About Wing Chun
Wing Chun is a 400 year old martial art developed with "quality not quantity" in mind. Wing Chun only has four forms, and a core set of partner drills that develop attributes like timing and power. Wing Chun was created so smaller people could deal with larger and stronger opponents.

Sifu Lewis on the Muk Yan JongAbout Sifu Lewis
Sifu (teacher) Bishop Lewis is an Oxford, Mississippi native and graduate of the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss). He is a veteran police Lieutenant of 15 years at the University of Mississippi Police Department. Because of his profession and experience, Sifu Lewis has a straightforward and practical approach to Wing Chun. Sifu Lewis has practiced martial arts for 27 years. He began training in Shotokan Karate at age 13, and after five years, Sifu Lewis began training in Ngor Chor (Wuzu Quan) Kung Fu. During this time, Sifu Lewis met and became friends with his Wing Chun teacher, Sifu Larry Greene. Also during this time, Sifu Lewis studied Muay Thai, Western boxing, Yang Tai Chi, and Kali. Sifu Greene taught Sifu Lewis Wing Chun for two years, and after Sifu Lewis decided to focus solely on Wing Chun, Sifu Greene took him to meet his teacher, Sigong (grandfather teacher) Francis Fong in Atlanta, Georgia. Sifu Lewis continued to learn Wing Chun from Sifu Greene and Sigong Fong for several more years, and in 2001, Sifu Lewis began teaching Wing Chun in Oxford, Mississippi.

About LWC Classes
Sifu Lewis teaches Wing Chun semi-privately at his Kwoon (school) behind his home in Oxford, Mississippi. Sifu Lewis intentionally keeps his classes small (under 10 students) so that his students will get the most from the instruction. Sifu Lewis accepts serious students only with good attitudes and a willingness to learn who are at least 18 years old. Wing Chun requires an adult's understanding of the human body and an adult's focus. Sifu Lewis expects his students, once accepted, to come to every class (work or emergencies aside) and practice regularly outside of class. Wing Chun, like any valuable skill, takes time, constant practice, and patience to learn. Sifu Lewis teaches class on Monday and Thursday nights at 8:00PM, and every other Saturday at 2:00PM. Classes last between an hour and an hour and a half. Classes are $100.00 per month (paid at the beginning of each month) or $500.00 for six months (paid in full at the beginning of a six month period). There are no other costs or equipment to buy. Sifu Lewis does not use a belt ranking system. He believes that the Wing Chun itself is the reward.

If you are genuinely interested in learning Wing Chun, and willing to commit the necessary time and money, feel free to email Sifu Lewis at sifulewis@lewiswingchun.com or call him at (662) 832-7717 (from 8:00AM to 8:00PM).

LWC'S MOTTO:

GO SIMPLE.
In real self-defense situations, only simple techniques work.

GO HARD.
Today's world can be a dangerous place. You have to train hard to face hard situations.

GO HOME.
GO HOME has a dual meaning. First, if you train simple and train hard, you get to GO HOME with the satisfaction of knowing you accomplished something. Second, if you're faced with a real self-defense situation, you do what you need to do to GO HOME safe.


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LWC is dedicated to Sifu Lewis' teacher, Sifu Larry Greene.
*Last updated December 6, 2014.