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Sil Lim Tao Form

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting! Sil Lim Tao form performed by Aidan Wong in support of the Leukemia Foundation and participated in the World’s Greatest Shave.  

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Tao Zen Wing Chun Workshop at Port Macquarie

A Sticky Hand workshop was held at Port Macquarie on the 21 October.  The workshop introduced the deeper aspect of Tao Zen Wing Chun based on Tai Chi, Tao and Zen philosophies at the practical level. ‘Gaining insight into how … Continue reading

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Wooden Dummy Principles

Whilst some practitioners use wooden dummy as a form of toughening tool, we use it to train the 4P’s which constitute the principles of wooden dummy described in the articles published in the Blitz magazine, Vol. 10 No. 9. Continue reading

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Free Flow Sticking Hands

Sticking Hands in a free flow manner enables practitioners to automate their responses based on all the internal principles. The more controlled and relaxed the sticking hands, the better the flow of internal power.

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Attack is defence and defence is attack

When somebody is going through a difficult patch in life, a friendly word of advice often goes like, “we win some and we lose win”.  It does seem to soothe the rough patch somehow.  We know that there is no … Continue reading

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The Importance of Alignment

Alignment is the positioning of the arms, body and feet so that they are aligned to transfer force to and from the ground. The joints of all limbs are only gently held into position to prop up the whole body … Continue reading

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Self Defense – Tao Zen Win Chun

Get close range combative skills without tough physical workouts. Use the internal power of the mind and chi to execute lightning speed and powerful moves! “They laughed when I said I could punch without tensing the muscles and clenching the … Continue reading

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