• Twirling Wings - Rear stiff two-hand neck or shoulder grab.

  • Snapping Twigs - Front left hand chest push.

  • Leaping Crane - Front right step through punch.

  • Buckling Branch - Front left step through straight kick.

  • Crushing Hammer - Rear bear hug - arms pinned.

  • Captured Leaves - Right flank finger lock.

  • Calming the Storm - Front right step through roundhouse club.

  • Crossing Talon - Front right cross wrist grab.

  • Reversing Mace - Front left step through straight punch.

  • Thrusting Prongs - Front bear hug - arms pinned.

  • Locked Wing - Rear hammer lock.

  • Obscure Wing - Right flank left hand shoulder grab.

  • Raining Claw - Front right uppercut punch.

  • Spiraling Twig - Rear bear hug - arms free.

  • Twisted Twig - Front wrist lock.

  • Obscure Sword - Right flank left hand shoulder grab.


Stance Set 1 - Twenty-two moves. Basic Stances: Attention Stance, Horse Stance, Neutral Bow, 45 Degree Cat Stance, Reverse Bow, Forward Bow, Front Twist, Front Rotating Twist. Basic Foot Maneuvers: Step Through (Forward, Reverse), In-Place Stance Changes (Pivoting, Switching), Step (away from your body: Out, Back), Drag (toward your body).

Coordination Set 1 - Contains moves that are singular in motion but dual in purpose. Stances: Training Horse, Cat Stance, Neutral Bow, Forward Bow. Blocks: Vertical Outward, Inward Block.


Short Two - Sigo Parker. Eighteen moves, star pattern. Combinations, new angles 45 degree, new stances closed cat, wide kneel, reverse bow.

Jiu Jitsu Techniques:

  • Reversals: Side to Opposite Side; Side to Guard 1, 2.

  • Rollovers: 1, 2.

  • Passing the Guard Standing Up: 1, 2, 3, 4.

  • Scissor Legs Standing Up: 1, 2, 3, 4.

  • Arm Bars: From Guard 1, 2, 3; Mount 1, 2, 3.


Hand Basics

Parries: Inside Outside High, 

Inside Outside Low

Elbows: Inside Outside, Obscure, 

Upward Downward

Kick Basics


Spinning Hook

Jump Snap

Chicken Kick

Chicken Wheel

Three Way Kick

Lock Flows 5, 6, 7, 8 - Lock flows teach a student how to apply the basic 10 submission holds. They come from the art known as Shaolin Chin Na, which means to restrain or hold. Chin Na targets the body in four categories: muscle, tendon, bone, and artery. There are four holds on each chart.