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The Advanced Section of the Yang 108

The third and final section of the long moving form consists of the movements listed below. This section needs to take at least 11 minutes.

Snake Creeps Down

    Embrace Tiger Return to Mountain
    Grasp the Bird's Tail, Diagonal Single Whip
    Part the Wild Horse's Mane - three times: right, left, right
    Grasp the Bird's Tail, Single Whip
    Fair Lady Works the shuttle - four times, to four corners
    Grasp the Bird's Tail, Single Whip
    Cloud Hands - three times, plus single whip (modified)
    Snake Creeps Down
    Golden Rooster Stands on Left Leg
    Golden Rooster Stands on Right Leg
    Repulse Monkeys - three times, left, right, left
    Slant Flying
    Lift hands, Step Forward Strike with Shoulder, White Crane Spreads Wings, Brush Knee Push
    Picking Up the Needle at the Bottom of the Sea (Needle at Sea Bottom)
    Fan Through Back
    Turn Around and White Snake Spits Out His Tongue
    Step Forward, Deflect Downward, Intercept and Punch
    Grasp the Bird's Tail, Single Whip
    Cloud Hands - three times plus modified Single Whip
    High Pat on Horse
    Piercing Palm
    Turn Body Cross Form Kick
    Step Forward Brush Knee Punch to Groin
    Grasp the Bird's Tail, Single Whip
    Snake Creeps Down
    Step Up Seven Stars
    Step Back Ride the Tiger to the Mountain
    Turn Around and Sweep the Lotus
    Bend Bow Shoot Tiger
    Step Forward Deflect Downward Intercept and Punch
    Withdraw and Push
    Cross Hands
    Feet Together

I count 52 movements, but only the following are altogether new:

    Part the Wild Horse's Mane
    Fair Lady Works the Shuttle
    Snake Creeps Down
    Golden Rooster Stands on [Right/Left] Leg
    Turn Around and White Snake Spits Out His Tongue
    Piercing Palm
    Turn Body Cross Form Kick
    Step Forward Brush Knee Punch to Groin
    Step Up Seven Stars
    Step Back Ride the Tiger to the Mountain
    Turn Around and Sweep the lotus
    Bend Bow Shoot Tiger

And several of these are quite simple. White Snake Spits Out His Tongue is just like Turn and Strike with Back Fist except for the right hand; Piercing Palm is very simple; Brush Knee Punch to Groin is almost the same as Brush Knee Push.

We have video for the following:

To simplify, for learning the sequence:

    HORSE'S MANE
    FAIR LADY
    CLOUD HANDS
    SNAKE CREEPS (GOLDEN ROOSTER)
    CLOUD HANDS
    PIERCING PALM
    SNAKE CREEPS (SEVEN STARS)

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