New KunTao Silat training option-for PracticeLeaders only

KunTao Silat is a much larger body of martial knowledge than most folks can imagine.

In order for Gurus-in-Training to comprehend the intricacies and options contained in the first few levels, I have decided to offer personal training sessions wherein the students have the opportunity to ask questions and receive answers in real-time and also to have a video record of the event for subsequent study and refinement.

The price of these events will be a base of $200 for two days, and if you bring sufficient storage media you will depart with video, and the videos will be available on-line for PracticeLeaders only at $100 for those unable to attend in person.

The video above is the closing thoughts and discussion with Stephen Roy Parker, from Croatia who was the only attendee at my first offer of personal training here in New Mexico last Fourth of July. These events, by their very nature will be available to few people, but the videos will be available for all PracticeLeaders.

Since I live in a timeless world, those PracticeLeaders who care to visit can lock down a date of their choice with two participants and a few others can join in who are free on those dates.  It is critical for PracticeLeaders to have a firm understanding of KunTao Silat applications ~ so training partners are required for these special training sessions.

Some other concepts are spontaneously videoed during these sessions, like the one below that are part of personal training and will become available to all KunTao Silat folks. The application training videos will only be available to those attending and to PracticeLeaders for $100.

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2 Responses to New KunTao Silat training option-for PracticeLeaders only

  1. Steve April 9, 2017 at 11:37 am #

    It is my pleasure Paco! An interesting insight came from Stephen when he said “the first level is the advanced stuff” ~ which is true. But the most common missing link is the constant training aspect, which is what refines the “advanced stuff” over time and repetition until it becomes first nature. So. . . . in case I’ve been lax in hammering constant training as the adhesive in the KunTao Silat training program, I’ll endeavour to stress that point more clearly in the future.

  2. Paco April 9, 2017 at 11:21 am #

    Thank you for posting these insights into the KTS training process, Pak Steve!

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