Wing Chun is a concept based martial art generally close range art but is effective at all ranges including grappling. It does not rely on physical size or strength preferring to use timing, positioning and combat concepts based on human anatomy and physiology to achieve victory.
Wing Chun is a southern Chinese art. The Chinese south is mostly large cities hence it’s short range combat concentration.
Our school teaches pragmatic COMBAT focused Wing Chun using anatomy, psychology, physics, human biomechanics, human physiology and kinesiology. Dr. Mullen is a semiretired Chiropractor and as such he understands the function of the body in great detail. He demands his fighters THINK about what the do and WHY they do it.
All Wing Chun and fighting should be based on structure, efficiency, logic and common sense that is repeatedly tested in combat. In fighting it is dangerous to rely on A SINGLE person’s opinion. All martial arts should be viewed with a critical eye and use the scientific method to maintain the arts integrity find mistakes, misunderstandings, miscommunications and to improve the art through time.
Almost all martial arts ask the wrong questions and contain illogical /mythological ideas that will kill you. Asking the right questions should be 90% of life. They ask, how do I want to fight? I want to fight like a dragon, a tiger etc… These are simply the wrong questions / ideas / myths. You are neither a tiger, nor a dragon. You CANNOT fight like them, your body is all wrong. Were you a tiger or dragon you would not need Kung Fu.
The correct question is, how is the human body designed to fight efficiently? Good martial arts should be based on human biomechanics, not animals. They should be about structure, function and efficiency, not myth. Most martial arts teachers have limited understanding of the function of the human body this limits their teaching and can lead to misunderstandings. Unfortunately these misunderstandings can and have killed many students through the millennia.
In our opinion Wing Chun is the only martial art that asks the right questions.
Texas Wing Chun
Wing Chun is a concept based martial art generally close range art but is effective at all ranges including grappling and kicking ranges. It does not rely on physical size or strength preferring to use timing, positioning and combat concepts based on human anatomy and physiology.
Our school teaches pragmatic COMBAT focused Wing Chun. Our classes are taught by Dr. Mullen, who is a semi retired Chiropractor and the son of an FBI agent. Sifu Mullen demands his fighters THINK about what the do and WHY they do it. He prefers his fighters to, Fight smarter not harder. Sifu Mullen has been in many actual fights from working security in a welfare hotel and a large live rock bar. These experiences help him teach with real world practicality in mind.
Presently Sifu Mullen is accepting students with or without martial arts experience. Students must be at least 12 years old, due to the intellectual requirements of the art.
Our School of Wing Chun
Our school teaches Wing Chun using anatomy, psychology, physics, math, human biomechanics, human physiology and Kinesiology. He demands his fighters THINK about what the do and WHY they do it.
All Wing Chun should be based on structure and efficiency, logic and common sense that are repeatedly tested in combat. In fighting it is dangerous to rely on one person’s opinion. All martial arts should be viewed with a critical eye and the application of scientific method to maintain the arts integrity and to improve it through time.
Questions are Encouraged not discouraged as in many other martial arts. Dr. Mullen believes if he cannot answer questions logically and succinctly he should stop teaching. He has spent over 20 year also studying how people learn and the psychology of combat. His interests vary widely from information theory to chaos theory and beyond.
Please understand new students are slowly introduced to combat training after the initial low level contact training period of approximately 6 months to one year.
Please be aware we are a combat school therefore you WILL be struck in your training and you will strike others; serious injury is rare but POSSIBLE. We do all we can to be safe but learning to fight is inherently dangerous. We do not abuse our students or allow other students to abuse them.
You are not required to fight you may ,at the Sifu’s [Teachers] discretion, learn the art without getting struck but you will NEVER be allowed to teach the art without the extensive combat training.
We don’t accept everyone. This is not based on physical conditioning, martial arts experience, race, creed or color.