Pacific Wing Chun Association

Pacific Wing Chun Kung Fu Association

Dedication, Honor, Respect

Prayers go out to the Peoples of Japan

Posted by Lawrence Ramirez on March 11, 2011 at 4:00 PM Comments comments (0)

Prayers go out to the Peoples of Japan. 


Please keep your thoughts and prayers for the peoples of Japan. Help in any way if you can. An easy way is to give to Red Cross at:

You can text REDCROSS to 90999 to donate $10 in support of the Japan earthquakes and pacific tsunami. Or contact, http://www.redcross.com/


We at Pacfific Wing Chun Association offer our deepest sincere condolences to all the families whom lost life of loved ones and or their h...

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Maxims of Wing Chun

Posted by Lawrence Ramirez on December 13, 2010 at 12:25 AM Comments comments (0)

Maxims of Wing Chun

 

Retain what comes in, send off what retreats. Rush in on loss of hand contact.

 

Do not be lax when your opponent is not advancing.

 

Once your opponent moves, his center of gravity changes.

 

Make the first move to have control. Attack according to timing.

 

Timing is achieved through practice.

 

A strong attitude and posture gives an advantage over your opponent...

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Traditional Wing Chun Rules of Conduct

Posted by Lawrence Ramirez on December 13, 2010 at 12:25 AM Comments comments (0)

 

 

 

Traditional Wing Chun Rules of Conduct

 

Remain disciplined - Conduct yourself ethically as a martial artist.

 

Practice courtesy and righteousness - Serve the society and respect your elders.

 

Love your fellow students - Be united and avoid conflicts.

 

Limit your desires and pursuit of bodily pleasures - Preserve the proper spirit.

 

Train diligently - ...

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Understanding the Manifestation of Chi

Posted by Lawrence Ramirez on December 13, 2009 at 2:30 AM Comments comments (0)

Understanding the Manifestation of Chi

By Lawrence Ramirez Sifu

Chi Kung or Qi Gong can be described as the art of developing vital energy. Throughout ancient China, people believed that through certain exercise, meditation and, various breathing technique, they could control and enhance their physical, as well as mental, development.

Chi Kung may be classified into many different types, and may be used, or practiced for a variety of reasons. The eld...

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Control of Centerline

Posted by Lawrence Ramirez on December 13, 2008 at 2:30 AM Comments comments (0)

Control of Centerline

By Lawrence Ramirez Sifu

Why is control of centerline so important?

In Wing Chun Kung Fu the most fundamental of principals are correct posture, hand technique, the bridging to, and redirection of your opponents force, also the proper application of these principles. These principles, and technique are important, but we must also keep in mind, maintaining control of centerline is the key to controlling your opponent’s movem...

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