Shaolin Chin-Na Set 5
GOLDEN FLINCH BRUSHES EYEBROW

Chin-na, or special ways of gripping unique in kungfu, is one of the three trasures of Shaolin Kungfu, the other two being dim-mak, or dotting vital points, and neigong, or internal arts. It should be noted that kungfu terms are not definitive like scientific terms. Chin-na and dim-mak, for example, are also parts of neigong.

The video below shows the fifth chin-na set, Golden Flinch Brushes Eyebrow, of the Shaolin 72 Chin-Na Techniques. Three "Shaolin animals", namely the tiger, the dragon and the eagle, which are often used in chin-na, are frequently found in this set.

Shaolin Chin-Na Set 5 -- Golden Flinch Brushes Eyebrow from Wong Kiew Kit on Vimeo.


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The 10 sequences that form this set, i.e. Sequences 41 to 50 of the Shaolin 72 Chin-Na Techniques, are as follows:

  1. Golden Flinch Brushces Eyebrow
  2. Hungry Eagle Charges at Prey
  3. Old Monk Grinds Rice
  4. Spiritual Monkey Plucks Fruit
  5. Double Bows Embrace Moon
  6. Double Dragons Play with Water
  7. Reverse Showing of Bull's Tail
  8. Riding Dragon Pull Tendon
  9. Two Tiger Subdue Dragon
  10. Fierce Tiger Crouches on Ground


The original sequences with some repetitions as taught at the Special Chin-Na Course in Sabah in 2008 are as follows. The sequence-set can be accessed here.

  1. Golden Flinch Brushces Eyebrow
  2. Hungry Eagle Charges at Prey
  3. Old Monk Grinds Rice
  4. Spiritual Monkey Plucks Fruit
  5. Double Bows Embrace Moon
  6. Double Dragons Play with Water
  7. Reverse Showing of Bull's Tail
  8. Riding Dragon Pull Tendon
  9. Two Tiger Subdue Dragon
  10. Fierce Tiger Crouches on Ground

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Special Chin-Na Course
Shaolin 72 Chin-Na Sequences

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