Great Dragon Shadow Sword seminar today! I enjoyed polishing and the new bit. Looking forward to next time. Thanks, Sigong. Best, Tom Hogg.
Dragon Shadow Sword is fun; Chun Yuen Quan forms always are, especially once we get familiar with the movements and can move through them more dynamically. I love the idea that the form is so quick, the shadow is all that can be seen! Thanks Sigong, Siba and everyone! -Kay
Interesting new moves today – I especially like the part where you squat down and cut with the back of the blade.
Thank you Sigong.
It was nice to revisit the Dragon Shadow Sword form today. The new moves are very elegant and dragon-like – very interesting energy. Thank you Sigong. Peter Hogg
Thank you Sifu and all who helped me today. Many parts needed polishing. Transitions I found difficult but the form is lovely. Great to learn, many thanks. Peadar
The previous seminar seemed so long ago, so it was it was good to repeat the movements and have time to practise before learning the next part of the form. The movements are quite difficult, but soon begin to flow, and the postures are very powerful. Thank-you Sifu for another excellent seminar.
Some tricky movements today in Dragon Shadow Sword part 4 seminar, but once figured out how the movements go, very nice feeling to do them! Thank you Sigong. Christine
I missed last time so it was really important to have the chance to catch up! The body twist under the sword is really tough to catch, it’s always good to have a challenge. I enjoyed the new part too, and well done Thomas for catching the energy and position on the “Rotating the sword from left to right” part which looks like a kind of stepping Jian Hua near the end of the new part!
Thank you Sigong and everyone for a great Dragon Shadow Sword seminar. I’m especially enjoying the new part and I expect I’ll enjoy the next part even more! Good to know I’m not the only one whose got the name mixed up with Green Dragon Sword. Sam
An interesting form that is a lot of fun to learn, thank you Sifu
It’s great to polish the previous parts and get some detail on angles and hand positions. The new part of the form is also interesting, beginning to feel a little dynamic which is very enjoyable. Thank you Sigong. Yunki