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Monday, 10 March 2008
Ideas for your Wing Tsun Chi-Sau training - part 1 of 4

Trainer Team at Wing Tsun Kung Fu Vancouver British Columbia, the first Canadian Wing Tsun branch

Above photo features the members of the Trainer Team at Wing Tsun Kung Fu Vancouver. From left to right: (standing) Sebastian Molnar, Tony W. Leung, Philip Lee, Rob Grylls, Ciprian Constantinescu, Gary Kaiser, Steve McMinn, Edmond Chow, Siavash Panahandeh - (sitting) Brian Yam, Sifu Ralph Haenel, Nilo Lida

Ideas for your Wing Tsun Chi-Sau training:

Even within the various 'wing chun' lineages the meaning and execution of Chi-Sau exercises are differently interpreted. I also remember seminars given by my Sifu and Sigung where the same exercise looked every time different. Identical verbal instructions along with varying technical demonstrations of a Chi-Sau section.
For many very confusing, is it on the other side a sign of function. If your training or demo partner is taller, shorter, stronger, weaker, faster, slower, more aggressive or rather defensive, well this should effect your responses.
Let's agree that within Wing Tsun Kung Fu the Chi-Sau exercise has next to other goals the premise of learning to detect via physical contact the direction, the speed and even the strength of an opponent’s attack.

Wing Tsun offers unique Chi-Sau sections, which usually don't exist in other 'wing chun' lineages. You could also call them two-man forms, which combine in each section a certain number of techniques, attacks and defenses, counter-attacks and counter-defenses. Chi-Sau sections can guarantee that the instructor does not forget to teach certain scenarios, does not exclude certain techniques or applications that he/she personally dislikes (or didn't train enough!).

Assuming the knowledge of Wing Tsun Chi-Sau exercises, here today a few thoughts on how to make your training more effective. I often encourage my students to purposely make mistakes. If you always try to do everything by the book, you might be surprised when your skills misfire when working with a, to say the least, non-cooperative training partner.

Exercise 1 – Distance:
1a) Try varying your exercises by going into the furthest distance at which you can still manage to maintain contact with your training partner.
1b) Resume in the regular (optimum) distance, dictated by how we learn the angles and positions of techniques in our Wing Tsun forms.
1c) Now try to work in the closest possible distance, for example with almost completely collapsed Bong Sau or Tan-Sau.
Train until you can respond in time and successfully in any distance. The three examples could be of course be extended into any distance.

Let's resume tomorrow with exercise number 2! Visit us again!

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Posted by ralph haenel at 12:01 AM PST
Updated: Monday, 10 March 2008 5:09 PM PDT
Tuesday, 4 March 2008
Wing Tsun Kung Fu seminar impressions - Exercises in adaptation.
Above you will find a few impressions from our 2008 Jumpstart Seminar at Wing Tsun Kung Fu Vancouver. Exercises serve at different times various purposes. Often it is difficult to interpret the meaning of a certain exercise by just watching a video.

Many also forget that any martial art is man-made. It is OK to have different opinions, it is OK to differ in interpretations. Besides the point of encountering more politics in martial arts than in politics, one unfortunately may find even in the most flexible martial art often astoundingly stiff and immovable opinions and views. So, let's work on implementing the fluidity and flexibility of Wing Tsun in our approach to daily life as well as our attitude towards others.

Even professional martial arts organizations show their true face when they talk about leaving members as traitors, as the incompetent. When they talk about revealing certain "high" techniques only to the worthwhile, to the chosen ones. Haven't we heard this before in history?

Wing Tsun Kung fu is in its nature about adaptation to unforeseen circumstances. So, how does the reality check of your adaptation skills turn out?

Let's not just work on our technique, being 'open-minded' in our physical responses, but also respect the views of others.

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Posted by ralph haenel at 4:43 PM PST
Updated: Wednesday, 12 March 2008 11:48 AM PDT
Tuesday, 26 February 2008
2008 Jumpstart Seminar at Wing Tsun Kung Fu Vancouver
At the end of two exhausting seminar evenings; Edmond Chow and Sebastian Molnar working on only one training aspect during blind-folded Chi-Sau, to stay loose and relaxed while trying to feel direction, speed and strength of light attacks.

Thanks to all members of Wing Tsun Kung Fu Vancouver for a great seminar. Your motivation and dedication is always a great experience. Each one of our seminars features exercises around a unique topic. This one could be described as: "True function is born out of the intensity with which we train the basics!". Missed the seminar? We hope to see you next time.

I will keep it brief today. Brian Yam and Steve McMinn have written about both seminar evenings in their respective blogs. Check it out here:
- Brian’s blog at http://functionalwingtsun.blogspot.com, part 1 and part 2.
- Steve’s blog at http://stevemcminn.blogspot.com Read about part 1 written on Tuesday, February 19, 2008 and part 2 published on Thursday, February 21, 2008.

