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Tao of White Brow (Bak Mei) Kung fu白眉功夫之道  

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Bak Mei (White Brow) Kung Fu originated from Southern China in the time of the Qing Dynasty (1644-1912).   Bak Mei, the Taoist priest, one of the five elders that survived the destruction of the Shaolin temple was the creator of this style, hence the styles namesake.  Sequentially the Taoist Bak Mei passed on his skills to Kwong Wai Chin (Buddhist Abbot), in turn was passed to Chuk Fat Wan (Buddhist monk), and then to Cheung Lai Chuen. It was at this time that this Kung Fu style was brought outside of the temples and was opened to the outside world.  Many years passed as Bak Mei Kung Fu grew and flourished. It spread to Hong Kong, Macao, South East Asia, North America, and other parts of the world.  
The first and foremost aspect of Bak Mei Kung Fu as with most martial arts is the stance. A good stance provides a base in which to launch offensive and/or defensive actions, as well as assisting to decrease your body area exposed. The stance also maintains balance and lowers your center of gravity.
Bak Mei Kung Fu has two main stances. The first type is a forward facing "triangle" stance (gee-ng-mah) with the feet staggered from one another and toes pointed inward. The lead foot in angled slightly with the knees bent parallel with the toes of the foot. The rear foot is approximately 1.5' in behind the forward foot.
The second type is the side facing "clamped" stance (kim-yeung-mah). The knees and feet are angled inward and keeping in line the hips, knees and feet. This stance is similar to that of Wing-Chun Kung Fu.  Both types of stances are very compact and rooted.
Bak Mei Kung Fu footwork is based on the Tiger, the movement techniques are step charging and shuffling.  When rushing forward, the rear foot moves first followed by the lead foot.  When retreating, the initial movement is the lead foot sliding back then followed by the other.  Regardless of which approach is used; pressuring the opponent is an integral component which makes Bak Mei so aggressive.
Offensive and defensive techniques are used simultaneously and can be followed up by waves of combinations.  These techniques follow the four principles: Float (Fou), Sink (Chum), Swallow (Tun), and Spit (Tou).
Offensive techniques are: Phoenix Eye Fist (single knuckle or double knuckle protruding), Open Palm - including finger jabs, Tiger claw - used for seizing/grappling (Kum-La), Knees, and a variety of kicks which are mostly kept low for the surprise element.
Defensive techniques are: slapping, sinking, gripping, and joint locking. The hands must remain loose and compact, the elbows should be pointing downward, and shoulders are relaxed and rounded forward. The body must also be relaxed and have a spring or elastic type of explosive intent.
Bak Mei Power (Ging) is also an important element.  The main power of Bak Mei is scared or shock power.  Imagine being burned by a flame and the sudden violent body reaction that follows.  This type of intent can be harness and used in combat and is achieved by taking the breath, holding it down in the abdomen/core (dan tien), and exploding out when required.
Furthermore with constant and consistent training will create quick and nimble strikes.  Strengthen the body aids to keep health, increase endurance and patience.  Through this progression, will and determination will rise, the heart and wisdom grows, allowing a person to be in excellent physical and mental condition.  In our system of Bak Mei Kung Fu, 6th generation Grandmaster Liu Shao Quan has amalgamated his past experiences and a select few techniques and applications from some of his other styles to benefit the art further, and hence our school name of Bak Mei Hap Ging Do (White Brow Combined Power Way).  Welcome to Bak Mei…
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