Stances and Kicking
Article by Dan Knight added on 1 Aug 2012. Last updated on 1 Aug 2012.
Information on Wing Chun's Footwork, Stances and Kicking
The articles in this section of the website explore the various types of footwork, stances and kicking techniques in the martial art of Wing Chun.
Sub categories for Stances and Kicking
The Wing Chun Kick
Some thoughts on the Wing Chun kick including the basics of front kicks and side kicks and why they are important to this style of Kung Fu.
The Wing Chun Stance
Wing Chun Sil Lim Tao stance is called Gee Kim Yeung Ma and comes from the first form of Wing Chun Kung Fu.
Biu Ma Stepping
Biu Ma is the name of the standard Wing Chun footwork and means thrusting / forwards stance. It is developed in the second form Chum kiu.
Huen Ma Circle Stepping
Huen Ma is the name of the Wing Chun footwork from the third form Biu Gee and means circle stance. Hune Ma helps change direction quickly and safely.