All About Wing Chun Kuen

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All About Wing Chun Kuen

Postby CookiesMonster » Mon May 17, 2010 7:57 pm

Hullo,

I hv a DD in P1 looking to enroll her in the above martial art.

Anyone keen cos we can approach Safra Toa Payoh if we can get enough headacount to push them to start another class for children?

http://www.wingchunkuen.asia/

Btw, with the bullying on the rise, call me Kiasi or Kiasu. I believed it would be good if my kids can protect themselves.

Anybody keen? :pray: plse reply to me if you are interested.
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Postby mintcc » Mon May 17, 2010 9:04 pm

been looking for a "yi rou zi gang" kind of martial arts for DS....consideing Akido but this might work too.... what is the timing you have in mind?

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Re: Wing Chun Kuen

Postby verykiasu2010 » Mon May 17, 2010 10:29 pm

CookiesMonster wrote:Hullo,

I hv a DD in P1 looking to enroll her in the above marital art.

Anyone keen cos we can approach Safra Toa Payoh if we can get enough headacount to push them to start another class for children?

http://www.wingchunkuen.asia/

Btw, with the bullying on the rise, call me Kiasi or Kiasu. I believed it would be good if my kids can protect themselves.

Anybody keen? :pray: plse reply to me if you are interested.


marital art or martial art ? or am i martian ?
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Re: Wing Chun Kuen

Postby CookiesMonster » Mon May 17, 2010 10:49 pm

verykiasu2010 wrote: marital art or martial art ? or am i martian ?


:oops: :lol: paiseh, amended liao....but i think u "plugged" me rite....cos i indicated clearly

so how, u keen to send yr dd/ds??

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Postby CookiesMonster » Mon May 17, 2010 10:53 pm

mintcc wrote:been looking for a "yi rou zi gang" kind of martial arts for DS....consideing Akido but this might work too.... what is the timing you have in mind?


lookg at wkends class.

currently Master do not hv class for children. i'm thinkg of gathering a list of interested participants & try to convince Safra TP to open a class for kids.

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Postby jerrycoaching » Tue May 18, 2010 10:21 am

Thanks for the link!!

Been looking around for such schools in singapore after I watched Ipman 2... hee :D

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Postby auntieM » Tue May 18, 2010 10:53 am

Can try Chi Life Studio. They have classes for 3-7 year olds almost daily. :wink:

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Postby CookiesMonster » Tue May 18, 2010 3:11 pm

Generally, it would be good to have some knowledge on the desired martial art & know one's expectations before enrolling for it.

As my DH have learn similar form of martial art, he felt that it was good to send our DD to learn this form due to her size.

Sifu Ken Lau said that if we hv 10 to 15 interested participants, we can approach Safra TP to start a class for kids.

auntieM, tks for the recommendation but it appears that they do not teach Wing Chun.

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Postby agentcodybank » Sat May 22, 2010 9:03 pm

Hi Cookiemonster, you may want to ask your DH to coach your DD first before starting the wingchun class? The initial training could be quite boring for a kid.

Sry, not trying to be wet-blanket but I was also trained in wingchun, direct lineage from Ipman, not Ipchun though. What you see on Ipman movie (how he teaches the factory workers) is actually how it looks like in real life training.

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Postby CookiesMonster » Sat May 22, 2010 9:55 pm

hi agentcodybank, my DH was trained in Nan Chuen but he has stopped many yrs ago thus not really ideal to be the one training DD.

saw what my DH went thru & find that it is training can be pretty tough.

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