When you are engaged in Chi Sao with an opponent there are 3 reflexes which must become second nature to you. In this seminar you will learn the three primary reflexes, how to recognize and differentiate between them and learn how to properly capitalize on how your opponent moves or holds his structure.
In this seminar we will cover:
1) The three reflexes from 2 hand and single hand chi sao.
2) How to employ these actions in combat
3) Applying your chi sao from moving from pre contact
4) Combat applications
Sunday, March 22, 2020
East West Martial Arts
112 Woodlawn Road, Berlin Connecticut
Contact Sifu Dave Gallo 860-918-8919
Contact Master Keith Mazza 856-231-0352, firstname.lastname@example.org
Beginner through advanced welcome to attend
Checks,cash or credit cards accepted. Pre paid- $100 per person or $125.00 at the door. Fees are non-refundable
3747 Church Rd., Suite 4, Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054 856-231-0352, email@example.com
In this Workshop you will learn how to make your hands stronger. By developing your hand strength you develop a much better Lap Sao. Along with your stronger Lap Sao, you will have better controlling techniques. Better grip strength will help you with your Chin Na (grabbing and seizing skills).