Vovinam Việt Võ Đạo is a martial art from Vietnam!

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.

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The Vovinam Berlin SV-Tora is a club inside the German Vovinam Federation - DVVF

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

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Training program

The training program is executed based on the training program of the German Vovinam Federation, hence, in accordance with the World Vovinam Federation.

Training program in details

Vovinam masters and clubs around the world

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SUPPORT VOVINAM BERLIN TEAM !

Through donations and sponsorships, you allow the team to move forward with its mission: bring Vovinam to as many people as possible, and most importantly, to help buying more training equipments and to help organize our biannual Vovinam events and seminars here in Berlin for our members.

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Timetables and training halls

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:

  • Monday (Adults), 20:30 - 22:00


Grundschule im Gutspark. Adresse: Josef - Orlopp - Straße 20, 10367, Berlin:

  • Saturday, 12 - 13:30 (Children and Adults). 13:30 - 16:00 (Adults)
  • Sunday, 13:30 - 15:00 (Children and Adults). 15:00 - 16:30 (Adults)