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Warrior’s Guild Episode 3 – Interview with Acupuncture & Natural Medicine Dr. Ken Hoffman

Warriors Guild Episode 3. Our Host Andy DiGuiseppi Interviews Acupuncture and Natural Medicine Dr. Ken Hoffman Andy and Ken discuss some of his most recent happenings, his history in martial arts, his time in the armed forces, owning his own school, and traveling to Asia, as well has theories on ancient healing modalities and the…

Warrior’s Guild Episode 2 – Interview with Pro MMA Fighter Jesse James Kosakowski

Warriors Guild Episode 2. Our host Andy DiGuiseppi interviews Pro MMA Fighter Jesse James Kosakowski Andy and Jesse discuss some of Jesse’s most recent happenings, his offline training, his home routines. We discuss fitness, diet and fighter nutrition, as well as his experiences in the cage, and in various gyms in the state. Some nice…

Warrior’s Guild Episode 1 – Interview with Guru Ron Kosakowski

In this interview with Guru Ron Kosakowski, we cover topics like the early UFC, and Ron’s history in the start of the first fights. His early investments to help get it all started. We also cover his time with the Gracie Jujitsu family and some of their early promotions. We also delved into his son…

Video Pass

Wing Chun can not be mastered by watching it in a video. It has to be practiced first hand. So why is a video pass even worth it then?  It's not like you can actually touch hands with anyone in that classroom? While this is true and extremely important to point out about online martial...

Wing Chun Lesson Highlights From Our Last Workshop.

Caption: (Above ) This was the web flyer to support the day's event. JKD in the AM, Wing Chun in the PM.  There is nothing better then training martial arts all day. If you're a life long practitioner, who loves the work out, a day workshop is often a great boost to an already running...

How To Be a Good Student

What does it take to be a good student? How do you know if you are one? How do you know if you are not one? I've always considered myself a good student, and in all my experience I've always hoped that whom ever I was seeking information from would see me in the same...

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Sifu Andy DiGuiseppi Demonstrating a combination technique on the Wooden Dummy.

CT Wing Chun

School of Kung Fu

Connecticut Wing Chun School of Kung Fu offers instructional martial art class programs focused specifically on self defense, mental fortitude, and total body fitness. Study topics include strategy, goal planning, self discovery, lifestyle discipline and overall physical wellness.

Self defense material features hand, elbow, knee, foot, as well as sweeping and grappling. Advanced study material includes the Shaolin Wooden Dummy, Chinese weaponry such as the staff and double sword/daggers. Our classrooms offer a warm and welcoming training environment, with a class structure to take on beginners and advanced practitioners at any point.

All of our programs are open enrollment.

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Topics of Study Include:
Martial Strategy
• Fitness as Lifestyle
• Tactile Reflex
• Breath Work/Chi Gung
• Form/Meditation
• Two Man Drills
• Wooden Dummy
• 8 Ft. Staff
• Double Sword/Dagger
• Instructor Training

CT Wing Chun School of Kung Fu

Connecticut Wing Chun offers night time group martial arts classes for adults. Wing Chun is a rare Chinese martial art system that features total body, mind and spirit cultivation through traditional Kung Fu routines and regular weekly classes. The program is open to the public allowing new members to join anytime.

Kung Fu study material is taught using a classical practice of the Yip Man System of Wing Chun Kung Fu. Today’s version of this martial art, is a powerful and intelligent hand-to-hand combat system. We offer focused course material on each component of the traditional Wing Chun System.

It should be said that when using the Wing Chun style, we do not practice “self defense”, instead, we use “the attack to defend.” This ancient formula is successful when we use the approach in combat, physical body training, and our daily lives.