I've been learning Shaolin Kempo for some time. I loved it. Teachers were really good and some of the techniques are simply amazing. Unfortunatly, I stepped down from my training for a few years. And now I feel that I'm ready to get back to it. The schools near where I live are descendants of a different branchs of the quite large kempo tree. (Nick Cerio's Kempo and Jean-Guy Angell (a student of George Pesare's Kempo)). I know that Georges Pesare was the teacher of Nick Cerio and Nick Cerio was the teacher of Fred Villari. But the differences are amazing! For instance, in Georges Pesare's they don't seem to have animal techniques or any kind of "named/numeroted" techniques. An aspect that I don't like. Is it possible for me to still use and even "augment" my current curriculum with both style without too much conflict? I loved Shaolin Kempo so much that I'll regret badly if I can't learn new techniques.