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The 2010 TKRI/Seijinkai Summer Camp was a blast- and boy did it ever go by quickly! Under the direction of Mssrs. Robert Miller, Harry Cook and Elmar Schmeisser, we plowed our way through timing and slipping drills, Aiki-jutsu-inspired partner work, instruction in core stabilization and corrective stretching, agility and reactivity drills, a lesson in basic Capoeira, a shodan grading, a sandan grading and a godan grading, a panel discussion on the future of karate, and a whole lot of happy jamming in the key of “thump and grind.” It was a great weekend with great people and great training. I think that I speak for all of us when I extend a huge thanks to all who participated, taught, and helped with the meals and organizational details.
The annual TKRI/Seijinkai Summer Training Camp will be held in Ferrum, Virginia from June 25th-27th. Our star-studded cast of instructors will be on hand yet again to put campers through the wringer:
Robert Miller, CPT CES, TKRI Chief Instructor
Harry Cook, Seijinkai Chief Instructor
Dr. Elmar Schmeisser, author of Advanced Karate-do: Concepts, Techniques and Training Methods
Campers of all training backgrounds are welcome, regardless of style, rank or affiliation. We hope to see you for another weekend of top-notch progressive karate training, friendship, tasteless jokes and beautiful pastoral scenery!
Friday June 26, Saturday June 27, and Sunday June 28, 2009
Ferrum Virginia in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Three days of training and fellowship at the scenic and secluded mountainside Kitterman Farm and TKRI-VA headquarters in Ferrum, VA
For more information and a schedule of events for the weekend click here.
The Missouri and Virginia branches of the Traditional Karate Research Institute are pleased to announce the upcoming:
TKRI/Seijinkai Summer Gasshuku
June 26, 27 and 28, 2009
For the 4th year running, the camp will feature a trio of the finest karate instructors around:
Details will be posted soon to this blog and to http://www.tkri.net. If you can make it, we always welcome new campers regardless of style, rank, or affiliation. Join us for 3 days of training and camping in the pastoral setting of a private farm in the Blue Ridge Mountains, with plenty of karate, food, music, good people and bad jokes!