Build a strong foundation by learning the basics and the basic empty hand sets for the system including Salute, Small Cross, Butterfly, Blackbird, Combination, and Palm.
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Ng Ga Kuen Basics
Learn the basics of the Five Family System along with the history and characteristics of the system. Learn Stances, Hand Techniques, Blocks, Strikes, Kicks, How to Walk with the Stances, How to combine the Hand Techniques with the Walking, and How to Put it All Together to make a Free Form Drill.
Ng Ga Kuen Salute Act
The first form of the system and also the formal salute for the rest of the basic forms. It builds a solid foundation and includes strikes, blocks, joint locks and throws.
Ng Ga Kuen First Exercise Form
Not a traditional Form of the system. This form was created by Grandmaster Ark Wong’s Grandson, Se Ming Ma. It provides a short sequence of movements that a student can easily learn and practice.
Ng Ga Kuen Small Cross Act
This form develops and solidifies the student’s basics. Developing powerful punches, blocks, and applications. It also introduces an elbow technique and the butterfly palms.
Ng Ga Kuen Butterfly Act
This form further emphasizes strong blocks, punches, and further develops the circular palm movements. It also introduces a sweep along with some movements of the Crane and the Tiger.
Ng Ga Kuen Blackbird Act
Many of the movements mimic the Black Bird flapping its wings. These movements work to condition the body, develop power, and introduce the more flowing and circular types of movements that will come later in the system.
Ng Ga Kuen Combination Act
This form combines powerful punches and blocks with the movements of the Tiger, Crane, and Dragon.
Ng Ga Kuen Palm Act
This form emphasizes attacking with the open hand such as slapping and hand cutting techniques.