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Chermside Monday 6:30-8.00PM

Forest Lake Wednesday 7:00-8:30PM

4+4 Bonus sessions



 Special Web Offer

2 Trial Sessions for $30






How will Practical Wing Chun

benefit me?

Wing Chun is a Kungfu that is well known for its close quarters combat. It was designed to use for the street environment where aggression occurs more often. 

Some of us will never be in confrontation or be a victim of an assault. But it is inevitable that either you or someone you know will experience some form of harassment/bullying throughout their lives. These situations may happen anywhere anytime and most likely on the streets.

Practical Wing Chun is suitable for everyone regardless of size, gender and age since brute force, strength and acrobatic abilities do not play a decisive role.

In addition to learning effective self-defence techniques, you will:

  • get fitter and be in better shape

  • gain more self-confidence and well-being

  • increase motor awareness 

  • Improve body control and focus of the mind

  • learn how to be disciplined

  • meet new friends with positive energies

  • gain discipline & confidence


Try out 2 sessions before you commit

Practical Wing Chun welcomes people of all ages, gender, race, religious beliefs, skill level and body types.

We believe people of all walks of life should experience the benefits that martial arts has to offer – family, honour, loyalty and respect.

We do not do contract on our memberships here. We believe If you like the way we train and how we look after each other, you will come back. 


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"Wing Chun is a martial arts that suits people of all ages. I particularly like Wan Kam Leung Practical Wing Chun is because it is conceptual, structural and very practical. 
The huge and rich combination of various moves make it very effective to both defend and attack. 
Sifu Jack knows Wing Chun from back to front and he is very patient in demonstrating and explaining each move to his students. This Wing Chun family has friendly and helpful Sifu and instructors that make me go to the classes every week. I wish I could have joined this school much earlier. 
I would highly recommend anyone who wants to learn serious kung fu to this school and linage of Wing Chun. "

~Victor Lo

"I have trained in a few other martial arts styles for many years, whilst all schools are unique in their approach to training, Practical Wing Chun makes learning the art of Wing Chun extremely accessible. Sifu Jack has done this by cultivating a warm, supportive, and family-like culture where self-improvement is done through helping others.

Sifu Jack and the instructors all emphasise application and concepts making every technique you learn highly relevant and useful. This school doesn't just make better martial artists, they make better people as the culture of the school is just as important as the techniques.

~Chris Wong

Wing Chun is an ancient chinese martial art that encompasses a somewhat disadvantaged opponent defending him/herself from 1 other or multiple foes using body leverage, the environment and quick destruction of a single target, While remaining in control of your emotions and your breathing (staying calm). Sifu Jack has adapted the art to current day and age and regularly uses real world scenarios as opportunities to practice against unique weapons (eg scissors, knee strikes, being seated and head/hair holds). We've had the opportunity of taking part in wing chun demonstations in alleyways, bus's and even planes. Sifu Jack is a highly motivated member of the community who regularly donates to charities, he is an uplifting positive person just the right kind of teacher for this day and age.

~Mark Honnibal



A school with traditional values.

Wing Chun talks about centreline. Looking after our centreline covers our vital organs. 

It translates to following our goals in life. The 'ying' and 'yang' balance of life and void getting distract off track.

At our school, we treat everyone like a family member. We grow and support each other. 

Join us now to experience our culture.


  • How do I sign up ?
    To sign up, please click the "BOOK TRIAL" icon above. It will take you to the booking page. Pick a date, and the location of the branch. Follow the online sign up procedures and pay for the 2 trial classes. There is no obligation to join after the 2 sessions. Take the time to enjoy the trainings and see if Wing Chun is suitable for you or not. Please take the time to read through the remaining FAQ. The teachings of Chinese culture and humility is emphasised at our school. The 2 sessions also allows Sifu to examine whether the students are respectful and willing to obey our code of conduct. Not everyone gets the opportunity to train at our school. But a rule of thumb, if you are friendly, you are welcome :) We agree that money can buy a lot of things, but not everything and definitely not Kung fu at our school. You will be expected to be humble, train hard and earn your Kung fu the hard old fashion Chinese way.
  • What is the Beginners introductory sessions for?
    They are for people who are interested in our Wing Chun, but not really sure if this will suit them. Some martial arts schools will try and lock students in with a long contract on their first session. This is not how we operate. We believe if you like our Wing Chun, you will come back. For those who have done Wing Chun from other lineages, please remember every lineage trains differently, the 2 sessions will let you experience the Practical Wing Chun system. Participants will get a basic understanding of our theories, how we train at our school, and how to progress in Practical Wing Chun system to become certified. It is a privilege to learn Wan Kam Leung Practical Wing Chun under the Family tree of Wong Shun Leung’s lineage. We are proud of our system, but at the same time we respect other martial arts, and everyone is humble at our school. If you know what you want and wish to sign up directly, you are welcome to contact us directly.
  • What should I bring with me the first time?
    As a basic courtesy, please arrive at least 15 minutes before we start so that we have enough time to fill out basic disclaimer forms.
  • Where can I find the most updated timetable ?
    Please visit our main page on our website here
  • How many times do I need to train Wing Chun a week to flow?
    It comes down to individuals. We recommend minimum 2 times per week to be able to flow and move like we do.
  • How much is the training fee ?
    Please visit the training fee page.
  • Do you do casual trainings?
    No. We are not a combat sport club. Repetition is required for muscle memory for Wing Chun training. For those who are time poor, we have created a Bronze package for once a week training. For shift workers, we now have morning & late night classes. Please refer to our time table. For those who work away, we have released our Online Training Group program. Do not join the school if you can not commit to at least 1 session per week. Save your money & time. Find another martial arts school or join our seminars/workshops for Non-Wing Chun background when you have more time.
  • Can I come in and watch?
    We used to but unfortunately due to lost of properties incidents in the past, we do not offer non members to sit & watch anymore. (Unless you are planning to enrol your young kids into a Kidsfit program) Wing Chun is a close range combat system. Techniques are repetition training for muscle memory. It is not as exciting to watch compared to combating sports. We therefore highly recommend trying out introductory classes to physically experience the training and the vibe of the school. An interesting fact is that 80% of the people who attended the introductory beginner’s class enrolled with us.
  • Where can I find more information ?
    For more information, please visit our FAQ page.


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