Pressure Points of the Martial Combat System

kasumi pressure point temple


CAVITY # 3,Kasumi. Name: Kasumi, meaning mist Komekami the temple Strike point: Extra ordinary point, Tai Yang. Location: Sphenoid or temple, in the depression about one inch posterior to the midpoint between the lateral eyebrow and the outer canthus. Element: Note: Will react as a soil element because it is surrounded by the Stomach meridian.…
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Tendo Pressure Point - top of head


Name, Tendo. Meaning; dwelling place of the brain. Acupoint, GV-22. Location, Found at the top of the skull, 2 cun (inch) posterior to the mid point of the anterior hairline. Direction, Straight down into the skull center. Angle, Slight angle to the back. Depth, 0.3 to 0.5 cun. Vasculature, The anatomic network formed by the right and left superficial temporal vein and the frontal…
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sonu pressure point - neck


CAVITY # 14 Sonu Name: SONU; also soku; translation, bundle, this indicates a collection of points. St # 9 or Renying, St # 10 or Shuito, Li # 17 or Tianding and Li #18 or Futu. Strike point: St #9 & 10, Li # 17 & 18, A cluster of points. Location: The general location of this area…
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CAVITY POINT Myojyo. NAME: Myojyo translation-forbidden essential point, which is the classic Qi Gung-Dan Tien, Qi Hai, and acupuncture point, CV #6. LOCATION: Classic martial arts on inch below the belly button. Acupuncture places it at 1.5 cun from navel. (note this paradox) all martial art charts Japanese, Okinawa and Chinese, place this point at…
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large intestine meridian pressure point chart


CAVITY POINT Teko Name: Teko: Japanese, translation into English is, a covering or to cover. Pressure point: Large intestine # 4 on chart below, PP name He Gu, meaning; union or joining of two valleys, Chinese call it Tigers mouth point. Location: On the dorsum of the hand, between the thumb and the 1st metacarpal bones, dors. Inter…
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kinteki pressure point near groin


CAVITY POINT Kinteki NAME: Kinteki – also called the Hua yin, Kan ching. The Japanese translation into English is, bull’s eye. PRESURE POINTS -INVOLVED: CV # 2, K # 11, SXC # 1, ORGANS INVOVLED: Urinary bladder, abdomen, testicles. BONES INVOVLED: Pubic bone. LOCATION: General (vital ) areas; K # 11, is 5 cun below the umbilicus, on the superior…
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CAVITY POINT Bitei NAME: Bitei or rather Bitei-kotsu Translation, the tip of the Coccyx. NOTE: not the acupoint named, Chang Qian or Wyelu. Meaning, Luo-connecting. These two point are different one from another and they are also in different locations. Bitei is not a pressure point in the legal sense of the word. LOCATION: The very…
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yako pressure point inner thigh


CAVITY POINT YAKO NAME: Yako, translation night traveler, also Yin lien. Acupoint name Yin bao also LV# 9. LOCATION: Four cun (inches) above the medial epicedial of the femur, between m. vastus medialis and m. Sartorius. One inch below the center of the inner thigh. DIRECTION: Perpendicularly or Straight in and upwards DEPTH: 0.5 to 0.7, cun (inch). VASCULATION: Deeper,…
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Yun Chuan

CAVITY POINT Yun Chuan. Name: Yun Chuan, Acupuncture name; Yong Quan, or Kidney #1. Location: On the sole of the foot just forward of center. Direction: Straight into the point. Depth: 0.3 to 0.5. Vasculation: Deeper, the plantar artery. Innervation: The second common plantar digital nerve,( Small Nerve complex). Weapon: Front toe kick, spear hand, one-two knuckle fist, closed thumb. Best time;…
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kote pressure point inner arm


CAVITY POINT Kote Name: Kote. Translation- Inner arm joint. Accupoint Per # 3 name quze meaning, crooked walk. Location: On the inner crease of the elbow (find the center of the crease, and move inward toward the body one half cun.) Strike direction: Perpendicular. Depth: 0.5 to 0.7 cun Vasculation: towards the inside of the brachial artery and vein. Innervation: The median…
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