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Tao Te Kung Fu

When I learned to type I practiced the sentence “the quick red fox jumps over the lazy brown dog” because it uses every letter and

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Recording Sub-Routines

Without getting too much into brain anatomy, it is worth understanding that different parts of the brain deal with movements. We move most of the

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Traditions & Practices

Strength does not come from physical capacity.  It comes from an indomitable will. Ghandi Over the years, the martial arts have developed traditions of their own

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Intro to Martial Arts

A passion pursued with discipline and a discipline pursued with passion; both an art and a science. It is from Mars, the God of war,

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More Post Grading Thoughts

A grading affects people very differently. For some it is a positive reinforcement of their personal achievements. For some it is a frustrating comparison; they

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Ethics of Violence

This seminar will be in the form of a guided discussion, with suggestions of various ways of making decisions about ethical issues and expert comments

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Disarming Workshop

You could say I’ve been very lucking in disarming; mostly I’ve had to deal with two distinct groups, the very drunk and those with no

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Locks and Breakaways

There are so many locks and so many breakaways, from so many different styles, that if you learned them all you’d never use one when

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We have many articles on subjects from fighting techniques and strategy to personal development and philosophy.  They will help you to understand what we teach in our academy and guide you on your martial arts journey.