An Approach to Ip Man Style Wing Chun
An Approach to Ip Man Style Wing Chun is a practical new beginner’s guide to Wing Chun by a certified instructor in the Ip Man lineage. Pan American Triple Gold Medalist Wayne Belonoha provides the fundamentals of the art as a comprehensive mind/body training program. Written in accessible language and including more than 400 full-color photos, the book emphasizes benefits including weight reduction, stress management, personal defense and safety, and self-discipline through meditation.
About the Author
From the Trade Paperback edition.
—Aaron Cantrell, founder and owner of Everything Wing Chun & the Wing Chun University
“Wayne Belonoha has done an outstanding job in capturing what is in the Ip Man Ving Tsun system. This book would be a welcome introduction for anyone who is practicing, or just interested in understanding, the art of Ving Tsun Kung Fu.”
—Sifu William Moy, son of the late Grandmaster Moy Yat
“Master Wayne Belonoha, the acclaimed author of The Wing Chun Compendium, makes another important contribution to the promotion of the Ving Tsun system. As a descendent of the Ip Man lineage, he presents in this work a clear approach to our system for those who are beginning their journey. This contribution will help newer generations identify the distinct qualities of this true treasure of Chinese thinking.”
—Leo Imamura (Moy Yat Sang), disciple of Grandmaster Moy Yat
“Sifu Wayne's latest book offers a well-crafted introduction to the Wing Chun system. I heartily recommend it for beginners and anyone considering learning more about Wing Chun.”
—Eric Lilleør, publisher and editor-in-chief of Wing Chun Illustrated magazine
“An Approach to Ip Man Style Wing Chun is an extremely practical and useful resource for those interested in learning the basic concepts and practical applications of Wing Chun Kung Fu. It provides an excellent and comprehensive overview of the Ip Man style. If you want an insightful advantage, buy this book, read it, and practice the many useful skills and techniques it has to offer.”
—Sifu Miguel Hernandez, author of Mental Skills in Martial Arts