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Old 07-27-2004, 10:36 AM   #1
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Frank Ostoff and Jean-Rene Leduc in Nelson, BC

Frank Ostoff will be travelling from Dusseldorf, Germany to North America in August, 2004. He will join Jean-Rene Leduc, Chief Instructor of Kootenay Aikido Kenkyukai for a seminar in Nelson, BC, Canada on August 13th -15th.

Frank Ostoff was born in 1957 and has been training in Aikido for almost 25 years. He has studied with Gerhard Walter Sensei in Berlin, Christian Tissier Sensei in Paris, and Yamaguchi Seigo Sensei and Seishiro Endo Sensei in Japan. In 1991 he opened the Aikido Dojo Düsseldorf. In February 2002 he received 5th dan from Hombu Dojo.

Jean-Rene Leduc was born in 1956 and has been training in Aikido for almost 25 years. He has studied with William Gleason Sensei in Boston, Takeda Yoshinobu Sensei and Yamaguchi Seigo Sensei in Japan. In 1992 he founded Kootenay Aikido Kenkyukai. In February 2002 he received 5th dan from Hombu Dojo.

The seminar will be held at the Nelson Dojo of Kootenay Aikido Kenkyukai at 213C Baker St. Please email aikido@telus.net for more information.
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