Welcome to Wing Tsjun England, a site made to promote all thing WT and WC. Wing Tsjun England is a new branch of Wing Tsjun international headed by Grandmaster Sifu Thommy Luke Boehlig (Dai-Sifu Boehlig)
WT England is run by Jon Lewis, the national representative.
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A wing chun game for Kinect.

Kung Fu Superstar. Definetly a must buy.

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Brainscratch: Wing Chun: Session 6 Guns, Pine tree, Road

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After two weeks of being gone, wing chun and I have been reunited once again in glorious battle! Hahah not really, but I like to think I’m some sort of crazy kung fu warrior whenever I’m in class. It’s a confidence booster don’t you think? This session I finally learned more about the lap da, and…

That’s fantastic. Keep up the great mindset

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Wing chun is being taught to all Chinese air hostesses to protect themselves and those on board. Perfect for women as well as men.
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Wing chun is being taught to all Chinese air hostesses to protect themselves and those on board.
Perfect for women as well as men.

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Please click the above picture to open our new site www.wingtsjun.co.uk in a new tab.

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Crista Wagner demonstates WT in a Nike advert

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Learn how to fight like Ip Man
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Learn how to fight like Ip Man

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Just like life, training in the martial arts is a journey. It’s a long road sometimes fraught with setbacks, but you must keep moving forward. There are twists and turns, unexpected roadblocks, and detours. But there are also some incredible stops and memorable side trips along the way. Sit back and enjoy the ride.

martialartsmaven:

Just like life, training in the martial arts is a journey. It’s a long road sometimes fraught with setbacks, but you must keep moving forward. There are twists and turns, unexpected roadblocks, and detours. But there are also some incredible stops and memorable side trips along the way. Sit back and enjoy the ride.

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safedefense:

A hero is no braver than an ordinary man, but he is braver five minutes longer.— Ralph Waldo Emerson

safedefense:

A hero is no braver than an ordinary man, but he is braver five minutes longer.
— Ralph Waldo Emerson

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Wing Chun student breaks mugger’s nose
WHEN a masked mugger threatened a 19-year-old student with a jagged piece of glass he thought he had found a soft touch.
But as he soon found to his peril, his victim was training in an ancient Chinese martial art made famous by Bruce Lee and he was soon sprawled on the floor, clutching a broken nose and a bruised ego.
“He messed with the wrong person,” Braintree College student and Wing Chun practitioner Ashley MacNicol told the Chronicle.
She had been socialising with three friends at the Picture Palace pub on Fairfield Road that evening before deciding to walk home alone.
She was approached by a mugger holding a broken bottle in the alleyway between Bradford Street and St James Road.
When the man, who had his hood up and scarf wrapped across his face, waved the bottle near her neck and shouted “Give me your stuff”, the performing arts student sprang into action.
“He took a step towards me. I then took a step in and punched him in the face with my right hand. It was mostly instinct,” she said.
“I hit him on the bridge of the nose and he fell on his back. I then took the glass from his hand and walked away.”
She had been carrying a Blackberry mobile phone and £5 worth of cash.
Ashley has been studying Wing Chun for two hours every week for two years at the Tabor Leisure Centre.
“It teaches you how to defend yourself against a person taller, stronger, and more experienced than you,” she said, but revealing that her mother may not be too pleased.
“My mum would definitely not be happy. She’s always told me to run from situations like this,” she said.

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Wing Chun student breaks mugger’s nose

WHEN a masked mugger threatened a 19-year-old student with a jagged piece of glass he thought he had found a soft touch.

But as he soon found to his peril, his victim was training in an ancient Chinese martial art made famous by Bruce Lee and he was soon sprawled on the floor, clutching a broken nose and a bruised ego.

“He messed with the wrong person,” Braintree College student and Wing Chun practitioner Ashley MacNicol told the Chronicle.

She had been socialising with three friends at the Picture Palace pub on Fairfield Road that evening before deciding to walk home alone.

She was approached by a mugger holding a broken bottle in the alleyway between Bradford Street and St James Road.

When the man, who had his hood up and scarf wrapped across his face, waved the bottle near her neck and shouted “Give me your stuff”, the performing arts student sprang into action.

“He took a step towards me. I then took a step in and punched him in the face with my right hand. It was mostly instinct,” she said.

“I hit him on the bridge of the nose and he fell on his back. I then took the glass from his hand and walked away.”

She had been carrying a Blackberry mobile phone and £5 worth of cash.

Ashley has been studying Wing Chun for two hours every week for two years at the Tabor Leisure Centre.

“It teaches you how to defend yourself against a person taller, stronger, and more experienced than you,” she said, but revealing that her mother may not be too pleased.

“My mum would definitely not be happy. She’s always told me to run from situations like this,” she said.

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“Among  the rhythms used to strike an opponent, there is what is called a  single beat. Finding a position where you can reach the opponent,  realizing when the opponent has not yet determined what to do, you  strike directly, as fast as possible, with out moving your body or  fixing your attention.” — Miyamoto Musashi via Book of Five Rings.
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“Among the rhythms used to strike an opponent, there is what is called a single beat. Finding a position where you can reach the opponent, realizing when the opponent has not yet determined what to do, you strike directly, as fast as possible, with out moving your body or fixing your attention.”
— Miyamoto Musashi via Book of Five Rings.

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We are teaching a 2 hour fitness seminar this Sunday.

This will be a great exercise class for men and woman focusing on areas that will help guys muscles look great and womans bodies toning up in all the places they may want!

This class will not only be about cardio workout, stretches and muscle exercises as you would expect but will also focus on exercise you may never have come across.

1. Core strengthening = Exercises you may never have never seen for a great stomach and abs

2. Balance exercises = To tone up legs, hips and the spine. A strong spine is neccesary for efficient workout.

3. Unexpected muscles = This is the great one.. Having a knowledge of Wing Tsjun has helped me discover and teach exercises and movements that will tone up and build up muscles your body never normally uses even in exercise. These leave you looking and feeling great all over rather than just the areas people always work.

So get in touch. No membership required, this is just a fitness class to get everyone feeling great.

The cost will be £10 for the class

And please! Invite others to this event, that is so important to get these events packed full of people and a great atmnosphere. Less people, less atmnosphere! So bring a friend.

If you bring a friend then you get half price.

Bring two friend, get it for free!!


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Contact us now.
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Martial Arts are not for violence or correcting others; they are for peace and correcting your own mind and soul. The violence is the fight with your inner self.
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Martial Arts are not for violence or correcting others; they are for peace and correcting your own mind and soul. The violence is the fight with your inner self.

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Contact details on our page
Further discounts available!
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Contact details on our page

Further discounts available!

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