The art and science of the Six Harmonies Eight Methods Boxing. Most of the videos are for select few eyes only with only a few videos for the public. There is also compilation videos from the various other branches of Six Harmonies Eight Methods Boxing.
Six Harmonies and Eight Methods Boxing has been called "Xinyi Liuhebafa-" and is also referred to as "Water Boxing" (shuǐ quán) due to its principles. The Song Dynasty Taoist sage Chen Tuan (Chén Tuán), also known as Chén Xīyí is often credited with its origin and development. He was associated with the Hua Shan Taoist Monastery on Mount Hua in Shaanxi Province.
Modern Liu He Ba Fa began with Master Wu Yihui (1887--1958). In 1900, he was formally apprenticed to Liuhebafa masters Yan Guo Xing and Chen Guang Di. Wang Xiang Zhai, the creator of Yiquan, made a public statement regarding Wu Yihui in 1928 saying, "I have traveled across the country in research, engaging over a thousand people in martial combat, there have been only 2.5 people I could not defeat, namely Hunan's Xie Tie Fu, Fujian's Fang Yi Zhuang and Shanghai's Wu Yihui."
Although Wu Yi Hui taught many students, it's only Chan Yik Yan who completed the entire Liuhebafa system and of all the people he taught, only six fortunate disciples recieved the full transmission of the art. The six disciples are Lung Wah (Long Hua), Jau Mui Tin (Zhou Mei Tian), Poon Yi (Pan Yi), Ho Moon Cheung (He Man Xiang), Choi Wai Lun (Cai Hui Lin) amd Mok Kei Fai (Mo Chi Hui). Of these, Wai Lun Choi(Cai Hui Lin) was given leadership of the system in 1971. Grand Master Wai Lun Choi is to me one of the greatest of all the Masters of the martial Arts to have ever lived.