Wooden Dummy Workshop August 17

 

Holzpuppe (Muk Yan Jong) Seminar

11.08.-Fr. 13.08.2017 in Giessen

 

gelehrt wird

Wooden Dummy Form:

  • Stuktur, Winkel, Energie und Einsatz der Holzpuppe
  • Idee und Nutzen für den Ving Tsun- Lernenden
  • Schrittarbeit innerhalb der Holzpuppen-Form
  • Kampf-Techniken und Anwendung
  • Empty Wooden-Dummy-Form

 

Achtung: Sollten Sie mit dem Seminar oder dem Training nicht zufrieden sein, erstatten wir Ihnen die geleisteten Gebühren zurück.

Chi-Sao Kenntnisse und Formenkenntnisse sind erforderlich, um aus dem Workshop den größten Nutzen zu ziehen. Gewöhnlich beginnt man nach der Chum Kiu Form mit dem Training am Dummy.
Das Wochen-Seminar richtet sich daher eher an fortgeschrittene Schüler. Anfänger mit
gutem Verständnis können sich aber auch anmelden.

Intensivtrainingsprogramm von 10:00-16:30 Uhr (1h Pause).

Unterkünfte können vermittelt werden. Für Getränke und Speisen ist selbst zu sorgen. Vorort gibt es jedoch Kaffee und Kuchen.

Teilnahmegebühr für Workshop + Teilnahmebestätigung  250,- Euro/  160,- Euro für Mitglieder

Info und Seminaranmeldung unter: 0163-6717153

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wing Chun Workshop- mit Michael Yan Choi, U.K.

verbindliche anmeldung

 

28.-29.06.2014 10:00 – 16:30 Uhr

 

 

 

 

Themen:

I. Ving Tsun Chi Sao
II. Ving Tsun Methode

mit Michael Yan Choi (Birmingham, U.K.), Senjor-Schüler von Sifu Ip Ching und Sifu Gary Lam

und Keith Chan (London, U.K.)

und Mirko Platz (Chinese Kung Fu Institute)

Ving Tsun Curriculum und Philosophie
Das Ving Tsun System als Methode
Chi Sao – von der Form zu Kampftechniken
Gwoh Sao – von Dan Chi Sao zum Gwoh Sao

Das Seminar ist grundsätzlich offen für alle Verbände und Stile.

Achtung: Sollten Sie mit dem Seminar oder dem Training nicht zufrieden sein, erstatten wir Ihnen die bis dahin geleisteten Gebühren zurück.

Grundkenntnisse im Chi-Sao und sowie der Sil Lim Tao wären hilfreich, um aus dem Workshop den größten Nutzen ziehen zu können. Das Wochenend-Seminar richtet sich an Anfänger und Fortgeschrittene

Intensives Trainingsprogramm von 10:30-16:30 Uhr (ca. 1h Pause).

günstige und kostenlose Unterkünfte können vermittelt werden. Für Speisen tagsüber ist selbst zu sorgen. Vorort gibt es jedoch Kaffee und Kuchen. Sonntag Abends gibts dann Barbecue für Alle.

Teilnahmegebühr fürs Wochenendseminar: 120,- Euro für beide Tage inkl. anschließendem Barbecue (Sonntag) und Getränke abends

Achtung: es sind nur begrenzte Plätze frei, deswegen rechtzeitig anmelden und reservieren!

Info und Seminaranmeldung unter: 0163-6717153
www.kung-fu-giessen.de

english Version from Keith Chan’s Webseite:
Most people think that we learn Chisau 黐手 in Wing Chun solely to Chisau with another Wing Chun guy. They can’t see the correlation between Chisau and Wing Chun fighting. Anyone with intelligence can see the stupidity in such thinking. If Chisau has no applications in Wing Chun fighting and it’s only good for Chisauing with another Wing Chun guy, why do we spend so much time practising it?

This Workshop will highlight the ways in which we use Chisau in Wing Chun fighting. We will show some of the applications of the 18 Wing Chun hands and explain what’s Gwohsau – free exchange in Wing Chun. We will also demonstrate the many principles behind this wonderful art, such as 借力打力 ( jair lik dar lik) .Unlike many other lineages & seminars\workshops, we welcome all from whatever lineage of Wing Chun, and we encourage all the participants to Gwohsau – free exchange of hands in a friendly manner. Find out how many hands you can really use, or whether you just resort to Western Boxing. See if you even know how to apply Wing Chun principles, such as 來留去送 溺手直衝 ( loy lau hui shung, lut sau jick chung) , in your application of Wing Chun fighting.We will guarantee your comprehension of Chisau and Wing Chun fighting will improve after the workshop. We are so sure of this that in the unlikely event that you didn’t enjoy the workshop or felt you have learnt from it, we will refund your money in full.

