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Health & Safety

S.A.S. Martial Arts Health and Safety Guidelines


At S.A.S. Martial Arts, we prioritize the health and safety of our members participating in Wing Chun Kung Fu. Below are the guidelines we adhere to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience:

Physical Readiness Assessment: Before engaging in any Wing Chun Kung Fu activities, participants should assess their physical readiness. Individuals with pre-existing health conditions or injuries should consult a healthcare professional before participating.

Warm-Up and Stretching: Proper warm-up and stretching routines are essential to prevent injuries. Participants are encouraged to perform dynamic warm-up exercises and stretch all major muscle groups before starting any training session.

Hydration: Staying hydrated is crucial during physical activities. Participants should bring water bottles and hydrate regularly throughout the training session.

Proper Technique Emphasis: Instructors will emphasize the importance of proper technique execution to prevent injuries. Participants should focus on maintaining correct posture, body alignment, and movement mechanics during training.

Progression and Adaptation: Wing Chun Kung Fu training should progress gradually, allowing participants to adapt to new movements and techniques. Instructors will tailor training sessions to accommodate individual skill levels and physical abilities.

Safety Equipment: Depending on the level and intensity of the training, advanced participants may be required to wear safety equipment such as Head guards, shin pads, and hand mitts to minimize the risk of injury during partner drills or sparring sessions.

Supervision and Instruction: Trained instructors will provide supervision and guidance throughout the training session. Participants are encouraged to ask questions and seek clarification on techniques to ensure safe and effective practice.

Rest and Recovery: Adequate rest and recovery are essential for preventing overuse injuries. You will be given regular breaks, but participants should listen to their bodies and speak to an instructor if concerned about the intensity of training. Additionally, incorporating rest days into your training schedule is vital for muscle recovery and injury prevention.

Emergency Preparedness: Instructors are trained in basic first aid and emergency response procedures. A first aid kit will be available onsite, and participants will be briefed on the location and proper use of emergency equipment.

COVID-19 Safety Measures: In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, additional safety measures will be implemented, including regular sanitization of training equipment, social distancing protocols, and adherence to local health guidelines.


By following these health and safety guidelines, participants can enjoy the benefits of Wing Chun Kung Fu training in a safe and supportive environment at S.A.S Martial Arts.

Note: These guidelines are subject to change based on evolving health and safety recommendations.

Our Partners
SAS Martial Arts in association with The British Martial Arts and Boxing Association
SAS Martial Arts in association with London Youth
SAS Martial Arts in association with The Jack Petchey Foundation
SAS Martial Arts in association with London Youth
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