Sow Noy Pra Prang
Sua Lak Hang
Payak Dom Kwang
Phra Rama Plang Sorn
Sod Soi Ma-La
Yoong Ram Pan
Instructions for Seniors
To perform the "Sow Noy Pra Pang" style.
The first direction ( front direction)
The boxer start at sitting in the "Dhep Pha-nom" form and bend down to prostrate ' Pra Ratanatrai three times. Clasp and
put your hands at the chest. Say a Pali verse "Na Pidta MoMaiHen Bhuddha Pidta ThaPidhoo Ya" 3 times. Realize the
gratefulness of Buddha, Dhamma and Buddhist monk , the gratefulness of mother, father , masters start to
'Tha-wai-Bung-Kom' for the first round from the clasp at the chest level form.
Step 1 : bend your body forward simultaneously stretch your arms forward until the tip of your fingers touch the floor. Use
both of your thumbs to insert and combine preventing separation from each other. wai "Phra Mae Dharanee"
Step 2 : perform alike you use your hand to pick some " Mae Dharanee" up to the chest. Then be in the "Dhep Phanom"
Step 3 : perform "Wai" by raising your hand up to touch the face as the "Tha Wai Bung Kom" form. Bend your elbow , turn
up your face up move your body backward. keep your two thumbs touching your forehead. stretch up your index finger and
bend your body backward a bit. Then let your hands down at the chest level.
The second "Tha Wai Bung Kom",
Step 1 : bend your body forward a bit.Let your face side of your palm outward. Stretch the tip of fingers out. Bend your body
lower simultaneously slowly move round your hand out backward. Then move it back through your elbows.
Step 2 : then move your hands out of your body at each of both side. Slowly move your hands round to meet each other at
the front side.
Step 3 : let the face of your palms downward. To pick up "Phra Mae Dharanee" by move round your palms frontward just
one time. Then turn the face of the palms up and lay them on the floor.
Step 4: move your palms scoop "Phra Mae Dharanee" into your chest to be the " Phanom Meo Samer Og"
Step 5 raise up hands up to "Wai" then let your hands down to PhaNom at the chest level. Perform the "Tha Wai Bung
Kom" for the third time by start from Phanom Meo at the chest level , repeat the same step with the Tha Wai Bung Kom at
the second time.
Start to perform the boxing dancer. From the sitting put the hand together in the chest level to be the ' Pa-thom' and Brahma
Step 1 : raise your body up a bit from the tip of your foots. Step out the right foot frontward. Bend your right knee
perpendicular to the floor. Sit on the left heel. Right hand lay on the right knee, tighten your hand lay downward. Bend left
elbow raise the left hand put it at the chest level
Step 2 : from the 'Pa-Thom' , bend your body frontward. Your weight focus on right foot. Kneel your left knee down. Stretch
left legs straight backward. Bend your foot up above the floor. Hit the fist frontward , eyes look straight on.
Step 3 : hit the fist backward simultaneously step back to sit on the left heel, stretch the right foot ahead raise up the tip of
Step 4 : spin your left fist out of the body raise it up high above the right side of the head. ( similar to the 'Bung A-Bai Berk
Far' form). The right arms is on the same level as the chest. Right elbow still lay on the right legs.
Step 5 : bend your body forward and then backward. Repeat this step 2 times.
Step 6 : while bend your body frontward for the third time, but not bend body back yet. Raise your right heel up from the
floor a bit. ( as spring )
Step 7 : focus your weight on the right knee, right arm lay on the right knee. Kneel left knee on the floor. Raise left foot
which is behind up. Raise up the tip of the left foot. (bend up the tip of the foot). Raise the left hand above the head, look at
high level , turn the head left and right then turn to look straight on.
