Muk Yan Jong, or wooden dummy form, is taught in a unique way in the Wong Shun Leung method of Ving Tsun Gung Fu.

Luk Dim Boon Gwan, or six (6) and a half point pole.

Biu Ji, or the Pointing Finger form, is the third empty hand form of the Ving Tsun system.

Chi Sau or sticking hands is taught in several stages, with initial moves being taught at the Siu Nim Tau level, the Daan Chi Sau or single sticking hands is first taught, elbow positioning, stance training and basic feel of intention is learned here, with the three (3) primary elements of Bong Sau, Taan Sau and Fook Sau being trained in a dynamic way.

Cham Kiu, or the bridge seeking form, is the second empty hand form of the Ving Tsun system. It can be thought for as the word formation level.  When combined with Chi Sau it adds to the  language of combat that is unique to Ving Tsun.

The last form in the Ving Tsun system or the eight slash knives.

Siu Nim Tau or the young idea, is the first empty hand form of Ving Tsun system and is it's foundation. It can be thought of as the ABC's in our particular language of combat.