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Student Grades


Student Grades

 Fundamental Training


During the first four grades, students learn how to kick, punch, step, turn, and defend themselves against the most common forms of attack (punches, kicks, strangle holds).


Student Grades

Tactile Reflex Development


Chi Sau (translated as “sticky hands”) is covered in detail during these student grades. Chi-sau is a reflex exercise which teaches students how to use their opponent’s force against them with the least amount of effort.


Advanced Student Levels


In these advanced student levels, the practitioner is exposed to higher levels of chi-sau training and develops advanced fighting skills.

Student Grades

How We Train

During class, students engage in the following methods of training:


Build muscle, tendon, and ligament strength and help establish the foundation upon which students build their skills, accuracy, and precision.


A form of free-fighting training to help students learn and apply the core principles of Wing Tsun™.

Chi-Sau or "Sticky Hands"

Unique to Wing Tsun, Chi-Sau is vital to developing reflexes and muscle memory in order to use an attacker's own movements against them, naturally and without resistance.

Coordination and Reaction Drills

Test, enhance, and improve focus while building awareness, timing, and proficiency.

Class Schedule


7:00 PM - 8:30 PM


7:00 PM - 8:30 PM


9:30 AM - 11:00 AM

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