Loading…
View analytic
Saturday, April 7 • 12:15 - 13:15
Principals of Movement for Martial Arts

Sign up or log in to save this to your schedule and see who's attending!

Feedback form is now closed.
The workshop - Principals of Movement for Martial Arts - will go far deeper than basic Muay Thai techniques. Dean will share some of the secrets he discovered over his 10 years as a martial artist, explaining how to pull energy from the ground, using gravity and rotational force to enhance strikes and make them more effective. Dean will review a brief history of the evolution of Southeast Asian Martial Arts, the basic Muay Thai stance and movements, an overview of "the science of 8 limbs," and finish with a meditation to harden the body and strengthen the internal organs. There is nothing Dean is more passionate about than teaching Muay Thai, so please come to this workshop ready to learn self defense, as well as some secret mechanics to move more gracefullly and efficiently.

Speakers
avatar for Dean Rosenwald

Dean Rosenwald

USA, Mixed Martial Arts
Dean Rosenwald currently resides in Santa Monica, California, where he teaches and coaches Muay Thai at the infamous school US Muay Thai. For the past 10 years, Dean has been consistently training and fighting in this style of martial arts. He has been an instructor and fighter coach for the past year. Known in Thailand and in Muay Thai culture as a Nak Muay he is currently an active fighter. Dean has fought all over the United States - Ohio, Virginia, and California, and has competed at a professional level twice in Thailand against Thai opponents emerging victorious both times. Having trained with some of the best Muay Thai fighters in North America, Dean is ready to share some of the ancient striking techniques, combined with a modern take on how to increase ones striking power and speed.     The workshop - Principals of Movement for Martial Arts - will go far deeper than basic Muay Thai techniques. Dean will share some of the secrets he discovered over his 10 years as a martial artist, explaining how to pull energy from the ground, using gravity and rotational force to enhance strikes and make them more effective. Dean will review a brief history of the evolution of Southeast Asian Martial Arts, the basic Muay Thai stance and movements, an overview of "the science of 8 limbs," and finish with a meditation to harden the body and strengthen the internal organs. There is nothing Dean is more passionate about than teaching Muay Thai, so please come to this workshop ready to learn self defense, as well as some secret mechanics to move more gracefullly and efficiently.For more information about Dean, please see... Read More →


Saturday April 7, 2018 12:15 - 13:15
POOL PAVILION

Attendees (21)