The first round of ' Chak Pang Pad Nah',
Step 1 : raise body up from sitting on the left heel. Bend your body forward. Raise your tip of left foot up from the floor.Bend
the tip of the left foot. set down your left hand lower than right knee a bit alike to scoop up the ' Phra Mae Dharanee' in the
Step 2 : set the right hand down from the knee. Perform alike batching up the powder that is 'Phra Mae Dharanee' into the
left hand. Repeat this step for 3 times.
Step 3 : perform alike bringing powder from the left hand to cover the face at the upper part of the face at left cheek and
right cheek. Repeat this step 3 times.
Step 4 : raise up your left hand and stretch palm up turn the palm to the face perform alike it's a mirror and look into the
mirror. The right hand is at the same level of the chin to be 'Tha Khunpan Song Kra-jok' (Khunpan look into the mirror)
Step 5 : raise up your right hand over the head and perform alike to comb your hair 3 times , then perform alike roll the bun
by using the right hand roll the hair around from right to left 3 rounds. Perform the roll as 'Tak-si-na-vatra'. Your left hand
perform alike press the hair down.
Step 6 : right hand press the bun up above the head 3 times. This form was called ' Mae Phra Dharanee Beeb Muay
Phom'. Repeat this step 3 times.
Step 7 : put your left foot on the floor simultaneously bend your body back to sit on the left heel. Left hand push back the
hair up over the head. Right hand press or smooth the hair down to the right knee. The lower part of the arm lay on the
knee. Raise up the tip of the right foot perform alike pressing the bun or smooth and lift it high. Repeat this step 3 times.
The second direction (backward direction),
Step 8 : you must repeat it three times , before complete the round 3 , you must raise up your left elbow high. Raise your
body up by stand on your tip of left foot , use it as a pulcum point to turn around your body. Then lift your left knee up (turn
around by twist your left knee as pulcum ) and move your right knee by twist it along the left knee.
Step 9 : kneel your knee down on the floor simultaneously use left hand to lift up your bun over the head, right hand press
or pull the bun from the upper part to the lower part of your head and go further to the right calf. Look along the left hand
while it's moving up.
Step 10 : while your right knee sit on the floor. Lift up the right foot and bend up the tip of the right foot along your body. Now
your left hand perform 'Rum Bung Nah' high above the face,
Step 11 : bend your body back to sit on your right heel, set down the lower part of your arm to lay on the left knee. Slowly
swirl your right hand from the frontward to the backward one round. Slowly 'rum' from lower to higher level , from the
beside to the front side. This form is called 'rum soong' since you must turn the palm side to the front side and raise your
right hand up high above your head. And twist your palm toward the front side alike 'rum nar' but it must be higher than
The third direction (the leftside direction),
Chuk Pang Pud Nar for the third time. (perform the same as the first time)
Step 1 : turn round your body to the right hand. Twist your body to the right side and kneel down your left knee. Raise up
your right knee high and put your right foot beyond the left knee. Raise the tip of the right foot up. Lay your right arm on the
right knee. Raise up your left hand above the head. Perform the dance called 'Rum Nar Soong Berk A-Roon' or 'Bung A-bai
Berk Far Fiuk Fiunt Jai Muang' raise your left hand up high above your head. And your eyes look anything high. Turn your
head left and right then straight on.
Step 2 : let your left hand down . Use the right hand preparing to 'Chuk Pang Phad Nah' for the second time. Scoop 'Mae
Phra Dharanee' into hands three times. Repeat the same step as the first round of 'Chuk Pang Phad Nah',
The fourth direction. (the right direction),
when finish the second time of "Chuk Pang Phad Nah" your face is now turn to the right direction. That means the direction
you perform the first time "Chuk Pang Phad Nar" is the front direction. Which you must turn around to the back direction
continue to dance until completing the first round of "Chuk Pang Phad Nar". The second round "Chuk Pang Phad Nar" will
turn to the left direction. When you press the bun and turn round to the backside the same as the first round "Chuk pang
Phad Nar" , you will turn to the right direction
Step 1: Then bend you body backward to sit on the right heel. Which your left knee stretch up the tip of your left foot raised
high. Your left arm lay on your left knee. Knee your right knee down on the floor. Raise right hand above head. Lift the face
up and your eyes watch something high above.Sit with your right heel.
