History of Wing Chun

In southern China, during the fall of the Ming dynasty, the Buddhist monks of the Shaolin temple (Sil Lum Jee) drew upon the most advanced techniques of the existing Shaolin Kung Fu (Sil Lum Gung Fu) styles and developed them along a middle path which combined both internal and external methods.

Sil Lum Master Ng Mui

Sil Lum master Ng Mui utilized the principles of simplicity, practicality and economy of motion to devise an efficient and lethal martial arts system . After developing the art Ng Mui taught her new gung fu system to a young girl named Yimm Wing Chun, who then ingeniously refined the techniques into an even more efficient fighting system.

A 300 year old Martial Arts System

Created over three hundred years ago by Buddhist monks, Wing Chun Gung Fu is a very effective self defense system which teaches students to tune in to the more instinctual side of their nature.

Bruce Lee, one of Wing Chun's most famous Students

Many people are familiar with the art due to the spreading of Wing Chun to America in the 1960's by the late Bruce Lee. Wing Chun Gung Fu is a complete martial arts system with excellent application for self defense and development of body, mind and spirit.

A Wing Chun Sutra states:

"A punch starts from the heart, a kick does not miss."