The Washindo College, led by Colin Reeve, practises, at its essence, an eminent non-aggressive martial art that teaches not how to fight, but how to live without having to fight. This art empowers practitioners to success – not through aggressive behaviour, physical strength or domination, but through stimulating one to play in the field of full awareness.
We practise coming aware of, blending with and leading energy from wherever it comes, in all its forms or disguises and to skilfully disarm and transform it.
With constant movement, development and interplay of mind, body and emotion and never becoming stuck on or fragmented from an idea, we become fully awake and respond to the truth of the moment. We practice ‘Fit for Life’ – integrating all of our resources, skills and experiences to help us live the lives we want to live.
Community through artistry & grace.