Wing Chun is a martial art that foregrounds practicality and efficiency over brute strength in its techniques. Wing Chun’s efficiency is the idea that the shortest distance between two points is a straight line and always focuses on the opponent’s center line. Wing Chun practice helps to improve sensitivity, reflexes, balance, and coordination.
There are the top Wing Chun schools in Singapore, including:
Chu Sau Lei Wing Chun Singapore
Chu Sau Lei Wing Chun Singapore is at 112 Middle Road in Midland House. Chu Sau Lei Wing Chun Singapore was founded in 2007 and has grown to become one of the premier Wing Chun or Yong Chun Kuen” () Schools in Singapore. Their roots are in the Yip Man lineage, as taught by Hawkins Cheung. They are well known in Wing Chun circles for our Body Structure method. Qigong and gloves training is an essential part of our Wing Chun training.
It was founded in 2007. Chu Sau Lei Wing Chun Singapore was founded in 2007 and has since grown to become one of Singapore’s premier Chinese Martial Arts schools. Their goal is to provide a safe yet challenging environment where our students can learn Chinese Martial Arts and self-defense and improve their health and fitness. Students of all levels and backgrounds, aged 15 and up, are welcome. Chu Sau Lei Wing Chun Kuen, also known as “Yong Chun Quan” (), derives from Yip Man Wing Chun as taught by Hawkins Cheung, a student of Yip Man. Grand Master Robert Chu Sau Lei is the founder of Chu Sau Lei Wing Chun and a student of Hawkins Cheung.
You can check their Wing Chun Website over here https://wingchunsingapore.sg/
Wing Chun Kuen Training Centre
Wing Chun Kuen Training Centre is located in Midview City. The Singapore Wing Chun Kuen Training Centre (WCKTC) has a flexible training structure where students can train at their regular Weekday or Weekend classes.Sifu Chua KahJoo and his instructors teach all classes. Wing Chun Kuen students will be exposed to traditional and modern aspects of martial art. y. Sifu Chua will select one technique from the form to explain the practicality and scientific concept to students in each class. Sifu Chua will also demonstrate Wing Chun Kuen’s execution and the psychology involved in specific self-defense and combat scenarios.
Their website is over here.
Dennis Lee Ving Tsun Martial Arts Association
Singapore (DLVT) is Singapore’s only school closely associated with the origins of Ip Man’s Wing Chun. It is also Singapore’s sole official representative of Ip Ching’s (son of Ip Man) lineage of Wing Chun. Ip Man’s Wing Chun derives from the VingTsun Athletic Association (VTAA) in Hong Kong, founded by the late Ip Man himself. Master Dennis Lee, the founder of DLVT, is the current Chairman of the VTAA and a closed-door disciple of Grandmaster Ip Ching. He has over 25 years of Wing Chun experience and is permanently based in Hong Kong.
You can check out their website here – https://www.ipmanwingchun.sg/
Ken Lau Wingchun Singapore
The school was founded by chance in the year 2000. Sifu Ken Lau recently relocated to Singapore from Hong Kong and was looking for a school / fellow Wing Chun partner to continue his Wing Chun training and practice. It was impossible to find a teacher or school at the time because no teachers or schools publicly taught Wing Chun in Singapore. You can check their website at http://www.wingchunkuen.asia/
Note that Wing Chun school fees are relatively low when compared to other sports. Most schools charge $200 – $300 per month. Some schools allow students to enroll in an unlimited number of classes.