Psychology



The renown and traditional combat sports and their respective self-defense interpretations provide traditional mental approaches, that had their validity in past eras, however were never ‚refurbished‘ in order to guarantee contemporary approaches for an up-to-date martial art and their contents.
Topic questions as: ‚Why self-defense at all? When does self-defense actually begin?‘ are questions that cover the ‚external‘ contents of the martial art. But how about the ‚internal‘ contents of a martial art?
Here questions like: ‚How do I deal with my fears? How do I develop a better feeling for perception (also intellectual) through physical workout? How do I behave physically and mentally under stress? How do I deal with situations? How do I motivate myself continuously in regards to training objectives? How do I install higher training objectives by myself?‘ are on the daily training agenda in the Wing Tsun & Escrima training lessons, which by focused tackling of these subjects quickly removes the focus away from mere self-defense towards a body & motion development, that will finally become self-defense when the situation arises. Effective and efficient self-defense quasi as byproduct (or almost spin-off product) of intensive physical education!
The knowledge to be conveyed, that the mental approach of a ‚oneself intelligently moving‘ the capability for self defense is being developed automatically, in order to prevent a physical and intellectual blockade through mentally wrong thinking in pure self-defense terms.
These and further practical psychological approaches are embedded in the Wing Tsun & Escrima process by a logical and intelligent structure. They then provide a rather western and pragmatic approach unlike many philosophically Asian and mystically coined teaching approaches regarding martial art. But do not deceive yourself: a great many of these Asian philosophy approaches will be recognized, however translated into the occident!
Psychology


The renown and traditional combat sports and their respective self-defense interpretations provide traditional mental approaches, that had their validity in past eras, however were never ‚refurbished‘ in order to guarantee contemporary approaches for an up-to-date martial art and their contents.
Topic questions as: ‚Why self-defense at all? When does self-defense actually begin?‘ are questions that cover the ‚external‘ contents of the martial art. But how about the ‚internal‘ contents of a martial art?
Here questions like: ‚How do I deal with my fears? How do I develop a better feeling for perception (also intellectual) through physical workout? How do I behave physically and mentally under stress? How do I deal with situations? How do I motivate myself continuously in regards to training objectives? How do I install higher training objectives by myself?‘ are on the daily training agenda in the Wing Tsun & Escrima training lessons, which by focused tackling of these subjects quickly removes the focus away from mere self-defense towards a body & motion development, that will finally become self-defense when the situation arises. Effective and efficient self-defense quasi as byproduct (or almost spin-off product) of intensive physical education!
The knowledge to be conveyed, that the mental approach of a ‚oneself intelligently moving‘ the capability for self defense is being developed automatically, in order to prevent a physical and intellectual blockade through mentally wrong thinking in pure self-defense terms.
These and further practical psychological approaches are embedded in the Wing Tsun & Escrima process by a logical and intelligent structure. They then provide a rather western and pragmatic approach unlike many philosophically Asian and mystically coined teaching approaches regarding martial art. But do not deceive yourself: a great many of these Asian philosophy approaches will be recognized, however translated into the occident!

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