​The Arizona Wing Chun Association (AWCA) was founded in March 1993 by Phil Bradley. With its headquarters in Phoenix, Arizona, the AWCA has schools and branches throughout the United States and around the world via its acclaimed Distance Learning Program.

The Arizona Wing Chun Association (AWCA) was founded in March 1993 by Phil Bradley. With its headquarters in Phoenix, Arizona, the AWCA has schools and branches throughout the United States and around the world via its acclaimed Distance Learning Program

​AWCAOnline is the Internet home of the AWCA and has been online since the mid 1990′s. Here you will find a great deal of information concerning the martial art of Wing Tsun. Phil’s primary goal for AWCAOnline is to provide a real learning experience vs. the typical site provided by so many others.

AWCAOnline is the Internet home of the AWCA and has been online since the mid 1990′s. Here you will find a great deal of information concerning the martial art of Wing Tsun. Phil’s primary goal for AWCAOnline is to provide a real learning experience vs. the typical site provided by so many others

​The media provided on AWCAOnline was built to accommodate all levels of practitioners in many different lineages. In addition to training and teaching Wing Tsun, Phil’s background in eMedia creation and technical writing has allowed him to create the full-featured eBook Training Series as both a learning and reference format. Taking it a step further, he created the AWCA Distance Learning Program in order to reach those that do not have schools in their area.

The media provided on AWCAOnline was built to accommodate all levels of practitioners in many different lineages. In addition to training and teaching Wing Tsun, Phil’s background in eMedia creation and technical writing has allowed him to create the full-featured eBook Training Series as both a learning and reference format. Taking it a step further, he created the AWCA Distance Learning Program in order to reach those that do not have schools in their area

​The AWCA actively trains in Peoria, Arizona but also reaches our out-of-state members by holding member-only training camps twice a year. The West Coast Training Camp is held every April in Phoenix, while the East Coast Training Camp is usually held in Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania. In some cases, our East Coast camp location changes in order to reach out-of-country members such as our students in Australia, Greece, Spain, and other countries.

The AWCA actively trains in Peoria, Arizona but also reaches our out-of-state members by holding member-only training camps twice a year. The West Coast Training Camp is held every April in Phoenix, while the East Coast Training Camp is usually held in Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania. In some cases, our East Coast camp location changes in order to reach out-of-country members such as our students in Australia, Greece, Spain, and other countries

​If effective Wing Tsun training information is what you are after, you have come to the right place.

If effective Wing Tsun training information is what you are after, you have come to the right place

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