Category Archives: Wing Chun

Adam Sutton’s new Wing Chun class :)


Central Wing Chun Xmas dinner at River View

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Central Wing Chun at St Katherine’s Dock

Every few months Neil Parris (founder of Central Wing Chun) hosts Wing Chun Kung Fu Seminars. The one he held in May was soley for beginners. I attended the seminar to help out and was looking forward to dinner with the regular students he has.

Unfortunately I left my speedlite at home and struggled to capture pictures within Fitness First of the event. However after the kung fu session I managed to take some photos of St Katherines Dock.

The picture below was taken with my 10mm-20mm Sigma, which is a very wide lense and has really captured a great deal of the dock.

This picture is the same as the above except I have applied the miniature filter within the Canon 60D. The does kind of resemble a model set-up.

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Central Wing Chun workshop

On the weekend of Friday 8th March 2013, Central Wing Chun organised a two day workshop in Canterbury. The workshop offered the chance to those in attendance a chance to experience the entire Wing Chun system, to improve on their current level of Wing Chun and train with other students.

Central Wing Chun is overseen by Sifu Neil Parris. He runs regular classes in London and conducts seminars across the year.

I met Neil on the Friday, after picking up the minibus and picking up his students from Elephant and Castle we battled through rain and fog to reach this amazing appartment he had hired, referred to as ‘The Barn’. It boasts a spacious lounge with open plan kitchen and plenty of bedrooms on the lower ground floor, a pool table, swimming pool and scenic country surroundings.

Upon arrival (at around 10pm) a number of people were keen to train so delved straight away into chi-sau. What is chi-sau? Well it means double sticking hands and is a game of physical chess. I will expand on this in another post.

The picture below shows James and Adam.

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Saturday morning was a 10am start and Neil commenced the class with some basic sensitivity exercises, leading onto the second form and finally he presented the wooden dummy with applications.


The evening finished with a meal at a local Thai restaurant in Canterbury.


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