Monthly Archives: September 2012

Body Language & Unarmed Combat

The Instructors at Modern Combat Martial Arts teach the basic languages of WLCS, from a verbal, written, and physical perspective.  Lessons are in context with Basic Skill Development, and enable a practitioner to forge the foundations of becoming a serious tactical fighter.

A proficient fighter of this nature can determine which Principle Considerations of the Combative Process are being actualized by an opponent, and which are absent.  Once these considerations are seen, a practitioner can make an informed decision to adapt.

This is done through reading the “physical language of unarmed combat” and reacting in a timely manor. Where most are prone to shut down under pressure, you can learn to adapt with real considerations and increase your odds of survival.

If you are interested in an introductory seminar for the Principle Considerations of the Combative Process – registration is still open:

For more information, or to register, please contact Mr. Otto at michael.otto@whitelotussystem.com.

October 2012 Seminars & Workshops

The system’s founder, Brian K Leishman, will be conducting a seminar and a series of workshops in October. They will be held at Western Gate Martial Arts, which is located in Streetsville, Ontario, Canada.

October 9th to 12th
Workshop – Basic Skill Development Workshop
Daily – 6:30pm to 10:30pm
Registration is now Closed

October 13th
Workshop – Intermediate Skill Development
9:00am to 2:00pm
Registration is now Closed

Workshop – Advanced Skill Development
9:00am to 2:00pm
Registration is now Closed

October 14th
Workshop – Intermediate Skill Development
9:00am to 2:00pm
Registration is now Closed

Workshop – Basic Skill Development
Daily – 2:00pm to 6:00pm
Registration is now Closed

Seminar – Principle Considerations of the Combative Process
Daily – 2:00pm to 6:00pm
Registration is still Open

For more information, or to register, please contact Mr. Otto at michael.otto@whitelotussystem.com.

The Third left arm posture in the Guarding Series. Can you emulate this position?

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