Pressure Sensitive Nerve Areas Seminars
Pressure Sensitive Nerve Areas is a course designed to utilized certain nerves to disable or control an aggressive person without causing serious bodily injury. Originally developed for law enforcement, these techniques have been used in police departments throughout the US and have proven themselves to be an effective tool for subject control. The PSNA course is excellent for individuals seeking alternative control techniques designs to minimize damage or injury to a person.
Basic I - Pressure Sensitive Nerve Areas (2 to 3 hours)
This course provides information on nerve areas of the head and neck. Location and technique application as well as practical use of PSNA is covered. Hands on experienced is conducted as well as dynamic application.
Basic II - Pressure Sensitive Nerve Areas (2 to 3 hours)
The Basic I course is a prerequisite to attending this course. This course provides information on nerve areas of the arms and legs. The Basic I course must be taken before taking this course as the fundamentals of technique application are covered. Location and technique application as well as practical use of PSNA is covered. Hands on experienced is conducted as well as dynamic application.
Pressure Sensitive Nerve Areas Instructor Certification Course - 2 days (14 to 16 hours)
Basic I and Basic II are prerequisite to attending this course. The instructor Certification course is an intensive 2 day study of PSNAs. It covers PSNAs of the head and neck as well as the arms and legs. Medical implications as well as tactical applications are covered. This course also certifies individuals to conduct the Basic PSNA I Course and the Basic PSNA II course. A written and practical exam will be administered for certification as an instructor.
Defensive Tactics For Beginners (3 to 4 hours)
This seminar is designed for people who do not want to spend a lot of time in a martial arts discipline but want to have some basic fundamentals of defending themselves from aggressive or hostile behavior. Learning how to avoid potentially violent situations is covered. Learning how to try and diffuse an escalating hostile situation and to be prepared in the event physical action is needed.
Grappling Exercises For The Beginner (3 to 4 hours)
This seminar introduces students to various arm and wrist lock techniques. The format is presented in a contiguous motion so that students not only learn different restraining techniques but also to recognize when a wrist or arm-lock technique is being attempted on them. Sensitivity to this allows the student to preempt the technique from being completed and to employ their own countering lock.
Advanced Grappling Exercises (3 to 4 hours)
Advanced grappling takes the student from a standing position to ground fighting techniques. Reversals and neck restraints as well as holds that are very difficult to escape from.
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