Step 2 : stand up let your hands down along your body. Now your left foot lay beyond your right foot. the right foot lay skew
Step 3 : step out your right foot to lay beyond the left foot. then turn left which is turn your face to the front direction. Then go
back to your corner by "Kow yang" or " step backward with the " yang Sam Khum" or "Yang Suk Ka-same " then bend down
your body to salute the counterpart one time. Then it's the completion of the performance.
The "Sua Lak Hang" style.
its has own way both sitting version and standing version. Start with "Wai Kuru" from the "Dhep
Pha-nom" , "Tha-Vai Bung-Kom" , " Pha-Thom" and " Bhrama" form respectively in the same way with others.
Sitting version :
Step 1 : while sitting in the "Bhrama" form which the left foot
perpendicular to the floor. Raise the tip of your hand and wave your arm
up and down for all time. Then stretch your arm out wave it up and down.
Shake your head to the counterpart.In the same time move up and down
harmoniously. Your weight is focus on the left foot and move your right
foot help to keep the balance. And move your body along the rhythm.
Step 2 : move your body backward to take your weight focusing on your left foot.
your right foot still stretch forward. Move both of your hands up and down in the
same way as step 1 : you probably change to use your right foot instead.
Stand up from the sitting form of the "Sua Lak Hang" style.
Step 1 : stand up , keep in balance with your right foot , bend your left
foot backward. Raise up the tip of your foot and bend your body frontward
, raise both of your hands perpendicular to the floor. Wave your hand up
and down similar to the sitting version which is move the whole arms
simultaneously. Wobble Body , tip of foot , face alike to mock the
To perform the "Payak Dom Kwang" style.
Start with Wai Kru from the Dhep Phanom form until stand up with the Dhep Nimitra form.
Step 1 : turn round your body to the right direction to wai "Phra Brahma : the right direction" for
Step 2 : from the Kow Yang , while the left foot is front , bend your body down frontward tighten
the fist, raise your elbow to block the front side and instantly turn around to look at the
backside which is look at the counterpart , the right arms and right foot are behide. Nod your
head up and down to the counterpart one or two times
Step 3 : repeat step 2 but switch the use the right foot front instead. And then repeat the step 2
and 4 which turn to perform until complete all 4 direction. Then go back to your corner with
"Kow Yang" and bend body down to salute the counterpart. The "Payak Dom Kwang" and "
Kwang Leow Lung" perform similar style .
To perform the "Phra Rama Plang Sorn" style.
Phra Rama Phlang Sorn style generally perform the dance just one direction. It's the
direction of the counterpart.
Step 1 : turn round your body to the right direction. Wai Phra Brahma one time.
Step 2 : step your left foot frontward raise your arms alike you catch a arrow rod in your left
Step 3 : move your right hand to the backside alike you pick an arrow from your neck to the
rod. Then pull the tendon backward 2-3 times but act alike not release the arrow repeat this
for 2 time but in the third time you perform alike you lift the rod up high at the level of your
ears. Stand still look straight at your target then release the arrow.
Step 4 : while your release your arrow lay down your right foot on the floor and raise your left
foot up frontward simultaneously . After that raise your hand at above the face . Act alike you
are looking at the arrow you released. And waiting to see the result. If you are disappointed
at the result cause from the mistarget shot. You express by shaking your head right and left.
if you are pleased with the result then you smile and nod your head up and down to show
Step 5 : you say the prayer "Sake Ka-Tha" such as "Na Jung Ngung" three times. and then
stamp down the floor three times.
Step 6 : "Yang Sam Khum" to your corner then bend your
body down to salute the counterpart.
To perform the "Sod Soi Ma-La" style ,
starting with "Wai Kru" in sitting "Thep -Panom " until standing up in " Dhep-Nimitra".
