Wing Chun School: Long Beach, CA USA

West Coast Wing Chun is a Ip Family/Samuel Kwok lineage and an official Samuel Kwok Affiliate.


Our location is in Long Beach, California - 5107 E. Ocean Boulevard, Belmont Shores. Our phone number is 562-612-7332.

West Coast Wing Chun's head instructor is Sifu Bryan Talbot. Sifu Talbot has practiced Wing Chun for more than twenty years and kung fu for more than forty.

He has appeared in numerous magazines...first with his previous sifu, the late Master Ron Heimberger, and more recently with Grandmaster Samuel Kwok in Wing Chun Illustrated, the Wing Chun Illustrated 201 Calendar and in international publications.

In 2011, he completed a video and photo shoot with Grandmaster Kwok for Martial Master's magazine which has yet to be released.

All interested students must first research our school on our website, then write Sifu Talbot an inquiry letter at sifubryantalbot@ipmankungfu.com and briefly discuss why you wish to learn Wing Chun.

He may invite you to take a free class to determine if our curriculum is what you are looking for.



You may check on Grandmaster Kwok's website here:
http://www.kwokwingchun.co.uk/association-schools/north-america#arizona

You may read more detailed information about our school on our website at www.ipmankungfu.com

Thank you for your interest.

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Want to become better
by: Geo

I would likee to learn the art of relaxation and technique.....a piece of mind...working in banking has me lazy...and i need motivation.

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