrate the start of the Poon Sao Roll (Two Hands working together) and including the 3 basic movements.
  • Footwork, There is no set footwork expectations for Phase two however students should be able to show steps 1 – 8 from the advanced foot work set, the emphasis is on the heel and toe line, Dynamic movement of the previous basic steps should now be shown.
  • Punching, Again students should now be able to show focus and power in all punches, the advanced punching set of 8 movements and a combination will be expected.
  • Sparring, Students should in phase two be able to demonstrate a free flowing ability of the Phase one programmes.
  • Theory: Point Theory, Sinking Elbow, Falling Step.
  • SNT Form, Phase Two for the Siu Nim Tao Form is all about Development, there is no set requirements that can be written down for this and should be noted it is down to your instructor to highlight areas of improvement for this form.
  • Chum Kiu Form, Phase Two is about learning the skeleton of the second Form, the requirement to demonstrate back is Part 2 (2nd Quarter) of the Chum Kiu Form only and an improvement of the 1st Quarter.
  • Lat Sao Programme 6 out of 8 whilst revisiting the 12 core points of the phase one programmes showing development.
  • Chi Sao Poon Sao Roll: An Improvement on the Grade 5 Material and the introduction of the Entry parts and Bridging Arm of both sides.
  • Footwork, There is no set footwork expectations for Phase two however students should be able to show steps 9 – 12 from the advanced foot work set, the emphasis is on the Push and Pull and the Abductor muscles, Dynamic movement of the previous basic steps should now be shown.
  • Punching, Again students should now be able to show focus and power in all punches, the advanced punching set of 8 movements and a combination will be expected.
  • Sparring, Students should in phase two be able to demonstrate a free flowing ability of the Phase one programmes in there sparring.
  • Theory: Nose to Nose, Bridging with the arms, Arms Move/Body Stays Still.
  • SNT Form, Phase Two for the Siu Nim Tao Form is all about Development, there is no set requirements that can be written down for this and should be noted it is down to your instructor to highlight areas of improvement for this form.
  • Chum Kiu Form, Phase Two is about learning the skeleton of the second Form, the requirement to demonstrate back is Part 3 (3rd Quarter) of the Chum Kiu Form only and an improvement of the 1st and 2nd Quarter.
  • Lat Sao Programme 7 out of 8, The student should demonstrate back a basic understanding of this programme and if being thrown, Tripped, Pulled and Pushed should include being able to land on the floor as softly as possible, Maintaining a grip on a throw/Attacking back whilst being Thrown and also using your body Mechanics during the throw, (This is a very hard programmes so a minimum expectation is looked for at this first stage of learning it.
  • Please note that a Throw must be executed otherwise you are demonstrating the Anti Grappling Programme
  • Chi Sao Poon Sao Roll: An Improvement on the Grade 5/6 Material and the introduction of the Wu Sao Defences and the Low Body Attack.
  • Footwork, There is no set footwork expectations for Phase two however students should be able to show steps 13 – 17 from the advanced foot work set, the emphasis is on the stepping in and falling back motions, Dynamic movement of the previous basic steps should now be shown.
  • Punching, Again students should now be able to show focus and power in all punches, the advanced punching set of 8 movements and a combination will be expected.
  • Sparring, Students should in phase two be able to demonstrate a free flowing ability of the Phase one programmes in there sparring.
  • Theory: Mirroring, Bridging with the legs, Arms stay still/Body moves.
  • SNT Form, Phase Two for the Siu Nim Tao Form is all about Development, there is no set requirements that can be written down for this and should be noted it is down to your instructor to highlight areas of improvement for this form.
  • Chum Kiu Form, Phase Two is about learning the skeleton of the second Form, the requirement to demonstrate back is Part 4 (4th Quarter) of the Chum Kiu Form only and an improvement of the 1st/2nd and 3rd Quarter.
  • Lat Sao Programme 8 out of 8, if Anti Ground, The student should demonstrate back a basic understanding of dealing with being taken to the floor, the emphasis is 90% getting back up of the floor in as a controlled manor as possible (This programme is not about fighting on the floor), Looking for your exit, Protecting your head/Body and keeping your Hands/Head out of Danger at all times.
  • Chi Sao Poon Sao Roll: An Improvement on the Grade 5/6 and 7 Material and the introduction of the inside Pak and Punch with the 3 Defence Movements as well as The Gwat Sao with Punch and the finish Trap Position.
  • Footwork, There is no set footwork expectations for Phase two however students should be able to show steps 18 – 24  from the advanced foot work set, the emphasis is on the stepping in and falling back motions, Dynamic movement of the previous basic steps should now be shown.
  • Punching, Again students should now be able to show focus and power in all punches, the advanced punching set of 8 movements and a combination will be expected.
