For women concerned about their personal safety yet intimidated by the male-dominated image of martial arts, Wing Chun Kung Fu is the ideal solution for women's self defence.
As the only martial art invented by a woman, Buddhist nun, Ng Mui, Wing Chun does not rely on size or strength to be effective.
The secret to achieving proficiency in the art is to relax and turn an attacker’s force against him, a skill more physiologically suited to women.
The International Wing Chun Academy offers a safe and encouraging learning environment for women of all ages and walks of life.
[T]he class gave me a super-sweaty workout that combined cardio and strength training, plus stretching. I learnt how to punch and kick properly, and how to hurt someone if they grab my wrist. Hi-yaaa!
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Australian Women's Health Magazine
The Academy's specialised training programme is easy to learn, can be applied effectively in any situation and is not risky. Protective body gear is available and care is taken to prevent injury.
The Academy's women's self defence classes not only offer skills in practical self defence, they also present a challenging and interesting means of keeping fit, sharpening the mind and building self confidence. Other benefits include:
- Muscle toning
- Improved posture and flexibility
- Weight loss and weight control
Women's Self Defence Demonstration
Click on the video above to view a women's self defence demonstration from the Academy's 34th Anniversary Open Day in Sydney, 2007.
How to Join the Academy
Click here to find out how you can start training today at the International Wing Chun Academy!