WING CHUN is a concept-based Chinese martial art and form of self-defense utilizing both striking and "sticking" or controlling while specializing in close-range combat.
According to legend, Wing Chun was created by the Buddhist nun Ng Mui, who was a master of Shaolin Kung Fu. Using her martial arts training and personal experience, she synthesized a compact form of Kung Fu to exploit weaknesses inherent in the other combat styles of her time and give an advantage to smaller fighters like herself.
Wing Chun uses structure rather than strength, and timing rather than speed. It is also based on natural human anatomy rather than mimicking the movements of animals, so it does not require extraordinary flexibility or athleticism.
Wing Chun originated in and was developed for crowded urban environments such as the cities most people live in today. It is a close-quarters fighting system that can be used even when assaulted in a confined space like a cramped hallway, stairwell or elevator.
This is a great self defense course for ages 21 and over.