  • Sparring, Students should in phase two be able to demonstrate a free flowing ability of the Phase one programmes in there sparring.
  • Theory: Stick at the Wrist, An Overview of explanation of The Wing Chun System.

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  • SNT Form, Phase Three for the Siu Nim Tao Form is all about Maintenance and that your standards do not slip whilst learning the Chum Kiu Form, there is no set requirements that can be written down for this and should be noted it is down to your instructor to highlight areas of improvement for this form as you should now be working towards your Technician Qualification.
  • Chum Kiu Form, Phase Three is about development of the second Form, Again there is no Set Requirements for this and is down to your instructor to high light areas of improvement in each quarter of the form, At this later stage of your Wing Chun Journey you should have reset your goal to achieve your Technician Qualification and therefore learning the Skeleton of the 3rd Form of the Wing Chun System called the Biu Tse Form, If you have not then you must maintain your focus on the first two forms only.
  • Lat Sao Programme 9 out of 12 and development of the 12 points of the Phase two programmes.
  • Chi Sao Poon Sao Roll: An Improvement on the Phase Two Material and showing back variations of the 1st Part of Chi Sao, Again there is no set material in this phase as Chi Sao is about Sensitivity and Feeling/Responding, This cannot be written down on a Website however as a guide you should be able to Start to lead the movements learnt in Phase two and when following from a senior student demonstrate the basic reactions taught by those movements.
  • NOTE, Students at this stage in there training should have reset there goal to Master the Art of Wing Chun and therefore be demonstrating back the Technician Material of the Subject of Chi Sao, if you as a student have not then to show a competent level of Skill with the material Given so far is plenty to keep you working on and improving on.
  • Footwork, There is no set footwork expectations for Phase three however students should be able to show steps 1 – 24  from the advanced foot work set fluently and now steps of the second half of the advanced steps section which are steps 25 – 28, Emphasis is on Body Movement control.
  • Punching, Again students should now be able to show focus and power in all punches, the advanced punching set of 8 movements and a combination will be expected.
  • Theory: Phase Three Theory is about being able to talk about all of the theories learnt so far, you as a senior students should now research and study these and explain how they fit within your normal daily classes and your life in general, An emphasis of the theory from the current Student Programme should be explained.
  • SNT Form, Phase Three for the Siu Nim Tao Form is all about Maintenance and that your standards do not slip whilst learning the Chum Kiu Form, there is no set requirements that can be written down for this and should be noted it is down to your instructor to highlight areas of improvement for this form as you should now be working towards your Technician Qualification.
  • Chum Kiu Form, Phase Three is about development of the second Form, Again there is no Set Requirements for this and is down to your instructor to high light areas of improvement in each quarter of the form, At this later stage of your Wing Chun Journey you should have reset your goal to achieve your Technician Qualification and therefore learning the Skeleton of the 3rd Form of the Wing Chun System called the Biu Tse Form, If you have not then you must maintain your focus on the first two forms only.
  • Lat Sao Programme 10 out of 12, if Multiple Assailants, Understanding the situation when there are Two or more attackers, Looking for your Exit, Positioning yourself, Dealing with one of the attackers at a time, using shields.
  • Chi Sao Poon Sao Roll: An Improvement on the Phase Two Material and showing back variations of the 1st Part of Chi Sao, Again there is no set material in this phase as Chi Sao is about Sensitivity and Feeling/Responding, This cannot be written down on a Website however as a guide you should be able to Start to lead the movements learnt in Phase two and when following from a senior student demonstrate the basic reactions taught by those movements.
  • NOTE, Students at this stage in there training should have reset there goal to Master the Art of Wing Chun and therefore be demonstrating back the Technician Material of the Subject of Chi Sao, if you as a student have not then to show a competent level of Skill with the material Given so far is plenty to keep you working on and improving on.
  • Footwork, There is no set footwork expectations for Phase three however students should be able to show steps 1 – 24  from the advanced foot work set fluently and now steps 25 – 28 of the second half of the advanced steps section which include steps 29 – 36, Emphasis is on Arm Movement and control.
  • Punching, Again students should now be able to show focus and power in all punches, the advanced punching set of 8 movements and a combination will be expected.
  • Theory: Phase Three Theory is about being able to talk about all of the theories learnt so far, you as a senior students should now research and study these and explain how they fit within your normal daily classes and your life in general, An emphasis of the theory from the current Student Programme should be explained.
  • SNT Form, Phase Three for the Siu Nim Tao Form is all about Maintenance and that your standards do not slip whilst learning the Chum Kiu Form, there is no set requirements that can be written down for this and should be noted it is down to your instructor to highlight areas of improvement for this form as you should now be working towards your Technician Qualification.