Step 1 : turn round your body to the right direction. Perform "Wai Phra Brahma" one time.
Step 2 : step out your left foot forward. Raise your right leg and straighten it backward , lift it to
the same level of your chin. Bend your left arm perpendicular to the floor. Stretch the tip of your
Step 3 : insert left fist up inside of the right arm and beyond it up until right elbow parallel to the
level of your chin.
Step 4 : repeat the third step but change the right arm to be the left arm instead.
Step 5 : repeat the step 2- 4 but change to stand by your right foot instead.
Step 6 : repeat the dance for every direction. And then "Kow Yang" and bend down to salute the
counterpart and go the your corner
To perform the "Yoong Ram Pan " style.
Starts with "Wai Kru" from "Dhep Panom" form and other form
respectively until raise to stand up in the "Dhep Nimitra" form.
Step 1 : turn around your body to the front direction "Wai Pra
Bhrama" one time.
Step 2 : step out your left foot forward. Raise your right foot and
straighten it backward bend down your body to the frontward
simultaneously. Which your hand clasping at the chest level.
Step 3 : turn the face side of your palm upward and slowly
move your arms backward through the armpit to the backside
of your body until your arms are straight, move your hands out
to the side of the body alike straighten your arms and move it
round to come gather at your face.Repeat this way three times.
Step 4 : move your right legs perpendicular to the floor. Raise
the right foot up.
Step 6 : raise your left foot and straighten it
backward , repeat the step 1-4 and then perform the dance the
same way in every direction. Then go back to your corner with "
Kow yang" manner , bend down your body to salute your
To perform "Yoong-Fon-Hang" style,
you must start from "Wai Kru" from the sit form called "Dhep
Panom" to the stand form called "Dhep Nimitra" respectively.
Step 1 : turn your body to right side , Wai Pra Bhrama for one
Step 2 : step out your left foot forward. Raise up your right foot
then straighten it backward bend down your body forward
simultaneously. Put the hands together in salute at the chest
Step 3 : turn the face side of your palm upward and slowly
move your arms go through the armpits to the backside of
your body until your arms are straight. all of tip fingers are
Step 4 : move your hands out to the side of the body alike
straighten your arms. Then move it round to come gathering
at your face. Lift your chest and your face up while your hands
were put to touch your head , while your right legs still stretch
Step 4 : hold down your right foot to stand straightly
. Raise up your left foot then straighten it backward. Stand on
your right foot and then repeat the step 1- 4 ( it's just switch
the right side to be the left side ). Repeat to perform the
dance for all 4 direction. Then get back to the corner with
"Kow Yang" and bend down your body to salute your
After being in sitting manner until standing up in Dhepnimitra manner and then turn to the right . .
Step 1 : raise the right foot and straight it backward. Standing on your left foot. Bend your
body to the front . Start to perform the dance by sprawling your arms , kneel down while
turning the face side of your palms down.
Step 2 : kneel up and bend up the wrist to raise up the fingers.
Step 3 lay your right foot on the floor then straight your left foot backward , continue to
perform alike the flying bird. The movement of body , arm and palm must
correspond with the music.
Step 4: lay down your left foot then "Yang Sam Khum" (walk strengthly in three step) to change the direction.
By turning you around to the "left direction" then step out your left foot . bend your body down to " wai " the
"Pra-Bhrama-tis" ( the direction of Bhrama ) at the left side just one time. Repeat to perform the " Hong-Hern"
dancing styles by starting the first step to the third step again but in the fourth step you must turn to the
backside "Wai Bhrama" and then repeat to perform the dance . The last time turn to the front side. (which is
the original direction while you sit in the "Dhep Pha-nom" form) And then "Wai-Bhrama" perform the dance
called "Hong-Hern" and "Bhrama Si Na" then you play "Yang Sam Khum" and bend your body down to
salute your counterpart. It is the finish of the "Wai Kru" and the dance called "Hong-Hern"
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