YIP MAN / MOY YAT/ MOY TUNG
Generations of Ving Tsun
Ving Tsun (pronounced Wing Chun) Kung Fu is a popular Chinese martial art made famous by Yip Man (Ip Man) and his student Bruce Lee. The art has been passed down from the Shaolin Kung Fu era through generations of masters that have preserved and refined Ving Tsun for modern day use. The core concepts of the system are designed for a smaller person to defend themselves against a larger more aggressive opponent. This is achieved through rigorous study of the open hand forms, partner drills, and intense conditioning workouts. Anyone can learn Ving Tsun, sign up today to start your journey.
Meet the Sifu (teacher) and learn about the history and art of Ving Tsun Kung Fu.
Kung Fu Training
The Ving Tsun (wing chun) Kung Fu system for martial arts training was designed to train human beings to fight efficiently and effectively. It does not require size or strength, making it good for anyone, and ideal for those of smaller stature, including women and kids. Training in the Ving Tsun system, under a qualified sifu (teacher), enables practitioners to overcome attackers that are larger, stronger, faster and more experienced.
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About The Teacher
Sifu Ely started training Ving Tsun in Iowa City, IA under Moy Yat Tung in 1999. In 2010 he began instructing and continued studying at the Detroit Kung Fu Academy in Michigan. Ely is now the official Sifu (teacher) at Denver Kung Fu and is an active member of Moy Yat Tungs inner circle as well as a MY4 student of Grandmaster Moy Tung.