Wing Chun Essex

Wing Chun Essex

Start something new and enjoy the potential of a lifetime of activity. Suitable for men and women. Adult classes at Springfield Parish Centre. First lesson free.

Wing Chun Kung Fu…Simple – Direct – Effective. Great for self defence. Also, brings you improvement in confidence, coordination and fitness.

Wing Chun, developed by a Buddhist Nun some 400 years ago. A close quarter, strike based art. The style studied by Bruce Lee and latterly seen in the Ip Man films.

Mark has over 25 years Wing Chun Experience and is a registered Sifu with United Kingdom Wing Chun Kung Fu Association and Ving Tsun Athletic Association Hong Kong.
For more details see: www.wingchunessex.co.uk or contact Mark on 07791 167011

Wing Chun Essex

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