wing tsun starts in the mind

Despite wing tsun’s claims on being a scientific martial art, and a strong basis in maths and trigonometry rather than a buddhist or taoist view like most kung fu styles. Wing tsun’s roots are still that of an internal style.internal benefits on Wing tsunWing tsun’s approach to internalisation uses your opponents sense of balance and body mechanics to break your opponent’s structure when soft, by using a more economically efficient technique to channel your momentum and break his weaker structure; With your force and angle at the right point - cutting through his weaker and static structure.

Despite wing tsun’s claims on being a scientific martial art, and a strong basis in maths and trigonometry rather than a buddhist or taoist view like most kung fu styles. Wing tsun’s roots are still that of an internal style.

internal benefits on Wing tsun

Wing tsun’s approach to internalisation uses your opponents sense of balance and body mechanics to break your opponent’s structure when soft, by using a more economically efficient technique to channel your momentum and break his weaker structure; With your force and angle at the right point - cutting through his weaker and static structure.

We also learn to break a stiff structure, learning to pull, trap or push against a tense opponent to knock him off balance and strike when he becomes vulnerable at that moment of loss of control.

This is what we learn from traditional wing tsun at a superficial and beginner level.

We Understand this through the form. How to create the correct shape and structure in wing tsun, and learn to break others structures. But just like the roots of Wing tsun, the internal benefits are just as important as the external. Siu nim tao is a meditation, an exercise to create complete synchronisation with the current state of your body, with the current consciousness of your mind. This awareness goes from a conscious to an unconscious level. Your body remembering the moves and shapes, ready to create the appropriate shape by instinct when given a strike. While your mind meditates on what the shape is used for, how you would apply it in combat, and the correct positioning of the move in the form. But the siu nim tau also offers a deeper meaning. Emptying you mind, free your mind and body of other distractions while you focus on just one act. Only the constant train of thought of your stance connecting to the ground and nothing else but your hands completing the form, over and over again.

Wing tsun’s use of external pressure and stress training through aggressive drills and focused sparring boosts confidence and calmness. While its meditative like help with positivity, and relief anxiety and stress, allowing you to let go of the tension in your life. Concentration improvement

spatial orientation, proprioception, consciousness of body movement and balance are all abilities we become aware of the internal aspect of our wing tsun system - not just the surface of the forms.

With this both internal background as the building blocks of wing tsun, and the external elements that created the structure of wing tsun. It has become an extreme self defence martial art that benefits the body and mind. A weapon to with effectively against aggressors, and an art to be used to sharpen your senses, and give your mind peace in times of stress.

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