|Activity:||San Mateo Wing Tsun (Learn Wing Tsun)|
|Listed in:||San Mateo, CA|
|Listed by:||Bay Mountain San Mateo|
|Price:||Free per Individual|
|Days of Week:||Mon, Wed|
|Sign Up Starts:||December 5, 2012|
|Sign Up Ends:||December 1, 2015|
|Activity Starts:||December 5, 2012|
|Activity Ends:||December 1, 2015|
Wing Tsun Kung Fu is a truly fascinating and sophisticated martial art which appeals to men and women of a wide variety of ages. World-renowned for being an efficient self-defense system and an in-depth martial art which can be studied and enjoyed for many years, Wing Tsun has a universal appeal. With no rigid blocking or struggling against an opponent, Wing Tsun teaches the body to move with a power and grace that surpasses what one might assume to be normal physical limitations.
Among other things, Wing Tsun puts emphasis on straight line attacks, angles and circular movements to yield and deflect force. An objective of Wing Tsun is to be soft and to stick to the opponent in order to “feel” the strength or pressure exerted, flow with it, redirect it, and use or yield to greater force.
Wing Tsun also has a unique process of training called Chi-Sau. Chi-Sau develops and hones reflexes to specific pressures or triggers. If grabbed and confined within close proximity to an opponent, Chi-Sau enables practitioners to stick to the opponent, to deviate from greater force, deflect and use it against the opponent for an advantage. Should the opponent withdraw, forward pressure allows for use of natural momentum to attack.
Learn no-nonsense, efficient fighting techniques. Wing Tsun is affordable and ideal for both women and men, ages 15 and above. No previous experience is required.
Eighty-five percent of training is partner-based, and a good percentage of that is training directly with a qualified instructor.
Latosa Escrima Private lessons are available.
Inside the Jr.Gym
101 South B Street
San Mateo, CA 94401
|Contact Name:||Sihing Andy Howse|
|Contact Phone:||(650) 867-0470|
|Rules and Regulations|
Please wear loose fitting clothes, out-door shoes are not allowed inside the Jr.Gym.
Our training method is cooperative. Competitive and un-collegic attitudes are not welcome. In Bay Mountain we all help each other to improve.
I am sorry, Wing Tsun is too dangerous for most children.