The art of war – it is a sum of having, collecting and storing a unique set of skills, experiences and knowledge; and using these in all actions that deal with Man’s primary task – to survive in battle or in any other extreme situation. This is why the art of war covers a very wide range of themes. It embraces various hand-to-hand and weapon techniques, tactics and strategy, the ability to provide first aid, the use of medicinal herbs, different pshychoregulatory techniques etc.

The tactical goal of practicing the art of war is to have the ability to survive in combat; the strategic goal is to be healthy and happy, living a long and prosperous life.

Techniques of psychorequlation

The ability to survive in extreme situations depends up to 90% on the psyche and only 10% on the technical abilities of a person. Hence, an important aspect of the art of war are psycho-physical exercises where the physical movements of the body are combined with mental practice and correct breathing – for directing emotions, to be able to momentarily switch from everyday life to so-called combat mode, and to withstand mental pressure and post-combat stress.