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Can anyone recommend a good self defence or practical martial arts class in Sheffield?

 

Ideally something that is pay as you train rather than a monthly contract.

 

Thanks all

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Hi I teach a more practical wing chun kung fu mainly bassed on street self defence and I have an open day on the 12th Nov you will see my post on this forum

 

Our web site http://www.kamonwingchun.com for more info on our style

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More than welcome to come try out a class at Tactical Combat Club this Tuesday for a free lesson,

Check out the website below for more information.

Regards

Jamie

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Watching this with interest. Is Wing Chun suitable for women as well? I have always wanted to learn some practical form of self-defense and wondering if this would be something that female beginners might be able to learn?

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sheffield shotokan or sheffield goju ryu, there is a lot of good martial arts clubs in sheffield try a few and then make your mind up

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Mimi83, Wing chun was said to have been invented by a woman, but if you look at most videos on YouTube you would not really think so.

 

I am starting a new class teaching Wing Chun at Ecclesall Parish Halls on Thursday 20th November. There will a free demo and lesson and we will be able to answer any questions you have.

 

The method we teach is entirely suitable for women as it relies on relaxation and proper use of body mass. Check out our website

 

http://www.sungwingchun-sheffield.com

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Can anyone recommend a good self defence or practical martial arts class in Sheffield?

 

Ideally something that is pay as you train rather than a monthly contract.

 

Thanks all

 

I can't remember the name of the club, but there is/was a guy called Lotar who used to post on here, his club was near London Road and was based around Krav Maga/Kapap (Israeli Special Forces stuff), from memory this was all practical, no sporting element.

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Mimi83, Wing chun was said to have been invented by a woman, but if you look at most videos on YouTube you would not really think so.

 

I am starting a new class teaching Wing Chun at Ecclesall Parish Halls on Thursday 20th November. There will a free demo and lesson and we will be able to answer any questions you have.

 

The method we teach is entirely suitable for women as it relies on relaxation and proper use of body mass. Check out our website

 

http://www.sungwingchun-sheffield.com

 

Thanks for that. It looks very interesting! Will definitely try to attend :D

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I can't remember the name of the club, but there is/was a guy called Lotar who used to post on here, his club was near London Road and was based around Krav Maga/Kapap (Israeli Special Forces stuff), from memory this was all practical, no sporting element.

 

 

Craig Welsh at KAPAP Sheffield

http://www.kapapsheffield.co.uk

 

I studied regulary under Craig for some time (and still attend the odd seminar he puts on) I would highly recommend him.

 

Jamie

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