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Wing Chun Dim Mak
March 29, 2018 Sifu Garry's

Wing Chun Kung Fu Dim Mak

Wing Chun Kung Fu is a Dim Mak Pressure Point attacking system.

Pressure points are used for for Healing as well as for manipulation and controlling.

Dim Mak theory describes wing chun techniques that attack pressure points.

Dim Mak can incapacitate and cause immediate or even delayed death to an opponent.

Pressure point striking refers to martial arts technique striking at specific pressure points.

Wing Chun Pressure Points

In the Human Body pressure points can be manipulated to accelerate the natural healing process.

Dim Mak can be used to cause detriment, from nausea to unconsciousness to death.

Pressure Points are the size of a match head.

Comprehensive understanding of Pressure Point location is essential.

Be Aware!

If you undertake to learn Dim Mak you must also learning how to revive and heal people.

For every force there is an equal and opposite force.

"Healing" and "Hurting" are complimentary. Yin and Yang

There are some points on the body that are Taboo, as a severe strike will cause death.

If you stop someone's Heart, they are theoretically dead, but you can revive them.

Remember, you are responsible for your actions.

You must be aware of the Litigation and the Law.

There are always consequences.

Some pressure points are user friendly.

This means they can alter someone's blood pressure so they can be controlled.

Stomach 9 opposite the Adam's Apple on the Caratoid Artery is a perfect example.

A strike to this point will prevent blood and oxygen reaching the Brain and cause severe instability.

Dim Mak striking can cause physical damage as well as internal energy "damage".

Pressure point striking has a dual effect.

I conduct annual seminars on Dim Mak Pressure Point attack and manipulation.

The Seminars also cover CPR and Revival techniques.

The seminar also explains and demonstrates many pressure point locations.

The Seminar also explains the consequences, causes and affect after striking the area.

Sifu Garry  conducts Dim Mak Seminars annually at the Greensborough Wing Chun School.

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