Teach a Kyusho Jitsu Class
When it comes to teaching a Kyusho Jitsu Class live in a Dojo there are systems you really should use for optimum success. In other words a structure. Often times teachers get exciting and try to cram too much information into their Kyusho Jitsu Class. Therefore overwhelming students, and eventually losing them.
Teachers often wish to impart far too much information too soon on their students. They worry that if this is not done the student will grow bored. This is the furthest thing from the truth! Take your time, and make sure the student really understands the materials
The First Lesson of a Kyusho Jitsu Class
In the first lesson you will spend a lot of time explaining how your program works.
Then begin to feed them some of the course materials. I suggest a 2.5 hour class.
You can go shorter, but do not go longer!
I had an instructor years ago who loved to teach, and he would get very exciting about what he was doing. The class would go overtime, and then attendance began to suffer. People, students have other things on their plates. Always remember that!
You never want someone looking at their watch! You want them to be surprised how fast the time went!
Kyusho Jitsu Class Session Breakdown
Here is an example of a Kyusho Jitsu class breakdown:
- Go ever entire program outline
- Resuscitation Techniques for Head, Lung and Heart
- Cycle of Destruction (Ko Cycle)
- Meridians of the Upper Extremities
- Arms points H6 and LU8
If you take your time, teach slowly and work directly with each student, this will take about 3 hours.
Kyusho Jitsu Class Example
Below I am giving you a sample video from one of my Kyusho Jitsu University Gold Members Live Seminars. This is edited to remove seeing the students involved. This is essentially the replay for those who missed it.
There is a very important path to teaching a Kyusho Jitsu Class. And when you follow this path you will find an increase in not just learning, but also retention of the student.
It is very easy to overwhelm someone new to the science of pressure point self defense.
Are you a Kyusho Teacher? I would love to hear about your experiences teach class and the results! Feel free to comment here.
And you also need some reference material to help you teaching classes like these! Here are 2 that you will find totally invaluable for you! The 1st is my eBook Kyusho Pressure Point Anatomy, the Gray's Anatomy of Kyusho Jitsu. The 2nd is the Encyclopedia of Kyusho Jitsu. Visit the links and have a look!
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