Style Versus General

Style vs General

Forms are stylistic in that they represent the concepts connected with a style. However, within that we need to think of the movements in a loose, general way. Any given movement within a form may represent a host possibilities – the form is generalized.

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Correcting Huen Sau

Correcting Huen Sau

Huen Sau translates as ‘Circling, Controlling Hand’. We often focus on the circling part, especially when working forms like Siu Nim Tao. The hand should not actually draw a circle. It should trace a shape more like a U – down, under, and up. When thinking about a circle, or…

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