Experienced Instruction
Si-Fu Webb brings over 35 years of experience to his classes. (Click for more Info)
About the NVTO
The National Ving Tsun Organization (NVTO) is a professional martial arts association whose purpose is to pass on the traditional concepts of the Ving Tsun kung fu system with a modern approach to training and development. (Click for more details)
History of Ving Tsun
Ving Tsun (pronounced 'wing-chun') is a complete system of self-defense which works for everyone regardless of size, strength, gender or athleticism. (Continue Reading)
Ranking System
The NVTO ranking system is broken into three different phases: Student, Instructor, and Master. (Click for more details)

Health and Self Defense

Training is conducted in a friendly atmosphere with a high student-instructor ratio ensuring you the best instruction available.

Extra training

Extra training

Throughout the year there are bonus training sessions and twice a year "camps" where all students come together for 2 days of training on the weekend

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1st Escrima Seminar of 2022

Escrima Returns to Austin Ving Tsun with the 1st of our 2022 Escrima Seminars – open for folks new to Escrima and returning folks who missed the weapons class that is a great companion to Ving Tsun (Wing Chun).

Our Next Austin Escrima Seminar will be held in June.

Announcing Si-Fu’s new Patreon Page

Gun Fu Training provides instruction, training tips, and advice on two areas of personal protection: martial arts and firearms. As an instructor of Wing Chun kung fu, as well as firearms, my goal is to provide an experience which will enrich and improve your skills in these areas.

More Information can be found at Gun Fu Training

Summer Camp 2021 – Austin Texas

Another Great Winter Seminar at Austin Ving Tsun Academy. The weekend started with a select few advanced practitioners working on long pole training (6 and 1/2 point pole a.k.a. “Luk-Dim-Boon-Gwun”) Friday night, and then continuing into the weekend with 22 students and instructors, packing a months’ worth of training and hands-on practice into a single weekend of work and fun.

Congratulations to all those who tested and were promoted:

Katelyn Miller Student Grade 10
Avery Hackmacn Student Grade 3
Alyssa Miller Student Grade 3,
Dave to Student Grade 1 & 2
and Michael Gagnon Student Grade 2

Meet Our Sifus

An instructor of Chinese martial arts is traditionally called "Sifu" by students. This word actually represents two distinct terms that sound the same. "Sifu" means "in a to assist or help," and anyone with the skills and knowledge and is willing to teach can be a "Sifu" and is not reserved solely for martial arts instructors. It's common in China for any skilled person. In our school, this title is awarded to instructors who demonstrate skill, along with knowledge of training and theory begin the style along with a willingness to help others and help contribute to the school by giving back (help others).