Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Bangkok Wing Chun - The Science of Self-Defense







Big thanks to my senior student Shane and my camerawoman First on Fire for helping me create these excellent new videos to promote my martial training kwoon, Bangkok Wing Chun!  The first video features knife defense training and part of the Wing Chun mook yan jong form.  The second video has us doing some blindfolded sticky hands (chi sao) practice.  And the third video is a compilation of Wing Chun trapping, bridging and punching drills, chi sao, Jeet Kune Do freestyle sparring, yoga/stretching and pranayama deep breathing.  If you're in the Bangkok area and interested in Wing Chun, Yoga, and/or Pranayama lessons be sure to check out BangkokWingChun.com and get in touch with me to schedule a private session.  Also be sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel for more fighting and conspiracy videos coming soon.  Peace!


6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Who is threatening you such that you need to learn self-defense. I never learnt self-defense, and I never needed to defend myself against anything or anyone.

Eric Dubay said...

Good for you. I hope you continue to never need it.

PeterCottontail said...

If you were to use that against someone who was hell bent on cutting you open your fancy dancing would become as useful as a feather to a jet plane.
Your students should know that no techniques are impervious. Especially to a three round burst from a well equipped self defense novice.

Eric Dubay said...

Fancy dancing.

Actor/ Stunt Fight / Personal Trainer in Asia said...

Do you like exchange Wing Chun training?

I am in Bangkok right now...

I was training in Buenos Aires, Sao Paulo and Hong Kong.

Wich level you have?

stevendaszhk@gmail.com

Eric Dubay said...

Thanks for the message Steve! I've sent you an email. Peace