I have added 27 photos from the seminar at our online photo album. Go to www.realisticselfdefense.net/photoalbum/ The new photos are listed starting on page 13.

Congratulations to all members who received their well-deserved promotions!
Bojan Subotic, SG 2
Jennifer Deon, SG 2
Sascha Peters, SG 2
William Chau, SG 4
Dave Zraly, SG 5
Fred Lo, SG 5
Vasile Nuca, SG 5
Neal Marshall, SG 8
Mansun Lui, SG 8
Adrian Law, SG 8

And also congratulations to the members of the newly formed 2008 Technician Grade Team!
Sebastian Molnar, SG 12
Tony Leung, SG 12
Rob Grylls, SG 12
Edmond "Wooden Arms" Chow, SG 12
Siavash Panahandeh, SG 12
Philip Lee, SG 12
Steve McMinn, SG 12

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Posted by ralph haenel at 7:09 PM PST
Updated: Wednesday, 12 March 2008 11:51 AM PDT
Thursday, 31 January 2008
Find our Self-Defense Open House ad in the Spring 2008 Mind, Body & Soul magazine
Self-Defense Open House ad on page 21 in the Spring 2008 body, mind, soul magazine of the The Georgia Straight, Vancouver's News and Entertainment WeeklyInterested in Self-Defense? Find our Self-Defense Open House ad on page 21 in the Spring 2008 Mind, Body & Soul magazine of The Georgia Straight, Vancouver's News and Entertainment Weekly.
The first month of 2008 has come to a close and it's time to take a hard look at the progress of our New Year’s resolutions. Kick off 2008 right! It's the perfect time to get into a exciting new training routine.
What's the secret to keeping your New Year's resolutions in 2008? Don't go it alone! We at Wing Tsun Kung Fu Vancouver are looking forward to see you for our two week Open House event in February. Join us for a great workout. Four evenings of commitment-free training.

Wing Tsun Kung Fu is not just about self-defense, it’s about developing a healthy level of confidence, it’s about learning to successfully deal with stress scenarios, but it’s also about discipline, and balancing your work and your private life as well as a training routine that completes you as a person. Use the feedback from your classes as a positive boost to get through tough times at work, and yes, even at home.

All the information about the Open House, including address, map and photos of the school location, can be found at our special Open House web site at www.FreeSelfDefenseClasses.com.

No need to call ahead. Feel free to bring participating guests along. Join us during the following four evenings:
Monday, February 4th, 7-10pm, evening 1 of 4
Wednesday, February 6th, 7-10pm, evening 2 of 4
Monday, February 11th, 7-10pm, evening 3 of 4
Wednesday, February 13th, 7-10pm, evening 4 of 4

Find our ad on page 21 in the Spring 2008 Mind, Body & Soul magazine of The Georgia Straight, bring it to one of the open house evenings and receive a additional bonus!
Questions? Please e-mail me at
SifuRalphHaenel at aol.com

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Posted by ralph haenel at 9:49 PM PST
Updated: Sunday, 3 February 2008 10:25 PM PST
Wednesday, 30 January 2008
Sebastian Molnar - Salsa & Wing Tsun - Teaching is simply another way of learning.
video clip: Sebastian Molnar and his lovely wife Yukiko performing during a anniversary dinner in front of members of Wing Tsun Kung Fu Vancouver and their families.

Today I want to take a moment and introduce yet another member of the trainer team at Wing Tsun Kung Fu Vancouver. Sebastian is highly motivated, passionate and enjoys learning and teaching. But let his bio speak. You can find it at our special Open House web site at www.FreeSelfDefenseClasses.com, click on the tab 'Trainer Team' and scroll down to 'Sebastian Molnar'. Or click here for a direct link.

Another quote from Sebastian: "The other side to learning is passion." Enjoy reading his bio!

Find Sebastian's Salsa web site at: www.geocities.com/salsa_seb/

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Posted by ralph haenel at 2:49 PM PST
Updated: Saturday, 7 March 2009 3:23 PM PST
Friday, 25 January 2008
New Blog by Brian Yam: Grashopper 2.0 - Functional Wing Tsun Kung Fu
introduction of Wing Tsun Kung Fu at the Simon Fraser University (SFU) in Burnaby, British Columbiaphoto: with Brian (fourth from the left) and other demo team members after an introduction of Wing Tsun Kung Fu at the Simon Fraser University (SFU) in Burnaby, British Columbia in 2002.

I haven't forgotten about my blog entry from January 7th 2008. To be continued within a day or two!

Brian Yam is one of the long time members of Wing Tsun Kung Fu Vancouver, the first Canadian Wing Tsun branch. You have read about him on previous occasions here in my blog and you may have watched his Wing Tsun Kung Fu demo at a Open House event in early 2007. The video clip is also listed on our special Open House web site at www.FreeSelfDefenseClasses.com

Brian named his blog Grashopper 2.0: "Follow the path of one man's journey in his search for fully functional expression of the Wing Tsun Kung Fu system of self-defense."

The first entries have been posted and I am very much looking forward to many more. Check out Brian's blog at www.functionalwingtsun.com

Brian wants his blog to be a place to document his learnings, challenges, developments as well as his observations of the Wing Tsun Kung Fu system over the years. He plans on adding video clips and pictures to complement the message he is trying to put out. The blog will also contain information from a theory paper he was working on. I too think that the blog is a great alternative, in today's world a better form for Brian to present step by step the contents of his theory paper.

Especially for our members - Brian always welcomes your input, your recommendations as to new topics. He would like to receive your suggestions of follow-ups, certain topics. So, just talk to Brian in class.

Now let's have a look at www.functionalwingtsun.com

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Posted by ralph haenel at 1:19 PM PST
Updated: Tuesday, 29 January 2008 7:30 PM PST
Tuesday, 22 January 2008
Lunch & learn seminar at Envision Financial
Wing Tsun Kung Fu lunch & learn seminar at Envision Financial Langley, British ColumbiaThe photo features some of the participants of today's lunch break self-defense seminar at Envision Financial in Langley, British Columbia, made possible by Bojan Subotic, Director Technical Services. I was once again accompanied by Fitness and Wing Tsun trainer Steve McMinn (stevemcminn.com).

The introduction of the four Wing Tsun Kung Fu fighting principles and two practical exercises were well received and readily trained by everyone. The lunch & learn seminar also covered the application of the four fighting principles in an work environment. After all, stress in the work place, dealing with office politics is no different than the stress we face in a physical scenario.
The ability to position yourself well, instant mobility, flexible responses and reliable self-confidence, might read like part of the wish list when you apply for your next job. Self-defense doesn't start when punches are flying. Learn to be confident and aware of your surroundings to avoid problems before they even happen.

Attackers choose victims not opponents!

Contact me at SifuRalphHaenel at aol.com to arrange a lunch & learn seminar for your company. Discover the extended application of ancient Kung Fu techniques in a corporate environment. Enjoy an exciting and fun workout resulting in a positive motivation for your team.

Past clients include:
- University of British Columbia (UBC)
- Simon Fraser University Burnaby (SFU)
- Office for Indian and Northern Affairs (DIAND) in downtown Vancouver
- YMCA Vancouver
- German Canadian Business Association Vancouver
- Swiss Canadian Chamber of Commerce Vancouver
- Austria Vancouver Club
- Dunbar Community Centre Vancouver
- Yaletown Roundhouse Community Centre, Festival "The Art of Martial Arts"
- Dr. Shaklee Corporation British Columbia
- Women's Bank Society
- Toyota Chilliwak
- Windermere Realty Ltd.
- HomeLife Glenayre Realty Co.
- North Vancouver Citizen Patrol (NVCP & RCMP officers)
- Boy Scouts Vancouver
- Best Buy / Futureshop Vancouver

Also check the following blog entry: November 23rd 2007

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Posted by ralph haenel at 6:21 PM PST
Updated: Tuesday, 22 January 2008 6:24 PM PST
Monday, 7 January 2008
Looking back and forward, and everything in between - part 1
Members of our school show different self-defense applications, one of the demonstrations at our school's anniversary dinner in July of 2007.

Today a simple look back, a listing of 2007's special classes and courses at Wing Tsun Kung Fu Vancouver, the first Canadian Wing Tsun branch. Did you know, our independent Wing Tsun school is now going into its 14th year?

The annual beach class at Vancouver’s beautiful Kitsilano beach, advanced classes for the Wing Tsun trainer team, special topic and grading seminars, WingTsun-ChiKung and ‘Fit for Self-defense’ classes are part of our teaching schedule as well as bonus classes throughout the year.

The past year has been once again a very busy year. January 2007 started out on the 1st with a bonus class, followed by our first special topic and grading seminar the week after. In February we held the next class of the Wing Tsun Core Concepts course. The ten WingTsun-CoreConcepts are the backbone of our unique teaching method, the result of decades of experience. On March 9th the Trainer Team got together at the Golden Swan for a fun-filled yet intense power dinner.
The last day of March and April 1st was the date for our very successful weekend seminar on Vancouver Island, visiting two Wing Chun schools.
Several ChiKung classes were held in April, followed by a first ever Technician Grade Program Review Class on May 12th. The Technician Grades are the “black belts” of Wing Tsun Kung Fu.
After yet another special ChiKung class at the end of May, June started powerfully with our second special topic and grading seminar.

