Ving Tsun Forms
Siu Nim Tao
Students will learn Ving Tsun’s first form, Siu Nim Tao, which translates into “little beginning” or “little idea.”
After completion of the Siu Nim Tao module, students are eligible to learn Chum Kiu. Chum Kiu translates to “Seeking or Searching the Bridge.”
Biu Je, which translates to “thrusting fingers”, is the third form in the Ving Tsun System. The form teaches the student to return to center as quickly as possible.
Muk Yan Jong
The Muk Yan Jong, “wooden man dummy”, is a training device utilized to develop further develop the martial attributes. Divided into 108 movements, the Muk Yan Jong is the final empty hand form of the Ving Tsun system.
Luk Dim Poon Kwan (6 1/2 Point Pole)
Measuring 8 or 9 feet in length, the pole is used to develop explosive power in the Ving Tsun punch. The student will have trained for at least 6 months in the low horse “Battle Punching” exercise prior to learning the form.
Baat Chom Doh (8 Direction Slashing Knives)
This is the final stage of formal training in the system and it incorporates the short range weapon of the Ving Tsun system. Traditionally, this form is given to the student who has demonstrated high levels of service to the school, Ving Tsun and the Kung Fu family as a gift from the Sifu.