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Being Aware or Are you Hopeful?

Being aware of your surrounding means more than just watching what is in front of you. When you are sitting in a restaurant eating you would notice someone standing on top of a table singing – however you may not take notice to the amount of food on one’s plate or water/beverage levels of the…Continue Reading »

Special Recognition!

  I wanted to give special recognition to Master Jay Lee and his motivating group of Women Awareness Survival Program Instructors For being the first martial arts school in the country to offer this program. And to Ms Becky Claubaugh their W.A.S.P. Director and to the rest of their amazing staff from USTC for the…Continue Reading »

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Challenge yourself professionally

If you teach self defense or defensive tactics – you need to be at this seminar! No one gives a guarantee – I did. If you do not learn something new every hour on the hour. I will give you back your money!

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Hanmadang 2015 – The place to be for all Martial Artists

Hanmadang 2015 US Open Team work, communications and dedication are the words I am using to describe the staff, committees, and volunteers who helped organize, coordinate, support and manage this outstanding festival. The display of camaraderie, between the martial art schools was outstanding, cheering each other on, motivating each other in the mat and the…Continue Reading »

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Tips for Staying Aware

Tips for a staying aware. OBSERVE your own area and neighborhood; PREVENT the incident from happening to you In any confrontation – there are many different obstacles and issues to think of – The most important is you ingredient for your safety is YOU. Have confidence; be alert, aware of your surroundings, conducting your risk…Continue Reading »