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Singapore Wing Chun


First Form: Siu Lim Tao translated as the “Little Idea” Siu Lim Tao is first and foremost the most basic and yet the most advanced form in Wing Chun. This form teaches you all the basic movements, understanding of every move positioning and structure. It focuses on the center line principles and the stance as this form is done stationary. Practicing it for long will help develop the proper use of power and energy flow and eventually cultivate the internal energy.



Chi-Sau (Sticky hands technique): Chi-Sau is Wing Chun’s signature/thrasher of training. It focuses the whole body to coordinate as one. Training the Chi-Sau will improve the structural power, extreme sensitivity and reflexes using all techniques and positioning. moving of the stance, knowledge of how to feel and use the flow of energy, learnt through stage by stage.



Second Form: Chum Kiu Known as the “seeking arm form” or “building the bridge” form, one will learn how to seek the bridge towards your opponent. This will train the shifting of the stance, footwork and kicks.



Third Form: Biu Jee Known as the “Thrusting finger form”, it develops the attacking techniques particularly in the fingertips, hands and elbows. It is also used to recover from missed attacks, being over-commited or reduce the danger in a dangerous situation.



Wooden Dummy: Wooden dummy is used to train techniques when there is no training partner. Being stationary with fixed arms and leg, the wooden dummy will train the correct positioning and angle of the body. The dummy will also give a feedback in the flow of energy when practiced. It also trains the fluidity in the techniques and develops the “inch-power” i.e. the focusing of the energy at the last inch of strike. 




1) Bak Cham Dou (Butterfly swords)

2) Lok Dim Boon Kuan (six and a half-point pole)



Zhineng Qigong: All lessons will end with a 10 minute Zhineng Qigong for self-healing and enhancement of intrinsic healing.

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