frequently asked questions about wing chun kung fu

In this section of the website, you can find some of the frequently asked questions about the Wing Chun Kung Fu system.



Am I too old to train Wing Chun Kung Fu?
No. thats the great thing about wing chun kung fu. its great for all ages. Whether you 6 or 60.

Am I going to get beat up?
no. you will not get beat up. there is a saying, “work with your brother and not on your brother.”

Do I need to be in great shape to train Wing Chun Kung Fu?
No. Although the training does provide health benefits, if you’re looking to get in shape, seek out a personal trainer or join a gym.

Is there any physical excercise in the class?
There are certain training exercises that develop your overall kung fu but dont expect to be doing push ups.

Is there sparring?
No. We have something similar to sparring in the wing chun kung fu system known as mai sai jong, which is an examination of your kung fu.

I have an injury, can I still do Wing Chun Kung Fu?
Although we have seen great results for people with injuries. It depends on the injury. Please seek advice from your doctor.

How long will It take me to Learn?
This depends on the individual. Everyone learns at their own rate. Wing chun is a journey, not a destination.

I do other martial arts, is it okay to mix them up?
We believe that wing chun kung fu is a complete system. When one understands the root foundation of the concepts and principles , the individual can apply the kung fu in endless ways.

Are you an accredited school?
Yes. Our lineage has strong roots and can be traced back to Grandmaster Yip Man.

What is authentic Ipman Wing Chun Kung Fu?
Authentic Ving Tsun Gung Fu is keeping the kung fu the same from its origin and not deviating from the root foundation of principles and concepts. This is how we are be able to be pass on the kung fu from teacher to student for generations to come.

How to find an accredited Wing Chun Kung Fu school?
With so many Wing Chun schools, Wing Chun Lineages and so called Wing Chun Sifu’s, it can be difficult to be sure who . When visiting a school, Check to see what is there lineage and find out if it a reputable one at that. Also find out more about the Sifu. Has the Sifu been authorized or recognized as a Sifu or has he appointed himself as a Sifu? How Long has the Sifu been training? Did he just go to a weekend seminar and get a certificate? Is he still in good standing with his Sifu or organization? Do they mix up Wing Chun Kung Fu with other styles?This might be because they have part of the system or they are trying to fill in the gaps.