Wing Chun doesn't really have a name for a two man fighting, what they have is the Chi Sao drills, for striking, trapping and warding off, but that does not mean you can not apply it to Wing Chun ... even Siu Nim Tao! Other Martial Styles employ these hands as does Wing Chun such as White Crane and Pangainoon or even in Karate Styles such as Goju-Ryu, Uechi and others. As the Wing Chun was derived from the White Crane of Shaolin, we then must dig deeper into that art to find the core realities. Now how can this stationary, slow Martial Form, be transposed into a dynamic Kyusho Tegumi or fighting drill? The incorporation of the contractive and or compressive applications within the hands, arms, legs and body postures, can instantly double the Wing Chun practitioners arsenal. With the addition of Kyusho (attacking the inner vulnerable human anatomical targets), you have a complete fighting style (Striking, Kicking, Trapping, Grappling), that has greater range, scope, efficiency and affect. 75 min.
- Languages included in DVD: English, Español, Italiano, Français
Kyusho & Tegumi in Wing Chun Siu Nim Tao DVD by Evan Pantazi
This is one of the best of Mr. Pantazi's DVDs on Kyusho Jiutsu. I have attended several of his seminars and have all of his Kyusho DVDs. This one demonstrates a very polished instruction by Mr. Pantazi and the material is both newly released and very effective. If you are a follower of Mr. Pantazi and Kyusho Jiutsu, you will definitely enjoy this DVD.