CURRICULUM


SIU LIM TAU

Hand Form

Siu Lim Tau Form (3 Parts)

Hand Developments

San Sau Techniques

  1. Yee Gee Kim Yeung Ma
  2. Chair Kuen (pulling punch)
  3. Iron Palm and Wall Bag
  4. 20 single hands techniques (Tan, Bong, Lop, Pak, Lan, Bue, Jaam, Wu, Huen, Jut, Outside Jut. Kam, Fak, Pow, Gaan, Ding, Haan, Low Bong, Jong and Kau)
  5. Tan Da Gaan Da (4 gate punching)
  6. Eight double hands techniques (Ngoi Kwan Sau, Gaan Jaam Sau, Inside Jip Sau, Outside Jip Sau, Jut Wu Sau, Ding Haan Sau, Hoi Kwan Sau and Tan Pak Sau)
  7. Single Man Techniques in Air (3 repeated moves from Jong Sau, and back to Jong Sau with the 20 single hands, 4 gates and 8 double hands techniques)
  8. Double Man Techniques (One is doing the technique while the other is doing the punch or Pak Da or Lop Da or even both person may do the same technique at the same time with the 20 single hand and the 8 Double hand techniques)
  9. Create your own combination from the 20 single and the 8 double hand techniques such as: (5 blocking motions, Tan/Pak/Lop, Bong/Lop/Pak, Bue/Jut/Wu, Ding/Haan/Outside Jut, Kau/Gaan/Jaam, Huen/Pak/Lop, Fak/Jaam/Wu, Jaam/Wu/Pak, Tan/Bong/Lop, Jut/Bue/Jaam)

Reacting San Sau

One partner initiates the Pak Da or Lop Da into the other Jong Sau, the other partner uses the 4 San Sau techniques to counter back.

Note: There are two ways of doing this exercise, one is doing with three continue flowing motions to develop the coordination of the hand motion, the other is following up with one motion to attack only after a blocking motion.)

  1. Tan (follow up with Pak-Da and Lop-Da)
  2. Pak (follow up with Lop-Da and Psk-Da)
  3. Bong (follow up with Lop-Da and Pak-Da)
  4. Wu (follow up with Pak-Da and Lop-Da)

Chi Sau

  1. Chi Dan Sau (basic single sticky hands)
  2. Chi-Sau ( double sticky hands motion)
  3. Ngoi Moon (inside gate)
  4. Hoi Moon (outside gate)
  5. Changing Position in Chi Sau (regular changing motion)

Lop Sau ( grabbing hand motion)

Leg Developments

Five Basic Stances

  1. Chor ma (turning stance)
  2. Seung Ma or Bue Ma (forwarding stance)
  3. Toi Ma or Sayi ma (deflecting stance)
  4. Bik ma or bik bo (chasing stance)
  5. Sip ma (3 angle stance)

Five Combination Stances

  1. Seung Gok ma (forward bracing)
  2. Toi Gok ma (backward bracing)
  3. Ngoi Chiu Ying ma ( inside facing)
  4. Hoi Chiu Ying ma (outside facing)
  5. Juen ma (180 degree turn)

Moving single man techniques (Combination of the stances and the 17 singles, 4 gates and the 8 double hand techniques)

Kicking

  1. Jing Dok Lop ma (front single leg)
  2. Wang Dok Lop ma (side single leg)
  3. Jing/Wang Tai Gurk (control front & side raising kick)
  4. Jing/Wang Dang Gurk (control nailing front & side kick)
  5. Gaan Gurk (5 Leg Blocks) Soo, Bong, Gaan, Pak Sut, Wu Sut
  6. Yin/Yang Rotation of Kicks (Front Kick up/ Down, Side Kick up/Down)
  7. Jing Gurk Jut Gurk
  8. Pak Gurk in Air
  9. Wu Gurk in Air
  10. Bong Gurk Chai Gurk
  11. Huen Jing Gurk
  12. Huen Wang Gurk
  13. Tiu Chai Gurk
  14. Tiu Tai Gurk

Theories

  1. The Tao of a Gung Fu man
  2. The qualifications of a Gung Fu man
  3. The rules of the Fong's Wing Chun Gung Fu Federation
  4. Know why and how to do yee gee kim yeung ma & pyramid stance
  5. Know history of Wing Chun
  6. Know greeting system of titles
  7. Know the principle behind the motions - how to do and why you do it
  8. Know internal/external structure of Wing Chun system
  9. Principles of Siu Lim Tau mental training
  10. Principles of Siu Lim Tau motions
  11. Know principle of flowing motion
  12. Know principle of combining techniques
  13. Know the 3 mother families tan/bong/fok and how to categorize techniques into them
  14. Know principle of technique and development
  15. Know principle of power and development
  16. Basic principle of street survival
CHUM KIU

