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The IWKA Wing Tjun System

IWKA Wing Tjun is a unique form of Wing Tjun based on the Three Treasures of Chinese Martial Arts: Philosophy, Health and the Martial Part the balance of these three aspects being so crucial important and severely lacking in many of the well known branches.

Sifu Sergio Pascal Iadarola studied Wing Chun intensively for the last 25 years of which 10 years where devoted to almost full time research into the arts history, philosophy, concepts and principles It’s this hard work that made the difference, the rediscovered gems that make up the base of the IWKA Wing Tjun system and laid the foundation for the Curriculum by putting the pieces together of the various lineages found in China and Southeast Asia and putting it all in systematic order,by doing that Sifu Sergio managed in preserving a piece of Chinese culture while at the same time preparing the student for today’s needs for realistic self-defense in the streets with an emphasis on developing your body mind and energy to higher levels than the average human being.

The depth of the IWKA Wing Tjun system is the part that surprises most people who come into contact with Sifu Sergio’s work. The depth achieved has only been possible by the intensive studying of the following lineages as well as having access to certain materials that could not have come into his hands if it were not for the help of his Sifus and contacts in China some of which having links to certain secret societies.

The lineages responsible for the creation of the complete picture of the IWKA Wing Tjun system.
• Ip Man Wing Chun in various forms
• Chan Wha Sun Wing Chun
• Gu lo Wing Chun (Leung Jan System)
• Lo family Wing Chun
• Tang Family Wing Chun
• Info from the secret societies
• Yuen Kay San Wing Chun
• Fukien Wing Chun Bak hok (Fujian Yong Chun Baihe)
• Tai Zo and Lohan plus several other internal related systems to Wing Tjun

What is most important to note here is that the studying of the diverse lineages helped also immensely in recuperating certain complete forms. To give one example not many realise that the Ip Man system’s Long Pole form [Luk Dim Poon Kwan] is only a small part of the original Luk Dim Poon Kwan found in the Tang Yick Wing Chun system.
Furthermore the studying of all the lineages was also needed in order to systemise and regain all the concepts and principles once found in the system and now spread over several lineages.

The Wing Chun system is a system based on ancient Chinese wisdom deviating from the system’s main concepts and formulas of time, space, energy and heaven, human, earth creates an imbalance and loss of maximum efficiency.

Here below are listed some of the differences between the IWKA Wing Tjun system and the more popular and famous lineages.

1) Most systems are lacking the knowledge of song (special way of relaxation by getting rid of all unnecessary tension)
2) Most systems lack the knowledge of the Wing Chun Dim of the Southern Shaolin Temple.
3) Most systems are lacking the knowledge of Yeet Gang King (muscle to tendon change) and Sui Gang King (Bone Marrow Washing).
4) Wrong positions because of the lack of the time, space, energy formula.
5) Wrong angles and not being able to occupy three dimensional space.
6) Not using the complete three shapes the triangle, circle and the straight line, mostly using only two of the shapes.
7) Most systems lack the knowledge of detachment and separation of the body mind and energy.
8) Most systems lack the Wing Chun base core body concepts
9) Most systems lack the Ham Hong (empty chest), Lok Bok (dropping shoulder) and Cham Jarn (sinking elbows)
10) By rigid fixing of the shoulder blades and keeping the torso too tensed they are not able to sink the opponents force into the ground and rebounce it back up.
11) Only giving away to force with hand techniques instead of the whole body.
12) Most systems connect their breath to their movements, No separation and detachment of energy.
13) Most systems lack the knowledge of Faat Ging (shock impulse power) while in contact with the opponent like for example in Chi Sao.
14) Most systems lack the knowledge of Faat Ging (shock impulse power) while in transition to contact with the opponent like for example in Kiu Sao and Lao Sao.
15) Most systems use pushing instead of Faat Ging (shock impulse power). In fact according to the old Kuen Kuits there is no pushing in Wing Chun.
16) Most systems mostly use muscle power instead of tendon power.
17) Most systems lack specific tendon straightening exercises of the ancestor forms of Wing Chun.
18) Most systems borrow the opponents force only by deformation of the basic hand techniques instead of the whole body and rebouncing it from the bubbling wells trough the fingers.
19) Mostly focusing on contact reflex training and lacking in the training of the bridging and the use of the eyes.
20) No real understanding of the real meaning of sticking. No ability to cut the roots of the opponent by sticking.
21) No real understanding of the real meaning of following: Thinking that following is running after the opponent with chain punching.
22) Lacking of flow and spontaneity.
23) Lacking the understanding of the elements and how they relate to the forms by making them alive and actually useful to train.
24) Most systems lack the knowledge of Kiu Sao Wing Chun’s training method in handling energy from no contact to contact.
25) Most systems lack the special Chi Kung breathing forms to build up internal power and health.
26) Most systems lack the special Wing Chun San Chong exercises to build internal power, YI and CHI.
27) Most systems lack important parts and details and sometimes whole forms because of blindly following the famous masters who did not had the chance in their lifetime to learn the complete system (As mentioned above in the Luk Dim Poon Kwan example)
28) Most systems lack some of the traditional Wing Chun training tools like the Kwan Chong (Pole Dummy) because of blindly following the famous masters who did not had the chance in their lifetime to learn the complete system. (Wing Chun traditionally had two wooden dummies. One for the unarmed and one for the pole)
29) Most systems lack understanding of the fifteen wisdoms of the Wing Tjun Dim of the Southern Shaolin temple.
30) Most systems lack the knowledge from the secret societies that were formed after the burning down of the Southern Shaolin Temple.
31) Lacking the knowledge of heaven, human earth and time, space, energy concepts.
32) Most systems lack the knowledge of YI and how it relates to CHI and the diverse types of GING.
33) No understanding of sinking.
34) Lacking of knowledge of the energy vortexes, meridians and bubbling wells.
35) Wrong understanding of the meaning and purpose of some of the forms and movements that came about for various reasons one of them being the inability of the lower class people in Fatshan who were mostly an alphabetic and mixed up some of the meanings of the theories by not being able to read the characters (keep in mind that Cantonese is a tonal language with 9 different tones, the same words using a slightly different tone has a complete different meaning)
36) Lacking of understanding of YING YANG (Yam Yeung) in many of the techniques.
37) No real control over time, space and energy (For example needing space to release force by striking)
38) Most systems lack the twenty Kiu Sao (bridging hand) concepts of the Wing Chun Dim.
39) Most systems are missing the cotton body and wheel barring body skill.
40) Most systems are lacking iron palm and red palm knowledge.

These by all means are not all of the differences between the IWKA Wing Tjun system and the other lineages. It is important to note here however that some of the lineages have some of the forty above mentioned points it’s just that no lineage has them all. It’s thanks to the immense sacrifice, work and research of Sifu Sergio who by doing this has put his association, persona and credibility many times at risk, that all of the above points can now all be found and learned within the IWKA’s unique state-of-the-art curriculum.

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