Sports Seminar – Feb 22nd / Feb 28th
All sport and physical activity depends on the body being conditioned and strengthened in the proper balance: Strength, flexibility, stamina, coordination, speed, and more. Traditional Martial Arts is a centuries-proven method to develop the body in this proper balance so that you can build a healthy condition and a high level of skill and ability.
The results have been extraordinary. Already I am stronger, more flexible and more supple in my movements. I have worked as a flexibility coach to athletes of all levels for the past 10 years. As a result of my Oom Yung Doe training for the past 4 months, my body now moves in a way that it never could before.” -Barbara C. (Read more)
This February, the School of Oom Yung Doe will host a seminar focused on developing a strong condition in all aspects of the body, to improve performance in any sport or physical endeavor.
See videos of the ability you can gain through practice:
- Medford School (412 Salem St): Noon – 1 PM, Sunday, February 22nd
- Newton School (298 Walnut St): Noon – 1 PM, Saturday, February 28th
Attendance at the seminar is $20 (free for current students). Call 617-997-7699 to reserve your space or for more information.
Women’s Self Defense Seminar – Feb 28th
Learn techniques to shock an attacker, enabling you time to get away to safety. Learn how to leverage a woman’s natural strengths against an attacker’s weaknesses.
- Stoneham School (466 Main St): Noon – 1 PM, Saturday, February 28th
Open House – March 15th
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