https://wingtsunaz.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Photo_Zoom_class_promo_upper_tan_sau_bj.jpg 1196 2434 Sifu Sonnenberg https://wingtsunaz.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/logo-300x79.png Sifu Sonnenberg2020-10-04 21:43:292021-07-25 08:09:19What I teach in my virtual classes:
- At the beginning of the first lesson, I guide you through the movements of the first part of the Siu Nim Tau form.
- I then show you the movements of the form as they are used.
- The training will help build your leg strength, calm and confidence in your own ability to learn different kinds of actions related to self-defense.
- You are suggested to practice the movements between classes, usually on two or three occasions, 10 repetitions each. Only then can I tell if you are ready move on to the next movements.
- Four private lessons is the minimum before you may start the in-person classes.
- When it comes time to open your training to the in-person-contact elements of the training, you will be set up having already learned the structure. Advancement should go much quicker…
- Meanwhile advanced students are taught a solo version of chi sau section movements and lat sau material.
- We recommend to new students to schedule a 30 minute one-on-one virtual lesson first, then assess whether this is for you.
- Currently our virtual lessons are one-on-one private lessons. Keep up with our announcements.
- In the long run, gaining access to in-person lessons is important to learn sticky-hands and free-hand-fighting applications.
- Questions about wooden dummy: the Leung Ting system has formal wooden dummy programs at the Instructor Levels. However, occasionally it is useful for an instructor, including me, to use the arms of the dummy for drills as an added perspective for individual students.
Sifu Keith Sonnenberg