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Old 06-10-2008, 12:24 PM   #1
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3 Sectional Staff uses of Joint Technique and Throws

Ground Fighting, JOINT LOCKS and Throws USING the 3
Sectional Staff,

Date & Time: June 17, 2008, Saturday morning,
10:00-12:30
Place: Union City, California

Description: BRING KNEE PADS...Continuation of single
twirling, form,
and two man sparring. Please additionally bring your
BUTTERFLY SWORDS. YOU WILL EXPLORE THE USE OF JOINT
LOCKS WITH THE 3 SECTIONAL STAFF.

Prerequisites: Familiarity with weapons
Instructor: Tuhan Joseph T. Oliva Arriola Senior Adept
in FMA and CMA. He teaches in the SF Bay Area and
conducts seminars worldwide.

Tuition: $75 (non-Kalijin)

Contact for further information: 510.585-5889

Joseph T. Oliva Arriola
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Old 06-10-2008, 04:39 PM   #2
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Re: 3 Sectional Staff uses of Joint Technique and Throws

Quote:
Joseph Arriola wrote: View Post
Ground Fighting, JOINT LOCKS and Throws USING the 3
Sectional Staff,

Date & Time: June 17, 2008, Saturday morning,
10:00-12:30
Place: Union City, California

Description: BRING KNEE PADS...Continuation of single
twirling, form,
and two man sparring. Please additionally bring your
BUTTERFLY SWORDS. YOU WILL EXPLORE THE USE OF JOINT
LOCKS WITH THE 3 SECTIONAL STAFF.

Prerequisites: Familiarity with weapons
Instructor: Tuhan Joseph T. Oliva Arriola Senior Adept
in FMA and CMA. He teaches in the SF Bay Area and
conducts seminars worldwide.

Tuition: $75 (non-Kalijin)

Contact for further information: 510.585-5889
In this tape: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4a5hYhXHeIo

The Fans are a female weapon. The 3 sectional is a male weapon. One is large and menacing. It is a form of Male Presentation. The other "looks" weak and defenseless.

The female uses control and finesse. She must use other attributes to make up for the "strength" of the male weapon.

Notice that over time, both students have acquired "yin/female" attributes of finesse, control, timing and rhythm. They don't need to "bash" with physical strength. They are laser like in their accuracy.

Joseph T. Oliva Arriola
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Old 06-19-2008, 08:46 AM   #3
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Re: 3 Sectional Staff uses of Joint Technique and Throws

From the 3 sectional staff seminar June 14th, 2008:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c4a9eHS3enk

Sincerely,
Joseph T. Oliva Arriola

Joseph T. Oliva Arriola
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Old 06-20-2008, 06:57 AM   #4
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Re: 3 Sectional Staff uses of Joint Technique and Throws

It must have been difficult to hold a 3-sectional staff training session in such a small area. If you don't mind my asking, what style is this from?

thank you.
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