Ving Tsun Kuen has 3 basic patterns:
- Siu Nim Tao (little vision)
- Cham Kiu (seeking bridge)
- Biu Chee (pointing finger)
When commencing the study of Ving Tsun Kuen, beginners may initially find the basic patterns simple. However after practising for some times, they often find difficulties to co-ordinate the movements. The reason is Ving Tsun Kuen requires a lot of co-ordination of both hands with our waist and stance to create a series of attack and defence movements.
For example, the position of left and right hands, the turning of waist and the alteration of stance will make a big difference to the whole attack and defence action. Such variations do make some students confuse and may lose the direction. In general, this happens due to the lack of basic training in the foundations theory of Ving Tsun Kuen.
This website will pin point those difficulties and problems during practice, and then discuss and resolve these problems step by step. Let's start from the basic hand movement.