Siu-Nim-Tao

the little idea

Wing Chun’s first and most important form in the Wing Chun system.

You can think of this form as the alphabet, as you need your ABCs…. to read and write, you’ll need the tools and techniques within this form to practice your Wing Chun.

Welcome to the Beginner Course

“Every journey begins with a single step”

Methodology

The methods taught within the course are crucial to its success, there must be a clear understanding of what is going on with each course, level and video.

Each course is structured with the following methodology.  

  • THEORY – knowledge | understanding

  • FORM – performance | names | application

  • TOOL – power development | application

  • DRILLS – solo | partner coordination training

  • CHI-SAO – partner sensitivity training
  • REACTION – recognition | timing | tool selection

  • APPLIED REALITY – test your skills

Siu-Nim-Sao

“the little idea”

Wing Chun’s first and most important form in the Wing Chun system.

You can think of this form as the alphabet, as you need your ABCs…. to read and write, you’ll need the tools and techniques within this form to practice your Wing Chun.

Beginner Course Contents

  • Level 1 – (4 videos)

    • Siu-Nim-Tao: basic shapes
    • Kuen-Sao: wing chun punch
    • Lin-Wan-Kuen-Sao: wing chun chain punching
    • Pak-Sao:  slapping hand
    • Basic Theory
    • Basic Footwork
  • Level 2 – (4 videos)

    • Siu-Nim-Tao: names and meanings
    • Lin-Wan-Kuen-Sao: chain punches
    • High Pak-Sao: slapping hand
    • Basic Theory
    • Basic Footwork
  • Level 3  – (4 videos)

    • Siu-Nim-Tao: application and purpose
    • Kuen-To 2-4 boxing drill
    • Fook-Sao “bridge arm”
    • Basic Theory
    • Basic Footwork

Levels available for the beginner course

Each level contains multiple videos, the video’s will be released and available weekly via your membership account.

Wing Chun quotes

“If you love life, don’t waste time, as time is what life is made of.”

Bruce Lee

Martial arts and movie legend

A student’s mentality in learning martial arts is to overcome one’s problems.”

Ip Chun

Son of GM Ip Man

The best form of self defense is to become invisible…
If you can’t do that learn Wing Chun!

Wong Shun Leung

Student of GM Ip Man