Category: Styles

Old Fist

Old Fist

May 31, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

    Better for Kyusho Documented as far back as 1935, Gichen Funakoshi (Founder of Shotokan), detailed in his book “Karate-Do Kyohan” how to make a proper Old Fist (before regulation and sportification) changed it into the New Fist used in modern Karate-Do. The new fist muted the power and destructive potentials of the Old […]

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New Seisan Film Release

New Seisan Film Release

May 10, 2019 | By | 2 Comments

    Collaboration is the key to success All through Kyusho’s modern history and even in ancient times, collaborative efforts to gain more knowledge, skill and understanding (you can never fully understand if you do not apply the knowledge hands on to develop the skill), in all Martial Arts and styles. Today most Martial Artists […]

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Origins of Kata

Origins of Kata

April 19, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

      Where did Tai Chi and Kata begin Jacob Mcclintock So interesting how you see a lot of the taichi long form movements in seisan/hangetsu kata. I wonder if it came from Tai chi, or if there is at least some common root. Evan Pantazi Sir, I do not think we will ever know… and […]

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Chaining the Occiptial Nerves

Chaining the Occiptial Nerves

March 29, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

  How to work the target Taking a soft cupped hand first place it where the base of the skull and neck meet.  Rest the whole palm there with equal pressure… slowly withdraw the hand and quickly slap the same are with the whole palm uniformly toward the forehead. Do not skim the surface of the […]

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Kyusho in Seipai

Kyusho in Seipai

March 22, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

  Answers from the Bubishi From Goju Ryu and others styles this ancient Kata was one of the more prominent Kata depicted in the Bubishi… and therefore is steeped or more aptly, evolved from Kyusho. As this is an ancient Kata, much of the historical information is vague, we can only really trace the Martial […]

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Seisan Tactics

Seisan Tactics

March 15, 2019 | By | 1 Comment

Taking Seisan to the Street The ancient Kata Seisan, is still as viable today as it has been throughout the centuries for practical self protection. Instructors Chip Quimby (Uechi Ryu) and Evan Pantazi (Kyusho) will be helping you in an open course for practical Self-Protection, using actions and techniques taken from Ancient Seisan Kata, joined […]

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Chaining Kyusho

Chaining Kyusho

March 1, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

Introducing “Chaining” Chaining is a new video process we developed for you to learn from all our great instructors. We will give you a target, fully illustrate the target, be it nerve, blood vessel or organ, show a demonstration of an application, then let our Instructors take you through some practice ideas. All of these […]

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Closed Door System

Closed Door System

February 22, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

Traditional Secret Training In the old ways of the Martial Arts there was two systems in each system, one being openly taught and the other taught only to a select few people.  These were considered the Open (Kaishu) and Closed (Heishu) door systems. And so we must close the Kyusho door as well, due to […]

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Sanchin – Kyusho Course 2019

Sanchin – Kyusho Course 2019

February 13, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

For – Health, Wellness & Self Protection The streaming films are six, 45:00 segments that can be streamed anywhere, on your TV, Computer, Phone or pad… with no memory usage. You can travel with your phone, pad or computer and have access (with wifi connection) anywhere. Instructors Chip Quimby (Uechi Ryu) and Evan Pantazi (Kyusho) […]

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Hikite

Hikite

February 1, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

The Withdrawing Hand Hikite (te means hand and hiki means drawing in) is a classic action in traditional martial arts, especially in Karate. Traditionally we are taught that this is to generate greater power in our strikes, more focus (Kime) and even balance.  It helps generate greater hip rotation as it converts the power of […]

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