Base of Operations: Denver and San Francisco
Occupation: Combatives Instructor, Martial Arts Coach and
Doctor of Chiropractic at Aim High
Seminars and Worskhops
Internal Forms (5)
Uncle Bill's internal forms are mostly a combination of two or even three internal systems.
- Ie Shing Po I | Yi-Xing
- Ie Shing Po II | Yi-Xing closed door form
- Puter Ungon | Turning wind
- Chan | Combination of Ba Gua, Tai chi, Xing Yi
- Green Dragon Ba Gua
Tji Mande Djurus (21)
The 12 djurus of tji- mande represent the full spectrum of upper body motion in this system of silat. The djurus may appear short and to truly understand the movements can take a lifetime.
- 21 Djurus
- 12 Langkas
Serak Djurus (18)
Kuntao Silat deThouars | K'un L'un Pai
Kendang Silat (3)
A combination of Tji-mande, Serah and Tj-Kalong. The three forms complete the ENTIRE system
- Djuru Satu
- Djuru Dua
- Langka Tiga
Kuntao Basic Forms (3)
These three forms will give a good basic understand for the Kuntao scholar. There are two southern systems that stress strong stances.
- Poong | Fukien Kuntao
- Pai Tsing | Shuntung Kuntao
- Ling Sing Toi | Dragon Tail form (Phil taught at Uncle's house)
Kuntao Animal Forms (9)
The six animal forms represent a broad overview of shaolin based animal forms. In presenting the forms, it is more important to express the animal's "attitude" than it is to peform the movements correctly.
- Pai Yun | Tiger descending mountain
- Tong Long Tai | Northern Mantis
- Walang Garong | Small Mantis
- Fan Tze | Eagle Claw
- Pok Sai | Dragon
- Langka Monjet | Monkey footwork form (learned at Phil's house)
- Fuchien Quyen - From Sigung Tan Tong Liang. A combination of tiger, stork and dragon.
- Fu Jow Quyen | Tiger
- Ooler Quyen | Snake
- Ha Ka Quyen | Combined animal form of the Ha Ka community