[:en]2.Thep Panom[:th]2. ท่าเทพพนม[:es]1.Thep Panom[:ru]1.Thep Panom[:fr]1.Thep Panom[:]

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2.Thep Panom

Beginning with “Thep Panom” Movement as the starting action of “Wai Khru” (or Paying respect to Boxing Master) ritual dance to allow gathering of full focus on the challenge, the boxer would kneel with straight-up body posture, sitting on the legs with the right foot over the left, hands pressing together at the chest.
He would then perform “Kom Krap ” by bending over three times – each time opening the hands with palms down touching the ground and the forehead in between – as a way of showing respect to the Masters, parents, and all sacred beings to protect him during the fight.
Next, he would lean forward with both arms fully stretched to the front until the tips of the fingers touch the ground, then gently retract the arms in an action of scooping soil to the chest, getting ready for the third movement of “Tawai Bangkom”.
This action requires arms to be fully stretching forward, hands pressing together, and then lift up to touch the forehead with the thumbs between the eyebrows, bending the elbows as the body lean slightly backwards and the head looking up. Then lower the hands to the chest, and repeat two more times.

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[ap_li]Khan01-011. Wai Kru ( all moves continuous )[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-012. Thep Panom[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-023. Kom Krap  [/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-034. The Tawai Bangkom[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-045. Pathom Move[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-056. Prom Move[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-067. Thepnimit[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-078. Koom Cherng Khru Move[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-089. Yang Sam Khum[/ap_li]
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2. ท่าเทพพนม

เป็นท่าเริ่มต้นของการร่ายรำไหว้ครู เพื่อตั้งจิตให้เป็นสมาธิมีความแน่วแน่ นั่งคุกเข่าตัวตรง ปลายเท้าขวาทับเท้าซ้าย ก้นทับบนส้นเท้าทั้งสองข้าง มือพนมเสมออก ก้มกราบสามครั้งเป็นการรำลึกถึงคุณครูบาอาจารย์ บิดามารดา และสิ่งศักดิ์สิทธิ์ทั้งหลายให้คุ้มครองตนอย่าได้เพลี่ยงพล้ำแก่คู่ชก จากนั้นโน้มตัวเหยียดแขนทั้งสองข้างไปข้างหน้าจนปลายนิ้วจรดพื้นหัวแม่มือทั้งสองไม่แยกจากกันแล้วเลื่อนมือทั้งสองกลับเข้ามาเหมือนกอบแม่พระธรณีขึ้นมาที่อกกลับมาเป็นท่าเทพพนมเหมือนเดิม
แล้วเลื่อนมือทั้งสองกลับเข้ามาเหมือนกอบแม่พระธรณีขึ้นมาที่อกกลับมาเป็นท่าเทพพนมเหมือนเดิม แล้วเข้าสู่ท่าถวายบังคมเหยียดแขนออกจนสุด ยกขึ้นไหว้จดที่หน้าผากเป็นท่าถวายบังคม งอศอกเงยหน้าขึ้นลักษณะหงายไปทางด้านหลังให้นิ้วหัวแม่มือทั้งสองอยู่ระหว่างคิ้วนิ้วชี้ตรงขึ้นไป เอนตัวไปข้างหลังพองามแล้วลดมือลงพนมเสมอหน้าอกทำซ้ำอีกสองครั้ง

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[ap_li]Khan01-011. ไหว้ครู[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-012. ท่าเทพพนม[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-023. ก้มกราบ  [/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-034. ท่าถวายบังคม[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-045. ท่าปฐม[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-056. ท่าพรหม[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-067. เทพนิมิตร[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-078. คุมเชิงครู[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-089. ย่างสามขุม[/ap_li]
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1.Thep Panom

Beginning with “Thep Panom” Movement as the starting action of “Wai Khru” (or Paying respect to Boxing Master) ritual dance to allow gathering of full focus on the challenge, the boxer would kneel with straight-up body posture, sitting on the legs with the right foot over the left, hands pressing together at the chest.
He would then perform “Kom Krap ” by bending over three times – each time opening the hands with palms down touching the ground and the forehead in between – as a way of showing respect to the Masters, parents, and all sacred beings to protect him during the fight.
Next, he would lean forward with both arms fully stretched to the front until the tips of the fingers touch the ground, then gently retract the arms in an action of scooping soil to the chest, getting ready for the third movement of “Tawai Bangkom”.
This action requires arms to be fully stretching forward, hands pressing together, and then lift up to touch the forehead with the thumbs between the eyebrows, bending the elbows as the body lean slightly backwards and the head looking up. Then lower the hands to the chest, and repeat two more times.

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[ap_li]Khan01-011. Thep Panom[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-022. Kom Krap  [/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-033. The Tawai Bangkom[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-044. Pathom Move[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-055. Prom Move[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-066. Thepnimit[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-077. Koom Cherng Khru Move[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-088. Yang Sam Khum[/ap_li]
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1.Thep Panom

Beginning with “Thep Panom” Movement as the starting action of “Wai Khru” (or Paying respect to Boxing Master) ritual dance to allow gathering of full focus on the challenge, the boxer would kneel with straight-up body posture, sitting on the legs with the right foot over the left, hands pressing together at the chest.
He would then perform “Kom Krap ” by bending over three times – each time opening the hands with palms down touching the ground and the forehead in between – as a way of showing respect to the Masters, parents, and all sacred beings to protect him during the fight.
Next, he would lean forward with both arms fully stretched to the front until the tips of the fingers touch the ground, then gently retract the arms in an action of scooping soil to the chest, getting ready for the third movement of “Tawai Bangkom”.
This action requires arms to be fully stretching forward, hands pressing together, and then lift up to touch the forehead with the thumbs between the eyebrows, bending the elbows as the body lean slightly backwards and the head looking up. Then lower the hands to the chest, and repeat two more times.

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[ap_li]Khan01-011. Thep Panom[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-022. Kom Krap  [/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-033. The Tawai Bangkom[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-044. Pathom Move[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-055. Prom Move[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-066. Thepnimit[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-077. Koom Cherng Khru Move[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-088. Yang Sam Khum[/ap_li]
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1.Thep Panom

Beginning with “Thep Panom” Movement as the starting action of “Wai Khru” (or Paying respect to Boxing Master) ritual dance to allow gathering of full focus on the challenge, the boxer would kneel with straight-up body posture, sitting on the legs with the right foot over the left, hands pressing together at the chest.
He would then perform “Kom Krap ” by bending over three times – each time opening the hands with palms down touching the ground and the forehead in between – as a way of showing respect to the Masters, parents, and all sacred beings to protect him during the fight.
Next, he would lean forward with both arms fully stretched to the front until the tips of the fingers touch the ground, then gently retract the arms in an action of scooping soil to the chest, getting ready for the third movement of “Tawai Bangkom”.
This action requires arms to be fully stretching forward, hands pressing together, and then lift up to touch the forehead with the thumbs between the eyebrows, bending the elbows as the body lean slightly backwards and the head looking up. Then lower the hands to the chest, and repeat two more times.

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[ap_li]Khan01-011. Thep Panom[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-022. Kom Krap  [/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-033. The Tawai Bangkom[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-044. Pathom Move[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-055. Prom Move[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-066. Thepnimit[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-077. Koom Cherng Khru Move[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-088. Yang Sam Khum[/ap_li]
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