Kung-fu is a Chinese term referring to any study, learning, or practice that requires patience, energy, and time to complete, often mistakenly used in the West to refer solely to Chinese martial arts.

In its original meaning, kung-fu can refer to any skill achieved through hard work and practice, not necessarily martial.

Originally, to practice kung-fu did not just mean to practice Chinese martial arts. Instead, it referred to the process of one’s training – the strengthening of the body and the mind, the learning and the perfection of one’s skills – rather than to what was being trained. It refers to excellence achieved through long practice in any endeavour.

In the colloquial, one can say that a person’s kung-fu is good in cooking, or that someone has kung-fu in calligraphy; saying that a person possesses kung-fu in an area implies skill in that area, which they have worked hard to develop. Someone with “bad kung-fu” simply has not put enough time and effort into training, or seems to lack the motivation to do so.

To study kung-fu is ultimately to study and learn about oneself, and through that study the student will learn to develop and improve themselves, discovering their potential and harnessing their true nature. Training to discover and master the self allows the individual to cultivate a positive attitude in an increasingly negative world.

Wing Chun Dynamics is a scientific art with an emphasis on skill and technique rather than size or strength to suit western practitioners of Kung Fu.

It is the culmination of over thirty years of martial arts training and experience by its founder Master David Taylor.

By combining 60% Wing Chun principles and techniques and 40% Iron Shirt and Golden Bell Chi Kung training methods, WCD offers a natural and efficient self defence system, which is suitable for anyone, regardless of age, gender or physique.

So, while in its essence Wing Chun Dynamics is a self-defence system, through dedication and diligent training it teaches the individual to master him or herself and strengthen both the body and the mind.

Wing Chun is a logical, scientific, yet simple Chinese martial art system, which was developed for practical and effective self-defence. It is a result oriented martial art known for its efficiency and economy of movement based upon the natural body mechanics of the human musculo-skeletal framework.

The Wing Chun system uses punches, palm strikes, elbows, kicks, trapping and control techniques as part of its fighting arsenal.

Problems such as insomnia, depression, stress and panic attacks are all manifestations of the body being in a state of unbalance.

These unique systems of deep breathing Chi Kung exercises and training methods will help maintain a stronger physical body, promote a more positive mind and cultivate a person’s natural energy to its maximum potential.

  • Mindfulness
  • Positive mental attitude
  • Self confidence
  • Physical well being
  • Self awareness
  • Conflict management
  • Moving meditation
  • Pressure points

Through dedication, self-discipline and correct application of knowledge students can potentially qualify as an instructor in the art of WCD and open their own schools passing on the skills they have learnt to ensure the art grows for future generations.

Kung-fu is a Chinese term referring to any study, learning, or practice that requires patience, energy, and time to complete, often mistakenly used in the West to refer solely to Chinese martial arts.

In its original meaning, kung-fu can refer to any skill achieved through hard work and practice, not necessarily martial.

Originally, to practice kung-fu did not just mean to practice Chinese martial arts. Instead, it referred to the process of one’s training – the strengthening of the body and the mind, the learning and the perfection of one’s skills – rather than to what was being trained. It refers to excellence achieved through long practice in any endeavour.

In the colloquial, one can say that a person’s kung-fu is good in cooking, or that someone has kung-fu in calligraphy; saying that a person possesses kung-fu in an area implies skill in that area, which they have worked hard to develop. Someone with “bad kung-fu” simply has not put enough time and effort into training, or seems to lack the motivation to do so.

To study kung-fu is ultimately to study and learn about oneself, and through that study the student will learn to develop and improve themselves, discovering their potential and harnessing their true nature. Training to discover and master the self allows the individual to cultivate a positive attitude in an increasingly negative world.

Wing Chun Dynamics is a scientific art with an emphasis on skill and technique rather than size or strength to suit western practitioners of Kung Fu.

It is the culmination of over thirty years of martial arts training and experience by its founder Master David Taylor.

By combining 60% Wing Chun principles and techniques and 40% Iron Shirt and Golden Bell Chi Kung training methods, WCD offers a natural and efficient self defence system, which is suitable for anyone, regardless of age, gender or physique.

So, while in its essence Wing Chun Dynamics is a self-defence system, through dedication and diligent training it teaches the individual to master him or herself and strengthen both the body and the mind.

Wing Chun is a logical, scientific, yet simple Chinese martial art system, which was developed for practical and effective self-defence. It is a result oriented martial art known for its efficiency and economy of movement based upon the natural body mechanics of the human musculo-skeletal framework.

The Wing Chun system uses punches, palm strikes, elbows, kicks, trapping and control techniques as part of its fighting arsenal.

Problems such as insomnia, depression, stress and panic attacks are all manifestations of the body being in a state of unbalance.

These unique systems of deep breathing Chi Kung exercises and training methods will help maintain a stronger physical body, promote a more positive mind and cultivate a person’s natural energy to its maximum potential.

  • Mindfulness
  • Positive mental attitude
  • Self confidence
  • Physical well being
  • Self awareness
  • Conflict management
  • Moving meditation
  • Pressure points

Through dedication, self-discipline and correct application of knowledge students can potentially qualify as an instructor in the art of WCD and open their own schools passing on the skills they have learnt to ensure the art grows for future generations.