Can you really learn Internal Arts from video?

I’ve been asked this several times in the last few days.

So, can people LEARN complex and difficult skills by video?

Yes, it happens all the time in many different fields. 

(even surgical techniques are taught by video.)

Can people learn from OUR videos?

Yes. We have many students who successfully study from dvd.

(in fact one of the more common comments from students with 15- 20 years of previous experience is that they learned more from one of our videos than from the last 10 or so years of live instruction.)

Can YOU learn from our videos?

I don’t know, Can you?

  ** Do you have the patience to pause the DVD every couple of minutes so you can practice what you’ve seen?

  ** Do you have the discipline to work that skill until you get it instead of skipping ahead on the video?

  ** Are you willing to do the work it takes to build these skills?

  ** Are you willing to do the work it takes to find 1 or 2 or 5 training partners to work with regularly?

In a dojo the training partners are supplied for you, the training times are scheduled for you and you have someone standing over your shoulder telling you to work harder and spoon feeding you new info as they deem you are ready.

In the beginning this makes things easier.

More convenient.

But the internal arts are not easy.

They are not convenient.

Ultimately, even with live training, you will need to step up and take charge of your education.

When you’re ready to progress at your own pace, on your own terms, we are here: