Wing Chun in West Yorkshire

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    york paul White Belt

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    Hi guys
    Does anyone know of any good wing Chun schools in West Yorkshire?
    I used to be at nwckfa ( Colin Ward.) for 7 years but you will only ever be trained to a certain level unless you pay £40 private lessons on top of £60 monthly fee,so found the Sifu disinterest to teach unless you had a good financial state plus the Sifu is overrated totally and does this purely for cash with no love for wing Chun!! Any good sifus or ideas please drop me a line—yorkie
     
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    It took you seven years to figure that out?, That's nearly five grand even if you didn't take the private level instruction that would be expensive if it was a decent art, but for wing chun, that's day light robbery, go and find a karate schools that charges a Skin diver a lesson
     
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    Jobo I got to brown level but to get to black you had to pay a fortune so decided to leave as the Sifu was fleacing m,I am now looking for a good Sifu and club
     
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    There's a lot of cons work on the same principle, it's what s know as being pot committed, in pocke r, you've invested so much to get "nearly there" people will pay increasingly silly amounts, so that the investment wasn't w wasted, well done for seeing through it.

    There are good schools were all they want is to teach and cover the rent, go and find one
     

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