Wing Chun, a Southern Chinese martial arts system, is specifically tailored for close-quarters combat. Its techniques are meticulously crafted for efficient use in tight spaces, without relying on brute force or acrobatic movements. Wing Chun is an inclusive discipline, suitable for practitioners of all genders and ages.

The core tenets of Wing Chun revolve around the centerline philosophy—capturing and adhering to an opponent’s centerline. Key principles include simultaneous attack and defense, heightened tactile sensitivity, and the strategic utilization of an opponent’s force against them.