Ving Tsun Wochenend-Seminar mit Michael Yan Choi

am 14.-15.01.2011 in der Trainingshalle in Heuchelheim

mit Michael Yan Choi (Ip Ching Linie und Schüler von Gary Lam)

Start: 10:30 bis 17:00 Uhr

offen für alle Stile und Verbände, keine Vorkenntnisse erforderlich

Seminarthema: Chi Sao translated into Fighting Applications

 

  • Chi Sao (Theorie, Positionen, Struktur, Reflexe, Techniken)
  • Chi Sao Übungen für Fortgeschrittene und Anfänger
  • Poon Sao (The Wong Shun Leung Engine)
  • Beinarbeit im Gwo Sao (für Fortgeschrittene)
  • Chi Sau Fähigkeiten übersetzen in Kampftechniken
  • Strategie, Philosophie und Innere Energie

Erste Chi-Sao Kenntnisse und Formenkenntnisse, sowie insgesamt eine solide Basis soll hinreichend sein, um aus dem Workshop den größten Nutzen zu ziehen.
Aber auch Anfänger, ohne Vorkenntnisse oder nur mit geringen Vorkenntnissen können das Seminar nutzen, um mit Ving Tsun Kung Fu zu beginnen.

Intensivtrainingsprogramm von 10:30-17:00 Uhr (1h Pause).

Unterkünfte können vermittelt werden. Für Getränke und Speisen ist selbst zu sorgen. Vorort gibt es jedoch Kaffee und Kuchen.

Teilnahmegebühr für Workshop + Teilnahmebestätigung  35/Tag, 60Euro/2 Tage

 

Michael Yan Choi

Michael Yan Choi – or ‘Choi’ as he’s better known to his sifus & gungfu brothers all around the world – has been involved in the martial arts, but more specifically wing chun gungfu, for over 26-years’ + and is still in the pursuit of higher level wing chun.

His wing chun journey began with sifu Kan Wah Chit (one of grandmaster Yip Man’s direct early students). Furthering his path on the wing chun road, he also had wing chun teaching from the sifu Leung Sheung & sifu Yip Ching lineage, and he’s still actively learning & honing his wing chun skills with sifu Lam Man Hoc – one of Wong Sheung Leung’s most senior students.

Every teacher along my journey has given me a piece of the large wing chun ‘puzzle’, for which I’m forever greatful, but, ultimately, my wing chun is distinctly mine, with my own signitures. At the highest level, wing chun is the ‘expression’ of oneself. It’s the accumulation of your experiences, your personality, your body type, and your comprehension. In fact, sifu Lam Man Hoc has advocated to me many times that I shouldn’t just ‘copy’ his wing chun; I should find my ‘own way’, since wing chun is an intelligent training method, and we should not aim to produce wing chun ‘robots’.

Ever since I can remember, I have loved the martial arts. I can even remember me watching the old black & white, Sek Kin & Tso Dak Wah gungfu serious on television whilst drinking from my milk bottle! It didn’t matter what style of gungfu or its origination, I love it all the same. 40-years’ + down the line, I’m still fascinated by high level gungfu and mesmerized by it actions. Even though I love all gungfu, I have chosen to focus my effort in attaining my personal best in the art of wing chun gungfu. It’s a beautiful & profound art, extremely high in level, and therefore nothing but my fullest attention will do to attain a mere proficiency & justification in this wonderful method.

It’s important to note that I’m just a humble wing chun ‘student’, and for the people that are seeking for one of the many self-proclaimed ‘masters’ out there, fortunately I’m not one of them.

I would also like to take this opportunity to offer my ‚hand of friendship‘ to all my fellow wing chun practitioners. If you happen to be nearby, you are all welcome to come & visit my kwoon to join me for a cup of tea or coffee (I’m an English tea addict), or maybe a ‚friendly‘ chisau\gwohsau session. I don’t have much, but I’m willing to share what little I’ve.

