Wing Chun Technique - Biu Sau (Thrusting Fingers)

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Wing Chun Technique - Biu Sau (Thrusting Fingers)

This section examines the Wing Chun technique known as Biu Sau (Biu Sao). It is also known as Thrusting Hand, Thrusting Fingers, Darting Hand, etc. This Wing Chun technique can be used as a block or as a finger strike to the eyes and throat.

According to the Samuel Kwok Wing Chun Association, "Biu Sau can be used to hit soft spots on your opponent including the eyes and neck. Some people also apply it to Chinese pressure points on the chest. However you should be cautious of using it as a strike if you have not conditioned your fingers as they may break".

For other techniques, please visit the main Wing Chun Techniques section.

Technique Instructions

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Instructional Videos for Wing Chun Biu Sau

Reference Sources

  1. Samuel Kwok Wing Chun Association, Biu Sau, http://www.kwokwingchun.com/training-tips/techniques-glossary/biu-sau/, Added - 03/23/15
  2. Progressive Wing Chun, Biu Sau, http://www.progressivewingchunmk.co.uk/about-wing-chun/wing-chun-glossary/biu-sau/, Added - 03/23/15


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