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Martial Arts Centre in Coromandel Town

Kelvin Mouritsen is opening a training facility for Martial Arts in the old Coromandel Hospital. It will be known as the Chi Sau Club. This training has been welcomed by Coromandel town residents young and old. Kelvin stresses the fact that the martial arts he teaches, Wing Chun Kung Fu can be quickly learnt. This type of self-defense does not rely on bulk or strength and consequently is it most suitable for women’s self-defense. He also teaches other forms of martial arts as requested.

His headquarters will be the old Coromandel Hospital. This building opened in 1892 and the hospital closed in 1994. This fine old colonial building is now the site of the Patukirikiri Marae. Part of the building has been made available to Kelvin for the Chi Sau Club, a Martial Arts Academy.

Kelvin is a long-time resident of the Coromandel region. His home is in Colville where he has lived for 30 years. His work in training for martial arts in Colville and other locations is warmly accepted. He has travelled widely to gain knowledge and experience in various forms of martial arts. For him his most important visits have been to Hong Kong, the founding place for Wing Chun Kung Fu. Kelvin also teaches other forms of martial arts, but Wing Chun Kung Fu is the martial art he prefers because it is so quickly and effectively taught to young people and women.

The Chi Sau Club – more than martial arts: As we grow old our posture deteriorates. Kelvin says it need not be so. He teaches several simple but scientifically proven exercises which counteract against stooping so common in older persons. These exercises do not require extensive and exhausting exercise sessions. Kelvin says they can be quickly learned and will lead to significant benefits in a short time.

Wing Chun Kung Fu was founded 400 years ago in China by a Buddhist nun named Ng Mei. She was one of the top fighters of her time. She believed that all existing forms of Kung Fu were limited because they relied on brute strength. This style has become popular throughout the world. It was adopted and practised by the world-famous Kung Fu Master, Bruce Lee. However, in movies, Bruce Lee used a showy type of Kung Fu developed for movies. Chun Kung Fu is easy to learn, and a student can become proficient in a short period of time. Students are not limited by their size, strength, or age in learning Wing Chun.

What is the point of Chi Sau? The aim of Chi Sau is to learn through touch any shift in an opponent’s body position which indicates an eminent attack. Training the arms to have ‘a mind of their own’ allows a Wing Chun practitioner to instinctively break an opponent’s structure and remove their ability to apply force. The end result of the training enables persons to walk confidently and in the event of a fall, to fall without injury.

How to contact Kelvin: Drop in at the hospital when he is there OR text his phone; O27 283 0773

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Kelvin Mouritsen is opening a training facility for Martial Arts in the old Coromandel Hospital. It will be known as the Chi Sau Club. This training has been welcomed by Coromandel town residents young and old. Kelvin stresses the fact that the martial arts he teaches, Wing Chun Kung Fu can be quickly learnt. This type of self-defense does not rely on bulk or strength and consequently is it most suitable for women’s self-defense. He also teaches other forms of martial arts as requested.

His headquarters will be the old Coromandel Hospital. This building opened in 1892 and the hospital closed in 1994. This fine old colonial building is now the site of the Patukirikiri Marae. Part of the building has been made available to Kelvin for the Chi Sau Club, a Martial Arts Academy.

Kelvin is a long-time resident of the Coromandel region. His home is in Colville where he has lived for 30 years. His work in training for martial arts in Colville and other locations is warmly accepted. He has travelled widely to gain knowledge and experience in various forms of martial arts. For him his most important visits have been to Hong Kong, the founding place for Wing Chun Kung Fu. Kelvin also teaches other forms of martial arts, but Wing Chun Kung Fu is the martial art he prefers because it is so quickly and effectively taught to young people and women.

The Chi Sau Club – more than martial arts: As we grow old our posture deteriorates. Kelvin says it need not be so. He teaches several simple but scientifically proven exercises which counteract against stooping so common in older persons. These exercises do not require extensive and exhausting exercise sessions. Kelvin says they can be quickly learned and will lead to significant benefits in a short time.

Wing Chun Kung Fu was founded 400 years ago in China by a Buddhist nun named Ng Mei. She was one of the top fighters of her time. She believed that all existing forms of Kung Fu were limited because they relied on brute strength. This style has become popular throughout the world. It was adopted and practised by the world-famous Kung Fu Master, Bruce Lee. However, in movies, Bruce Lee used a showy type of Kung Fu developed for movies. Chun Kung Fu is easy to learn, and a student can become proficient in a short period of time. Students are not limited by their size, strength, or age in learning Wing Chun.

What is the point of Chi Sau? The aim of Chi Sau is to learn through touch any shift in an opponent’s body position which indicates an eminent attack. Training the arms to have ‘a mind of their own’ allows a Wing Chun practitioner to instinctively break an opponent’s structure and remove their ability to apply force. The end result of the training enables persons to walk confidently and in the event of a fall, to fall without injury.

How to contact Kelvin: Drop in at the hospital when he is there OR text his phone; O27 283 0773