Contact for queries :

This course breaks down the Internal development and Training of SNT the first form in Wing Chun. As a practitioner of Chinese Medicine, Alan Orr teaches a clear path to development and explains all you need to know to develop your skill.
From Bio Mechanics, Muscles Dynamics, Muscles Energy, The role of Muscle Fascia, The correct understanding of Chinese Medicine in terms of Channels and Qi Development and much more.

Enter full description of the course.

Course Curriculum

What is SNT 00:00:00
The difference in WC internal development to standard Qi Gong 00:00:00
Opening Yin and Active Yang 00:00:00
Micro Movement the Snake 00:00:00
SNT Breathing and Channels 00:00:00
SNT Deeper Muscle and Fascia Understanding 00:00:00
Opening the Forms 00:00:00
SNT First Section Introduction 00:00:00
SNT First Section Structures 00:00:00
SNT Internal Process 00:00:00
SNT Second section Breathing 00:00:00
SNT Second Section energy review 00:00:00
SNT Second Section review of Energy within each movement 00:00:00
Bong Sao Energy 00:00:00
SNT Thrid Section Energy Review 00:00:00
SNT Third Section Body power 00:00:00
SNT Third Section punching explained 00:00:00
SNT Form Micro Movement Development 00:00:00
SNT How long to practice the Form 00:00:00
Internal Breathing Review 00:00:00

Course Reviews

5

5
2 ratings
  • 5 stars2
  • 4 stars0
  • 3 stars0
  • 2 stars0
  • 1 stars0
  1. Deepening our SNT practice

    5

    With these lessons Sifu Alan Orr shows us how SNT is the genuine gateway to a health promoting and combat efficient system of WCK.

    Sifu Alan Orr really does give us the keys to that gate, inviting us to make our SNT practice truly worthy of our time, effort and truly worthy for the Wing Chun Kuen system.

  2. SNT beyond comparison

    5

    In this unique course Sifu Alan Orr explains the internal aspects of SNT in such level of depth and detail, not seen before.

TAKE THIS COURSE
  • Price Options +
  • Number of Units20
  • UNLIMITED ACCESS

Instructors

23 STUDENTS ENROLLED

Search for a course

Site by: SmythSys
X