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MCMA – Striking Skills

MCMA members should know that the expression striking skills is a label that’s used to identify a specific series of courses. In this system, striking skills are defined as “1. a specific group of art form skills used to symbolize the process of hitting an opponent’s body or parts of it. 2. a specific group of combative skills used in the actual process of hitting an opponent’s body or parts of it”. As a student, your overall focus should not just be on learning the biomechanical events, art form events, or combative events associated with the striking sub-studies. Rather, your overall focus should be directed towards absorbing, accepting, and adopting the physical processes, mental processes, and/or emotional processes that are associated with the striking events.

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.

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