This course is a blend of Chinese, Okinawa and Western martial arts developed by the instructors. Coming from different backgrounds, they pooled their knowledge to develop a more comprehensive martial arts program containing elements of Kung Fu, Okinawa Te, Combat Judo and western methods like boxing.
Instruction is based on forms (kata) and their analysis, extensive partner training as well as individual, small group study and exploration of presented material. The goal is to train thinking and analytical martial artists who can see beyond the confines of the course material and integrate them with concepts taught by other systems. As such, cross training and the study of other systems is encouraged. The focus is on civilian self defense, not on the modern sporting versions of martial arts. Fee is per person, per session.
Note: There will be no class on Monday, February 20; Friday, March 17; Monday, May 29; and Monday, July 3.
Monday & Friday
5:00-5:45 PM (ages 4-7)
6:00-7:00 PM (ages 8-12)
7:00-8:00 PM (ages 13 and above)
Jan 6 – Feb 3 (no class Jan 16)
Feb 6 – Mar 6 (no class Feb 20)
Mar 10 – Apr 7 (no class Mar 17)
Apr 10 – May 5
May 8 – Jun 5 (no class May 29)
Jun 9 – Jul 7 (no class Jul 3)
Instructors: Victor Martinez & Pete Achaval
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