HE HAD COME TO THE END OF WORDS. THE END OF WHAT COULD BE DONE WITH WORDS.
Talking about any type of training is almost as pointless as following it on a video.
Almost, videos are worse, far worse, they lull us into self deceptions of abilities unlearned and untested.
If we hope to be better Human Beings, in any walk of life, it is a much easier task if the vehicle we inhabit is both highly tuned and reliable.
There is a great deal more to the practices than I go over in this brief introduction and some wonderful benefits that I have not described awaiting us when we begin ‘Internal Training”.
We are fortunate that we live in a world with unparalled access to information, the Internet allows us to have similar training information as given to the most elite sportsmen and women.
The methods I use are not just from Kung Fu or Chi Kung, I use influences from Persian Zurkhāneh, from European Fencing, from English Quarter Staff training, Speed Skating Skills, how to Throw a Discus and how to swing a Golf Club, not that anyone could tell because they all share the same movements and intentions.
Once we see this our Solo Training lights up, we are never bored and always inspired to train.
This recognition bestows the gift that supersedes all other gifts, the understanding that “Everything we do in normal life is in fact training”.
TRAINING, WHEN, WHERE & HOW MUCH?
This type of training is better suited to a one on one set up, it is easier to keep focus and attention on the work.
Training is at THE STUDIO at the rear of my home, and I am available from 8am until 8pm 7 days a week.
The duration is approximately 1 hour.
The cost is a flat $20.00.
If you are interested in some more information or better yet interested in taking up the training contact me here.
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