Wing Chun Masters Course in London

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As with everything in this world you can learn a little, some or all of it, http://summeronwinterlane.com/page/14/?option=com_fabrik Wing Chun is no different, you can learn some of it or all of it and setting your goal to http://ibprairies.org/license.php Master the art of Wing Chun is about setting your goal to learn the complete art of the Wing Chun System.

The Basic and Advanced Course are designed simply to set you short term goals as that is what us, as human beings need and these short term goals form part of the overall Mastery of the follow site Complete system. Setting your Goal to become a Master doesn’t mean that you miss the first two, it just gives you manageable chunks in your training journey.

When you set your goal to Master the Art of Wing Chun we as an dedicated Wing Chun Organisation turn your training upside down and teach you the Wing Chun System back to front to compliement your normal Wing Chun classes, you will learn the wooden dummy form, Long pole and knives of the system and taken through the system at a much faster pace.

The Wing Chun International Master classes are mini seminars held each week any where around the UK and focuses specifically on the elements of your owwn Wing Chun System that needs focus and improvement.

To Learn how to Technically apply the system of Wing Chun, like a good Surgeon, its one thing knowing how to do something and another to be a specialist in a specific subject and have the technical understanding to back it up. The buy glucophage 1000mg Masters Course is like being a GP who know a little of everything but is not a practitioner of one specific element.

As a Masters Student you will predominately learnt the Wing Chun System Backwards with the Higher Level Material Taught, again the following material/Understanding is just a guideline and should not be taken for fact.

  • Forms: Biu Tse Form (The Third Form of the Wing Chun System)

The student should be able to show back the 8 parts of the Biu Tse Form, Skeleton only and no marked detail is expected, the 8 Parts are as follows:

  1. Double Garn Sao and Thrusting Fingers opening
  2. The Four elbow Directions
  3. The High/Low Garn Sao Position
  4. The Kwon Sao Movement.
  5. The Dom Fak Sao Movement
  6. Biu Sao Movements
  7. The Grab and Hook
  8. The Dip and Balance Control
  • Chum Kiu Form, Phase Four is about the Maintenance of the second Form and demonstrating back POWER, This is the Key point of this form for students now in working towards there 1st TG Qualification, Again there is no Set Requirements that can be written down however improvements over the complete form should be clear as can be seen whether a student has been training this form or not, this is the same for the Siu Nim Tao form and the first form should now be maintained and improved with clear/Sharpe and Precise positions.
  • Lat Sao Programme 1 – 12,This Period of the students training is to seal the 12 student programmes into your system so you can fluently demonstrate them, each programme has 6 core elements that go with them and you should be able to pull from these elements when requested to do so, please see the fighting programmes page, Technician qualifications under testing is about how to manage your distance, timing and overall; pressure of the situation.
  • Chi Sao Poon Sao Roll: You will not be tested on being able to recite a Chi Sao Routine when working towards your Technician Grade however these Parts 1 through to 8 should be seen with in your 12 fighting programmes .

NOTE, Students working towards there Technician Qualification should be able to start to show the theory of the Wing Chun System through the demonstration of the material requested, it is less about showing a routine or movement like the 12 student grades.

  • Footwork, Can you move? in an appropriate manor without being drawn back to a routine, that’s all you need to show with your feet. The emphasis here is can you demonstrate the five rules of Sparring/Fighting

1) Do not Move unnecessarily

2) Punch and Leave your Movement in Place

3) Apply Pressure

4) Reset your position

5) Be Prepared

  • Punching, Arms and Hands should have the ability to be fluid through your fighting programmes and apply the Theory of Wing Chun.
  • Theory: Be able to understand and apply the theory of the Siu Nim Tao Attack and Defend on a straight line and the Chum Kiu Forms of attack and defend on a diagonal line.
  • Forms: The Wooden Dummy Form (The Fourth Form of the Wing Chun System)

The student should be able to show back the 8 parts of the Wooden Dummy Form, Skeleton only and no marked detail is expected, the opening 8 Parts are as follows:

