Dragon Family Wing Chun is an integrated system with aspects of both internal and external, Eastern and Western and enriched with progressive and traditional practices. Our Wing Chun lineage is under Leung Sheung (Ip Man’s senior-most student) with influences from Chen-style Tai Chi, bareknuckle boxing and fencing. A multi-range system, Dragon Family Wing Chun includes long range, long bridge, medium bridge and short bridge fighting. It also seemlessly integrates both striking and grappling elements in its fighting approach. Dragon Family Wing Chun can fight in longer boxing and kickboxing type ranges as well as clinch and grappling ranges. Its aim in fighting is immediate threat control in realistic self-defense situations. It accomplishes this with a concept-based (rather than technique-based) approach to fighting. Its philosophy emphasizes direct, efficient and practical no-rules-based responses in self-defense scenarios.
Dragon Family Wing Chun is not merely a fighting art. It is also considered an art of living. The same concepts and principles used for modern, practical fighting are also applied as a philosophy for life. The art makes everything else you do a little better by complimenting and enhancing other pratices in a person’s life. The bottom line, Dragon Family Wing Chun is an invitation to each human being to transform themselves.