Category: Styles

Facial Nerve Root

Facial Nerve Root

March 13, 2020 | By | Add a Comment

    The Ramifications Many people in Kyusho (especially the beginners), believe that Kyusho or “Pressure Points” rely on pain compliance. But this is not the real use case, nor the way to employ Kyusho. Many also call this target TW-17, but again they are mistaken as you cannot use the facial nerve root as […]

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Rokkishu Kyusho Knockout Bunkais

Rokkishu Kyusho Knockout Bunkais

March 6, 2020 | By | Add a Comment

    Six Hands of Shaolin For the full 3 hour film – Click Here – Free for Platinum Subscribers Rokkishu translates into “6 hands” (seen in the ancient Bubishi as the 6 Ji Hands or 6 Wind Hands of Shaolin), originated in Chinese Martial Arts. It is widely thought to be the precursor of […]

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Reverse Breathing

Reverse Breathing

February 14, 2020 | By | Add a Comment

  For Kyusho A question from one of the Patreon Subscribers read as follows: Doug O’Connor  Reverse breathing.  When performing kata (I.e., Sanchin, Naihanchi, etc.), do you use reverse breathing?  And also when performing Kyusho movements?  I have been reading about this as a source of body change and power.  Is this part of the […]

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Kata Kin Ken

Kata Kin Ken

February 7, 2020 | By | Add a Comment

Golden Fist Translation; Gold Fist is a form brought from China by Master Pai, to US shores where it was taught in his family style. This is but one of many forms passed along, but of major importance as it is filled with unique and diverse postures.   The very topic of Kin Ken causes controversy, […]

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Siu Nim Tao

Siu Nim Tao

January 24, 2020 | By | Add a Comment

  Siu Nim Tao Wing Tsun/Chun is a concise and direct Martial Arts Style with many generations of history since it’s inception. In the centuries of its existence, it has become one of the world’s predominant styles, a testament to its efficiency and effectiveness. This style embodies the same principles as the study of Kyusho […]

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Kyusho Discussion with John Festa

Kyusho Discussion with John Festa

December 13, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

Pressure Points or Anatomy and Physiology. John and I discuss the affects of Kyusho and even knockouts on an anatomical and physiological basis. Other topics are Oyata’s way of teaching.. follows the traditional path of Soken, Fujita, Funakoshi, Mabuni and so many other early Masters. Styles discussed are Karate, Silat, Arnis, Jujitsu as well as […]

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Recap

Recap

December 6, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

  Our Core Instructors Just some shots recapping a fun event with Kyusho Instructors from around the world. We have Instructors from Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Canada and the US… helping folks see how Kyusho fits in any style. These Great instructors will be working wit the new Modular System in Kyusho, that will help many […]

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Shishochin Question

Shishochin Question

November 29, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

The 4 Cardinal Directions From: Happy ClamGuy “Off topic, but what is the significance of turning to the four cardinal points and repeating a movement in a kata, like in Suparinpei or shisochin? From a kiko (qigong) perspective, turning to face the four different points is meant to amplify qi through your meridians, but what […]

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Sanchin Shichen Attack

Sanchin Shichen Attack

November 22, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

    From The Monkey Again, Heresy!  (def: opinion or doctrine at  variance with the orthodox or accepted doctrine, especially of a church,  religious system or cult). You know many Karate Folks never look past what their instructor tells them. They do not research on their own and learn to see similarities as opposed to […]

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Delayed Affect

Delayed Affect

November 15, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

  Kakushiken We often hear of the fabled “Delayed Death Touch” in the Martial Arts as one of the highest skill levels to attain. But many put it off as myth or movie tricks as opposed to really researching and training to get it to work. Well it is really not far fetched and in […]

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