It's back by popular demand!
Asia Houston Network and Kim Soo Karate present the annual women's self defense seminar taught by Grandmaster Kim Soo and the Masters and Black Belts of the Chayon-Ryu Martial Arts System. Open to all women of all ages, this offering provides important easy to learn techniques in a hands on seminar.
Cost is $10 per person.
The youngest 10th-degree black belt in the world, Grandmaster Kim Soo oversees the Chayon-Ryu International Martial Arts Association, which includes 26 additional locations in Texas, 24 in 20 other states, and one each in Germany, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Saudi Arabia and Russia. Chayon-Ryu is the largest martial arts system of any style in the Southwestern U.S.
What is Chayon-Ryu?
Chayon-Ryu (Korean for "Natural Way") teaches natural body motion as the basis of all techniques in order to promote power, safety, health and fitness. From this system, one becomes self-confident and gains self-esteem. With these components, one is able to fight the everyday enemies, which are internal such as stress, worry, insecurity, jealousy, impatience, defeat and depression.
|Master Kim Geary poses with some happy participants of the|
2009 Women's Self-Defense Seminar.
Masters and Black Belts
Sean Kim, Leslie Bonnie, Kim Geary, Warren Fabian, Shirley Gonzalez, Robert Henriksen Reggie Hughes, Ben Lew, Robert McLain, Sydney Moen, Mark Newkirk, Raymond Nelson, Melissa L. Nichols, Angel Ochoa, Kimberly Ochoa, Stephanie Ochoa, Santiago Rangel, David Reid
John Rogers, Darlene Saunders, Jason Saunders, John Stephens, Joe Sullins
Kit Van Cleave, Ph.D. Ken Young
Asia Houston Network is a 501c3 nonprofit organization established in 2002 to build cultural bridges between Asian-Americans and other Houstonians. Visit http://www.asiahouston.org./