I think of the things that is in the blood of every martial artist, is that need to pass on the information, the things they have learned to other people. I started to teach, or should I say help, at the rank of Green Belt in 2005. My instructor saw something in me, that he know I would be a good teacher. 31 years later it is how I make a living.
Teaching Kyusho Jitsu is a very exact thing. So is teaching any martial art really, but Kyusho is not a full martial art. It is an extension to any other art. It is also very system oriented.
Some students are not ready when they think they are, some have been ready a long time. The better the “style” foundation, the better the Kyusho student.
I have been teaching Kyusho for over 11 years now. And I have been fortunate enough to be taught by the best. But being a career martial artist and school owner I understand what it takes to develop great teachers. Not everyone can do it!
I love the term that floats around today. The McDojo. Well thank you! That is an amazing compliment! McDonald’s is one of the most successful companies in the world! BUT…they never said their food was good. Me on the other hand, I run my school like a system, to create great teachers like I have, and awesome students,
MY ART IS, WHAT WE TEACH IS EXCELLENT QUALITY!
McDonald’s could have GOOD food if they chose too. But they sell fast and cheap, that is their mandate.
So if you are interested in the idea of teaching Kyusho Jitsu in your school, or in private I have developed the Level One Instructor Certification Course to help you!
One of the most important things with regard to these courses, any of them, is you are NOT left alone afterward to your own vices. We are with you all the way, as you develop and make GREAT students and Black Belts