is a set or form created in Spain by Raúl Gutiérrez, by what
I've been told. It's name comes from the tiger claws you execute throughout
the form, and also because you execute all the movements breathing slowly
and with tension instead of power, except for the kick.
The form is done almost completely in a low horse stance,
or at least lower than a regular horse stance.
You can see pictures of the first moves in Kenpo
From attention stance, step left into a horse stance while
doing a right horizontal claw (palm looking downwards) and left vertical
claw (as if checking) moving slowly from right to left.
Reverse the motion and do a left to right left horizontal
claw and right vertical claw.
Cross your hands while going upwards and then uncross at
head level to deliver double downward claws.
Do double downward claws (they follow parallel paths).
Step to 6:00 with right foot into a very low dragon stance
(it is like a reverse bow). Do a right upward claw simultaneously (it must
be a circular clockwise movement) and follow the motion until both arms
are parallel and facing each other (left over right). Finish movement
by tearing apart with both hands. Right hand must now be back and high,
and ready to attack; and left, low in front, checking.
Pivot counterclockwise into a left forward bow, and cross
your hands while going upwards and then uncross at head level to deliver
double downward claws. Do a high front right kick and land smoothly to
12:00, into a right forward bow.
Do double downward claws and then step to your right into
a horse stance facing 12:00.
Do a left to right left horizontal claw and right vertical
claw, as in 2.
Do right to left right horizontal claw and left vertical
claw, as in 1.
Salute with left palm over right fist and close.