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Active Listening Self Defense Training

Have you ever been discussing something with a friend and catch yourself drifting off?  They say something you either agree or disagree with, and your mind begins to respond to their comment; in the meantime, you fail to capture everything they're saying.  Sure.  We're all guilty of that.  (Husbands, reportedly, more so than wives. lol)… Continue reading Active Listening Self Defense Training

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Maturing in Kung Fu: The Proprioception Principle

Earlier today I released a blog as an introduction into some of the principles embraced and exercised in kung fu.  (If you've not read that blog, I encourage you to do so.)  It highlighted a key component to kung fu that a practitioner taps into: the created self has an integrity to it that must… Continue reading Maturing in Kung Fu: The Proprioception Principle

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How Can Wing Chun Be Practiced Outside of Combat?

People come to our kwoon (i.e., school or learning hall) for a number of reasons.  Some want to learn self-defense; others want to learn to develop and maintain wellness; others want to learn to use their wellness; etc.  This question is one that gets asked, most often, by those seeking the later.  But, it's a… Continue reading How Can Wing Chun Be Practiced Outside of Combat?