Beyond the mystery and the myths the TRUTH about DIM MAK. Finally clear and simple explanations that will be of interest to ALL martial artists. The 26 Most Effective Dim Mak points (The most vulnerable and weak anatomical locations on the human body). Strikes to these acupuncture points cause maximum effect with minimum effort. The knowledge of these points will transform and elevate your martial from a good system to a great martial art.
*** Whatever your martial arts style - you need this ! ***
Paul Brecher BA FAcS MPCHM
Principal of The College of Chinese Medicine
Founder and Chief Instructor of
The College of Chinese Martial Arts
Paul began training in the Chinese martial and healing arts at the age of ten in 1977 and has been teaching since 1988.
At The College of Chinese Martial Arts he teaches:
Tai Chi Chuan (Taiji Quan)
Pa Kua Chang (Bagua Zhang)
Wutang Shan Chuan (Wudang Shan Quan)
Chi Kung (Qi Gong) and Taoist Meditation techniques.
At The College of Chinese of Chinese Medicine he teaches:
Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine (TCM)
Paul has written twelve books on the Chinese martial and healing arts:
Principles of Tai Chi – Published by Thorsons/Harper Collins in 1997.
Way of The Spiritual Warrior – Published by Thorsons/Harper Collins in 1998.
Tai Chi Directions – Published by Thorsons/Harper Collins in 2000.
Secrets Of Energy Work – Published by Dorling Kindersley in 2001
Tai Chi Fighting and Healing – Published by Jedzac Books 2002
The Principles of Bagua – Published by Jedzac Books 2006
Practical TCM – Published by CCM Press 2009
TCM Clinical Reference – Published by CCM Press 2009
College of Chinese Martial Arts Training Manual–Published CCMA Press 2009
A Taoist Way of The Life – Published by CCMA Press 2012
Taoist Sexual Kung Fu – Published by CCMA Press 2013
Dim Mak for Martial Arts – Published by CCMA Press 2014
Many of his books have been translated into several different languages for the international market, and he has sold over 100,000 books worldwide, including mainland China.
He has appeared on TV numerous times: Sky TV, BBC, Discovery Channel, Live TV and UK Gold.
He has been invited onto LBC Radio many times and interviewed by the Express Newspaper. He was editor of the English language version of the Chinese government's famous health promoting Chi Kung book Knocking at the Gate of Life. And he wrote the sections on Chinese Martial Arts, Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine for The Rough Guide to China.