Meridian Kung Fu has been building confidence and martial arts excellence in Children and Adults across Essex for over 25 years.
Our proven, professional teaching systems will guide you from a complete beginner to a highly competent, confident martial artist irrespective of age or current physical ability.
Beginner classes for children aged between 3-17 through various programmes that build life skills, develop self-confidence and create amazing young martial artists ready for the world.
Wing Chun beginner Classes for adults of all abilities that introduce traditional martial arts skills, build confidence, improve health & wellbeing and give the ability to effectively defend self and family if needed.
Specialist weapons and advanced training for adults and children who want to push themselves further and become experts in the advanced elements within the Wing Chun system
ABOUT Meridian Kung Fu Billericay
Meridian Kung Fu Billericay & Brentwood provide Wing Chung Kung Fu classes for Children & Adults across Essex. Wing Chun is a great martial art which can enhance and develop confidence, respect, discipline focus and humility in everyone. Our classes start from child reception aged to adults. Wing Chun is suitable for all levels of fitness and abilities, everyone is welcome.
|Snakes & Cranes||3.45pm - 4.30pm||4.30pm - 5.15pm||4.00pm - 4.45pm|
|Junior Wing Chun||4.45pm - 5.45pm||5.30pm - 6.30pm||5.00pm - 6.00pm|
|Teen Wing Chun||6.15pm - 7.15pm|
|Adult Wing Chun||7.15pm - 8.15pm|
MERIDIAN BILLERICAY INSTRUCTORS
SIFU BEN RICHARDSON
My name is Sifu Ben Richardson and I run the Billericay area of Meridian Kung fu whilst also running classes at both the Rayleigh and Southend branches as well. I have been studying and training within the art of Wing Chun Kung Fu for 23 years and I currently have a Second-Degree black sash.
Alongside my normal training I also participate in a once-a-month Mastery course where I learn to train with the weapons of the system. I have been teaching the Martial Art for 13 years working alongside some fantastic instructors during this time.
My passion for teaching started when I was 16 when I was asked to work within the P.E department within my secondary school at the time. This then led me down a path where I studied at South Essex College for 4 years gaining the top grade possible, from here I went to the University of Essex where I gained a 2:2 in Sport Studies.
Finally, I undertook an intense one-year teacher training course allowing me to teach at a College Level where I worked for 2 years before making the decision to leave and teach Martial Arts full time.