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About Wing Chun

Wing Chun is a logical, scientific, yet simple martial art which provides both self-defence and fitness skills for people of all ages.
 Wing Chun is completely different from other martial arts because it emphasises economy of movement, which eliminates the need for brute strength. All of its techniques are based on direct, practical, natural body movements which are easy to learn and can be applied immediately. Wing Chun students develop skills in balance, speed and positioning through specific exercises (known as 'forms') to fine tuned movements and cultivate power, and in supervised combat which simulates real-life fighting situations. As in traditional boxing or street fighting, which the style closely represents, the focus is on protecting the body's centreline with short, sharp punches and kicks and following through with strikes to the opponent's vulnerable points. 
There are no showy kicks, spins or splintering of blocks of wood. Indeed, the style's most impressive move, the one-inch punch, is over in the blink of an eye and needs to be witnessed at close range. The punch is delivered just one inch from its target which can then be sent 'flying' up to three metres away, evidence of the remarkable power of Wing Chun's determination force, or 'chi'. Some martial arts schools focus self defence training on assault targets and fancy, impractical techniques whose application in realistic fighting situations and even tournaments is severely limited. A distinctive feature of the Janos Konya Wing Chun Academy's unique training system is that everything taught can be applied effectively in a real fight.

Students learn how to utilise their bodies efficiently to generate more power. This is achieved through a series of logical, comprehensive principles which focus on simplicity, directness, practicality, economy of movement and minimum use of brute strength. The quality of movements rather than quantity is stressed. Maximising the use of body mass enables students from any style of training - be it martial arts or another sport - to enhance their ability to generate force and realise their full potential without resorting to brute strength. Wing Chun's use of leverage and redirection to overcome and neutralise oncoming strikes ensures that students need not fight an attacker's resistance, therefore eliminating the need for brute force. 

Through the improvement of body structure, co-ordination of movements and mind-body control, the unique determination force or chi of Wing Chun can be achieved. Using chi, students are able to develop power equal to that of assailants twice their physical size and more. Because Wing Chun is a scientific system of self defence, a thorough understanding of the art is necessary before students can execute the movements properly and remember them long-term.  The aim is to sharpen mental as well as physical skills - relaxation, concentration and mind control forming an integral part of the system. The Academy's genuine Wing Chun system guarantees to provide the most efficient method of self defence.
About our school

JK Wing Chun Academy is a high integrity martial arts school focusing on self discipline and personal development. The Academy combines a mix of traditional teachings, and contemporary applications to involve and inspire the students. Our programs are suitable for men, women and children of all ages and all levels of ability from Beginner to high level. All classes are led by experienced instructors who meet working with children requirements, and who themselves have a passion for the martial arts. 
Training is systematic and involves levels of learning and a focus on 'mind work' to achieve correct physical postures for effective self defence, no matter what your size. Our Mission is to develop our students on all levels - Mind, Body and Spirit. We aim to give them the strength and flexibility of Mind and Body to lead confident and successful lives.
                                                                Wing Chun for kids
With child abduction, sexual abuse, schoolyard bullying, and sports injuries in today's headlines, parents have  good reason to worry about their children's safety. It is virtually impossible, however, leading the busy, modern lives that parents and children do, to provide responsible supervision for a child 100% of the time. That's why it is vital that children be made aware of certain dangers and learn to look after themselves when trouble strikes.

Wing Chun kung fu is an excellent system of self defence for children. It is easy to learn and enormously practical. Designed by a woman, its movements are based on skill rather than size or strength, meaning a smaller person can develop the ability to overcome a larger attacker. All of the techniques are designed for realistic self defence situations rather than being acrobatic or fanciful. Some examples might be: repelling  the blows or kicks of the school bully, breaking the grip of a would-be abductor, or protecting one's face or body in a rugby tackle.

Principal Instructor of the Academy, Janos Konya believes that Wing Chun is an excellent hobby for children aged from five years up because it combines a number of benefits. The primary benefit is that students learning Wing Chun greatly improve their confidence, the confidence itself forming a strong deterrent in dangerous situations. Other benefits such as improved self discipline and concentration can assist academic study, and mixing in classes with other like-minded children strengthens social skills.

 The general fitness provided by Wing Chun as well as specific skills in co-ordination, reflexes, posture and  flexibility, can greatly enhance children's physical  development in their vital formative years (particularly  adolescence). Wing Chun trains the mind as well as the body, helping students to develop alertness, concentration, control and confidence.
Wing Chun first form 小念头

All the basic hand movements used in Wing Chun are contained in Siu Nim Tao. There is minimal leg movement in the form; the feet only move to set up the stance in the initial movements. Siu Nim Tao practice:
defines the centreline and teaches students where their hands should be relative to it teaches students how to execute Wing Chun strikes correctly reinforces the correct elbow position instills correct breathing patterns
facilitates force generation in short range Wing Chun strikes 
Great emphasis is put on relaxation while performing Siu Nim Tao. This facilitates efficiency of movement and hand speed. Some teachers, notably Chu Shong Tin, place enormous emphasis on relaxation during Siu Nim Tao practice.[citation needed] Chu Shong Tin places heavy emphasis on using the "Little Idea" when moving. This means that you use your subconscious mind to move without the aid of your muscles.