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09-28-2010, 06:59 PM
I realize this is short notice, but
Minoru Akuzawa will be visiting the Netherlands and Belgium in October. The seminars will be held over the course of 2 days, both in in the Itten Dojo located in Nunspeet and another dojo whose name eludes me at the moment, which is in Brusells. Space is limited to 23-24 people for the Nenspeet seminar. If you have followed some of the threads over the last year you will have heard about "Ark" but not all from people who have trained with him. Now's your chance, there are still 5 places available.

Nunspeet (10/23 and 10/24) and Brussells (10/26 and 10/27)

If you're interested PM me for more details.

Note: For those of you dreading Ark's tendency to torture people in the conditioning exercises, there's good news. He'll be revamping some of the approaches, trying new explanations etc, with more emphasis placed on grasping of concepts. Those that look forward to the "burn," well I'm sure something can be arranged. And of course he'll give hands on time to anyone. The small nature of this seminar guarantees a lot more face-time than in the larger events. So for those that have already attended, I would say that it would be worth it to go again.

Brussels seminar will be at the ACEPO Dojo:
Contact them at the website above for more info

09-28-2010, 10:01 PM
If you readers are not sure what you can learn from this seminar, please read Upyu's 'Training body for the martial movement' There's a quick-fix for upgrading your ikkyo(at least as a uke). Even a novice can be heavy and strong instantly though it won't last long without further training. :) I think this is just a tip of a huge iceberg.

It costs to join this semianr, but I bet it'll save you lots of money and time for the right direction.

I hope Ark and Rob stop by Incheon airport for transfer to europe. he he. :)

09-29-2010, 05:00 AM
We hosted Ark/Aunkai two years ago in Atlanta GA USA.
Great seminar. Great man
Waiting for a repeat visit.
If you get a chance to go, you will not regret it.
If you miss it, you will.
Highly recommend. Go.