Hung Fa Yi Wing Chun Kuen(The Red Flower Righteous Wing Chun Boxer Society)

Major Components of the System

Together the following components teach a complete theory of science and strategies to advanced students, called the Wing Chun Formula

Siu Nihm Tauh(Little Intent Head)

Siu Lihn Tauh (Little Drilling Beginning)

The Siu Nihm Tau form is played through two methods.

Siu Nihm Tauh is when the student learns the entire form and understands the principals, concepts, and theories. Also the student learns to focuse on how to be aware of Hei - "energy" ()

Siu Lihn Tauh represents the process of drilling the pieces. After the student has learned the form, he may then take out the individual techniques and use them to prove the principals and concepts taught within.

The term used for the stance is Yih Jih Kihm Yeuhng Mah - "two character press yang horse"()

Chahm Kiuh(Sink Bridge)

1) Beginner

2) Advanced Chahm Kiuh translated literally means "sinking the bridge," but the true meaning of the term is to "destroy the bridge." The primary intent is to destroy the structure of the opponent. The scope of Chahm Kiuh relies mainly on the Saan Sahp Luhk Muhn Wihng Cheun Chahm Kiuh Faat - "36 ways to engage and destroy the opponent's structure" ( ) , along with the six different types of Wing Chun footwork.

Biu Ji(Thrust Finger)

1) Basic

2) Advanced Biu Ji translates literally as "thrusting fingers". Biu Ji is the deadly finger striking form that focuses on vital points in the human body. In advanced training of Biu Ji , the twelve major Wing Chun elbow striking techniques are emphasized.

Muhk Yahn Jong (Wood Person Post)

1) Basic

Leuhng Yih Jong Bin Faat(Two Change Post Angulate Method)

2) Advanced

The Muhk Yahn Jong , also called the Leuhng Yih Jong , has two variations and two different lengths. The first form variation taught on the Muhk Yahn Jong is the Baat Jahn Touh - "8 directional" ( ) method consisting of 108 moves, and later extended to over 150 moves. The second variation for the advanced stages of learning of the Muhk Yahn Jong is Sahp Mihn Maaih Fuhk - "10 dimensional time/space strategies" ()

Chi Sau (Stick Hand)

Daan Chi Sau (Single Stick Hand) Fundamental chi sao training involving several different developmental phases in 3 categories.

Basic Daan Chi Sau 4 Stages

1) Develop Techniques, Concepts and Energy flow 2) Jaang Daai Lihk elbow 3) Correct Structure and use of Striking Point 4) Adapting and Changing

Standard Daan Chi Sau 4 Formats

1) Taan Sau Initial (Ngoih Jaht Sau) 2) Fuhk Sau Initial (Noih Jaht Sau) 3) Fuhk Sau Initial (Gum Sau) 4) Bong Sau Initial (Jaang Daai Lihk)

Crossing-Hand Daan Chi Sau Luhk Muhn Chi Sau (Six Gate Stick Hand)Double handed chi sao training - develops sensitivity

Saam Sin Chi Sau (Three Line Stick Hand)tilizes the three line concept - develops timing

Jiht Kiuh Chi Sau (Intercept Bridge Stick Hand)Bridge from chi sao training to fighting bridging skills

Saan Sau (Separate Hand)

Sup Yee Mouh Kiu (Twelve Touch Bridge) Contains 12 concepts, 3 techniques for each concept, creating a total of 36 techniques

Ngh Jahn Chiuh Mihn Jeui Yihng Five Battle Formation Facing Chasing Posture) Called the "Five Phases of Combat" - the five methods of facing and changing of combat:

Baai Jong(Place Post)Facing and Set Up

Jiht Kiuh(Intercept Post)Intercepting the bridge

Chahm Kiuh(Sink Bridge)Sinking the bridge

Jeui Yihng (Chase Posture) Chasing and dominating the superior position

Wuih Mah (Recover Horse) repositioning the horse for further attack

Luhk Dim Bun Gwan(Six Half Point Pole)

1) Beginner

2) Advanced

The first version learned uses a standard length pole while the second version utilizes a long pole, similar to the more commonly seen 6 pole as used in other branches of Wing Chun Baat Jaam Du (Eight Cut Knife)

Yih Jih Seung Dou(Two Character Double Knife)

1) Beginner

2) Advanced

Training in the knife entails practice and tactical development for knife against short weapon, middle length weapon, and long weapon.


Sources:

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