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UW - Madison (East Asian Studies)
Are you interested in the martial arts? Do you want to explore the origins of Asian martial arts, but are tired of the BS? I am a talented martial artist -- I have refereed and competed at national tournaments. I have blackbelts in Karate and Jujitsu (Japanese), as well as Taekwondo. However, what you will not find with other instructors is that I have a degree in East Asian Studies and have traveled and lived in Asia.
If you are looking for a coach to make you an MMA superstar, I am not for you. If you want to explore the connections between Indian Yoga, Shaolin KungFu, Okinawan Karate, Taekwondo, and Judo, then I can take you on an incredible journey. I teach old school (really old) katas and am happy to share my knowledge with others.
I prefer to teach with light contact and emphasis on kata practice; however, if you want to take it to almost full-contact, I am willing to go there with you. All classes are non-threatening and at your own pace -- individual or group lessons are available. Are you interested in the martial arts? Do you want to explore the origins of Asian martial arts, but are tired of the BS? I am a talented martial artist -- I have refereed and competed at national tournaments. I have blackbelts in Karate and Jujitsu (… Read more
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