Erle Montaigue – Survival Self Defense Series

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Erle Montaigue – Survival Self Defense Series [9 DVD – 9 VOB, 9 MP4, 18 Jpeg ]

Contrary to popular myth, the original purpose of dim mak was not the training of assassins. It was an intensive study of the medical arts that incorporated the martial arts, and its ultimate goal was to heal, not to destroy. True to the intent of the ancient Chinese masters, here is an undiluted, holistic study of dim mak as both a martial and a healing art. Included are a historical overview of dim mak and Traditional Chinese Medicine, discussions of the physiological mechanism and medical risks of acupoint strikes, an indepth introduction to the classical 36 Chamber training program traditionally used to teach dim mak and detailed analyses of the medical and martial applications of each of the acupoints on the 12 main meridians,

About The Author

Erle Montaigue was the first Westerner to be granted the degree of “Master” in taijiquan and dim-mak. In 1995 Erle was invited to study with Liang Shih-kan, the leader and “keeper” of the now almost extinct forerunner to taijiquan, the Wutan Shan System of Boxing, thus becoming the only Westerner and one of a handful of people to be taught the nine qi-disruptive methods. He serves as head of the World Taiji Boxing Association (WTBA), which has schools in more than 30 countries. He is highly regarded internationally as one of the leading instructors of the internal martial arts, including taijiquan.

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NOTE – DVD COVERS AND DISC SCANS ARE INCLUDED

MTG125 Self Defence A to Z Vol. 1 Level: Beginner Run Time: TBC Takes the novice right from the beginning. The most dangerous striking methods ever

MTG132 Self Defence Vol. 2 Level: Beginner Run Time: TBC Covering striking and the beginning of “P’eng/Hinge” How to strike with the most power and speed (fa-jing)

MTG137 Self Defense Vol. 3 (P’eng/Hinge) (Camp 96) Level: Intermediate Run Time: TBC Includes much of the p’eng/hinge training methods. Also information on the opening methods.

MTG67 How To Fight A Grappler Vol. 1 Level: Intermediate Run Time: Approx 90 mins Get the great internal power necessary for this. Fa-jing punching and attacking.

MTG77 How To Fight A Grappler Vol. 2 Level: Advanced Run Time: Approx 104 mins Fighting Techniques to use against a grappler. All scenarios are covered against good grappling methods

MTG11A How To Use T’ai Chi And Bagua For Self Defense Part 1 Level: Beginner Run Time: Approx 90 mins How to use both internal arts for self defense and for fighting. There is so much content in this one spanning two DVDs

MTG11B How To Use T’ai Chi And Bagua For Self Defense Part 2 Level: Beginner Run Time: Approx 90 mins How to use both internal arts for self defense and for fighting. There is so much content in this one spanning two DVDs

MTG248 How To Fight Against A Larger Opponent Level: Intermediate Run Time: Approx 60 mins Everyone has the same weak points. No matter how huge the opponent is

MTG50 Street Survival Using Dim-Mak Level: Advanced Run Time: Approx 90 mins Give yourself the best possible chance in street survival. Nothing fancy, easier methods from the internal arts to survive

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