Wing Chun Tao Chi was designed to use only efficient techniques. Movements are short and executed in a straight line. We do not rely on musclepower but the natural movability of the body.
A combination of weightdistribution and quick movement with a small part of muscle strength is the key to make perfect use of our whole body. Further it’s the kicks that make Wing Chun a unique martial art. Kicks are very basic and focused on targets below the belly. For example knee, thigh and the abdomen.
For a Wing-Chun fighter it has no relevance what style his opponent uses.
The most dangerous opponent is a Streetfighter who has no known style and fights „freestyle“. That’s why a Wing Chun fighter learns to position himself before the opponent in a way that disturbes all possible attacks. You try to get contact as soon as possible.
Once there is contact the fighter makes use of the Chi-Sao-Training. Chi-Sao teaches to feel an opponents strength and his movements and to react compatible. That way one does no longer need to see what happens. By following the Wing Chun principles one can feel the movement and act on his behalf.
Another important part of the Wing Chun system are the forms. Forms are used to practice techniques on your own but also help your body regain movability and therefore health increases. Natural movements for joints, muscles and body parts combined with a straight stand build a bridge between body and soul.