Qinna (Chin-Na) Self Defense Techniques presented by Master Willy Lin - March 25, 06

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Qinna (Chin-Na) Self Defense Techniques presented by Master Willy Lin

Qinna is the Chinese art of "seize and control." It is used to restrain
opponents through techniques for locking joints or muscles and tendons by
applying leverage and using pressure points. The techniques require very
little force making them especially effective against larger and stronger
opponents. In addition, the pressure of many techniques can be adjusted so
that they can be used merely to control an opponent or to injure or disable
them when necessary.

The techniques can be used to defend against grabs, holds and chokes or used
to immobilize, subdue, or control assailants. These are important skills for
when you are in close contact with an opponent and are especially useful in
law enforcement and other situations when you need to subdue an assailant
without injuring them.

This workshop is suitable for all martial arts styles and all levels of
experience, including beginners with no previous training. Don't miss this
opportunity to learn from one of the best!

Location: Jing Ying Institute, 1195 Baltimore Annapolis Blvd, #6, Arnold MD
Date: Saturday, March 25, 2006
Time: 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm (please arrive 20 minutes early to check-in or
register and pay)
Cost: $50
Payments: Check, credit card or cash. Make checks payable to Jing Ying
Institute. You can register
and pay on-line at:

Billy Greer
Jing Ying Institute