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CHRONICLES OF THE DOKA#20 in a continuing series— 84 days in the teaching life of an American sensei in 1999, real people-real study  Police officer Mitchell, approaches me at the front of the room as I lay my black leather briefcase in the far left corner. He reminds...

CHRONICLES OF THE DOKA

PART 2 IN A CONTINUING SERIES I taught four hundred and twenty classes over an eighty-four day period beginning January 13, 1999. During that time, I engaged slightly over three hundred students a week. Seventy-five percent of the nation’s professional martial arts’...

CHRONICLES OF THE  DOKA       Eighty-Four Days In The Teaching Life Of An American Shifu In this blog I want to draw your attention to the practice of an integrated, holistic martial system by giving readers an intimate glimpse into a martial sensei’s life;...

ALL CHOKED UP By Christopher J. Goedecke The point of these blogs is to present the many facets of training that compose the great martial mosaic. In our dojo, conversations can be as broad as the dimensions of physical training. Because there are many conceptual...

INSIDE TEACHING

CHILDREN & THE MARTIAL ARTS—AN UPHILL BATTLE By Christopher J. Goedecke             More than ever, our children need a serious and sensitive approach toward understanding violence, aggression and empowering self-disciplines.  Never before have martial arts...

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