Tag: pressure points

Synchronization

Synchronization

December 9, 2016 | By | Add a Comment

  Brainwave Synchronization Improves Physical and Mental Health The brain contains millions of specialized cells called neurons. When neurons send signals to each other, electrical energy is created that can be measured on the scalp with the use of a special voltmeter called an electroencephalogram (EEG). Brainwave oscillations were first measured by Richard Caton in studies with […]

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Kyusho Discussion 18

Kyusho Discussion 18

October 7, 2016 | By | Add a Comment

  Sifu Richard Mooney With over 47 years of Martial Training in many arts, Rich Mooney discusses his career and how he sees Kyusho in both the TCM and scientific paradigm. You can contact him at rm2013@gmail.com   <iframe width=”854″ height=”480″ src=”https://www.youtube.com/embed/3LMfypAXH5I” frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen></iframe>         #Kyusho -ep

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Gock Ng Sing – 5 Star Drill

Gock Ng Sing – 5 Star Drill

September 2, 2016 | By | Add a Comment

  Five Star Blocking (五方向運動) Instant Access (after purchase click here) Ok sure in can be a blocking drill, and arm conditioning drill, a sticky hand drill…but it can also be used offensively and defensively (if you do defense instead of protective action). To explain this more clearly we will take a small pattern of […]

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Kyusho-DIscussion-17

Kyusho-DIscussion-17

August 12, 2016 | By | Add a Comment

    Michel Barras   Michel Barras along with partner Linda Emery, relate their novice experiences with Kyusho, just after and still on set for the filming of the Wheelchair methods with Kyusho. There are many important Kyusho aspects discussed for any level practitioner in this brief discussion… in English and French,translated by James Germanier. For […]

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August 12, 2016 | By

Previous  –  Index   –   Next   Kyusho 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 […]

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Cavity Press

Cavity Press

June 10, 2016 | By | Add a Comment

Not Point Press…  All Kyusho and Dim Mak targets are in deeper body cavities, not on a superficial level or even a specific “point” that’s just the way it is.  They are real anatomical structures that nature protects with overlaying muscle, tendon, bone, fascia, skin. Some of these are organs, some are vascular structures, others […]

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Kyusho a Style

Kyusho a Style

June 3, 2016 | By | Add a Comment

  Not a traditional one…. Yes Kyusho is a style, but a style of individuality. Style is a manner of focus, be it striking, grappling, locking, throwing, evasion, etc.. However most traditional styles all focus on the exterior of the body, appendages, head and trunk. Kyusho’s style is in attacking the interior of the body, […]

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Kyusho Discussion 16

Kyusho Discussion 16

May 13, 2016 | By | Add a Comment

    Kyusho in Law Enforcement So many times people make claim (without experience), that Kyusho cannot work in a real situation…that is 100% wrong. Over the years the real use of Kyusho has been 100% effective in protecting the practitioners. It is not always a KO that is used, it ranges from simple control, […]

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Kyusho Kali 1

Kyusho Kali 1

April 29, 2016 | By | Add a Comment

    New Exclusive DVD Offering: Another installment of the Kyusho Collaboratives Integrating Kyusho into All Martial Styles with recognized and renowned Masters from around the world. The Philippines has a long history of life and death combat. From ancient times to the modern day, the fighting arts of the Filipino archipelago have proven themselves […]

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Seiuchin Blood Attacks

Seiuchin Blood Attacks

April 22, 2016 | By | Add a Comment

  制引戦 The origins of Seiunchin are steeped in controversy and mystery. As kanji never reveals a definite literal translation, Seiunchin is mostly accepted one of two ways; the “Storm within the calm” or more likely  “To Grab and Pull in Battle”.  It is this later translation that fits well in bunkai as it consists of numerous grabs, pulls, throws and locks. […]

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