THREE HARMONIES IN TANTUI COMBAT SEQUENCE ONE

Shaolin Tantui

Grandmaster Wong demonstrating the effectiveness of body-movement when sparring with Sifu Marcus



A kungfu technique can be analyzed into three components, namely feet, body and hands. A co-ordination amongst these three factors constitutes the three external harmonies.

A technique can be effectively applied in combat only when these three components are in harmony — a fact many kungfu practitioners may be unaware of. This video series on Tantui Combat Sequence 1 provides some illuminating examples of the importance of the three external harmonies in combat.


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Throw Punch
Footwork
Footwork

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Coverage
Pressing Attacks
Body-Movement

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Body-Movement
Footwork
Footwork

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Footwork
White Horse Returns Head
Second Brother Offers Wine


Please click the picture below or click the caption to view the video

Three Harmonies in Taitui Combat Sequence 1 from Wong Kiew Kit on Vimeo.



Tantui Course at UK Summer Camp 2007


Other reviews of Tantui courses held in Toronto and Frankfurt can be found at

Tantui, the Essence of Northern Shaolin

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