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Wing Chun Kung Fu

Wing Chun Kung Fu was developed over 350 years ago, with its roots coming from the much older Shaolin Kung Fu styles. The principles and concepts of Wing Chun are universal. It was originally devised by a woman with the idea to allow a weaker person to overcome a much stronger attacker. It allows anyone, regardless of size, strength, or gender, the ability to defend oneself with extreme effectiveness.

Unlike many other martial arts, which are a collection of techniques, Wing Chun is a martial arts system of concepts. The techniques of Wing Chun embody the concepts and put them into a physical manifestation. No matter what technique you use, as long as it’s in line with Wing Chun principles, it can be considered a Wing Chun technique.


Wing Chun literally means "Singing Springtime." The season of Spring symbolizing constant growth and change. Spring is a mild, pleasant season, as opposed to the harsh heat of summer and the severe cold of winter, mirroring Wing Chun's softness.

For people that care about lineage, we come from a very high pedigree. Dai-Sifu Jeff Webb was a direct student of Grandmaster Leung Ting, who himself was a student of Grandmaster Yip Man.

Yim Wing Chun


In our classes you'll learn effective self-defense techniques and concepts in a relaxed atmosphere. Instructors are approachable and we offer a couple of programs to help you fit your schedule.



We offer our students four testing seminars per year. Seminars are a great way to get a lot of intensive training in a short amount of time.



Private lessons are available upon request.


One on one training with our instructors will help refine your technique and give your skill a good polishing.


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