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Come and train with us. a local friendly club with a reputation for developing great practitioners. Sifu with over 25 years training in Wing Chun & 35 years in many other martial disciplines.  Our program has been developed to get results fast! If you dedicate yourself to practice with us at least once a week you will attain a high level of skill quickly.

We are open for training every Wednesday and Friday from 6.30pm – 8.30pm.

We now have two rooms available with training in different disciplines taking place. Choose your training from anti-grappling (Qin Na), Fitness Workout (Padwork) and weapons training, Wing Chun form and function and traditional training.

Monthly fee of £40.00 covers all classes.  Email to book a free trial. There is a Joining fee of £40.00 to cover equipment costs.

*Please note we only accept students aged 18 and over.


What do you want to learn?

You must be clear about your intention when learning a fighting skill. Your first goal will be to learn to create solid defensive skills. Your second goal, to learn to develop realistic offensive skills, and then to combine them. Good defensive skill will give you greater opportunity to escape a conflict situation, good offensive skill will give you greater opportunity to end a conflict situation.

“Learning Wing Chun Kung Fu”

Get Yourself a Wall Bag

How do you train striking power in Wing Chun?

The first point of training is usually the wall bag. This piece of training equipment essentially represents the strongest, most grounded opponent you will ever meet. In Wing Chun we learn to drive all our body power into the wall Bag, which soaks up the impact force without yielding, this in turn puts stress on the joints of the body and over time strengthens them, it also conditions the striking surface of the hands. From extensive wall bag training, the Wing Chun practitioner develops very strong punching power and body structure.

Further training for striking power and techniques comes from pad and bag work and of course we have the wooden man which is unique to the Wing Chun system in terms of its use, the Jong being representative of a very strong and rooted opponent. The Jong teaches us correct footwork and positioning with co-ordinated body structure and bridging power. Often Wing Chun punching is mis-understood, and applied more like a hammer blow, with power being thrown from the shoulder, which limits its effectiveness and impact power. The (Chung Choi) or Thrusting punch should always be thrown straight outwards and upwards with the elbow relaxed and pointing to the floor,  legs supporting the elbow.  When it connects, its power and feel is very different to a punch thrown from the shoulder. The wing chun punch feels like being hit by a battering ram. Even from an inch away, I’ve not met many people that wanted it demonstrated on them twice. If you practice Wing Chun, get yourself a wall bag and train it every day. Practice at least 500 strikes per day and use a good liniment rub to aid recovery in the arms and hands. If you feel sore, allow your hands to recover before further practice. Build the power in your wrists, elbows, knees and ankles slowly. Rushing it will only cause un-necessary injury and delay progress.

Sifu J

Enter the Dragon 40th Anniversary

This latest Blu Ray edition of Enter the Dragon, see it again in HD, this is a great addition to anyones movie library featuring some of the best fight scenes ever filmed.

Treating Bruising.


A number of you have asked about the “Jars” in the studio. These are filled with brewing herbal liniments called “Dit Da Jow” (hit and Fall Wine).

These liniments are very good at promoting qi and blood flow circulation, and excel at treating sports injuries. Herbal liniments are traditionally used for martial arts injuries, such as bruises, contusions, strains, and sprains and generally contain herbs that stop pain, reduce inflammation, and break up local stagnation of blood.

If you’ve suffer with bruising at the early stages of training or are working your wall bag or sparring hard, use it to aid recovery. It’s available to purchase now.

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