Sije Yuka Yoshioka
Progress comes through diligent practice on basics. If you are able to do the simple things perfectly, you can acquire the skills to do difficult things more naturally. WingChun practice gradually decreases your limb stiffness, then creates smoother motions with higher efficiency. I will help you to find your inner power and flow in WingChun!
Sije Yuka has a solid skill to identify what each student needs to focus on at each stage, and transmit it comprehensively, with over 20 years of martial arts experience. Prior to WingChun, she accumulated over a decade of practice in different styles, including Tae Kwon Do, Iai Do, Karate, etc. She can effectively address the benefits and challenges in various martial styles, body types, and the stages of life.
She is an academy leader at the Academy of WingChun Berkeley.
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Sihing Robert Armstead
Sihing Robert teaches WingChun with his genuinely enthusiastic and caring nature. With his warm personality and the presence of self-discipline, he has been a role model and a mentor to many students at the Academy of WingChun Berkeley. His precise teaching helps students not only to improve their techniques, but also to encourage them to acquire the confidence to boost their progress consistently.
He has been a practitioner of WingChun since 2016. Prior to WingChun, he practiced Boxing and gained his core athletic discipline from playing college football in the late 90’s. Robert is an assistant instructor at the Academy of WingChun Berkeley.