  • Chum Kiu Form, Phase Three is about development of the second Form, Again there is no Set Requirements for this and is down to your instructor to high light areas of improvement in each quarter of the form, At this later stage of your Wing Chun Journey you should have reset your goal to achieve your Technician Qualification and therefore learning the Skeleton of the 3rd Form of the Wing Chun System called the Biu Tse Form, If you have not then you must maintain your focus on the first two forms only.
  • Lat Sao Programme 11 out of 12, if Anti Weapons, Dealing with a attacker who is Armed n(Stick/Bat-Knife/Blade), Understanding Range, Hand Position, Inside and Outside gates, Slashing or Stabbing Movements from a standard 6 Point attack method, The ability to move on your feet and Focus on the attacker.
  • Chi Sao Poon Sao Roll: An Improvement on the Phase Two Material and showing back variations of the 1st Part of Chi Sao, Again there is no set material in this phase as Chi Sao is about Sensitivity and Feeling/Responding, This cannot be written down on a Website however as a guide you should be able to Start to lead the movements learnt in Phase two and when following from a senior student demonstrate the basic reactions taught by those movements.
  • NOTE, Students at this stage in there training should have reset there goal to Master the Art of Wing Chun and therefore be demonstrating back the Technician Material of the Subject of Chi Sao, if you as a student have not then to show a competent level of Skill with the material Given so far is plenty to keep you working on and improving on.
  • Footwork, There is no set footwork expectations for Phase three however students should be able to show steps 1 – 24  from the advanced foot work set fluently and now steps 25 – 36 of the second half of the advanced steps section which include steps 37 – 45, Emphasis is on these foot steps and Balance/control are a must.
  • Punching, Again students should now be able to show focus and power in all punches, the advanced punching set of 8 movements and a combination will be expected.
  • Theory: Phase Three Theory is about being able to talk about all of the theories learnt so far, you as a senior students should now research and study these and explain how they fit within your normal daily classes and your life in general, An emphasis of the theory from the current Student Programme should be explained.
  • SNT Form, Phase Three for the Siu Nim Tao Form is all about Maintenance and that your standards do not slip whilst learning the Chum Kiu Form, there is no set requirements that can be written down for this and should be noted it is down to your instructor to highlight areas of improvement for this form as you should now be working towards your Technician Qualification.
  • Chum Kiu Form, Phase Three is about development of the second Form, Again there is no Set Requirements for this and is down to your instructor to high light areas of improvement in each quarter of the form, At this later stage of your Wing Chun Journey you should have reset your goal to achieve your Technician Qualification and therefore learning the Skeleton of the 3rd Form of the Wing Chun System called the Biu Tse Form, If you have not then you must maintain your focus on the first two forms only.
  • Lat Sao Programme 12 out of 12, if Control and Restrain, A student should be able to demonstrate basic defences to attacks as given through the 12 student programmes and then how to defend in a controlled method without hurting the attackers where possible, this programme includes Controlling whilst standing, Walking and pinning to the ground.
  • Chi Sao Poon Sao Roll: An Improvement on the Phase Two Material and showing back variations of the 1st Part of Chi Sao, Again there is no set material in this phase as Chi Sao is about Sensitivity and Feeling/Responding, This cannot be written down on a Website however as a guide you should be able to Start to lead the movements learnt in Phase two and when following from a senior student demonstrate the basic reactions taught by those movements.
  • NOTE, Students at this stage in there training should have reset there goal to Master the Art of Wing Chun and therefore be demonstrating back the Technician Material of the Subject of Chi Sao, if you as a student have not then to show a competent level of Skill with the material Given so far is plenty to keep you working on and improving on.
  • Footwork, There is no set footwork expectations for Phase three however students should be able to show steps 1 – 24  from the advanced foot work set fluently and now steps 25 – 45 fluently as well from Memory.
  • Punching, Again students should now be able to show focus and power in all punches, the advanced punching set of 8 movements and a combination will be expected.
  • Theory: Phase Three Theory is about being able to talk about all of the theories learnt so far, you as a senior students should now research and study these and explain how they fit within your normal daily classes and your life in general, An emphasis of the theory from the current Student Programme should be explained.

Advanced wing chun courses in london

Wing Chun International as a dedicated Martial Arts organisation understands the importance of setting out students goals of achievement, this is an important part of the Wing Chun Students journey, our grading system is NOT A TEST and should not be viewed as one, A test is something that you fail or pass and this is not what Wing Chun is about. Our Grading system is a MARK OF IMPROVEMENT and for the student to identify where they are placed within the complete Wing Chun System.

The Wing Chun System is so big that if you do not have this Reference point on your journey for most students they will feel lost, a little like stepping out of a spaceship and having the rope cut, you will get lost in space or rather for us you will get lost with understanding what you have or have not learnt. This above material is a guide only and is a massive help for students who wish to Master that Art of Wing Chun Kung Fu.