About Us

Sifu Pham

Headman

Private Lessson - Seminars - Group Classes - Classic and Modern Training. For more information about our instructors, click the black arrows below.

Johnson Khanthavongsay

Instructor

For lessons and class schedules, contact: jonk@sifupham.com |Garland| Texas |469-371-2950|

Nghia Tran

Instructor

For lessons and class schedules, contact: nghiahoang1607@gmail.com| Saigon Vietnam |84-462714229|


What is wing chun?

Wing Chun , also romanised as Ving Tsun or Wing Tsun, is a concept-based Chinese martial art and form of self-defense utilizing both striking and grappling while specializing in close-range combat.

Through the generations, Wing Chun has managed to retain its focus as a practical fighting art. It has avoided becomming modified into a competitive (rules based) point-scored sport or demonstration art.


What's our story?

Combat Wing Chun Kung Fu Federation offers Private Lesssons, Seminars, Group Classes and Classic & Modern Training.

Founded by Sifu Pham, Combat Wing Chun is a complete system based on the late Grandmaster Yip Man's principles. Sifu Pham and the Combat Wing Chun instructors are teaching the art of Wing Chun Kung Fu to individuals who wish
to learn.


What do we do?

Lessons

We teach Yip Man Wing Chun Kung Fu from mulitple locations throughout the metroplex. Contact us to find out more about lessons, schedules, training curriculum & principles.

Training Videos

We post weekly, informative, videos on our blog and Facebook pages. We also have Reference Videos that will enhance your martial arts training and help to greatly improve your Wing Chun technique.

Seminars

Combat Wing Chun is available for seminars, training camps and group lessons. Contact us for more info!


The 3 Open hand forms

It all starts here... The majority of all Wing Chun sects, inside and outside of the Yip Man line, either have one or all of these three Wing Chun open hand forms in their system and it will be called by the same name.

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Sil Lim Tao (小念頭 Little Idea) - This is the first of the three empty hand Wing Chun forms. It contains the basic foundation of all Wing Chun hand attacks and defense techniques.

To the untrained eye it looks and feels too simple. Yet, that's the essence of Wing Chun - simplicity.

Chum Kiu (尋桥 Bridging the Gap) - This is the second Wing Chun form you learn. As opposed to Sil Lim Tao where most of the form is performed one arm at a time, the Chum Kiu form performs more of the moves with both arms at the same time. (Which is truer to the practical aspects of Wing Chun in combat or sparring).

Biu Jee (标指 Thrusting Fingers) - It's the third and final open hand Wing Chun form. It's the most advanced form because in order to pull it off in real life you need to have near perfect coordination, balance, and footwork.

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