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Kyusho Jitsu World Blog 

Here at the Kyusho Jitsu World Blog we have hundreds of articles and posts for you to read on the

"Science of Pressure Point Self Defense" called Kyusho Jitsu!

Please watch our Welcome from GM Art Mason! 

Check out our latest Kyusho Jitsu World Blog posts:

5 Best Knockout Pressure Points
5 BEST Knockout Pressure Points So today lets talk about neurological knockouts​​​​ and what the the 5 BEST Knockout Pressure Points. Now what[...]
The Martial Arts Punch [Sport]
Martial Arts Punch One of the worst techniques seen in the martial arts world is the current version of the[...]
What is the Dim Mak Project?
Dim Mak Project What is the Dim Mak Project? This is something I have not written on in a very[...]
Kyusho Jitsu Factors of an Opponent
Kyusho Jitsu FactorsThere is a principle in Kyusho Jitsu that causes some questions and confusion. So today I am going[...]
Pressure Point GB-20 [Gall Bladder]
Pressure Point GB-20I have been remiss! For the last several months I have been doing a series of posts on[...]
Kyusho Jitsu Power Principle
Kyusho Jitsu Power PrincipleI have recently had a few questioned asked about the Kyusho Jitsu Power Principle and therefore today[...]
Dim Mak Pressure Point BL-10
Dim Mak Pressure Point BL-10As I continue to discuss the various pressure points on the body, and what their purposes[...]
Death Touch Pressure Points
Death Touch Pressure PointsFor the last few months I have been doing a series of articles on various pressure points[...]
Grand Master 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.