It has been a long time since I was last at my school in Windsor. Life has been very, very busy for Master Scott and I here in Brasov Romania. Aside from running a small adult student only school here I have been focusing very hard on one of my great passions.
Teaching and promoting Kyusho Jitsu.
I began training in the art and science of Kyusho Jitsu about 2002. It caused a great revolution and much change in the art we teach our adult students today. This study of pressure points was and is a great journey for me!
Recently I was in Spain teaching a Kyusho seminar, and will be returning there are to do another next year. I have great plans for seminar in Europe, where nothing is really very far away. I have not written several more books on pressure points and you can see them all online. We founded a new organization, and Alliance of pressure point students to held promote and establish a method of teaching that will assure linear learning of the most critical of the knowledge.
Master Scott is of course at my side! Currently Kara is here with me in Brasov enjoying a much deserved vacation. And yes we talk a lot of business too! Next summer we are planning a very BIG seminar weekend here for anyone wishing to attend!
Talk to Kara for more information when she returns!
On the past weekend, Saturday June 17th 2017 Grand Master Art Mason was in Benidorm Spain conducting a pressure point / kyusho jitsu seminar. Kyusho Jitsu is a very important part of our system here at Art Mason’s Peaceful Warriors Martial Arts, and so this seminar is also very important for out school!
There is a gallery of pictures from the seminar available from the link below, and also a short video below as well! Please visit the gallery on Facebook and like the page if you have not yet done so!
Picture Gallery Below!
Kyusho Jitsu Seminar July 2018 in Brasov Romania! This seminar will feature several amazing teachers. For more information on attending the Romanian Martial Arts Training Camp follow the link below!
The Warrior’s Path Award is something new at Art Mason’s Peaceful Warriors’ Martial Arts that will be presented to one Junior student and one Senior student each March, June, September and December.
We view all of our students as successful martial artist with warrior spirit, however there are always individuals who put forth that extra effort and level of dedication that merits recognition. The candidates will be nominated and voted on by the teaching staff and the final decision will be made by Master Art Mason and Master Scott Mason.
We encourage all students to train and develop themselves not for awards or public recognition, but to become strong, confident and productive members of the school and society. This is a very exciting aware for
our school and will truly show the Student Creed and our 6 Tenets at work! March’s Warriors Path Awards go to:
Grading Day is a very important day n the life of a martial arts student. They way I have our system setup a student has a grading approximately ever 3 months depending on attendance and performance. It takes about 3 1/2 years to get to our “assistant” Black Belt and then another year to 1st Dan Black Belt.
Students are well prepared and very pumped up for the day ahead. The grading get more difficult and time consuming as rank progresses.
This past Saturday we had 2 graders. I 9 out of 10 times am watching the grading in Windsor via Skype and this was no exception. Both gentlemen had a excellent day!
On Saturday morning our school’s co founder was in town for a VERY rare and special appearance doing a seminar for adult members and guests. It has been several years since Master Curt Mason, 7th Dan Black Belt and co founder of our school Art Mason’s Peaceful Warriors’ Martial Art as well as co founder of our style Hon Sa Mu Sa Hapkido has been on the floor teaching.
Now I watch via Skype for about 60minutes as he took the class from some of our basics. For those of you who missed I am sorry, but I have no idea when or if this chance will arise again as he is opening a commercial dojo in Sudbury and that is a full time plus job!
My thanks to those who participated to make this another great event at out school!
The question has be asked of me when I will next be in Windsor on the floor teaching. Things here are right now very busy so I don’t have an answer for that question. it is will some time yet.