The September – Labor Day Special starts NOW! The offer is one introductory month of unlimited classes for $55.00 (1/2 off reg. rate for unlimited classes). The way to get this special offer is to fill out the form on our web site at https://wingtsunaz.com/trial-lesson/. The offer is not available by phone.
Request a trial lesson. Arrive at the time we schedule you which will be Monday, Tuesday or Thursday at 6:15 pm. Pay the $25 for the trial lesson in cash or check. If you like it. you pay the balance of $30 for the rest of the month! This offer expires Thursday September 27.
Note: After one month, you may sign up on one of our regular programs.*
*Must join the IWTA-NAS within 30 days of your first regular class. Cost is @ $60 per year, pro-rated to December 31, 2018. CASH or CHECK only. *Official uniform available online. Internet price approximately $115 for shoes, trousers, t-shirt.
Offer not valid for clients active within the past 12 months.
https://wingtsunaz.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/Photo_Frank_Quyen_hook_punch_5.jpg4801122Sifu Sonnenberghttp://demo.wtunderground.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/logo-300x79.pngSifu Sonnenberg2018-08-26 18:35:072018-09-05 11:24:14September Labor Day Special
“When will my life situation, i.e., schedule, money, living conditions be “perfect” enough to study WingTsun™?” The answer: NEVER. Life is never perfect. And if we wait until things are perfect, we will look back in regret at things never achieved. Procrastination is something we’ve all been guilty of but have you ever regretted pursuing something worthwhile? Of course not.
The above words, “commitment and sacrifice” are spoken in the context of competitive sports a lot in contemporary America. However, in the greed-driven world of professional sports, the words can sound hollow. “Sacrifice indeed. That player makes a million or more dollars per year,” you say. True. That player sacrificed but he received a huge monetary reward. What the player received in personal satisfaction, probably only the player knows for sure.
Part of the philosophy of WingTsun training and follow through in a real self-defense situation is sort of a present moment outlook which is that we focus on what we are doing now, not what just occurred and not what might occur in the next few minutes, or hours, days, weeks or even longer. This doesn’t mean we cannot have a goal. However, we cannot let our mind drift and get torn away from our focus on the present moment. Our goal will be realized when it is and not before.