Bukido
Dim Mak

The purpose of this course is to provide a well explained and safe way to introduce the use of pressure points in martial arts and/or self-defence.
Kyusho Jitsu is a modern Japanese name, given by Hohan Soken to a system which was developed in the 13th century in China, based on the theory acupuncture and the energetic approach of Chi Gung.
It is all based on the Eastern approach of energy through the meridians, Yin and Yang, the Five Elements, etc…
But also the Western approach has an explanation which we mostly find in how the nervous system works.
The difference between Kyusho Jitsu and Dim Mak is mainly in the energetic way pressure points are activated by mainly using kinetic energy Fa Jin which originates from Chi Gung.
Both aspects will be explained in this course. The course runs over 3 days.
Minimum takers 6, maximum 20.
For more details, contact John.

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During this seminar John Piket Hanshi will be teaching Aikido and Aiki Jujitsu for all members of sport club Dun Hong.At this club John started his Aikido and Ju Jitsu career.

8-9 May 2021
Refresher course Juliandorp, Netherlands

Next course in Uk: Next course in Holland: Next course in Germany: 19-21 March 2021 Euskirchen

This course is special for people who have passed the Kyusho Jitsu and Dim Mak course.This course is for the ones who want to update their skills before attending the Dan grade course

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12 June 2021
Pan Asian Martial Arts seminar , Euskirchen, Germany

*3-Day Dim Mak course

This is a the follow up course of the Kyusho Jitsu course. After passing the exam with good results, you will be awarded 1st Dan in Dim Mak, This course is open for any discipline in martial arts. The Kyusho Jitsu course is a pre-requirement.
In this course we'll have a closer look into the subjects of the Kyusho Jitsu course. Also we will have a look into the healing side of Dim Mak.

During this weekend martial arts will be taught from Japan, Korea and China This seminar is open to all styles. The main purpose is to show the similarities of these arts. Also to show what each is and learn from each other

Next course in Germany: 28-30 May 2021, Reinfeld Next course in Holland: 9-11 April 2021