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Da Shin

by Stephen K. Hayes 13 Lessons in , ,

This is an extremely advanced application of principles from the Gyokko Ryu Chu-Ryaku no Maki “Middle Scroll” of training methods. An-shu Stephen K. Hayes shows how to capture a knifer’s attack. Once captured, he then stays with it long enough to sense where the attacker is going, and he accommodates the attacker in a way that turns into an outward wrist lock takedown.

Decision Making Skills

by James Kentoshi Norris 18 Lessons in , , ,

One of the most challenging skills to learn in the martial arts is how to make decisions under pressure. This course looks at how to break down decision making into several smaller skills that can be improved, then used to create effective defenses against unscripted, unrehearsed attacks.

New Moment New Beginning

by James Kentoshi Norris 6 Lessons in , ,

The 5 D's of self-defense, our five step process for solving a self-defense conflict, begins and ends with Discern. However this Discern isn't just a beginning and end, but rather a continuous flow through the entire technique. This workshop by Shihan James Kentoshi Norris looks in detail at how each moment in a technique could be a new beginning with a whole new problem to solve.

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Da Shin

by Stephen K. Hayes 13 Lessons in , ,

This is an extremely advanced application of principles from the Gyokko Ryu Chu-Ryaku no Maki “Middle Scroll” of training methods. An-shu Stephen K. Hayes shows how to capture a knifer’s attack. Once captured, he then stays with it long enough to sense where the attacker is going, and he accommodates the attacker in a way that turns into an outward wrist lock takedown.

Decision Making Skills

by James Kentoshi Norris 18 Lessons in , , ,

One of the most challenging skills to learn in the martial arts is how to make decisions under pressure. This course looks at how to break down decision making into several smaller skills that can be improved, then used to create effective defenses against unscripted, unrehearsed attacks.

New Moment New Beginning

by James Kentoshi Norris 6 Lessons in , ,

The 5 D's of self-defense, our five step process for solving a self-defense conflict, begins and ends with Discern. However this Discern isn't just a beginning and end, but rather a continuous flow through the entire technique. This workshop by Shihan James Kentoshi Norris looks in detail at how each moment in a technique could be a new beginning with a whole new problem to solve.