Southern& northern shao lin forms
Li family fist (li gar
red fist (hong chuan)
White eyebrow (bok mei
chuan) Southern Shaolin
fast strike( tuan da
pa chuan (canon
Hua Mountain long fist
Southern Shaolin Wu Xing Chuan (five animal boxing) & 6 harmony
crane- beginner to master level sets. Crane balances hard
and soft movements. Master level crane incorporates body vibrating and
iron bone shattering palm techniques and secret Taoist wave palms.
tiger- beginner to master level sets. Tiger
utilizes strength and power, focusing on chi na techniques that damage muscle,
bone and sinews. Master level tiger incorporates golden bell iron body and
iron sand palm.
snake- beginner to master level sets. Snake uses
fluidity, flexibility, and angled attacks. Master level snake emphasizes
body vibrating techniques, iron wired fingers, fire and water palms. Snake
really focuses upon vital area and pressure point striking.
leopard- beginner to master level sets. Leopard
utilizes quick rolling attacks that balance speed, power and agility.
Advanced leopard utilizes body vibrating, iron hand and advanced pressure point
dragon- beginner to master level sets. Dragon
emphasizes on combining all five elements, animals and fighting methods into a
single fighting style. Master level dragon utilizes body vibrating,
iron bone shattering palms, and burning palms techniques.
Wu Xing Wu Fa Chuan- the five-animal, five-method
boxing. Highly advanced master level set combining all five animals and is
considered to be one of the highest external forms of the Cheung Family Wu Xing
Chuan System. The five methods refer to a harmony of the five animals, the
five elements, the five harmony Taoist palms (shaking, iron bone shattering,
burning, wave and fire and water palms.)
Wu Xing Ba Fa Chuan- the five-animal, eight-method
boxing. Intermediate set combining all five animals created by Wu Xing
Chuan founder Li Sou.
preying mantis - 1st seven star preying mantis/2nd s. star preying
mantis/Shao lin mantis
drunken boxing monkey fist
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