ADULT TEACHING AND GRADING SYLLABUS

The Qi China Adult Grading Syllabus is taught over a period of five years and consists of nine grades.

Grading is on an individual basis through assessment of a students’ experience assessed by the instructor, attained in each appropriate discipline at six-monthly intervals: 1st of March and 1st of September.

 

FORMS INCLUDE:

  • Sanchien - Tension Form.
  • Zee Chap Koon - Twenty Punches Fist Form.
  • T’eo Chiat - Palm Thrust Form.
  • Choe Chien - Left Fist Form.
  • Kai-San Tien - ‘Open the Mountain Form (A Shaolin Monastery Initiation Form)’

EXAMPLE DESCRIPTION OF A SYLLABUS FORM:

SANCHIEN –TENSION FORM
Sanchien which translates as ‘Three Battles’ or conflicts, refers to the unification of the Mind, Body, and Spirit. The Sanchien is the foundation form of the entire Wuzuquan system.

Its movements may appear uncomplicated; do not be deceived. Within the framework of this form are the fundamental movements upon which the nucleus of all Wuzu techniques are derived. Within its movements are included the first eight principles that govern the system:

  • Absorb
  • Float
  • Sink
  • Release
  • Turn
  • Evade
  • Disable
  • Emptiness
Master Chee and Alan demonstrating Ngo Chor fighting technique - click to enlarge