Reminder to everyone that’s done a weapons workshop with us before, Sifu is putting on a free weapons revision workshop tomorrow from 10:30am, just after BJJ. That’s nunchaku, butterfly sword, dragon pole, dragon staff, sticks, knife and baton. See you on the mat!

Tonight will be another trip down memory lane …hard core drills and old world skills, dont miss it…

See you on the mat.



See you tonight for a traditional style workout with Sifu!

Then, tomorrow after the 10am Wing Chun class there’s a gormet BBQ, next Saturday will be the kid’s BBQ.

Have a great weekend!

Hey everyone!

Massive training week ahead: tommorow, old school training drills, chi sau, forms, chi breathing, old school lower body drills from the very inception of Wing Chun. Tuesday, we have a completely new class at 545:  weeks on the heavy bag, the sweet science of working the heavy bag proper.

See you there!



Due to the long weekend, the Saturday kid’s class will not be on. The 10am Kung Fu class is going ahead, I’ll confirm on Friday if 9am conditioning and Sunday BJJ are on. Monday there are no classes, then things are back to normal on Tuesday.

On Friday I’m (Amy) getting sworn in – if you’ve been here these last 3 or so months you’ll know what I mean – so on Saturday after class we’re going out for a few drinks and some lunch at the local to celebrate. I just want to thank everyone for your support these last few months and understanding that I’ve been preoccupied with studies and training. It’s been a great experience so far, I’m looking forward to experiencing the challenges that lay ahead.

Hope to see you on Saturday, if not have a fantastic long weekend!!


The first class is at 9am tomorrow – Fitness and Conditioning with Frances – then the 10am Wing Chun class with Sifu and for all who have trained there is a FREE sausage sizzle to top it off!!

Friends, family, random people you meet on your way in… are all welcome!!! No gi, all in mufti tomorrow.

Welcome back guys!!!

Next week all classes are back on as per the time table. So Sifu will be in for all of his classes, Mayur is keen to kick off the Monday 7:15pm class, Vadim is all up for the Friday 6:30pm class and all BJJ classes are on as of Sunday (will confirm Thursday night’s class, but Sunday and Thursday 12:15 classes are on).


Happy New Year everyone!

We are hope you are having an awesome break. This Saturday at 10am is the first class for the year. We’re still in holiday mode so no gi, just comfortable training gear and why not bring a friend? There’ll be a BBQ after training too!

See you all Saturday, have a fantastic week!


Dear parents,

Kids class is on for 2 more Saturdays this year. THIS Saturday, kids class will start at 9am as there is an adults grading on that will run well over typical class time. NEXT Saturday, kids class will be back to 11am start and will be the last kids class for the year. Well done to all the kids who graded and to those who participated/supported their training partners.

Adults grading this Saturday starts at 10:15!! Be early!! If you’re not grading, get in early as well! Your support means a lot to those grading. If you’re up for doing some sparring rounds gear up and jump in.

End of year party will start at approximately 12:30 at the Abbott Hotel in Waterloo. There is a cover charge of $20 per person. That covers food for the day and we have a muso booked too.

There will be a raffle!! First prize is a sparring/home training kit which includes 3in1 carry/training bag, focus mitts, skipping rope 16oz gloves, fingerless sparring gloves and shin/instep protectors. Tickets are $5 each or 3 for $10.

Lastly, remember to bring some gold coin to throw in the tip jar for the bar staff at the end of the day. They really look after us very well and we do get quite rowdy!! 🙂

All the best for this weekend, stay focused and hydrate!!!

(as usual, friends and family are more than welcome!!!)

Graduating and the rewards therein are a perrenial part of our life. We graduate from crawling to walking as an infant, from training wheels to solo rider as a child, we pass our HSC in our teens and graduate to adulthood at 21. We recieve promotions and demotions in our chosen jobs and careers and often spend  time comparing ourselves to others – another form of grading ourselves – I believe modelling is a powerful  tool, but ultimately you must find your own voice and your own path. We begin our martial  journey for a myriad of reasons: fitness, self defence, self confidence, it’s seldom to obtain a black belt, that usually comes after being immersed  in the mat culture for awhile and even then we take it one belt at a time. Gradings give us realistic yet challenging goals and goals are good. No goal, no destination can kill motivation -the rudderless ship. Gradings give us a focus something to zero in on and focus is good. There is truth in the statement “it’s not the destination its the journey” but a map really helps. If the idea of a grading gives you pause for thought and the challenge is a little daunting, then it is already becoming a parallel to the challenges we face in life and challenges are good. Remember that success leaves clues, just look at the advanced belts on your mat, they have all faced the challeges you now face. The evidence of success is right in front of you. So map out your course, tap into the wisdom on your mat and keep your eye on the prize. Gradings are awsome.


The theme for tomorrow’s BJJ seminar is Advanced Crucifix. Start time is 9am sharp so get in at 8:30am to warm up. Cost is $90, please pay cash before the seminar starts.

Friends from other schools and all levels of experience are encouraged!