This is a collection of my own original art work.
This is my “Life Protocol: It is how I approach life & challenges regardless of whether those challenges are physical, cognitive, emotional, &/or spiritual. This protocol shows how my first mode is that of a snake, then a dragon, then a crane.
Herein lies the answers to life, challenges, and growth which you have been seeking such that your search has lead you to this page not as a random coincidence but as a matter of self-fulfilling prophecy & destiny.
This is information that the Sifu or Teacher of Yǒng Chūn (咏春) / Wing Chun (or the provider of information for anyone) may feel it is necessary to discuss & contemplate prior to beginning to teach/learn the physical aspects of Yǒng Chūn (咏春) / Wing Chun.
Please come to this website for links to YouTube to see Masters of Wing Chun / 咏春 ~ Yǒng Chūn demonstrating their interpretation of the Wing Chun / 咏春 ~ Yǒng Chūn forms, for pragmatic & useful practical philosophical insight into the art of Wing Chun / 咏春 ~ Yǒng Chūn, a 4-level Wing Chun / 咏春 ~ Yǒng Chūn lesson plan with specific areas of focus for the Disciple & the Sifu to discuss, for discussions about demonstrating honor, respect, self-control, & integrity, for examples of the Mandarin Chinese language & the importance in acquiring an understanding of the Chinese Language, for insights into the fundamental philosophy of Buddhism upon which Wing Chun / 咏春 ~ Yǒng Chūn was founded, entertainment through free online YouTube links to Wing Chun / 咏春 ~ Yǒng Chūn full-length movies, Mantras to help the Wing Chun / 咏春 ~ Yǒng Chūn practitioner stay in a continuous meditative & heightened state of Mindfull Awareness, instructions on how to make an affordable Mak Yan Jong / 麦仁忠 ~ Mài rénzhōng Dummy for practicing on, and MUCH MORE TO COME!!!
Thank you (谢谢 ~ Xièxiè),
Most honorably yours,
Thomas “Tivy” Tvedten,
Disciple of Wing Chun / 咏春 ~ Yǒng Chūn for life!
This is what I cosider to be an appropriate path for a student of Wing Chun, & it is flexible enough to allow for individual teacher & student preferances.
First & foremost: RESPECT!
Last but NOT least: RESPECT!
The importance of learning to speak Chinese.