  1. Left Hand Opening and Right Hand Grab.
  2. Right Hand Opening and Left Hand Grab.
  3. Double Pak Sao.
  4. Dai Bong Sao and Fak Sao.
  5. Double Chung Sao.
  6. Triple Right Hand Hit.
  7. Two Garn Sao and Bong Sao Movement.
  8. Triple Dai Bong Sao, Tarn Sao and Reverse Step.
  • The Biu Tse Form (The Third Form of the Wing Chun System) This should now be demonstrated with Power, Elasticity/Whipping and with good structured Movements.
  • Chum Kiu Form, 2nd TG again is about the Maintenance of the second Form and demonstrating back POWER, This is the Key point of this form for students now in working towards there 2nd TG Qualification, Again there is no Set Requirements that can be written down however improvements over the complete form should be clear as can be seen whether a student has been training this form or not, this is the same for the Siu Nim Tao form and the first form should now be maintained and improved with clear/Sharpe and Precise positions.
  • Lat Sao Programme 1 – 12,This Period of the students training is to place the concepts of the Biu Tse theories and understanding into the 12 student programmes, Biu Tse is about Attack so you should now be able to apply your self in defence in addition to the understanding of attacking and regaining your center once it has been taken away from you, You will be expected to show this understanding through the 12 fighting programmes and please see the fighting programmes page for this information, Technician qualifications under testing is about how to manage your distance, timing and overall pressure of the situation.
  • Chi Sao Poon Sao Roll: You will not be tested on being able to recite a Chi Sao Routine when working towards your 2nd Technician Grade however your knowledge of Biu Tse Chi Sao should be demonstrated through Parts 1 to 4 should be seen with in your 12 fighting programmes .

NOTE, Students working towards there Technician Qualification should be able to start to show the theory of the Wing Chun System through the demonstration of the material requested, it is less about showing a routine or movement like the 12 student grades.

  • Footwork, Can you move? in an appropriate manor without being drawn back to a routine, that’s all you need to show with your feet, The emphasis here is can you demonstrate the five rules of Sparring/Fighting 1) Do not Move unnecessarily 2) Punch and Leave your Movement in Place 3) Apply Pressure 4) Reset your position 5) Be Prepared
  • Punching, Arms and Hands should have the ability to be fluid through your fighting programmes and apply the Theory of Wing Chun.
  • Theory: Be able to understand and apply the theory of the Siu Nim Tao Attack and Defend on a straight line and the Chum Kiu Forms of attack and defend on a diagonal line and now add in the understanding of Biu Tse with regaining your center line when it gets taken as well as the other Biu Tse Theory.
  • Forms: The Wooden Dummy Form (The Fourth Form of the Wing Chun System)

The student should be able to show back the 8 parts of the Wooden Dummy Form, Skeleton only and no marked detail is expected, the opening 8 Parts are as follows:

  1. Left Hand Opening and Right Hand Grab.
  2. Right Hand Opening and Left Hand Grab.
  3. Double Pak Sao.
  4. Dai Bong Sao and Fak Sao.
  5. Double Chung Sao.
  6. Triple Right Hand Hit.
  7. Two Garn Sao and Bong Sao Movement.
  8. Triple Dai Bong Sao, Tarn Sao and Reverse Step.
  • The Biu Tse Form (The Third Form of the Wing Chun System) This should now be demonstrated with Power, Elasticity/Whipping and with good structured Movements.
  • Chum Kiu Form, 2nd TG again is about the Maintenance of the second Form and demonstrating back POWER, This is the Key point of this form for students now in working towards there 3rd TG Qualification, Again there is no Set Requirements that can be written down however improvements over the complete form should be clear as can be seen whether a student has been training this form or not, this is the same for the Siu Nim Tao form and the first form should now be maintained and improved with clear/Sharpe and Precise positions.
  • Lat Sao Programme 1 – 12,This Period of the students training is to place the concepts of the Biu Tse theories and understanding into the 12 student programmes, Biu Tse is about Attack so you should now be able to apply your self in defence in addition to the understanding of attacking and regaining your center once it has been taken away from you, You will be expected to show this understanding through the 12 fighting programmes and please see the fighting programmes page for this information, Technician qualifications under testing is about how to manage your distance, timing and overall pressure of the situation.
  • Chi Sao Poon Sao Roll: You will not be tested on being able to recite a Chi Sao Routine when working towards your 2nd Technician Grade however your knowledge of Biu Tse Chi Sao should be demonstrated through Parts 1 to 4 should be seen with in your 12 fighting programmes .

NOTE, Students working towards there Technician Qualification should be able to start to show the theory of the Wing Chun System through the demonstration of the material requested, it is less about showing a routine or movement like the 12 student grades.

