Yee Jee Kim Yueng Ma - The Wing Chun Stance

Siu Nim Tau Stance

  • Pull in the chest, push out the upper back, and bring in the tail bone.
  • Fill the Tan Tien with chi and distribute the strength to all parts of the body.
  • Point the knees and toes inward.
  • Form a pyramid with the center of gravity in the center.
  • Fists are placed by the side of the ribs but not touching the body.
  • Sink the elbows, the shoulders, and the waist.
  • Hold the head and neck straight and keep the spirit alert.
  • Eyes are level, looking straight ahead, and watching all directions.
  • The mind is free of distractions and the mood is bright.
  • There is no fear when facing the opponent.
  • Yee Jee Kim Yeung Ma is the main stance.
  • Develop a good foundation for advanced techniques.

Moy Yat, Kwong Chi-Nam, and Moy Wo Tin. "Maxims of Wing Chun - Wing Chun Kuen Kuit." The Wing Chun Archive. Web. 01 July 2011. < kuit.htm>.

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