Wing Chun Kali System
What is Wing Chun?
Wing Chun is a practical and effective self-defense system that was developed is Southern China. The founder of Wing Chun Kung Fu was Miss Yim Wing Chun. She was guided under the tutelage of Ng Mui. She was a nun from the Shaolin Monastery.
Wing Chun was made famous by the late Bruce Lee. It recently regained popularity from the release of the Ip Man movies. Those movies depict the application of Wing Chun.
Wing Chun offers practitioners practical combative methods that deal with close-quarter combat. The purpose of Wing Chun is to learn effective fighting applications for use in dangerous situations. Both men and women can apply this art. Size and strength are irrelevant.
Wing Chun is comprised of three major principles.
- Center Line Theory
- Forward Energy
One style of martial arts is not better than another. The skill applied is up to the determination of the practitioner.
Wing Chun is designed to make you a better fighter. For more information visit
What is Kali?
Kali is a martial arts style that focuses on the ability to transition from fighting with weapons to empty hands fluidly, as there is always the possibility of losing or being without a weapon. Though there are several systems of Kali/Eskrima/Arnis in use today, most teach elements of weapons fighting, striking, grappling, and throwing/ takedowns.
The system of Kali originates from the provinces of Panay and Negros Occidental in the Philippines and was formulated and perfected for survival.
Kali training will allow a student to explore the mechanics of movement. Like Wing Chun, Kali is also a close range fighting art.
Instructor Bob Bowen brings over 30 years of martial art experience to you. He has trained proficiently in Sil Lum Kung Fu, Wing Chun Kung Fu, Diato Ryu Aiki Jujutsu, and the Pekiti Tirisa Kali System.
He will share his knowledge to teach you how to:
- Become More Confident
- Develop Emotional Control
- Attain Personal Awareness[/box]