2011 Fall Event Series

Get ready for lots of WingChun action.

It’s getting to that time, when we kick off our Fall Event Series, October 14-23! I’m excited to bring you my teacher, Sifu Klaus Brand. As IAW Founder and WingChun Grandmaster, he offers an incomparable quality of Self-Defense education. Come experience for yourself why so many students and teachers in various countries are compelled to master the system he transmits.

Sifu sharing his positive energy.

Sifu Klaus Brand is a world-class artist. He’s a maverick warrior blazing a path unbound by convention. The one thing that drives his approach is functional realism. And it expresses in everything he is. That kind of direct vibe and full honesty is rare. Not many people live with the congruence that Sifu exudes. It’s a positive pressure which challenges you to be your best.

Most events are open to the general public, except those as noted with prerequisites. For IAW-US Members, to make things easier for Sifu and I, make sure you:

  • Wear your full WingChun Uniform (or at least a white t-shirt and black pants).
  • Affix your current Level Emblem onto your left sleeve.
  • Bring your IAW Passport with a valid 2011 Member Sticker to test.
  • Contact the HQ if you don’t have all of the above.

Join us for some intensive fun.

I look forward to welcoming you to the IAW-US Headquarters. We have a diverse range and interesting array of training topics planned to maximize your progress. Plus, you’ll be interacting with the good people that our supportive community is known for. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions about the Fall Event Series. Click here for the schedule.


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