Kyusho Self Protection

  Not Defense The term "Self Defense" has a negative connotation that from the start can yield failure for the user.  The problem is that this label already portrays in the mindset that the individual is a victim of a violent act or aggression and that the...

Uechi Ryu Seisan Archive

Uechi Ryu Seisan Kata (Circa 1997) SEISAN (十三) In Mandarin Chinese, the name translates into Thirteen and is the second of the three core katas.  Usually interpreted as "Thirteen modes of attack and defense" or "13 positions to attack/defend from" (with alternate...

Uechi Ryu Sanchin Archive

  Uechi Ryu Sanchin Kata (Circa 1997) I met Steve DiOrio in 1996 (3rd Dan in Uechi Ryu at that time) at a JuJitsu AMerica Gathering that I was presenting at. He wanted to know if I could give him a Kyusho explanation for a move from Uechi Seisan. From there we...

Nai Han Chi Archive 1

  Nai Han Chi Shodan - (circa 1996) Nai Han Chi has always been a revered Kata as the versatility and unlimited possibilities standing or on the ground are ever expanding.  With so many possibilities one has to wonder, can the entire pattern be used against a...

Cutting Edge Technology

Personal "Kyusho Cloud" A new advancement in your Kyusho Education: As the leading Kyusho Educational website, we want to thank all of our past and new readers alike during this Holiday Season. These days we are hard hit with people selling us everything under the...
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