July featured a bonus Canada Day class and on July 7th our seventh annual beach class at Kitsilano beach, yet another bonus for all loyal members.
Another ChiKung class and finally on July 20th our big anniversary dinner with well over 60 guests, alos featuring several demos. The dinner has been a memorable event marking my beginnings in martial arts 30 years ago.

July 28th and August 4th marked the dates for our next Technician Grade Program Review Classes for many advanced members of our school. We have been reviewing step by step and in great detail the first seven Wing Tsun Chi-Sau sections. High level Technician Grades were working through the Biu-Tze Chi-Sau sections.

On BC Day, August 6th, yet another bonus class for everyone. You see, even if you occasionally miss some group classes, there are many opportunities throughout the year to catch up.

September 15th was the date for the members of our Trainer Team, a bonus class, at which we continued to work on the advanced Technician Grade programs.
Followed on September 17th by a ChiKung class. Don’t miss our ‘CorePower in Motion’ workout. Every single WingTsun-ChiKung features a different aspect, giving you many exercises for a train-at-home plan. This year we introduced very beneficial partner exercises to drastically increase your workout results.

And finally the year’s third and last special topic and grading seminar on September 24th and 26th offered yet another special Wing Tsun topic.
The following month presented a bonus class on Monday, November 12th the long Remembrance Day weekend, followed by Brian’s “Fit for Self-defense” class on November 26th.

As always, the school remained open throughout the holiday season in December.

Let’s look later this month at New Year’s resolutions and more.

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Posted by ralph haenel at 2:23 PM PST
Updated: Tuesday, 22 January 2008 6:26 PM PST
Friday, 23 November 2007
Benefit your employees! Lunch break self-defense seminars, a great motivational tool.
lunch break self-defence seminar on behalf of accenture.com at best buy and futureshopFollowing an invitation we held on Monday, November 19th a lunch break self-defense seminar on behalf of accenture.com at the Canadian headquarters of Best Buy and Futureshop. Some 40+ people attended the introduction to the self-defense system of Wing Tsun Kung Fu. Steve McMinn (stevemcminn.com) and Adrian Law of Wing Tsun Kung Fu Vancouver assisted the participants during their exercises and contributed to the enthusiastic atmosphere of the one hour self-defence seminar.

Previous introductions and lunch break seminars have been held at the:

- University of British Columbia (UBC)

- Simon Fraser University Burnaby (SFU)

- Office for Indian and Northern Affairs** (DIAND) in downtown Vancouver, **today the Department of Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada

- YMCA Vancouver

- German Canadian Business Association Vancouver

- Swiss Canadian Chamber of Commerce Vancouver

- Austria Vancouver Club

- Dunbar Community Centre Vancouver

- Yaletown Roundhouse Community Centre, Festival "The Art of Martial Arts"

- Dr. Shaklee Corporation British Columbia

- Women's Bank Society

- Toyota Chilliwak

- Windermere Realty Ltd.

- HomeLife Glenayre Realty Co.

- North Vancouver Citizen Patrol (NVCP & RCMP officers)

- Boy Scouts Vancouver

Looking for a way to broaden your employees' knowledge and interactive skills? Learn how to 'translate' fighting principles of a successful self-defense system into business principles! The one-hour session is generally held on-site in a conference room, cafeteria or wherever there's room. Send us an e-mail to arrange a lunch break seminar, an introduction to self-defense at your company.


Posted by ralph haenel at 12:01 AM PST
Updated: Thursday, 21 September 2017 2:46 PM PDT
Monday, 12 November 2007
"KUNG FU" Movie Open Casting Call in Vancouver on December 2, 2007
Are you the next Kwai Chang Caine? Kung Fu Movie Casting Call Vancouver by melissa & larkinAre you the next Kwai Chang Caine?

Legendary Pictures is producing a feature film based on the popular 1970’s television series “Kung Fu.” A couple of days ago I received the following e-mail:

My name is Larkin MacKenzie-Ast and my Casting partner, Melissa Perry, and I are holding an OPEN CASTING CALL in Vancouver on Sunday, December 2, 2007. We are looking for Asian and part-Asian males, between the ages of 20-30, with some Martial Arts or Dance background.

Please forward this email to anyone you know who may be suitable for the role. Please visit our website: www.kungfucasting.com for further information.

If you are an instructor or School/Academy Owner, please feel free to post this notice on any Information Board that you may have, to reach all of your students.

Thank you for your time, Larkin MacKenzie-Ast, Casting Director melissa & larkin

Kung Fu - The television series with David Carradine as Kwai Chang Caine

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Posted by ralph haenel at 2:56 PM PST
Updated: Monday, 12 November 2007 3:38 PM PST

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