Wing Chun Technique - Gang Sau or Gaun Sau (Cultivating Hand)

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Wiki Revision Date - 17 Mar 2015 14:34

Wing Chun Technique - Gang Sau or Gaun Sau (Cultivating Hand)

This section examines the Wing Chun technique known as Gang Sau or Gaun Sau. It is also known as Cultivating Hand, Splitting Hand, Splitting Block, etc.

This technique is used as a low/mid-level blocking maneuver in order to stop rib punches, mid-level kicks, etc. Gang Sau is often combined with a punch in order to simultaneously block and counterattack.

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

Technique Instructions

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Instructional Videos for Wing Chun Gang Sau (Gaun Sau)

Reference Sources

  1. Samuel Kwok Wing Chun Association, Gaun Sau,, Added - 03/17/15

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