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Kyusho Jitsu and Memory: How to develop Cognitive Strength Through Martial Arts
Kyusho Jitsu and Memory: How to develop Cognitive Strength Through Martial Arts. Kyusho Jitsu, the art of targeting pressure points,[...]
Evolution of thought and Kyusho Jitsu. How to develop power in thought.
Evolution of thought and Kyusho Jitsu. I wanted to share some thoughts on a topic that has been on my[...]
The Decline of Attention Spans and How Kyusho Jitsu Can Enhance Focus and Critical Thinking
The Decline of Attention Spans and How Kyusho Jitsu Can Enhance Focus and Critical Thinking. In today’s fast-paced, digitally driven[...]
Teaching Kyusho Jitsu via Zoom: When the old meets the new.
Teaching Kyusho Jitsu via Zoom. As martial artists, we are often creatures of habit, deeply rooted in tradition. This steadfast[...]
How to Learn High Level Kyusho Jitsu
How to Learn High Level Kyusho Jitsu. Kyusho Jitsu, the sophisticated science of pressure points, presents a complex field of[...]
Pressure Points for Emergency Scenarios: How to Survive Extreme Situations
Pressure Points for Emergency Scenarios. In today's world, which seems increasingly chaotic and unpredictable, where societal norms and the rule[...]
Power of Your Mind with the Reticular Activation System
Discover how to unluck the Power of Your Mind with the Reticular Activation System and walk down the pasth of[...]
Cognitive dissonance and Violence: Navigating the Streets and the Mind.
Cognitive dissonance and Violence. I am immensely gratified by the positive feedback received for my new eBook, "Kyusho Jitsu and[...]
GM Art Mason

Grand Master
Art Mason

About the Grand Master Art Mason

Grand Master Art Mason began his formal martial arts education on November 10th 1984 in the Chung Oh system Grand Master Oh from Kitchener was at the time a 7th Dan Black Belt Hapkido master as well as a 7th Dan Taekwondo master.

During his early years his head  instructor was Master Philip Hollohan, where he spend 16 years under his direct supervision. At the rank of Green Belt began his teaching career in the arts therefore creating a passion to pass on his learning. At the rank of assistant Black Belt, which is a probationary Black Belt level we still use today he began to run a branch school for Master Hollohan. During this time his passion and hunger for the arts continues to grow.

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