Most people cannot walk into a dojo and begin training in the art and science of pressure point self defense. Why? Because there are very few really qualified and knowledgeable Kyusho Jitsu teachers.
Plus most people these days have a lot on their plates, and not much time to spare. Life in the 21st Century is complicated and noisy! So how do you get started, get your feet wet, without spending a ton of cash, and investing more weekend time you just don’t have?
EASY – Enroll in our FREE Kyusho Jitsu Mini Course! Now it is not really all that “mini” because over the next several months you will get an email on average ever other day with a new lesson. So I know you are busy! How do you deal with this all? Also easy! Make a folder in your mail program and move them there, then set aside 30 minutes to a week to read them, more if you have time, and then when you are doing your training work the lessons!
Now I have another suggestion also! Aside from the Free Kyusho Jitsu Mini Course head over the link below and grab a copy of my Novice Pressure Point Workbook. Right now I am offer this eBook for $9.97, normally $21.97! This is 100 pages of charts and information about getting started with Kyusho! How can you go wrong for 10 bucks?
Now, as I said join the Free Kyusho Jitsu Mini Course. Just fill out the form below, verify your email address and you are good to go! See you inside the course!
So how Dangerous are Neurological Knockouts? This is actually a relative question because it depends on the point you hit. Light touch for the most part in training is relatively safe. However nothing is perfect and here are a few things to avoid.
Aside from these points requiring some serious caution most will work well with little to no effect afterward on the person being knocked out.
Above is an article done in 1997 on the results of some tests done that Kyusho is safe to train in.
Here is a LINK to my Understanding Neurological Knockouts eBook
Kyusho Jitsu when it comes to self defense is a “game changer!” To learn more about the art and science of pressure point self defense join our FREE Kyusho Jitsu Mini Course Below!
Yours in the arts,
Grand Master Art Mason
I have been in the martial arts for a long time now. And truthfully it was the best thing I ever did for myself and my family. The reasons why are just too numerous to mention here!
All of my children train or have trained in the arts up to at least the level of 1st Dan Black Belt, as well as my kids mom. Now everyone is all grown up, but 2 of them are still practicing / teaching in the arts.
So the benefits have been numerous for all of us. But how? Because as martial arts students first, teachers second we have also continued to pursue knowledge. Leaving the ego at the door of the training hall or dojo, to continue our person development. This is why we have been so successful as teachers and dojo operators.
Our egos don’t get in the way because we know we will never stop learning and then sharing this knowledge with out students.
Over 16 years ago I discovered the art and science of Kyusho Jitsu, and began to share this knowledge with my students in Canada, then others across the world. Why I am so successful doing this? Because I know I still have so much to learn!
Kyusho Jitsu, the art and science of pressure point self defense is a game changer, and equalizer in the real world of escalating violence we will in!
If you are concerned about personal safety, or are a martial artist looking to improve your skills, perhaps a master instructor operating a dojo wishing to give your students more, then get started NOW with our free Kyusho Jitsu Mini Course.
You will be very happy you did!
Time for understanding 2 Way Action. First do you realize Kyusho Jitsu, the science of pressure point self defense is really a science. Here is a definition of the word.
This is how we study and learn as teachers and students of Kyusho jitsu. Science is NOT a DOGMA vomited forth by an authority like it is so often done today! It is the study of possibly and repeatable events or results.
The progress of Kyusho over the years has been very solid and steady. New things are discovered about the bodies reaction to stimulation all the time. This is why the study of Kyusho is so exciting for those of use seriously doing it. There is always something new!
Back in Kyusho’s humble beginning a pioneer of the arts, Professor Wally Jay brought something to Kyusho that revolutionized its effectiveness.
That was 2 Way Action! Today 2 Way Action is a cornerstone of the art and study, but sometimes people have problems understanding and applying it! Without 2 way action you will fail to make many things work!
If you watch this video you will get a deeper understanding of 2 Way Action, along with the lost art of visualization. This will help you immeasurably with your training. Hence making things work easier for you.
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The basics of Kata interpretation is one of many important aspects of Kyusho study. However, from a self defense standpoint there is a lot more! Now many of the very old Kata have some set interpretations and that is very cool! However, teaching someone to interpret something by showing them what it is, well that is not really teaching. Tradition is awesome, but in my view there needs to more.
Words matter, they are very powerful and they have BIG influence on your mind. The ability to defend yourself goes far beyond "style" and right into teaching and deprogramming certain beliefs some people can have.
Are you aware that the term "block" is wrong? For many people, not everyone, if you teach them "block" they will not ever do it under pressure. If you use the word "strike" they will be more likely to do so. Therefore, the best method to teach for self defense is that every block is really a strike. The very definition of the word block messes up the connection between the conscious and unconscious mind.
Block - verb -make the movement or flow in (a passage, pipe, road, etc.) difficult or impossible.
An example is using a "down block" better called a "down strike" to redirect the kick. Redirect and block do not have the same meaning!
So how does all this relation to Kata Interpretation? Very simple, you teach the student, guide the student into seeing things themselves in the Kata, and not just telling them what is there! If they discover it, then a connection is made in the brain, and this increasing the likelihood of them being able to use said technique in real life.
With that in mind I am in the process of creating a NEW video series on the Basics of Kata Interpretation. It will be 3 part series, each coming at different times. I have not done a video series like this in years so this will be fun!
Now we have an exciting video series on the basics of Kata Interpretation. And the great news is that it is ONLY $14.97! Follow the link below and read more on this greats series!
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Have a great day!
Yours in the arts,
Grand Master Art Mason