PERFORMANCE OF FOUR GATES WITH JING, QI AND SHEN

Shaolin Four Gates

Grandmaster Wong demonstrating a pattern called "Low Stance Arrow Punch", which is also known as "Precious Duck Swims through Lotus"

Grandmaster Wong explains how the breath is regulated in the salutation pattern to activate mental clarity and internal force. He then demonstrates how the Four Gates set can be performed in just four breaths. How well the performance is can be measured by three criteria — jing, qi and shen — how elegance are the movements, how smooth is the qi (chi) flow, and how vibrant is the performance's spirit.

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Performance of Four Gates with Jing, Qi and Shen from Wong Kiew Kit on Vimeo.

LINKS

Four Gates at UK Summer Camp 2008

Click here for an Overview of the entire course

Cross-Roads at Four-Gates Pages

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