Wing Tsun Kwoon

Personal growth, development and actualization through personalized training in the classical art of Wing Tsun Kung Fu.


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Wing Tsun Kung Fu is a Chinese martial art that focuses on using simple, practical and effective movements at close range to defend against a stronger person.

Wing Tsun Kwoon is focused on helping people on their own personal growth, development and actualization, through personalized training in the classical art of Wing Tsun, using an effective curriculum taught by qualified instructors.



820 N. Orleans St., Suite 100

Chicago, Illinois 60610 (inside HiFi Fitness)


Saturday: 9:00am to 11:00am

Free 2 Week Trial!

All prospective members are welcome to try out our General Classes completely free-of-charge with no obligations.

Just apply for a spot on our next free trial enrollment through our website.  Once you receive confirmation, you can attend all of our classes for two consecutive weeks starting from the date of your first class.


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The Human Connection in Wing Tsun

  Wing Tsun practitioners tend to be livelong learners of this martial arts because it is more than the technical skills that one learns. There are psychosocial, emotional, and intellectual benefits of Wing Tsun that separates it from other martial arts. I have...

SiSok Haw Kuo is Back in Chicago!

SiSok Haw Kuo of Art of Wing Tsun ( was back in Chicago from August 21-23, 2015, to train the WTK Instructors on the Luk Dim Boon Gwan (Long Pole), Classical Wing Tsun forms/movements, and to continue building our foundation of a...

Brain Power in Wing Tsun

Wing Tsun is good exercise for not only your body but your brain cells too! Here are some reasons why: 1. Our footwork is all about using angles to take advantage of our opponents.  For example, when confronted by your opponent in front of you,  stepping at a 45...

Distancing Yourself in Self-Defense

Every woman has an unspoken specific boundary for which no unwanted stranger should cross. If THAT someone gets too close for your comfort, what should you do? Avoiding physical contact is the first line of defense, so use your assertive verbal skills to tell the...