Mary Stevens Athena Karate & Don Came Karate for Life Joint Seminar

Mary Stevens Athena Karate & Don Came Karate for Life Joint Seminar

Don Came and Mary Stevens. Saturday April 13th from 12-4pm in Abingdon, Oxfordshire at John Mason School Hall.

Don Came will cover how to create smooth transitions. Every technique, every combination has a flow, a pathway, and we will explore the line of best fit as it relates to karate as a system of personal protection and self-defence.

Mary will be mixing close-range themes from old and new drills as well as offering karate solutions to common problems in women’s self defence … understanding the underlying principles to access rapid decision-making under pressure. This will be ideal content for all instructors. 

Early bird price is still on so move fast …
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Event Details
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13 Apr 2024
John Mason School Hall, Abingdon, Oxfordshire
I am relatively new to the BCA/BCKA, I left my previous Association 3 years ago to pursue a more practical approach to my training and teaching. It was Iain Abernathy who recommended I give Peter Consterdine a call. In our first phone call, Peter came across helpful, open-minded and supportive to my needs. He explained what the BCA/BCKA could provide and how it’s run. I received an information pack in the post and it ticked all the boxes. It is a very professionally run association. The admin is run extremely efficiently by Dawn and Peter provides constant support and advice to all his members. The wealth and depth of knowledge in the Instructors of the BCA/BCKA is second to none. I am extremely happy I found such a humble and supportive Association.
Graham Palmer
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