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During the early seventies, Sifu Lee lived and trained full time in Hong Kong with Master Wong Shun Leung. These arduous and intensive years were spent training up to fifteen hours a day, seven days a week.

Master Wong Shun Leung called him "The Machine" and "the quickest, with the most special understanding", "if you are hit by him you don't stand up".

During that time, Sifu Lee had many challenge matches and life-threatening situations. As a result, he has the necessary practical experience to teach the best technical responses in combat.

He has continuously trained with similar dedication since then, for up to seven hours a day every day even with a full time career.

Sifu Lee has been an instructor to Police, Security, and Military personnel, and other specialist groups. He also has considerable experience teaching both in Australia, and overseas in both seminar and class situations, and thus is both a teacher and a fighter - an all too rare phenomenon in the martial arts world.

 

SIFU BARRY LEE REPRESENTS MASTER WONG SHUN LEUNG’S VING TSUN IN THE WESTERN WORLD.

 

LIFE MEMBER :Wong Shun Leung Ving Tsun Martial Arts Association.

RECOGNISED BY : Hong Kong Ving Tsun (Wing Chun) Athletic Association.

MEMBER : Federation of Australasian Kung Fu Organisations.

GOVERNMENT ACCREDITED : Australian Sports Commission.

 

What is Ving Tsun? By Sifu Barry Lee

Ving Tsun Kung Fu is a sophisticated form of fighting, which develops an ultra-high level of feeling and instinctive reaction... "If you have to stop and think it's too late!"


"If you have to always use your eyes, to see what your opponent is doing it's too late!". Ving Tsun teaches specific reactions to certain attacks (as do all fighting styles) but exactly how you move is dependent on the "feeling" developed throughout the body from a unique training method called Chi Sao.

Chi Sao is designed to increase feeling ( sensitivity to changes in force & movement), flexibility, instinctive reaction, continuity and co-ordination of movement. It also teaches angles of attack, timeing, distancing, footwork and above all, a principle called Lut Sao Jet Chung,
which refers to a continuous forward force, often misunderstood but invaluable once mastered.


In Ving Tsun very great force can be generated from close quarters and good practitioners are magnificent "in-fighters". Those who truly master the style are in no way disadvantaged by long range attacks however. ln fact the specific training to fight in close, generally makes a distance attack appear slow by comparison.


Ving Tsun teaches conservation of energy and simultaneous block and attack. Economy of motion, the principle of using the right amount of force at the right time is one of the corner stones of this exciting style. The kicks employed are usually very low, to the weaker areas and used in conjunction with the hands. Being a style which does not rely on brute muscular strength, but co-ordination of body movement, angles of attack, redirecting and using the opponents force and movement against them. Ving Tsun is particularly suitable to woman wanting a truly effective means of protection.


The term "Self Defence" is often misunderstood. As my Sifu, Legendary Master Wong Shun Leung once said: "How can you defend yourself, unless you can fight & win?". Ving Tsun gives you the necessary tools (principles, techniques and practiced skill) to fight and win.

Understand the situation, know the technique, react without hesitation. "Feel, don't think!"

Copyright 1997/21.J.97/barry.lee.

 

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(Sifu Barry Lee, the Story, as known by his close friends and students)

 

Contact Information

Telephone
+61 419 746 001
 
Facsimile
+61 2 8850 3420
 
Postal address
PO Box 65, Strathfield NSW 2135 Australia
 
Electronic mail
General Information: vtinfo@vingtsun.net.au

 

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Other Ving Tsun Sites

Barry Lee (Germany)

The Ving Tsun Centre (Newcastle, Australia)

Planet Wing Chun

Wing Chun World

Ving Tsun Athletic Association

Ip Man's Ving Tsun Kung Fu

Ving Tsun Museum

Wong Shun Leung Chat Page

Wong Shun Leung Ving Tsun Kung Fu Association (UK)

AsociaciĆ³n EspaƱola de Ving Tsun (Barcelona, Spain)

Ving Tsun Gung Fu (Germany)

Associatie Wing-Chun Kung-Fu (Holland)

 

 
 

 

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27 October 2006

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