“Wing Chun”—The most practical self-defense system for adults. Tenets of Wing Chun include practicality, efficiency and economy of movement. The system of Wing Chun is based on 2 theories and 3 principles that highlight the simplicity of this traditional form of Chinese Kung-Fu. Its roots are centuries old and its techniques have been passed down through the ages by dedicated disciples. Grand Master Sunny Tang is a 2nd generation Disciple of Yip Man (Bruce Lee’s teacher), and one of the first to bring Wing Chun to Canada over 30 years ago. Ving Tsun is a result-oriented style of Chinese Martial Arts known for its economy of movement and efficiency. Ving Tsun does not rely on magic to achieve its efficiency. All Ving Tsun techniques are based on certain fundamental principles, which take into account the limitation and capability of human movements, the relative position between the practitioner and the opponent, and the most economic movement to achieve the desired result under any situation. The training is strict and requires a high level of concentration, conceptual understanding and discipline.
Classes are open to all levels from beginner to advanced and practitioners are encouraged to develop their skills through paired training and controlled application. The Sunny Tang Ving Tsun program is a direct lineage to Grand Master Yip Man through Grand Master Moy Yat. We are the only Ving Tsun school in Quebec with over 15 schools across the country bearing the Sunny Tang affiliation. In 1996 as tribute to the now late Grand Master Moy Yat, the spelling of Ving Tsun as opposed to the more traditional “Wing Chun” was incorporated by our schools as recognition to the lineage of our Kung Fu Family. (This program is recommended for practitioners 14 years and over).