Moy Yat – Wooden Dummy
Moy Yat – Wooden Dummy
Salepage: Moy Yat – Wooden Dummy
Moy Yat was one of the few disciples of Grandmaster Yip Man who actually completed the entire Wing Chun system under his Sifu.
This DVD includes rare footage of the late grandmaster Moy Yat explaining the concepts, techniques and proper movements of the Yip Man Muk Jong Form.
Grandmaster Moy Yat begins the lesson by giving a concise explanation of how to properly play the form and the proper techniques and positioning behind each movement.
This is rare footage that every Wing Chun practitioner must have in their collection. This video is the first of its kind that captures the authentic teaching of late grandmaster Moy Yat.
This footage comes from a 1st generation VHS tape. It is the best quality available. Please view the sample and try to take it for what it is worth. This rare footage of the Grandmaster Moy Yat could be very valuable to you.
Running Time: 38 minutes
Resolution: 640×480 (original VHS is roughly equivalent to 333×480 pixels)
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Medicine has been around for thousands of years, during most of which it was an art (an area of skill and knowledge) frequently having connections to the religious and
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