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Members of the Navan school with Dai-Sifu Rainer Tausend and Sifu Aidan Canavan at the EWTO 40th Anniversary celebrations in Hockenheim

Members of the Navan school with Dai-Sifu Rainer Tausend and Sifu Aidan Canavan

at the EWTO 40th Anniversary celebrations in Hockenheim

Navan Club Grading

Navan Grading

Sifu Aidan Canavan travelled to Navan for our biggest club grading yet.

Well-being Week in Eureka Secondary School, Kells

Our Navan school was invited to be a part of Eureka Secondary School's Well-being Week.

It's #NotAllMen and we need to change that


#NotAllMen is trending on social media again. What can men do to change it?

2021 - A Year in Review

First grading in a long time

2021 was another challenging year.

Restrictions ease and training returns

Summer Guidelines

As Covid restrictions ease, and the weather improves, the Navan School will be returning to outdoor training from May 10.

New Year New Lockdown


The Navan School will be returning to Zoom classes from January 4th.

Navan School Returns to Training - December 7th

The Navan School will be returning to training on December 7th.

Dublin moves to Level 3 - September 21st

The decision to move Dublin to Level 3 has had an impact on training in Navan.

Covid 19 Restrictions - August 18th

Under the new Government Restrictions, aimed at tackling the Covid 19 pandemic, groups training indoors are limited to 6 people. The Navan school will continue classes as normal but attendance is limited to Daragh and 5 other people. To book one of those 5 places contact Daragh on 0868921567. The classes will continue to be broadcast via ZOOM to facilitate those who cannot physically attend. Those in attendance will be required to follow the hand sanitiser and facemask protocols. These restrictions will remain in place until September 13th.

Covid 19 Policy

Wing Tsun Navan have introduced a new policy to facilitate training during the ongoing Covid 19 pandemic.

Coverage in the national press

The Irish Times write up

Wing Tsun featured in the first part of the Irish Times Summer series on Fighting Arts.

Summer Self Defence Course


We are running a Self Defence Course starting July 4th and you can bring a friend for free. Learn more...

Monthly Newsletter

April Newsletter

For 2019 we've introduced a monthly newsletter.

A new Higher Grade for Navan

Eddie and the Sifus

Congratulations to Eddie Casey on being awarded his 1st Highter Grade at the recent IEWTO seminars. Eddie is the second Navan student to be awarded a Higher Grade.

Beginners Self Defence Course

Fak Sau

We have Beginners Self Defence Course starting July 9th.

Sifu Aidan Canavan at Wing Tsun Navan

Sifu Aidan Canavan at Wing Tsun Navan

The Navan school were delighted to welcome Sifu Aidan Canavan for a training session in December 2017.

New Year, New You?

Happy New Year

New Year, Kung Fu!

Find out why Wing Tsun might just be your perfect new hobby...

Use your Brain

Garda public awareness material

The Garda have launched a public awareness campaign about street assaults.

A very proud day

Grandmaster Kernspecht presents Derek Dorris with his 1st Higher Grade

A very proud day for the Navan school as Derek Dorris was presented with his 1st Higher Grade by Grandmaster Keith Kernspecht. Also in the photo are Grandmasters Oliver Koenig and Giuseppe Schembri

Derek Dorris with Eddie Casey in Hockenheim after Derek was presented with his 1st Higher Grage. Many years ago Derek and Eddie approached Daragh Breathnach looking for private lessons when studying for their 4th Student Grades in a move that would eventually lead to the setting up of the Navan school.

Better Living through Wing Tsun

Improving ourselves using the third Wing Tsun principle on force.

Better living through Wing Tsun Principles #3

A look at how the second Wing Tsun principle on force can help us to be better people

Better living through Wing Tsun Principles #2

It is often said that Martial Arts make us better people. This can be true but is not always. We all know high ranking martial artists that are quick to lose their temper or hold a grudge or bad mouth people beind their back. Wing Tsun is a martial art that focuses on principles but how can those principles help us to be better people?

Better living through Wing Tsun Principles #1

Wing Tsun Navan members with Dai-Sifu Tausend after the Winter 2015 seminars

Wing Tsun Navan was well represented at the recent Winter seminars with IEWTO National Instructor Dai-Sifu Rainer Tausend. At the student seminar on Sunday Domo (6th), Sean (5th), Mark (1st) and Evan (1st) all graded. Well done lads. Keep up the good work.

Dealing with Ambush

Recently we were asked about ambush attacks and how to deal with them. Much like Monty Python's Spanish Inquisition, fear and surprise are often the greatest weapons of an ambush attack. Usually the fear is fed by the surprise so one of the keys to dealing with them is removing that element. (Click here for more...)

Midterm Self Defence Special - October 28th

Wing Tsun Navan celebrates their 2nd birthday

Members of the Wing Tsun Navan school mark the second birthday of the school with training and cake.

FREE Self Defence Class - June 22nd

Where to find us

The Navan Wing Tsun school currently trains in BT Fitness at Unit 6, Beechmount Homepark in Navan. Our aim is to provide quality, focused training in a relaxed environment. Beginners aged 16 and over are always welcome and, of course, the first class is free.

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