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Advancing Kyusho

Advancing Kyusho

November 21, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

The new model We have continuously refined our training in Kyusho dramatically over the years with many realizations and advancements as  the outcome each time.   1. We went from virtually no knowledge (just wishful thinking) based on movies, myths and antiquated manuals.  We went through periods of linking seemingly plausible theory and alternate paradigms as […]

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IAMA

IAMA

November 14, 2014 | By | 5 Comments

International Academy of Modern Acupressure Gary Rooks has been tirelessly working in acupressure for over a decade mapping the human bio-electrical response.  He has helped so many depart from the serious issues that plagued them; from Turrets Syndrome to lighting strike victims. His system stems from the study of Kyusho and the full understanding of […]

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Prisoner

Prisoner

November 7, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

  “You can not get out of prison if you do not know you are in one.” Quoted from Wallace Wattles – 1910 Lead, Don’t Follow Good instructors do not try to teach techniques, they show you how to learn for yourself. Many profess to be teachers that can show you what to learn to […]

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Danger

Danger

November 3, 2014 | By | 2 Comments

  Careful out there folks. This is a follow-up on a recent post on Dim Mak, no one covered this as the separate and dangerous body of information that it really is, as they believed it was the same as Kyusho or used the acupuncture explanations, but it is very different from what is now practiced […]

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Polar Effect

Polar Effect

October 30, 2014 | By | 3 Comments

  Polarity… What is the Polarity…  Polarity refers to the electrical nature of the universe, but more specifically the body and brain via the nervous system. In an electrical entity you have the 3 main dynamics of positive, negative and ground… further broken down into sensory, functional and automatics via a conductive network. This does […]

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Whats Inside?

Whats Inside?

October 25, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

It is not what you see, it is what you don’t. Over time parts of the body, brain, etc, start to stagnate, atrophy and calcify in some cases causing lost functionality… terms are not medical but the essence is. We need to prevent this or at least slow it’s natural decay as long as possible, or make a […]

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Technology

Technology

October 20, 2014 | By | 1 Comment

Reinventing Education As technology advances our educational processes must also change and evolve, to not only advance with them, but to avoid obsolescence. Information technology is a very wide topic on its own and it basically extends to almost all parts of everyday life. When we talk about information technology in education and learning, people […]

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Trajectory

Trajectory

October 16, 2014 | By | 7 Comments

  Inside Job As we look at this photo of a bullet travelling through gelatin, we are allowed to see the very difference between conventional ballistic attack and that of Kyusho. If we see the cube of gelatin as the human body and the distortion as the affects of a ballistic strike on that body we […]

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Spidey Grip

Spidey Grip

October 10, 2014 | By | 1 Comment

  This is no Joke… For many years at seminars around the world, I made the joke about seizing or proper gripping for greater effect and safety using the “Spidey Grip”… but it is no Joke! Lets take a look at the serious side of this grip and how it will help not only your […]

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Iron Claw

Iron Claw

October 6, 2014 | By | 1 Comment

Sounds ominous right? Like a saying right out of an old Kung-Fu movie and long passed by in favor of fist or palm attacks throughout the Martial Arts. This is an older Okinawan Karate training procedure called Nigiri Game (Gripping Jars) pictured here and used specifically to develop gripping strength and finger conditioning.  We can readily […]

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