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I think last time I wrote an entry I was a forth kyu ... I am now shodan My word, just shows that hard work and dedication can actually get you some where. Shame it does not relate so smoothly to the work place ...
Had a little shot at teaching on Monday night, the guys seemed to enjoy what I did. Was very make it up as I went along, my intention for the first technique evolved into something when my uke ended up in a totally different place than I intended, but it was all good and on a whole better ...
On a side note if anyone knows of a good dojo in Milan Italy (I did the dojo search; I want a recommendation), PM me as I would like to go and see a friend but want somewhere to train should she be busy working late or something ...