Welcome to Grandmaster William Cheung’s Wing Chun Academy

Classes held at Level 2, 111 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne, Australia
Call 03-9663 3588 or

Melbourne is the world headquarters of the World Wing Chun Kung Fu Association (WWCKFA). Our state of the art training hall is located in the CBD, is mirrored, fully air-conditioned, has wall to wall interlocking jigsaw mats, and is lined with 6 wooden dummies.

We are open 7 days a week, and have a separate enclosed rooftop area for private and introductory classes.

We offer regular specialty seminars in sparring, kicking, chi sao (contact reflexes), grading skills, Butterfly Swords, Wooden Dummy techniques and much more. We also offer Iso Chi-Gung sessions for better health.

Our academy is open to everyone and we offer free trial one-on-one introductory sessions for those wishing to experience the unique system of traditional Wing Chun. For those wishing to train full-time or learn more about becoming a Certified WWCKFA Instructor, please contact us.

The World Wing Chun Kung Fu Association is lead by Grandmaster William Cheung, direct disciple of Yip Man, and teacher and close friend to Bruce Lee.

His active involvement with Wing Chun for over 55 years has earned him widespread recognition in the world of Wing Chun and martial arts alike.

During his 35 years of teaching Wing Chun, Cheung was inducted by Black Belt, Inside Kung Fu and Blitz magazines into their Halls of Fame. In 2006, Dr. Cheung was appointed “Ambassador of Peace” by the United Nations. He is also the author of numerous books and video titles.

Grandmaster Cheung’s passion for knowledge and teaching has also lead him to establish specialized courses in tactical defense (CTD), personal protection (Pro-Tekt), meridian therapy (CMT), stress management (CSM, CSSM, CFSM) and personal empowerment (CEP).

He has worked with actors, athletes, has personally taught many students and continues to consolidate his knowledge and reach out to a wider audience through workshops and seminars.

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