“They say Wing Chun is easy”

“But can you do it?”  

GGM Hawkins Cheung


Wing Chun is said to be “easy to learn” because of its practical and straightforward combat strategy. Yes, true some extent, especially compared to some other Chinese martial arts that can have 30 or even more than 50 traditional forms.

Easy does not mean “simple” because below this veil of simplicity, Wing Chun is a very sophisticated art, with deep roots in traditional Kung Fu and Chinese philosophy. Any art, be it dancing, playing an instrument, etc. is not easy to learn but at the same time, it can enrich your life and be extremely rewarding.

For new students learning Wing Chun can be overwhelming. It is therefore especially important to choose a school with a comprehensive syllabus and a tested teaching method.

I am proud to say that over the years we have built a curriculum and teaching method that provides a clear path for students to learn traditional Wing, Chun Kung Fu. Our syllabus is progressive (step-by-step) and complete with a good balance of learning traditional skills and actual combat practice.  Further, every three (3) months we review your progress based on our grading system. See our syllabus page on this website for more information.

For new students, we developed a Wing Chun Beginners Program.
The Wing Chun Beginners Program, the course fee is $ 250, takes about 2 months and covers our Level 1 syllabus. Upon completion of the course, students will receive the Level 1 certificate.

We strongly advise new students in the art to take up this program. It is a very focussed course wherein a relatively short period, you can cover the basic Wing Chun techniques. From there you can decide whether you want to continue your Wing Chun journey.

At an intermediate and more advanced stage of your training, it is not only about technique. You must also develop and integrate your body, mind, and breath (Qi Gong) to maximize your potential. This method of training is part of the Six Core Elements (SCE), Qi Gong system. It is fully integrated with our Wing Chun practice and can lead you to a whole new level of understanding Wing Chun and traditional Chinese martial arts.

Recommended reading:

Where to learn Wing Chun in Singapore

Chu Sau Lei Wing Chun Qi Gong 

So, if you are interested in taking up Wing Chun….do not hesitate to contact us.

On behalf of our instructors’ team, I am looking forward to hearing from you.

Steven Wang, Head Instructor, Chu Sau Lei Wing Chun