The first drill the student will come across is the Wing Chun’s first form called Siu Nim tao, this form is split into 8 sentences and each sentence is practiced in every class allowing you the student to gain a greater understanding of each shape and build muscle memory.
Moving on from the forms we have footwork whether it’s basic or advanced footwork the student is introduced to a new step or a sequence of steps every class.
Hand and Coordination drills – Nine Basic hand Shapes, Mun sau Wu Sau, 8 Kicks of Wing Chun and Centre Line Punching (Chain Punching). These Wing Chun drills and sequences of movements are designed to help you the student build muscle memory, flow and are drilled until you can do them without any throught. These Wing Chun Drills can be combined so that you as a student can gain a more in-depth understanding of Wing Chun.
Lat Sao basic drill, a set of 10 movements to introduce the beginner student to sparring.
Wing Chun Internationals 1-2-3 drill, this is a drill to learn the combination of hand movements and then to combine this with the Lat Sao points.