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The last couple of classes have gone well. My back is feeling much better.
I taught class this past Saturday. With it being the day before a major holiday, only two other people showed up, and we only trained for an hour and a half, rather than three hours. I went over the basic jo strikes and then the first two kumi jo. I taught them just like I learned (and drilled incessantly) at the instructors seminar.
I should be going to class tonight, but I have a bunch of things I need to do around the house. So, I'll go on Thursday. I'll miss Saturday again because I'm helping my best friend and his wife and baby move.