Kwan Yin Palm - Cai Li Fo (Choy Li Fut) Kung Fu
von Hung Sing Martial Arts School
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Kwan Yin palm is unique because it has no footwork. It was devised as a self-defense training technique for people who are handicapped and unable to stand, or those who might be caught in a sitting position for self-defense purposes. There are 108 movements in kwan yin palm. All of the movements are hand techniques, with the majority being open-hand techniques. It is said that traditionally, Kwan Yin palm was used by the often-seated meditating monks of the Shaolin temple. Therefore, it was originally practiced with the stylist seated in a “lotus position.” The many open-palm techniques are intended to resemble the commonly seen Kwan Yin statue, with many arms outstretched in a variety of different positions. Kwan Yin palm has a traditional reputation of developing spiritual power, however, each hand movement can be a powerful defensive or offensive technique, with some being joint locking techniques and pressure point strikes. Kwan Yin palm is practiced slowly, like tai chi chuan. Choy Li Fut’s internal forms all come from the kong chow school, through the system’s founder’s son, Chan On Pak. Chan On Pak passed these almost secretive forms on to his student, Chan Yen, who taught his own student, Wong Gong. Wong Gong, now a resident of Hong Kong, taught only a few people, one being Choy Li Fut Grandmaster Doc-Fai Wong. Sifu Niel Willcott is a direct disciple of Grandmaster Wong. Sifu Willcott's teaches these forms at his head quarters in Norwich, UK. In this group of internal patterns there are four forms that may also be used as training for defense and one form designed primarily for health purposes. The four fighting forms are Kwan Yin Palm, Lohan Fok Fu Kuen, Fut Jeung Kuen, and Sieh Ying Kuen. http://www.hungsing.co.uk 07411144446
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