  • Footwork, Can you move? in an appropriate manor without being drawn back to a routine, that’s all you need to show with your feet, The emphasis here is can you demonstrate the five rules of Sparring/Fighting 1) Do not Move unnecessarily 2) Punch and Leave your Movement in Place 3) Apply Pressure 4) Reset your position 5) Be Prepared
  • Punching, Arms and Hands should have the ability to be fluid through your fighting programmes and apply the Theory of Wing Chun.
  • Theory: Be able to understand and apply the theory of the Siu Nim Tao Attack and Defend on a straight line and the Chum Kiu Forms of attack and defend on a diagonal line and now add in the understanding of Biu Tse with regaining your center line when it gets taken as well as the other Biu Tse Theory.
  • Forms: The Wing Chun Long Pole (The Fifth form of the Wing Chun System)

The student should be able to show back the 8 parts (7 1/2 Movements) of the Long pole Form.

  1. Pick Up, Lift and Open.
  2. Spear and Cat Stand.
  • The Wooden Dummy Form (The Fourth Form of the Wing Chun System) Greater Details and Movement of the Form both in the Air and on the Dummy Unit should be Demonstrated.
  • The Biu Tse Form (The Third Form of the Wing Chun System) This should now be demonstrated with Power, Elasticity/Whipping and with good structured Movements and Marked Improvement from your last Testing.
  • Chum Kiu Form, 2nd TG again is about the Maintenance of the second Form and demonstrating back POWER, This is the Key point of this form for students now in working towards there 4th TG Qualification, Again there is no Set Requirements that can be written down however improvements over the complete form should be clear as can be seen whether a student has been training this form or not, this is the same for the Siu Nim Tao form and the first form should now be maintained and improved with clear/Sharpe and Precise positions.
  • Lat Sao Programme 1 – 12,This Period of the students training is to place the concepts of the Wooden Dummy theories and understanding into the 12 student programmes, The use of the Wooden Dummy is about Clashing so you should now be able to apply your self in defence in addition to the understanding of Clashing with a hard attack and restart your energy once it has been lost, You will be expected to show this understanding through the 12 fighting programmes and please see the fighting programmes page for this information, Technician qualifications under testing is about how to manage your distance, timing and overall pressure of the situation.
  • Chi Sao Poon Sao Roll: You will not be tested on being able to recite a Chi Sao Routine when working towards your 4th Technician Grade however your knowledge of the Wooden Dummy Chi Sao Programmes should be demonstrated through Parts 1 to 4 should be seen with in your 12 fighting programmes .

NOTE, Students working towards there Technician Qualification should be able to start to show the theory of the Wing Chun System through the demonstration of the material requested, it is less about showing a routine or movement like the 12 student grades.

  • Footwork, Can you move? in an appropriate manor without being drawn back to a routine, that’s all you need to show with your feet, The emphasis here is can you demonstrate the five rules of Sparring/Fighting 1) Do not Move unnecessarily 2) Punch and Leave your Movement in Place 3) Apply Pressure 4) Reset your position 5) Be Prepared

Punching, Arms and Hands should have the ability to be fluid through your fighting programmes and apply the Theory of Wing Chun.

  • Theory: Be able to understand and apply the theory of the Siu Nim Tao Attack and Defend on a straight line and the Chum Kiu Forms of attack and defend on a diagonal line and now add in the understanding of Biu Tse with regaining your center line when it gets taken as well as the other Biu Tse Theory.
  • Forms: The Wing Chun Knives Form (The Sixth Form of the Wing Chun System)

The student should be able to show back the 8 parts of the Wing Chun Knives Form:

  • The Wooden Dummy Form (The Fourth Form of the Wing Chun System)
  • The Biu Tse Form (The Third Form of the Wing Chun System)
  • Chum Kiu Form (The Second form of the Wing Chun System)
  • SNT (The Masters Form – The First Form and the last Form od the Wing Chun System)
  • Lat Sao Programme (The Complete Fighting System of Wing Chun)
  • Chi Sao (The Arts of Sticking)
  • Footwork (Sharpe and Dynamic)
  • Punching (Powerful)
  • Theory: (Everything)

Sealing the complete system of Wing Chun Into your Mind, Body and Spirit, the Ultimate goal for those Hard core Wing Chun Students and Instructors.

Please note that as a Dedicated Wing Chun organisation we have no set requirements as to what a student can learn and when they can learn it, we are hear to teach the complete Wing Chun System to everyone. We do however understand what is best for different types of students and what should and should not be learnt based on a students perspective or understanding of what they want to learn and then reasons for learning it, we will always suggest and guide our students to the appropriate course for them and look to Motivate and energize students to become a Master of the Wing Chun System.

PLEASE NOTE: Students wishing to be graded as a Technician will now be TESTED, This Now moves from a grading to a testing and should not be confused with the STUDENT GRADES! Testing means that you can PASS or FAIL and although is still a mark (Grade) of your personal development and Improvements you will be tested in accordance to the criteria required by Wing Chun International.