Group Lessons

Tuesday: 5:45 pm to 7:15 pm.  
Thursday: 7:45 pm to 9:15 pm. 
Saturday: 9:15 am to 10:45 am. 

In Montreal, Le Plateau-Mont-Royal.  

1 class per week: 60$ per month
2 classes per week: 70$ per month
3 classes per week: 95$ per month
Single drop-in class: 20$ 

* All fees are listed with taxes included.
** We do not sell uniforms, we do not sell coloured belts, we do not level test every six months, we don't charge registration fees or association fees, and we do not make you sign long-term contracts. These represent an average savings of 125$ to 200$ per year.

Referral Bonus: Give 10$ Get 10$
  • If you are one of my current and active students, you can save 10$ on next month’s tuition fee for each new student you refer who pays their first month’s tuition.
  • Newly referred student also receives 10$ off their first month’s tuition.
  • This referral bonus does not apply to drop-ins.
  • The referred student must indicate the name of the referring student in the contact form along with the other required information.

Private Lessons

Private lessons are adapted to the student's current level, and they are personalized to bring the student into deeper levels of understanding and application of the system.

Monday to Sunday, according to availabilities.

Cancellation Policy:
We require the student to notify us of any cancellations a minimum of 24 hours in advance. A fee of 35$ applies for missed appointments and cancellations made less than 24 hours prior to the appointment.

If you arrive late, the delay time will be subtracted from your private lesson time. The total price of the private lesson will still be charged.

70$ / 55min / per person (taxes included)

If you are interested in taking private lessons, please indicate it on the contact form along with the other required information.

“Very little is needed to make a happy life; it is all within yourself, in your way of thinking.” ― Marcus Aurelius


Dress Code
  1. Clean plain white t-shirt (no logos).
  2. Clean plain black pants (no logos). 
  3. Black Kung Fu slippers with non-marking soles − no black rubber or brown plastic soles permitted because they mark the floor. Black or white Feiyue shoes of original model and colours are also acceptable.  
  4. For safety reasons, all jewelry must be removed during class. 
  5. Fingernails clipped − to avoid injuring your training partners, your fingernails must be clipped as short as possible every 3 days. If you can still see a free edge, they are not short enough. Students have the right to refuse to train with anyone who has not cut their nails short enough. 
  6. Proper hygiene is expected of everyone − this means your person, whatever you wear, and whatever you bring into the building must be clean and free of any unpleasant odours (including clothes, socks, towel, shoes, boots, jacket, etc). 
  7. If the curtains of the changing stalls are closed, it means there's someone changing in there. So, wait your turn. When you are done with the changing stall, remember to open the curtain completely so we know it's empty.

Basic Rules of Etiquette
  1. Enter the Gwoon with a spirit of humility, respect, and cooperation. 
  2. "Empty your cup" so as to be open to receiving new ideas and concepts.
  3. Bring the proper training attire. 
  4. Arrive on time. Late protocol: do 30 push-ups, then practice your forms diligently on your own until Sifu instructs you to do otherwise. If you are unable to do 30 push-ups, simply arrive on time. 
  5. Put your cellphone on silent. No ringing. No vibrating. 
  6. To show respect toward our space, we salute before entering and before leaving the training floor, i.e. when arriving, when going to the washroom and back, and when leaving. 
  7. Say hi to people when you arrive. 
  8. Salute each other before and after partnering up. 
  9. Avoid coming to class if you have a cold or any form of contagious disease (warts, flu, gastroenteritis, etc). Consult your doctor, rest, and get well before returning to class. 
  10. Pay your fees on time. 

“The more man meditates upon good thoughts, the better will be his world and the world at large.” ― Confucius



Q1: Is it okay if I am not in uniform for the free trial class?
A: Yes. For the trial class, just bring plain and comfortable training clothes and non-marking shoes. However, your nails must be cut short, and all jewelry must be removed. Also, bring a bottle of water with you.  

Q2: Am I too old to start learning Wing Chun?
A: It depends on what you mean by "old". We have students of all ages. Most of our students are in their 20's, 30's and 40's. Regardless of your age, if you can run up the stairs at Mont-Royal metro station, you can train with us.

Q3: I am not very flexible. Can I still learn Wing Chun?
A: Luckily, Wing Chun is a system based on economy of motion. Therefore, even someone with average flexibility can become proficient at it.

Q4: Do you use a belt ranking system?
A: “Belts are only good for holding up your pants” — Bruce Lee. So no, we are not in the business of selling coloured belts. We are intrinsically motivated, and we strive for continual self-improvement.

Furthermore, we do not sell uniforms, we do not level test every six months, we don't charge registration fees or association fees, and we do not make you sign long-term contracts. These represent an average savings of 125$ to 200$ per year.  

Q5: At what age can my child start learning Wing Chun Kung Fu?
A: 14.

Q6: Do you do any hard sparring?
A: No, because we are quite fond of our brain cells. And, we appreciate being able to go to work the next day without a headache. Brain damage is not our cup of tea. A simple image search of the terms "chronic traumatic encephalopathy” and “traumatic brain injury” is enough to convince us that that is not what we want our brain to look like. And, we’re not alone. A few pro MMA fighters have decided to stop sparring for the same reasons. Instead of sparring, we do a lot of “dynamic” Chi Sau, combination drilling, and controlled pressure testing to maximize the effectiveness of our techniques.
“Flow with whatever may happen and let your mind be free. Stay centered by accepting whatever you are doing. This is the ultimate.” ― Zhuangzi