About

WING CHUN

Wing Chun is a Chinese form of close-range combat. According to legend, Wing Chun was created by a woman in order to defeat a larger man. Wing Chun uses small, precise forces to deflect powerful attacks. Wing Chun works by using practical, efficient movements.

OUR CLASS

Our style of Wing Chun emphasizes the skills that a smaller person needs to effectively defend against a larger, stronger person. We don’t teach students how to be stronger or faster. Instead, we work to minimize muscular tension and aggression, which are counter-productive.

We spend a lot of time on the basics. With the proper body positions and a solid foundation, we can stay relaxed under pressure, which helps us anticipate our opponents’ moves.

Beginners are welcome to every class and no experience is needed. We all train together and there are no belts or separate grade classes. Advanced students regularly work out with beginning students in partner drills and free-form sparring.

The class is relatively small and taught very casually, with the necessary information given freely, but learning this style requires practice and self-discipline.

Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8 pm to 10 pm on Taraval St. near 18th Ave. in San Francisco. Contact us to arrange a visit.  (Scroll down for our Sunday schedule)  

CLASS TIMES & LOCATION

(Right across Safeway on Taraval!)

Sundays from 10:15 am to 12 noon along the Fulton St. side of Spreckels Lake in Golden Gate Park. Feel free to just drop by the Sunday class.

(We like to enjoy the fresh air by Spreckels Lake in Golden Gate Park!)

FRANCIS DER

Sifu Francis Der has taught Wing Chun for over 15 years in the Sunset District in San Francisco. He began learning Wing Chun in 1980 from his father, Sifu Ben Der. Francis credits his father, along with Sifu Kenneth Chung, Steve and Sandy Wong, and many other brothers and sisters at San Jose Wing Chun for their expert guidance in continuing the Leung Sheung lineage.

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