Movement practices


wing chun

Wing Chun originated as a Southern Chinese Kung Fu style and was developed for crowded urban environments such as the cities most people live in today.

It is a close-quarters system form of defence, also known as "beautiful springtime". It requires quick arm movements and strong legs, but is practiced by people of all ages, sizes, shapes and degrees of physical ability.

It is applicable to both men and women, although women tend to progress very quickly in the art. It uses structure rather than strength, so it is based on the natural human anatomy, and does not require extraordinary flexibility or athleticism.

There will be a two free taster for you to enjoy at Nurture Centre. This will give you a good theoretical framework of this practice, as well as show you the primary mechanisms.

Free Taster Session

Please complete the form below in order to book a place (which are limited). There are two sessions to choose from, Sunday April 7th at 6.30pm - 7.30pm, and Sunday April 21st at 6.30pm - 7.30pm

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