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wheelchair1Kyusho for Disabled ENABLED Protection

The basic idea:

This program has been in instructional mode using a specific method of self-protection since 2011.

It is specifically designed for disabled or physically impair individuals who lack the strength, agility, speed, mobility and or balance due to their individual situations.

We approach each person in accordance to their unique physical ability and their special physical attributes.

This approach is adaptable for each situation utilizing the efficiency and power that Kyusho offers.

As an example, the training for Michel picture at the far right has a state of weakness in the abdominal belt and lower body which greatly affects the stability of his upper body.  It is further precarious as the stability of the chair is good, the high mobility restricts basing to generate outward power.  This can be stabilized with one hand while the other is applying Kyusho method, or as pictured, both hands maybe used to bring the opponent in to base with downward pressure adding to the Kyusho application.

As Kyusho does not rely on power or speed, it becomes infinitely more adaptable and usable than conventional methods or martial arts.


hIn this first instalment of this training program is focused on Michel and a monoplegia or paraplegic state in the lower body.  In the United States alone; 2.2 million people in the United States depend on a wheelchair for day-to-day tasks and mobility and 6.5 million people use a cane, a walker, or crutches to assist with their mobility.

This program was designed to empower and protect these individuals... we hope it helps you, help another.

Richard Emery and Kilian Forclaz would like to thank Patricia Perren, Michel Barras, Linda Emery, Serge Cina and Roan Morand for their help and support developing this method. Thanks also to Master Evan Pantazi
(Kyusho), Sifu Ludovic Delaloye (Wing Chun), Sensei Bernard Caloz (Aïkido) and Sensei Kazunori
Sasaki (Shiatsu & Do In) for the respective teachings.

Kilian Forclaz Rue de la Grosse Pierre, 1914 Isérables, Valais, Suisse.
Mobile: +41 (0)79 / 307 45 73 Email :

Richard Emery Route du Manège 59B, 1950 Sion, Valais, Suisse
Mobile: +41 (0)79 / 486 96 63 Email :


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