Yawara Kubotan DVD with Enrique Perez-Carrillo
Yawara is a thousand-year-old weapon originally used as an instrument in Buddhist ceremonies and whose martial use was developed through Tanto-Jutsu, wielding it without unsheathing in order to avoid cuts and hemorrhages. With the passing of time, this little cylinder has become an extremely efficient weapon, as much in civil self-defense as in law enforcement.
In this video, Master Enrique Perez-Carrillo, 7th degree Black Belt and son of the founder of Yawara-Jitsu, shows us the techniques in the black belt program (atemi, pressure application, dislocations, strangulations, sweeps and escorting prisoners), as well as a superior kata that reveals the multiple possibilities in the handling of this weapon.
Language: English, Spanish, Italian, French