|Due to Popular Demand, It's Back!|
WOMEN'S SELF-DEFENSE SEMINAR
Mind, Body & Spirit
Kim Soo Karate & Asia Houston Network
Saturday, May 1, 2010
9:00 a.m. Door opens
9:30 a.m. Grandmaster Kim Soo
(Demonstration & Workshop)
11:00 a.m. Event concludes
Kim Soo Karate, 1740 Jacquelyn (@ Long Point)
Pre-registration required - Click here to register
It's not about the size or strength, but attitude and skill. Kim Soo Karate and Asia Houston Network will host the 6th annual Mind, Body & Spirit, a free women's self-defense seminar and demonstration. Participants will learn how to use leverage, momentum and vital pressure points against an attacker and how to employ practical, easy-to-learn blocks, strikes and throws.
What is Chayon-Ryu?
Chayon-Ryu (Korean for "Natural Way") teaches natural body motion as the basis of all techniques in order to promote power, safety, health and fitness. From this system, one becomes self-confident and gains self-esteem. With these components, one is able to fight the everyday enemies, which are internal such as stress, worry, insecurity, jealousy, impatience, defeat and depression.
Grandmaster Kim Soo
The 10th dan black belt and founder of Chayon-Ryu, Grandmaster Kim Soo oversees the Chayon-Ryu International Martial Arts Association, which includes 26 additional locations in Texas, 24 in 20 other states, and one each in Germany, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Saudi Arabia and Russia. Chayon-Ryu is the largest martial arts system of any style in the Southwestern U.S. For more information, click here.
Masters Sean Kim, Rick Fine, Carl Frost, Kim Geary, Ben Lew, Santiago Rangel, David Reid, Mike Solomon, John Stephens, Kit Van Cleave, Ph.D.
Alex Adams, Mike Austin, Jacquelyn Batisse, Marta Bechtol, Doren Bernard, Leslie Bonnie, Laura Brady, Charles Broughton, Jo Brown, Alan Bryson, Leroy Burkholder, James Clark, Graeme Cox, Jack Cox, Ph.D., David Craddock, Yolanda Cyrus, Angela Davis, Chuck Dial, Debbie Dillard, Elizabeth Foix Dunn, David Eastwood, Hector Esqueda, Warren Fabian, Shirley Gonzales, Richard Griffin, Claudia Hope, Natalie Hope, DR. Hsu-Bun Hsu, Kathy Joiner, Robert Kennedy, Loren Klitsas, Gigi Lee, Grainne A. Matthews, Robert McLain, Sydney Moen, Zeljka Momirovic, Mark Newkirk, Mel Nichol, Angel Ochoa, Alexandra Quevedo, Elda Rogers, John Rogers, Gabriel Salazar, Darlene Saunders, Jason Saunders, Diane Schattenberg, Justin Segraves, Ray Slomer, Lauren Solomon, Joe Sullins, Michael Testa, Dory West, Jessica Wheeler, Karma Yoakum, Ken Young, Aaron Zimmer
For questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 832-632-4334.
Asia Houston Network is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization created in 2002, to help build cultural bridges between Asian-Americans and other groups in Houston by offering greater educational opportunities to students. For more information, visit our website, www.asiahouston.org.