1. Regular Classes
Regular classes are led by instructors with several years of experience and have been selected to teach by Head Instructor David Davila. A typical class typically starts with guided forms practice followed by corrections or feedback by the instructor. Afterwards the instructor will introduce, review or add depth to a concept or topic. The flow of practice moves from individual to partner activities - whereby students will learn to test and apply their skills.
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3. Public Topic Workshops
Public Topic Workshops are opportunities for the greater public to learn more about Wing Chun without necessarily joining our group. Example topics are:
- Introduction to Wing Chun
- Mindfulness and Flow State
- Body Anatomy and Awareness
- History & Culture
- Gongfu Movie Screenings, commentary and panel discussion
- Body sense and confidence for kids
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4. 4-week Intro Course
A few times a year we hold a 4-week Intro course for those who would like to begin learning but are unable to make a commitment to come to the regular class. By the end of this course students will have learned the 1st section of the 1st form (Siu Nim Tao) as well as basic partner practice.
Our In-house corporate courses are designed to make the learning from Wing Chun immediately applicable to work life. Besides going through the beginning curriculum, this course emphasizes mindfulness, stress-management, energy management and conflict management. Topic, duration and schedule can be adjusted according to your needs.
Contact us to find out how Wing Chun can help your people!
Here is a TED talk discussing the importance of mindfulness (Opens Youtube in a new window)
David is a patient, methological and generous teacher with a deep understanding and love for his art. After practicing for many years in various chinese martial arts, I found that his insights are very valuable for improving. His eye for detail is exceptional and I have greatly benefited from the practice of wing chun under his guidance.
I would describe the training as an inward exploration of the fine connections that exist in our physical body and how those connections can be fine-tuned to a very subtle degree. One of the few good systems that also can be properly taught through David" - Prometheus G. (Greece)
"As I already did for people close to me, I would recommend all those who are genuinely interested in martial arts to seize the unique opportunity to train with David." - Minh N. (France)
" One of the most important thing in order to be better in Martial Arts is to find the correct teacher. A teacher that can explain the students the correct technical aspects and making it easy to understand. Based on my experience, David D. an instructor that live up to these criteria. David excels in his work as a professional trainer, where he by coaching explains things in an understandable manner."
- Kaleb P. (Denmark)
"David raises our training standard in a higher level by giving us a blueprint or a set of tools. In this way, I don’t feel lost, so I can autocorrect myself."
- Prosper V. (France)
"Wing Chun is based on position, sensitivity and timing; force and speed are secondary, therefore women can be at same level as men, and I have to say that I enjoy beating up my classmates although I clearly know that they are too gentlemen to fight me back."
- T.T. (France)
"I would argue that true practitioners of the art seek a vehicle for self-improvement, one that nurtures growth while providing the martial knowledge that our world requires". - Neil W. (USA)
"To me, terms of; the soft overcomes the hard, being receptive like a valley and the concept of Wu Wei which I read as, cleansing yourself from your Ego (don’t be greedy) are all concepts you can find in Taoism and in this kind of Wing Chun and although, many speaks about this, very few are really able to apply these concepts in a logical way like David show us." - Christoph B. (Italy)
"I now definitely see the difference between 'good Wing Chun' and 'bad Wing Chun' ..." - Jason Y. (Australia)
"After having learned from three different Wing Chun styles, this one is clearly the one I took into my allday life. Many people say its Yoga which helps you alligne your body in a correct and healthful way, but for me its Wing Chun. What I treasure most in this particular Style is the ability to reflect over my body to feel its movements and the resulting effect. This awareness leads to many benefits in many areas outside the Wing Chun World..." - Thomas K. (Switzerland)