GLIMPSES OF WING CHOON KUNGFU ON BLUE MOUNTAIN
An outstanding feature of the course was using "Siu Lin Tou" to develop internal force, a secretive skill normally taught to inner-chamber disciples. Shaolin Wahnam students had a distinct advantage here because they already knew chi flow, which formed an essential part of the "flow method" employed in this force-training methodology.
Students practiced "chi Sau" ("sticking hands") and combat applications using "Sap Luk Sau" ("Sixteen Hands"), "Sap Ye Thaik" ("Twelve Kicks") and "Thiet Chiet Na" ("Felling-Knee-Grip"), which were composed for this purpose. Students then had a lot of fun using Wing Choon patterns against other martial arts, like Boxing, Kick-Boxing, Wrestling and Muay Thai.
We wish to thank Sifu Anthony Korahais for reviewing the instructional material with the students, Sifu Rama and his Blue Mountain team for the memorable hospitality, and Eli for recording the videos.
8thth March 2011, Blue Mountain, Costa Rica.
Chi Sau (Sticking Hands)
Sap Luk Sau (Sixteen Hands)
The Flow Method
Mobile Chi Sau
Phee Chee (Thrusting Fingers)
Some Tricky Patterns
Against Kick-Boxing and Taekwondo
Against Muay Thai
Conters at Various Points