Sifu Patty O’Linger is hosting an Internal Arts workshop at the Academy of Martial Arts in early March. A huge favorite among regular PAWMA attendees, Master Shanti is gifted instructor and practitioner. The language and visualization strategies employed in her classes promises to be memorable and long-lasting.
Master Shanti Workshop
March 3, 2015 6:00-8:00
Internal Martial Arts Principals
Academy of Martial Arts
3107 SE 90th Place, Portland
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$45 in advance or $50 at the door.
Why should the kids have all the fun? Go register and save yourself $10. Click the photo for more details.
Doors open at 8:30 AM
Grappling at 9:00 AM
Forms at 10:00 AM
Sparring at 11:00 AM
Event ends at Noon
The tournament will be held at the Academy of Kung Fu on 21st and Powell.
The one big change this time is that registration is online! Click on the events tab on this page and get registered for only $10. If you wait until the day of, cost is $20. This is to encourage students to commit to participating in the event and also so we don’t have to deal with making change and handling money before the event.
Participation will be limited to 60 students. Register now.
Each year I go, I am reminded how much there is to learn! The Black Belts of Mo Duk Pai provided top notch classes in the theme of Tributaries. This year, student were given a series of classes in our roots of training. And the student sure did soak it up – kudos to all of you who made it through. Lots of sweat and smiles this weekend! Its definitely not for everyone, but for those who attended, I think they got the value in getting out of Dodge for a bit and digging into training. Good to know where you come from and what makes this Art so effective!
Want the details of what happened on the third? Here are three spreadsheets with all the scores from that Saturday.
I simply copied the names from the paper sheets so my apologies for any spelling errors. (Some people have at least two different variations on their name.) Let’s remember next time to have the competitors spell their names for the judges.