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Redboat Wing Chun is the martial art of "the everlasting spring"

Effective self-defense - Qigong (health education) - Chan (teachings of philosophy)

Shaolin monks developed certain principles, concepts and attitudes which allowed them to calmly face the daily pressures. Difficulties, which emerge on a daily basis, are not perceived as problems anymore, but as challenges that you can actually use to strengthen your personality.

In the present time, the effectiveness of the system was verified by the most famous masters in Dai Duk Lan in Hong Kong. Redboat Wing Chun has a harmonizing and stabilizing effect and increases self-confidence. By training your body, mind and soul learn to work together in harmony. Conscious practice causes the Redboat Wing Chun practitioner to respond more calmly to daily challenges. This counteracts diseases caused by stress and overwork that often occur in our "achievement-oriented society".

Applicable by anyone at anytime

The Redboat practitioner does not only practice the physical aspects of Wing Chun, but also transforms his intellectual and spiritual power potentials. An understanding for the fact that all things are in motion is created and therefore everything is in a constant state of flux. The practitioner learns to "let go" and always engage all situations anew, without reservation. This creates the basis for spontaneous and creative action.

What is REDBOAT?

Redboat Wing Chun is a martial art that is based on principles developed by Shaolin monks. These principles allow you to deal better with stressful situations of daily life.


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