Mok Yahn Johng Faat (Wooden Man)

Mok Yahn Johng Faat (Wooden man)


Mok Yahn Johng Faat - (wooden dummy)

Mok Yahn Johng Faat - (wooden dummy)

The complete Mok Yahn Johng Faat, translated as 'wooden man (dummy) set', is taught as part of The Wing Chun School Curriculum. Each section is explained with detail and each practical application. The link from the three forms are emphasised, i.e the movement from the Mok Yahn Johng Faat must be found in the Saam Tou Kuen - 'Three Forms' of the Wing Chun system, and done with the correct energy, timing and sticking force.

When learning this very important apparatus, attention to detail again is the order of the day to produce quality results. Therefore, whilst learning each movement, complete understanding of what the student is doing is vital, even if it is just one movement, only then can there be any benefit to using this tool of Wing Chun. Whilst studying Mok Yahn Johng Faat, the student is heavily supervised, so a high standard is maintained before moving on to the next section.

Sifu Garry McKenzie Demonstrates Mok Yahn Johng

Sifu Garry McKenzie Demonstrates Mok Yahn Johng

Sifu Garry McKenzie Demonstrates Mok Yahn Johng

Sifu Garry McKenzie Demonstrates Mok Yahn Johng

Sifu Garry McKenzie Demonstrates Mok Yahn Johng

Sifu Garry McKenzie Demonstrates Mok Yahn Johng

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