Forms & Drills

Learn section 1 of each form, plus a variety of drills & applications - as well as concepts & theories - to put them into real use.



Full-color step-by-step photos and training drills brings the AWCA Wing Tsun curriculum directly to your computer.



With a wide range of topics, our eBook Library affords valuable training to all lineages and styles of Wing Tsun/Wing Chun.


Distance Learning

Now you can learn Wing Tsun Kuen in the privacy of your own home and at your own pace, with all resources available 24x7.


Volume 4: Biu-Tze Status

Stay up-to-date with the latest progress of our upcoming "Volume 4: Biu-Tze" of the AWCA's eBook Training Series.

Welcome to the Arizona Wing Chun Association

AWCA Digital Training Library

The AWCA offers a wealth of innovative resources for all levels of Wing Tsun/Wing Chun/Ving Tsun practitioners.The plum flower blossom is a main symbol that illustrates Wing Tsun Kuen Training in Phoenix, Arizona since 1986 and teaching since 1993, the Arizona Wing Chun Association is a Yip Man family lineage.

Our original training was with Master Leung Ting’s Wing Tsun Martial Art Association (since renamed to the International WingTsun™ Association, or IWTA) from 1986 to 1990. From 1998 to 2013, the AWCA was affiliated with the International Ving Tsun Kung Fu Federation (IVTKFF) and Dai-SiFu Don Grose. From April 2014 to July 2015, we were also honored to experience Bay Mountain Wing Tsun under the tutelage of SiFu Alex Wallenwein, 3rd Technician Level of Houston Wing Tsun.

At present, the AWCA is taking all of our lessons learned and creating a diverse, progressive curriculum concerning all of the training we have been exposed to.

Our gym delivers effective, real-world skill sets for today’s modern practitioners. In addition to working with our personal students, the AWCA provides a variety of media for practitioners of all lineages and levels to continue their studies and training in Wing Tsun Kuen.

From video-illustrated training workbooks, a full-featured distance learning program, and our free monthly training newsletter (in publication since 2003), our media continues to assist those who are serious about learning and expanding their skill sets.

Unlike many sites that are created and forgotten, AWCAOnline is continuously updated and expanded. Our goal is to make AWCAOnline the most useful and innovative training website available.

We are constantly upgrading our media, improving our delivery methods, and spreading the art of Wing Tsun as far as possible. Whether you are new to the art or looking for resources to continue your training, the AWCA is here to help.

Learn more about the AWCA  Learn more about the AWCA

What is Wing Chun?  What is Wing Tsun?

Help & Support  Help, Support & Frequently Asked Questions

AWCAOnline provides a wealth of innovative resources for all levels of Wing Tsun/Wing Chun practitioners.