Dec 22, 2011

Advanced Pak Mei: The Nine Step Push

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In this clip Sifu Ringo Lo demonstrates an advanced Pak Mei (Bak Mei or  Bai Mei or White Eyebrows) form kown as Gau Bo Toi (9 Push Step). The theory of Pak Mei goes by numbers such Three Shapes, Four Dynamics, Five Elements etc. Click here to read more.

[The video is located at the bottom of this page.]

San Xing (3 Shapes)
  • Yuan (Round)
  • Bian (Flat)
  • Zhi (Straight)
Si Biao (4 Dynamics)
  • Tun (Swallow)
  • Tu (Spit)
  • Fou (Float)
  • Chun(Chun)
Wu Xing (5 Elements)
  • Gang (Hard)
  • Rou (Soft)
  • Qing (Light)
  • Zhong (Heavy)
  • Xun (rapid)
Liu Jin (6 Energy Powers)
  • Zhi (Straight)
  • Suo (Pull)
  • Sheng (Ascend)
  • Chen (Sink)
  • Xuan (Wirl)
  • Gu (Splatter)
Liu Bu (6 Parts Powers)
  • Tou (Head)
  • Jing (Neck)
  • Bei (Back)
  • Yao (Waist)
  • Shou (Hands)
  • Jiao (Legs)
Ba Xiang (8 Directions)
  • Shang (upward)
  • Xia (downward)
  • Li (inward)
  • Wai outward)
  • Zhuan (twist)
  • Fan (turn)
  • Jin (enter)
  • Tui( exit)
Ba Shi (8 Postures)
  • Bian (Whip)
  • Ce (Cut off)
  • Wan (Clear out)
  • Zhuang (Smash Through)
  • Dan (Spring out)
  • Suo (Pull in)
  • Pan (Swipe out)
  • Chong (Rush out)
Ba Gong (8 Skills):
  • Shen (Spirit)
  • Yi (Intention)
  • Qi (Vital Energy)
  • Jin (Power)
  • Xing (Shape)
  • Yuan (circle)
  • Tong (Connect)
  • Jing (Calmness)
Source: Taiping Institute


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