A Kali practitioner looks at an attack such as a punch, not so much as an attack, but as an offered target to destroy by systematically immobilizing and attacking it. This is not too far off the Kyusho way of thinking except the structures we are targeting are internal as opposed to external. So by adding the more external art of Kali and the trapping, we are affecting even greater range in the human stasis. Kyusho is a study of the human anatomy, not a Martial Art (although it can and has stood alone as one), however its use with or in a Martial Art is natural, and adds greater dimension. So therefore it can easily and effectively be integrated into any style of Martial Art. The Kali practitioner armed with the knowledge of Kyusho can bring the Kali practice to a completely deeper perspective.In this second volume we will be bringing you the inherent or possible Kyusho Head Targets using the actions of the same arm traps as trained in the first DVD. Kali Master Raffi Derderian and Kyusho Practitioner Evan Pantazi - a collaborative film.
- Languages included in DVD: English, Español, Français, Italiano
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