6 Ways 8 Methods
This is a rare Wuzuquan form that was taught to Grandmaster Chee Kim Thong by a monk living secluded on a mountain. It has elements of Tai Chi, Xingyi, and Bagua, along with Tai Chor, Lohan, and Wuzuquan within it and can be practiced at a slow pace to develop internal energy or at a more brisk pace to emphasize the strikes and blocks. However, relaxation is the key to unlocking the secrets of this form. Grandmaster Graham describes it in the following way, "I have been in the Martial Arts for 45 years. I have studied Tai Chi and Wu Chi, and Liu He Ba Fa is an excellent form in the same vein as those. It is perfect for developing flexibility, balance, and mindfulness. The meditative aspects of the form are highly beneficial for those seeking a means to deepen their self-awareness."