Evolve Move Play Interview Episode #3 with Rory Miller
Rory Miller on Violence, Self Defense, Social Conditioning, and Fear of Death
Rory Miller Podcast
Rory Miller interview 2013 by YMAA
Rory Miller - Conflict Communications
Tony Blauer & Rory Miller: Convergent Evolution
Rory Miller Interview with Sensei Jason Gould at Emerald Necklace Martial Arts
Author Rory Miller Speaks at Hillsboro Bards & Brews
Evolve Move Play Interview Episode #3 with Rory MillerThis one is going to be controversial. Like it or not violence was major feature of human evolution, to understand ourselves and the movement capacities we have its a vital thing to study and few people have seen as deeply into that world as Rory Miller. He has been huge influence on my understanding of violence human nature and movement for 10 years and it was an amazing pleasure to interview and train with him.
Rory Miller on Violence, Self Defense, Social Conditioning, and Fear of DeathRory Miller has 17 years of experience working in maximum security detentions, booking, and mental health facilities; for 14 months he was an adviser to the Iraqi Corrections System, working in Baghdad; he is the author of several books Meditations on Violence; we talk about self-defense, the false assumptions martial artists make about violence, breaking the "freeze" response, fear of death, fear of embarrassment, how a criminal thinks, Steven Pinker, the decline of violence in the world, the power of violence, human nature, and much more.
Rory Miller Podcast
Rory Miller interview 2013 by YMAARory Miller took some time while passing through Boston on seminar tour to talk about his teaching methods, his past books and videos, and his future projects. Rory Miller is the author of "Meditations on Violence", "Facing Violence", "Force Decisions", "Drills", and "Scaling Force" co-written with Lawrence Kane. He has also created the instructional videos "Facing Violence DVD", "Logic of Violence DVD", and "Joint Locks DVD". 23 minute interview by David Silver for YMAA.com.
Rory Miller - Conflict CommunicationsRory talks about Conflict Communications.
Tony Blauer & Rory Miller: Convergent EvolutionA weekend of mirth, meditations on violence and yes, violence. We are teaming up for this exclusive training opportunity. The weekend is many things: workshop, seminar, camp and more...it will highlight the 'convergent evolution' concept that inspired this seminar. Topics will include discussion, demos and drills and attendees will be run through the chronology of the event from being targeted, to contact, to escape. We will cover pillar principles from their program and discuss and demo how they synergize or augment. This is a rare chance to train with us, both and we're pretty certain our cumulative decades of extensive research will help you understand the anatomy of a confrontation
Rory Miller Interview with Sensei Jason Gould at Emerald Necklace Martial ArtsSensei Jason Gould of Boston's Emerald Necklace Martial Arts sits down with Rory Miller, self-defense and tactics expert and author of "Meditations on Violence." The two discuss martial arts and real worl violence: decisonmaking under stress, legal and ethical aspects of self-defense, conflict de-escalation, and the dynamics of fighting.
Author Rory Miller Speaks at Hillsboro Bards & BrewsRory Miller, author of VIOLENCE: A WRITER'S GUIDE, speaks and reads from his work at downtown Hillsboro's Bards & Brews presented by NIWA.
- Prevail #8: Rory Miller Round Table Discussion #1 (1 of 4)
- Prevail #9: Rory Miller Round Table Discussion #2 (2 of 4)
- Prevail #10: Rory Miller Round Table Discussion #3 (3 of 4)
- Prevail #11: Rory Miller Round Table Discussion #4 (4 of 4)
- Prevail #7: Miller’s Models of Violence
- Prevail #6: Violence Dynamics in Self Defense Training
- Prevail #5: Models of Self Defense Continued
- Prevail #4: Models of Understanding Human Violence
- Prevail #3: Self Defense and the Martial Arts
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