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BSKFI NEWS LETTER

 

 

Issue No. 1

How Champions Are Made?
One of our black belts, Shao- sifu Charles Dowda, competed on September 27, 2008 in an international rule kick boxing match held at Well-Works gym and fitness center. They fought 3, 3-minute rounds. All judges scored the card with a unanimous victory for Charles. Watch the video and be inspired to learn how to fight from one of our best. Charles has demonstrated that with practice, determination, heart, and hard work you can be a champion!

Self Defense Delivers!
Have a group that would love to create awareness, build self-esteem, or empower themselves? Let Bei Shaolin instructors come to you! Perfect for companies, churches, schools, family gatherings, home, festivals, or any event. Subjects that will be covered include safety awareness, safety zones, and violation zones. Your group will learn hands on techniques to include punches, kicks, blocks, and neutralizations. The cost for this convenient service is only $10 per person for 1.5 hours of invaluable training. Contact Fabiola 901-237-0672 or Sifu Kevin Miller 901-454-9696 for more info.

The Tradition of Chinese Kuo Shu
Did you know that Kuo Shu, known as Kung Fu in the West, means “National Technique”? It originated in the attack and defense exchange during actual combat. As the needs of society changed, so did Kuo Shu. No longer needed for survival, Kuo Shu is now practiced for self-defense, exercise, and sport. There are multiple facets of Kuo Shu including Shaolin Chuan, Shaolin Chin Na, and Tai Chi Chuan, so…

Are You Ready?
Are you ready to discipline yourself and push yourself to try one of the Kuo Shu techniques offered at Bei Shaolin? Maybe you are practicing a technique and would like to try something new. Here at Bei Shaolin we offer Shaolin Chuan for adults and children, Tai Chi Chuan, and Shaolin Chin Na. So challenge your mind and body to try something new!"Before you embark on a journey of revenge, dig two graves."

-Confucius