Hello, welcome to another SBA Wing Chun channel video. And in this video we gonna deal with details Of another Wing Chun form that is the Siu Nim Tau. For the beginning student it is very common to want to learn that which is ahead, which is already there by the end of the system because they think that what’s ahead is more important than what was in the beginning. But this is not quite true. For example, the first form in most of Wing Chun’s methods is the Siu Nim Tau. The Siu Nim Tau is the basis of all Kung Fu. You must begin and end by the Siu Nim Tau. And taking into account that the Siu Nim Tau is the basis, is the foundation. Everything in Siu Nim Tau matters, okay. The Siu Nim Tau is the moment when the Wing Chun practitioner will know the entire Wing Chun’s arsenal. Both for defense or attack. In the forms to come… Cham Kiu, Biu Ji and the others, all you will learn is to reconfigure what you learned in Siu Nim Tau to use in relation to displacement in relation to time and space, as in the case of Cham Kiu, and reconfigure for use of uecovery of the structure itself, of your own mechanics, as in the case of Biu Ji. But any arsenal, whether technical, mechanical, or structure, you will find it in Siu Nim Tau. And speaking of mechanical arsenal or technical arsenal, the Siu Nim Tau presents all this information. So you need to understand the basics of the form in a very deep way so that the forms coming next, such as Cham Kiu, Biu Ji, etc, can also be developed with deep proficiency, okay. So in this video we’ll use three moves or three mechanics of Siu Nim Tau to demonstrate the applicability in a situation of self defense or fight, okay. And these three mechanics are in the second section of the Siu Nim Tau. They are… this movement… this movement… okay. When we are training the exercises that correspond to the Siu Nim Tau level we train an exercise that is part of the Kiu Sau group, whose exercise name is Pak Sau. and Pak Sau bisides being an exercise group it is also a technique. As a technique, it used in a self-defense situation and fighting, Pak Sau is when we use the open hand to hit, covering the center, hit the opponent’s arm while covering the center, and then we used Jung Cheui to occupy the center in the replacement and thus to attack the opponent. So this is a Pak Sau. The Siu Nim Tau, the second section of Siu Nim Tau, already gives us this information on how to apply Pak Sau. The Pak Sau is found in Siu Nim Tau at this moment, when the arms, In the second section, when the arms are this way… and they… return to the center. So this one movement indicates Pak Sau, this movement indicates Pak Sau. The Pak Sau returns and the hand advances. That’s Pak Sau. So when you have this information, you realize how deep is Siu Nim Tau and even a movement that at first it may not seem martial, may not present a martial sense, that is, an application for fighting… Keep in mind that this is not so. Wing Chun was created in the past, by the warrior monks and anti-Qing revolutionaries, to be an martial art… that… was… that all its mechanisms were disguised, that is, it is necessary that someone who already understand about art to transmit it to somebody else, otherwise, just by observation, you will not learn Wing Chun. OK. The same is true the first time you are performing Siu Nim Tau and your hands … do this move, then this move, and this moment. What interests to our video is this one movement… This movement also generates a range of possibilities, like… Lap Da… that normally the Lap Da is done through Kwan Sau, Wu Sau or Taan Sau and Lad Da. Besides giving a possibility of using elbows… Ok, so, together with a Lap… Lap Da… Lap Da with the elbow. OK. Again we realize that it is not because A movement seems to be very simple or Seems to have no martial look that it in fact will not have martial sense. OK. And another movement of the Siu Nim Tau, at the second section which also apparently may not present a martial sense or may present a misinterpretation layman of its application, thst is this movement… once you return… this move… ok … So starting here… then back and moves forward. This movement indicates application of Jat – Biu, okay. So the application… obviously you do with both arms but in the application you will not do with one of the arms, in the application is… OK. So, always the hand… will be occupying the two defense lines, bridge and gate… and when you look to the application done and connects it with Wing Chun, you will realize that, again the movement is simple, but inside, implicitly, there is a martial sense that often is necessary that you Learn from a person who knows, somebody already initiated in the art so that you can receive the concrete information and does not create nonsensical application for a technique, okay. Siu Nim Tau is the foundation of… Wing Chun. The whole technical arsenal, The whole conceptual arsenal, The whole philosophical arsenal, It will be included in the Siu Nim Tau. It’s not because you supposedly Does not move the foot, does not change a posture in Siu Nim Tau that this going to indicate that the Siu Nim Tau is a form, a Wing Chun Kuen Tou simple. No. All the forms, All Wing Chun’s Kuen Tou have a Very large depth. Wing Chun is one of martial arts, ti not the martial art That exists in more depth within the Chinese martial art tradition. OK. So these were simple demonstrations possibilities of how to apply these mechanical components of the Siu Nim Tau, through Pak Da… Pak Da… Lap Da… and Jat Da… I hope… it’s simple, nothing flashy. I hope you have enjoyed it, if you enjoyed hit like, enjoy our channel, share us on facebook and subscribe. Fore will always be uploading new videos featuring Wing Chun in details and also videos about the series Applying Wing Chun. Thanks.