Annual Martial Art Seminar

May 5th - May 6th  

 
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Come join us for our 2017 Annual Seminar! Celebrating over 40 years of excellence. Our annual seminars are a time for us to share and educate each other in the various applications in the martial arts. 

SEMINAR SCHEDULE

SESSION 1

Friday May 5th 6 p.m. -8 p.m. Black Belts only. Event location- 7017 Fort Hamilton Pkwy, Brooklyn, NY, 11228

SESSION 2

Saturday May 6th, 9:30 a.m. -12:30 p.m. All ranks welcome. Event Location - 200 Wilson St, Port Jefferson Station, NY 11776

SESSION 3

Saturday May 6th, 1 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. All ranks welcome. Event Location - 200 Wilson St, Port Jefferson Station, NY 11776

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SEMINAR PRESENTERS AND TOPICS

GRANDMASTER RENO

Topic: Hoteikan Self Defense. Straight to the point effective self defense.

Bio: Co-founder of the Hoteikan System, original member of Army Judo and coach of the West Point Judo Team. Over 60 years of Martial Art Experience.

MASTER GARY RAZ

Topic: Combat Judo. While judo is known as an Olympic sport, it is highly effective in real life combat and self defense.

Topic #2: *USJA Promotion exams* Those seeking to test for their rank with the United States Judo Association.

Bio: Over 50 years of experience under Grandmaster Reno and a 6th Dan and National Examiner with USJA Judo.

SHIHAN TOM CARRANO

Topic: Ikken Hisatsu, To kill the opponent with one blow. Effective and efficient striking for practical self defense and or competition. Followed by King of the Ring. 

Bio: Over 30 years of training with the Hoteikan System of Martial Arts and other various styles.

BIG GEORGE MITCHELL

Topic: Hard hitting boxing strikes and combinations

Bio: Former Lieutenant (retired). Instructor in the transit police. Bay ridges most feared bouncer, and golden glove trainer and corner cut man.

SENSEI JOHN MORRONE

Topic: Gun and Knife defense. A combination of Kodokan kata, karate, and jujitsu applied to practical self defense

Bio: 10th Dan USA Goju, O Menkyo Aikijujutsu. 12 years of judo with Grandmaster Reno. 5 years of BJJ with Renzo Gracie.

SENSEI GLENN ROTH

Topic: Tameshigiri, the Japanese art of target test cutting. We will do actual cuts with a live blade

Bio: 4th Dan in the Hoteikan System of Martial Arts

SENSEI PAUL FARLEY

Topic: Hoteikan Jujitsu. Kensenzu waza the art of bone locking and breaking. Wrist locks

Bio: 6th Dan Hoteikan Jujitsu. 2nd Dan USJA Judo

SENSEI SERRESTE BARTON-HOSSANAH

Topic: Aikijujutsu. Practical self-defense with Aikijujutsu and small circle jujutsu principles.

Bio: O'Menkyo Shizen-Ryu Aikijujutsu. U.S. Kodokan Shodan

SENSEI GRALYN HARRIS

Topic: Winning competition Judo. Grip fighting, mat transitions, and quick attacks to establish dominance. 

Bio: World grappling champion (WMAG), regional coach for the U.S. martial arts team, former coach of west point judo, National judo masters champion, and national wrestling hall of famer. 

MASTER LUIS RUPERTO

Topic: Weapons "what if". Students will present Sensei Ruperto with an attack of their choice. He will teach the escape. (weapons included- knife, gun, bat, etc...)

Bio: Chief instructor of Kokoro-Do Ninjutsu. Trained under professor Ronald Duncan since 1973 and presently holds a Ruku-dan. Performed at the oriental world of self-defense. Former instructor for Dowling College in Oakdale Long Island.

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Seminar Prices

 $55 per session

$95 for two sessions

$135 for three sessions

To purchase your ticket visit our event brite link

http://www.eventbrite.com/e/2017-annual-martial-arts-seminar-tickets-32423168570

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