Combat school - Brutal and efficient - Survival focused - Self defense.
Beginner class times are: (classes usually run long you can leave anytime)
Monday beginning at 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Wednesday beginning at 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Friday beginning at 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Saturday beginning at 12:00 PM – 2:30 PM
Tuesday , Thursday and Sunday: privates by appointment and skill builder classes
Other class times are available for advanced and mid level students.
Private lessons as well as group privates are available by appointment.
Monday , Wednesday , Friday at 7 pm-8:30 pm and sat 12 pm to 2:30 pm
Contract 1 year. All sessions are per month. So, for example , if you have once a week commitment you can miss the first 3 weeks and make up with all 4 sessions the last week of the month. Month to month also available , no contract. Texas Wing Chun has programs to cover part of their training through volunteer work with animal rescue groups.
No more than 3 students at a time.
Dr. Mullen teaches all Privates and most classes unless otherwise noted.
Texas Wing Chun in Arlington Texas teaches COMBAT focused Wing Chun using anatomy, psychology, physics, math, human biomechanics, human physiology, and kinesiology , science etc.. Dr. Mullen, who is a retired chiropractor, demands his fighters THINK about what they do and WHY they do it.
All Wing Chun and fighting should be based on structure, efficiency, logic, and common sense that is repeatedly tested in combat. In fighting, it is dangerous to rely on A SINGLE person’s opinion. All martial arts should be viewed with a critical eye. The application of the scientific method should be used to maintain the arts integrity and to find mistakes or misunderstandings and to improve the art through time.
Almost all martial arts ask the wrong questions and contain illogical, mythological ideas that will kill you.
Asking the right questions should be 90% of life. They ask, how do I want to fight? I want to fight like a dragon, a tiger, etc... These are simply the wrong questions / ideas / myths. You are neither a tiger nor a dragon. You CANNOT fight like them; your body is all wrong. Were you a tiger or dragon you would not need Kung Fu.
The correct question is, "How is the human body designed to fight efficiently?" Good martial arts should be based on human biomechanics not animals. They should be about structure, function, and efficiency not myth. Most martial arts teachers have limited understanding of the function of human anatomy and physiology [form and function]. This limits the depth of their teaching and can lead to misunderstandings and confusion. Unfortunately these misunderstandings and confusion can kill their students.
Dr. Mullen , Sifu Wing Chun Gung Fu , is a retired Chiropractor in Arlington Texas, a suburb of Dallas / Fort Worth. He has a doctorate in Chiropractic a bachelor of science in chemistry and biology. Chiropractors are the masters of human structure, physiology, and biomechanics bar none.
Long before that he was a bouncer in a rock bar, bodyguard, and personal trainer. He was also security in a welfare hotel during graveyard shift near the Bronx in New York City. Due to this bizarre confluence of circumstance, he has had a few hundred random people try to kill him for more than 20 years. This includes many ex-convicts from Rikers Island, Sing Sing prison, and nearby psych wards [ Bellevue Hospital NYC ]; and one person on PCP (not recommended).
Dr. Mullen has given and accepted challenges for over 25 years.
Grandmaster - Yip Man ( 1893-1972 ) deceased
Leung Sheung ( 1918-1978 ) deceased - Yip Man's number 1 student
Kenneth Chung - [ California ]
Ben Der - [ California ]
Ken Werner - [ Florida retired ]
Karl Godwin [ Orlando Florida ]
Bill Graves - [ Jacksonville Florida ]
Dr. Scott Mullen - [ Dallas Texas ]
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We love our students, so feel free to visit during the beginner class in our normal business hours.
We are 1 mile south on Cooper from University of Texas Arlington (UTA).
625 Woodcrest Ln. Arlington, TX 76010
Visitors welcome Monday , Wednesday , Friday at 7 P.M. and Saturday at 12 noon