Women Empowerment | FREE Women Self-Defense Seminar

The Jiu-Jitsu Self-Defense System for Women



December 3, 2014

Techniques that can save your life

In response to an attack that took place in Quincy, MA, the Institute of Combative Arts is offering a free women’s self-defense seminar. This special 1-hour seminar is designed for first-time self-defense students and will teach participants critical techniques to address the following scenarios:

– How to break free from an attacker who grabs you without warning.

– How to avoid being taken to the ground by a determined attacker.

– How to escape from underneath an attacker pinning you to the ground.

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

6pm – 7pm

Details: Absolutely no experience is necessary. This seminar is designed for first-time students and is suitable for ages 13 and up (Note: girls under 18 must be accompanied by an adult). Please wear comfortable workout attire.

Instructors: David Chan & Susie Melchionda

Cost: FREE but you must RSVP in advance to save your spot!

E-mail: instituteofcombativearts@gmail.com, or call (617) 657-4418

Advance Bunkai & Kata Seminar | July 13, 2014 at 9 AM

Hi Everyone,

This is a reminder, we are hosting a seminar. Senior ranked instructors from our association will be going over the Seisan and Sanseiryu bunkai along with Ryukyu kata. All brown belts and above are invited. Please drink plenty of water to hydrate the day before.

Institute of Okinawan Karate-Do
28 Chestnut Street
Quincy, MA 02169

Plyometrics Seminar at OKC Dojo

A bunch of us have just returned from an excellent plyometrics seminar run by Sensei Andre T at the Okinawan Karate Club.  We went over a bunch of plyometric exercises that can specifically assist the karate practitioner in developing explosiveness.  Folks from several dojos joined in and comradery ran high.  The instruction was really top notch.  Sensei Andre will be teaching another seminar on kumite soon.  Keep your eyes open for the invite as I’m sure this will be another opportunity to receive world class instruction.

Thanks to the Sensei Andre and the Stoughton dojo for having us.