Contact number: (+44) 07836 600832

Chi Sao – Ip Chun

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Chi Sau von Ip Chun

GM Ip Chun spricht über Chi Sao

Anmerkung zum Begriff
Chi Sau wird oft und vor allem in den Staaten Chi Sao gesprochen. Die verbale Übersetzung von Chi Sao oder Chi Sau ist also gleich. Im Westen verstehen manche unter Chi Sao „Sticky Hands“, doch dies verfehlt in Wirklichkeit die eigentlich wichtigen Punkte von Chi Sau.

Chi Sao ist der wichtigste Teil innerhalb des Lernprozesses im Wing Chun. Dennoch gibt es auch heute noch viele Wing Chun Schüler, die Chi Sao immer noch nicht richtig verstanden haben.
Es gibt Wing Chun Lehrer die zu viel Gewicht auf das Chi Sao legen, glaubend, daß wenn Sie einmal die richtige Energieverwendung gelernt haben, sie keine Techniken mehr brauchen, um den Gegner kontrollieren zu können. Andere meinen, weil Chi Sao nicht direkt Kampftechniken gleicht, kann es dadurch keinen praktischen Nutzen in einem realen Kampf haben. Es muß verstanden sein, was Chi Sao bringt im Bezug auf den realen Kampf und der Unterschied zwischen Chi Sao und Sparring.

There are Wing Chun teachers who put too much importance on Chi Sau, thinking that once they have learned the energy of Chi Sau they will not require any other kind of hand techniques to be able to control their opponent. Others feel that because Chi Sau does not resemble „One step“ fighting techniques that it cannot therefore be of any practical value in sparring or real fights. It must be understood what Chi Sau can give you in relation to real fights, also what the difference is between sparring and Chi Sau.

Firstly we must understand that Chi Sau is only part of the training method of Wing Chun Kung Fu. Chi Sau is used to provide us with four essentials of factors of Wing Chun knowledge, there are other concepts which are relevant but we shall discuss here those which are most important.
4 elements of Chi Sau

· Good hand technique [fighting method]
· Knowledge of energy use
· Good sensitivity and reflexes
· Achieving the best position in sparring
These are the four most important factors in sparring. Once you have understood these four factors then you can apply any technique, whenever necessary. The greater the knowledge of these four factors then the more likely it will be that you succeed in sparring or fighting.

To understand this point from a different angle. Everybody knows that money is the most important tool [item] that we need whenever we go out to buy something, the more money or purchasing power we have the easier it is to get what we want, but it still depends on how you use your money, as a consumer you have to select what you need to buy and not spend on items you will never use, therefore if you have a lot of money it does not mean it will give real value.

Alternatively, when we are studying in school, we are supplied with knowledge of ethics, health, philosophy, and other aspects s of education, all of these we are taught. Some aspects will have a direct effect on our later life others only and indirect effect, a number may have an effect but then be dormant and take many years to surface. Nobody can say there is no need for complete education. For a few in school their results are always excellent, every year they might be top in examinations, yet when they enter into adult society their performance does not show their earlier promise. It all depends upon weather they can fluently apply what they learnt in school.

Chi Sau and sparring are related in much the same way. Chi Sau can supply all of the most important knowledge we need in sparring, Chi Sau is not free sparing this must be recognised, but if a students Chi Sau is good then their sparring will be good. Though a students ability to fight depends upon weather they have learnt how to fluently apply the four factors mentioned earlier.

Therefore what we can learn from Chi Sau is complete in all directions, it is often the case with a practitioner who has good knowledge of the four factors, that when they are sparing or in a fight situation that they can handles it easily. There is no need to learn how to use one specific block against a particular move of kick.

The four factors mentioned in Chi Sau, I personally believe are not only restricted in relevance to Wing Chun, they are also suitable for any style of Kung Fu, Karate, etc [i.e. technique, power, sensitivity and reflexes with position.]. Except for hand technique which you can visibly identify from the forms, the other three factors are abstract and open to interpretation.

I admired Bruce Lee because he applied what he learnt from Chi Sau very well. Although he did not use Wing Chun techniques he could still apply his energy in whatever he wanted. From studying films you can see that each of his techniques weather it was Wing Chun or not, showed without doubt that his reflexes and reactions were of the highest order, his use of energy perfect and his position excellent.

Everybody says of Chinese Kung Fu it is like the sea, Large and Deep. If you learn Kung Fu in such a way that a specific technique is taught to defend against one particular attack then you are learning ‘dead kung fu‘ and your kung fu will never be large or deep, however if you learn to understand the four factors of Chi Sau, then there will be no end to your knowledge, you will be able to learn, to explore freely and then you will understand Chinese Kung Fu is truly „Large and Deep“.