Chi Sau trainig is integral to the overall proficiency in martial arts.
Wuzuquan has this in their syllabus, as well as other styles,
most notably Wing Chun. Learn how to counter other chi sau stylists and expose their
Double-hand Chi Sau
This involves two practioners contacting with both hands rolling,
moving, turning, grabbing and/or changing, with the sole objective
of gaining an upper hand to neutralise or defeat each other. Learn how to sense and anticipate
your opponent movements or intentions
Single-hand Chi Sau
This involves only one hand against each other, either both using same-sided or cross-hand.
Learn the intricacy of sensing and changes in hand positioning and exposing your opponent's
Push hand - Tui Sau
This involves two practitioners contacting with both hands or either hand, depending
on pre-stated rules. The objective is to take control of the other party by either pushing,
pulling, grabbing or floating. Learn to apply the intricate techniques against tai chi pushing
Chi Sau or Push hand - Tui Sau
As both discipline involves touching or feeling each other, chi sau and push hands
are practically the same, even if their objectives are different.
Chin Na - Seizing, Grabbing & Locking Techniques
This is an integral art of Wuzuquan (Five Ancestors) and involves techniques to neutralise, incapacitate and control the opponent by wrist or arm locking or a take-down.