I started teaching full time in 1968 for the Ed Parker's school in Garden Grove, Ca. I opened my own school in 1972 and have been a full time teacher since. After Mr. Parker died I was asked to start teaching at various events around the world. Going to these seminars and sharing my knowledge also has given me the opportunity to teach along side of, and listen to, some of the finest teachers of kenpo in the world. I have learned so much by watching these great teachers present their lessons. My questions are, do many of the people on this forum attend seminars? Does your instructor encourage you or discourage you to attend? If you do attend, what are some of the more impactful lessons learned? What do you think is a reasonable financial investment for a days worth of education?
I hope there will be some good responses.
Here is the seminar poster. This should be a great day and a lot of fun for a great cause. Feel free to print or share this poster.
For the kids,
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