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Samuel Kwok - Mastering Wing Chun - Ip Man's Kung Fu Vol 9-11 (3 Video Set) - Advanced Siu Lim Tao, Chum Kiu, Bil Gee

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Sifu Kwok teaches the advanced levels of the first 3 Wing Chun empty hand forms. Learn More >>
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Samuel Kwok - Mastering Wing Chun - Ip Man's Kung Fu Vol 9-11 (3 DVD Set) - Advanced Siu Lim Tao, Chum Kiu, Bil Gee

This special 3 Disk set contains the advanced teachings of Siu Lim Tao, Chum Kiu, and Bil Gee. You are saving 10% when you buy all three together!

1. Advanced Siu Lim Tao - (Little Idea) Form and Application. 59 mins
2. Advanced Chum Kiu - (Seeking the Bridge) Form and Application. 29 mins
3. Advanced Biu Gee - (Thrusting Fingers) Form and Application. 37 mins

Vol-9 ADVANCED Sil Lim Tau
by Sifu Samuel Kwok

Sil Lim Tau, sometimes referred to as Siu Nim Tao, is the first of the hand forms of Wing Chun Kung Fu. It teaches the student the basics of the martial art. The form has been adapted and changed over the last few hundred years, but it is thought that the form was inspired by movements from both crane style kung fu and snake style kung fu. The form has evolved differently as styles of Wing Chun diverged.

The snake element can be seen more in Yuen Kay San Wing Chun in Foshan, China, than it can in Ip Man's Wing Chun which was reordered by Ip Man and his predecessors in Foshan and later in Hong Kong. In this video Grandmaster Samuel Kwok teaches the detailed advanced method of performing the form as handed down by Ip Man.

Vol-10 ADVANCED Chum Kiu
by Sifu Samuel Kwok

In this video Grandmaster Samuel Kwok teaches advanced lessons on the form as handed down by Ip Man. The first section of Chum Kiu teaches how to use turning and techniques at the same time, for example the Bong Sau and Wu Sau are performed whist turning and shifting the body weight from one leg to the other. This is teaching the practitioner to use the hips to develop power or Yiu Ma as it's called in Cantonese. The first section also introduces two way energy as seen when the Lan Sau arm Laps back and a straight punch is delivered. This enables the practitioner to deliver more devastating blows with relative ease as the Laping arm is enabling the transfer of power across the body as the force can flow as one motion without interruption, with the addition of pulling your opponent off balance, the target will also be moving into the punch and so additional damage will be caused. The key to doing this is to learn how to use all the muscles in your body in a short sequence ie. your hips and legs turn and start generating some power, which is then carried on my the shoulders and finally the arm. If you miss time this, you end up just striking with your arm and not using the power of your whole body. The only way to develop this skill is through practice. Chum Kiu is a vitally important way to practice synchronizing the body's movements to work as one unit.

Vol-11 ADVANCED Biu Gee
by Sifu Samuel Kwok

In this video Grandmaster Samuel Kwok teaches advanced lessons on the form as handed down by Ip Man. Biu Gee (thrusting/darting fingers) is sometimes also referred to as Biu Tse, Biu Jee or even Bil Gee. The different ways to spell it, arise because it is hard to Romanise (put into Latin or western letters) Cantonese speech. Despite the different spellings the pronunciation in Cantonese is the same. Biu Gee is the third and final hand form of the Wing Chun Kung Fu system and was traditionally only taught to close or trusted Wing Chun students. Usually students who had been training for a longer period of time. As a result, the Biu Gee form will vary most between lineages, even within Ip Man linage, the final form is different between different instructors.

Grandmaster Samuel Kwok has been studying Wing Chun since 1967. After moving to the UK in 1972, he studied under Lee Sing. After returning to Hong Kong, Kwok began intensive private study with Grandmaster Ip Chun. He was awarded Master Status in 1981 and represented Ip Chun for many years. Grandmaster Kwok was the first to bring Ip Chun and Ip Ching from Hong Kong, and introduce their teaching to the U.K. Europe, Germany, Australia, Denmark, and the U.S. In 1994, Grandmaster Kwok returned to study with Grandmaster Ip Ching. He is the senior representative of the Ip Man / Ip Chun / Ip Ching lineage in the U.K. and U.S., with certified instructors around the world.
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