#TeamUniSA Profile: UniSA Wing Chun Kung Fu Club

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Kirralee Thomas

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2020-09-17T15:50:52

#TeamUniSA Profile: UniSA Wing Chun Kung Fu Club

Join the UniSA Wing Chun Kung Fu Club and study an effective, simple system that is quick to learn whilst improving your relaxation, confidence and concentration. Learn how to deal with force and improve your fitness. The system is suitable for people of all ages, sizes, genders and fitness levels.

How many current members?
We currently have 17 members.

What activities has the club been involved in over the past 12 months?
Our club focuses on training and social events. We train twice a week together at Brookman Hall, UniSA City East campus on Tuesday nights and Saturday afternoons. We are the only University Club to train with "Si Suk" Peter Wing and "Dai Si Hing" Albert Chong, senior wing chun practitioners from the Chu Shong Tin Linange. Some of the regular social activities we organise include Waterfall Gully to Mt Lofty summit hikes, board games days, social dinners and club BBQs.

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How has your club adapted to being online earlier in the year in terms of engaging with your members?
We arranged a month of online training for our members with the Mindful Wing Chun Kung Fu School.

What is your favourite part of being a UniSA Sport club member?
Meeting new people and improving my fitness and self-defense skills.

How can people join your club?
Visit our website or pop in to a free class at Brookman Hall, Tuesday's 6:30-8pm and Saturday's 1:30-3pm. No uniform is required (but suitable training clothes recommended). Beginners are always welcome and
our instructors are highly experienced.

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