Hand Forms

  1. Understand the applications and developments of each motion in Siu-Lim-Tau Form
  2. The second hand form in Wing Chun Chum Kiu (3 parts)
  3. Understand the applications and developments of each motion in Chum-Kiu Form

Hand Developments
Dan Chi Sau

  1. Basic 4 attacks
    • Regular
    • Inside Whip
    • Outside Whip
    • Outside Jut da
  2. Gor Dan Chi Sau (attacks in single sticky hands)

Chi Sau

  1. Poon Sau (outside and inside gate)
  2. Changing in Chi-Sau
  3. Leg Dim Ji Gok Chi Sau (light sticky hands)
  4. Look Sau (heavy sticky hands)
  5. Ngor Sau (moving sticky hands)
  6. Chi Sau Lop Sau
  7. Sin Wai Chi Sau (regaining the line)
  8. Gor Sau 4 attacks
    • Jing Jung Kuen (Straight Punch)
    • Jing Jeong ( Straight Palm )
    • Pak Da (Pushing Punch)
    • Lop Da (Grabbing punch)
  9. Gor Sau with flowing attacks
  10. Tan, Bong & Fok - 3 family blocks for each of 4 basic attacks in Chi Sau
    • To block a straight punch in Chi Sau: In Tan family with Tan, in Bong family with Bong, in Fok family with Por-Jung
    • To block a straight palm in Chi Sau: In Tan family with Jut, in Bong family with Jaam/Wu, in Fok family with Kau
    • To block a Pushing Punch in Chi Sau: In Tan family with Kwan, in Bong family with Bong, in Fok family with Por-Jung
    • To block a Grabbing Piunch in Chi Sau: In Tan family with Kwan, in Bong family with Bong,in Fok family with Lop/Pak

Lop Sau

  1. Four Basic Attacks (Bue, Pak, Soo (dai Jeong) and Gum)
  2. Gor Lop Sau with 4 basic attacks
  3. Ma Bo Lop San
  4. Chasing Faan Sau

Two hand block with 8 basic blocks

San Sau with kicks

20 hand blocking motions development

  1. 20 hand motions with the balance of both hands structure
  2. 20 hand motions with the stances
  3. 20 hand motions with the hand rotation
  4. 20 hand motions with partner
  5. 20 hand motions with hand rotation with partner
  6. 20 hand motions to the dummy
  7. 20 hand motions with hand rotation to the dummy
  8. 20 hand motions with rotation of punches to the dummy
  9. 20 hand motions with the direction of the hand flow
  10. 20 hand motions with the direction of the hand flow with rotation

Man Sau (asking hands)(all motions apply with half beat only)

  1. Pak Da
  2. Double Pak Da
  3. Pak-Lop-Da
  4. Tan-Pak-Da

Double men exercises

  1. Using the 4 San Sau drills to form the exercises
  2. Using the 4 Lop Sau drills to form the exercises
  3. Using the 4 Man Sau drills to form the exercises

Slow sparring with Man Sau, Lop Sau and San Sau

Leg Developments

Ma Bo Jou Wai – Combining Stances

Wing Chun 8 Kicks

  1. Jing Gurk (Front Kick)
  2. Wang Gurk (Side Kick)
  3. Tiu Gurk (Instep Kick)
  4. Soo Gurk (Sweep Kick)
  5. Jut Gurk (Snapping Kick)
  6. Chai Gurk (Scrapping Kick)
  7. Dang Gurk (Nailing Kick)
  8. Deng Sut (Raising Knee)

Wing Chun 8 Kicks Principle

  1. Upward: Raising or Nailing
  2. Downward: Sweeping or Scrapping
  3. Circling: Left or right
  4. Jumping: Forward or Backward

Combination of Kicks

  1. Bue Sau Jing Gurk
  2. Fak Sau Wang Gurk
  3. Lop Sau Dai Jing Gurk
  4. Outside Kwan, Dai Wang Gurk

Theories

  1. Principle of Chum Kiu
  2. Principle and Theory of Line
  3. Principle and Theory of Timing
  4. Principle of Structure
  5. Principle of mental development: Emptiness, Quietness, Sinking and Softness
MOK YANG JONG

Hand Forms

  1. First half of the Wing Chun dummy form Mok Yang Jong (4 parts)
  2. Understand the applications and developments of each motion in Mok Yang Jong Form

Hand developments

Chi Sau

  1. Eight ways of flowing power in sticky hand
  2. Lut Sau Chi Sau- closing the gap
  3. Lay Wai Chi Sau - leaving the gap in sticky hands
  4. Hung Jai Chi Sau - controlling hands
  5. Joi Ying Chi Sau -chasing the shadow in gor sau

Four timing functions in lop sau in 4 basic attacks

  1. Bue
  2. Pak
  3. Soo
  4. Gum

Four timing functions in san sau in 4 basic attacks

  1. Tan
  2. Pak
  3. Bong
  4. Wu

Four timing functions in man sau in 4 basic attacks

  1. Pak Da
  2. Double Pak Da
  3. Tan Pak Da
  4. Pak Lop Da

Chi Sau

  1. Sitting Chi Sau
  2. Ground Chi Sau

Creation of flowing techniques

  1. Combination of all single and double men techniques
  2. Knowing the principles of creating a flowing technique

20 hand blocking motion developments

  1. 20 hand motions in Chi-Dan-Sau
  2. 20 hand motions in Lop-Sau with long version
  3. 20 hand motions in Chi-Sau with short version
  4. Flowing 20 single man techniques with stances with 3 move at a time or continually
  5. 20 single hand motion with takeover function development
  6. 20 single hand motion with slip-through function (short version)
  7. 20 single hand motion with Follow-Up Function
  8. Slow hand sparring With Pak-Da and Lop-Da, use the 20 hand motions to block based on structure and distance

Slow hand sparring with flowing techniques

Slow hand sparring with the hand triangle structure and the balloon function with the adjustment of the hand’s cutting edge to block

Leg developments

3 kicks on ground

  1. Day har jing gurk
  2. Day har wang gurk
  3. Day har tiu gurk

Chi dan gurk - single sticky legs

Chi seung gurk - double sticky legs

Sor gurk - leg trapping

Bei gurk - leg ducking

Blocking kicks in hand gate

Mui fa jong exercise - plum flower stances

Joi ying - follow the shadow with stances

Theories

  1. Principle of the 8 ways
  2. Principle of the 8 kinds of power
  3. Principle of dummy and pole
  4. Principle of plum flower
  5. Principle of creating techniques flow
BUE GEE

Hand Forms

  1. The Wing Chun Third hand form Bue Gee (2 parts)
  2. Understand the applications and developments of each motion in Bue-Gee Form
  3. Second half of Mok Yang Jong Form (4 parts)
  4. Understand the applications and developments of each motion of second half of the Mok Yang Jong Form

Weapon Forms

Demonstrate the Wing Chun 6 and half point pole form (Lok-Dim-Buen-Gwan)(left and right side)

Pole single man exercises

  1. Bue gwan
  2. Tiu taan gwan
  3. Huen bue gwan
  4. Lan bue gwan
  5. Gaan bue gwan
  6. Soo bue gwan
  7. Haan bue gwan
  8. Tan taan bue gwan
  9. Pak taan bue gwan
  10. Mix all the pole motion in your own way with stances and do it continually
  11. Chi Gwan (sticky pole)

Demonstrate the Wing Chun Butterfly Swords (Bat Jaam Do form) (8 section)

Bat Jaam Do single man exercises

  1. Mix all the Bat-Jaam-Do motions in your own way with stances and do it continually
  2. Pole vs. Sword exercises

Hand developments

Chi Sau

  1. Sam Yan Chi Dan Sau (single 3 man sticky hands)
  2. Sam Yan Chi Seung Chi Sau ( double 3 man sticky hands)
  3. Sam Yan Lop Sau

Toi Dit Chi Sau (take down chi sau)

Kum La Chi Sau ( joint locking chi sau)

Chi Sau Chi Gurk (sticky hands and legs)

Man Sau Chi Sau

Application of 8 kinds of Power in Chi Sau

Eight ways of each families

  1. Punch
  2. Palms
  3. Kicks
  4. Elbows
  5. Stances
  6. Methods
  7. Shapes
  8. Fingers
  9. Knees
  10. Legs
  11. Blocks
  12. Power
  13. Timing
  14. Hands of each family - tan, bong, fok

Ji Yau Bok Gek (free sparring with hands and legs)

Day Har Bok Gek (ground fighting)

Leg Developments

  1. Eight Kicks on the Dummy
  2. Refine Whole System

Theories

  1. Know How to Make Your Own Dummy
  2. Principle of Mok-Yang-Jomg
  3. Principle of Bue-Gee
  4. Principle of Lok-Dim-Buen-Gwan
  5. Principle of Bot-Jaam-Do
  6. Principle of Street Fighting
  7. Principles of Circle Lines
  8. Principles of Take down and Trapping
  9. Principles of 8 Kicks Application
  10. Principles of Ground Fighting
  11. 13 Principles of Wing Chun
CONTINUING EDUCATION
  1. Learn Healing of Injuries (dit dar healing)
  2. Learn School Operation
  3. Learn How to Organize and conduct Seminars
  4. Give Lectures on Wing Chun
  5. Practice spiritual development