Vovinam (short for Võ Việt Nam; Vietnamese: Việt Võ Đạo, Martial Arts of Vietnam) is a Vietnamese martial art.
Vovinam is practiced with and without weapons. It is based on the principle of between hard and soft. It includes training of the body as well as the mind. It uses force and reaction of the opponent. Vovinam also includes hand, elbow, kicks, escape- and levering techniques. Both attack and defense techniques are trained, as well as forms, combat and traditional wrestling. The wide range of techniques include punching, kicking, forms, wrestling, sword, staff, axe, folding fan and others.
After the initial period training in the Hoan Kiem driving school, and many times in the park. The Vovinam Berlin is now a department inside SV-Tora Berlin club.
And it is also a member of the German Vovinam Federation. Vovinam Viet Vo Dao German Federation website: DVVF
6th Dang, vice president of the German Vovinam Việt Võ Đạo association.
Võ Sư Chiêu was born on March 13th, 1952 in the province of Bạc Liêu (South Vietnam). He started training Vovinam in 1966 in a class of Võ Sư Trần Văn Bé at a school in Saigon.
Towards the end of 1970 Võ Sư Chiêu finished school and went to Germany to study at the University of Stuttgart.
Hoang Pham started to learn Vovinam in the end of 2010 with master Vittorio Cera at Vo Duong Gorla in Milan, Italia. Master Vittorio Cera is the technical director of the European Vovinam Viet Vo Dao Federation EVVF and holds Hong Dai Nhi Cap (6th Dang).
Currently holds Hoang Dai (Yellow Belt, in Vovinam, it means the initial Trainer’s belt). He has gone through Lam Dai (Blue Belt) exams in Milan, Italy:
In 17th May 2015 in Briosco (MB), Italy, he passed the Hoang Dai (Yellow Belt) at the exam session organized by the Italian Vovinam Viet Vo Dao Federation.
The martial art is for everyone, you're encouraged to attend two initial free trial trainings.
Grundschule auf dem Lichtenberg. Adresse: Atzpodienstr. 19, 10365, Berlin:
Grundschule im Gutspark. Adresse: Josef - Orlopp - Straße 20, 10367, Berlin: