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Wing Chun Kung Fu Forms

Shaolin Jee Shin Wing Chun Association teaches Traditional Wing Chun Forms, as well as:

Woodoon Dummy.

Wing Chun Chi Sao.

Wing Chun Kung Fu for Children.

Martial Arts Sports Coaching.

Qigong in Melbourne.

Wing Chun Self Defence.

Wing Chun Forms assist the wing chun practitioner in developing proper wing chun punching and various wing chun kicks, posture, coordination, technique, balance, earthing, correct positioning, forward intention, chi power, pressure point location, fluency in movement, simultaneous movement of all limbs, wing chun center line and wing chun central line principles.

There are four empty hand wing chun forms in the Shaolin Jee Shin Wing Chun System.

1: Sil Lum Tao Form;

Little Idea Form teaches the basic concepts and principles of the wing chun system.

Principles and Concepts one develops are:

Natural tan tien breathing;

Posture and Earthing.

Chi power.

Simultaneous movement of all the limbs.

Coordination of all the major wing chun techniques.

Range and distance.

Footwork and circular footwork.

Wing chun center line and wing chun central line theory.

2: Advanced Sil Lum Tao Form:

Big Idea Forms follows on from Sil Lum Tao covering extra concepts in more depth.

Introducing reverse tan tien breathing, footwork with Fut Sao as a release step.

Also, larger rotations and concentration of chi power direction into target with palm striking.

3: Chum Kiu Form;

Bridging Gap and seeking the bridge.

This Wing Chun Form teaches the practitioner to bridge the gap and seek the Bridge.

Once the Bridge is closed by the Practitioner he must then seek the bridge, which is finding the Opponent’s contact along the Center Line.

From the point of contact the Practitioner can continue in closer to the exchange range to subdue the Perpetrator.

4: Biu Gee Form;

Dim Mak Pressure Point location and Attack.

This Wing Chun form covers the concept of Pursuit and Retreat.

Biu Gee also represents the configuration of the Baqua covering the 8 points of multiple attack and defense.

Biu Gee introduces the Practitioner to Elbow strikes and Knee attacks.

Sifu Garry’s Wing Chun Blog also covers concepts and principles on Wing Chun Forms.

Sil Lum Tao at Shaolin Temple