Linking self-defence practices, flowing from one move to another. Using the templates of moves from traditional Karate kata. Involving a wealth of hands-on historical research to reveal primal Karate's functional application, regardless of styles, affiliations, or rule-bound arenas.
This two day event
is being taught by Patrick McCarthy hanshi. He was awarded 9th dan by Kinjo Hiroshi sensei prior to his passing. He is the translator of the Bubishi - the Bible of Karate - and founder of the Koryu-Uchinadi movement and the International Ryukyu Karatejutsu Research Society. His articles and research are held in high regard, and this seminar will be very busy and places must be pre-booked. Last year we had to turn people away. This year we have more space, but don't want you to be disappointed, so please call 01626 360999 to reserve your places.
Saturday 30th June and Sunday 1st July in Newton Abbot, Devon. Come and join open-minded practitioners of all grades for a hands-on revelatory weekend of training. Training will be 10am to 4pm each day with a short break for lunch. Let us know if you would also like to come out to dinner on Saturday evening with Hanshi McCarthy so that we can book plenty of space. It'll be curry.
Costs for the weekend are £95 per person, or £75 if booked and paid before 30th March 2018. There is a link on this page: http://karateacademy.co.uk/karate_seminars_11.html
Single day training is £50 per person.
Groups are welcome, please contact us for discounts.