Lake Arrowhead Martial Arts Camp, April 2014

The 6th annual Lake Arrowhead Spring Training Camp took place place April 24-27, 2014 at lake Arrowhead, and included karate, tai-chi, qigong, kobudo, yoga and meditation.

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Deep thanks to all camp instructors:

  • Sensei Paul Billimoria, Aoinagi Karate Kizukukai Dojo (Karate / Tai Chi / Qigong)
  • Sensei Neville Billimoria, Aoinagi Ken Shu Kai (Karate / Yoga)
  • Sensei Jeff Day, Matsukaze Budo Kai (Tai Chi / White Crane / Kobudo)
  • Sensei Louis Jemison, Zen Bei Butokukai (Karate / Kobudo / Tai Chi Push Hands)
  • Sensei Jane Hedgpeth, Zen Bei Butokukai (Qi Gong)

Camp Theme:

Connect, Collaborate, Unfurl

Training included: Lots of Karate; Tai Chi training; Qigong sessions; meditation sessions and instruction; kobudo / Okinawan weapons (the Sai); Yoga; lectures.

For a summary of the martial arts training at camp, check out the highly entertaining rap from rapper Kennan B.

 

… as well as these photos:

 

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Brian is a life-long martial artist, athlete, and serial entrepreneur. He teaches martial arts and self defense to adult and teen students in San Diego, at the Full Potential Martial Arts dojo in Carmel Valley.

Posted in Karate in San Diego, Martial Arts in San Diego, Past Events
2 comments on “Lake Arrowhead Martial Arts Camp, April 2014
  1. Ken D. says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed looking at the photos of the Lake Arrowhead Martial Arts camp. It’s nice to see the extreme focus, that the students maintain; while doing their katas/techniques, etc…

    Even the younger students displayed full-attention to what they were doing, definitely they were in the moment. It’s nice to see such discipline within a group of all ages.

    It’s great to see the training included; Lots of Karate, Tai Chi training, Qigong sessions, meditation sessions and instruction, kobudo / Okinawan weapons (the Sai), Yoga, and lectures.

    In my opinion (IMO), all the training listed above is very beneficial to becoming a better Martial Artist, and the practices all complement each other.

  2. Phillip says:

    This was an amazing karate ghashuku training camp!

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