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Datu Tim Hartman

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Greetings:
You are invited to join us for this year's Camp Budo to be held at
Northeastern Martial Arts Dojo in Chili (Rochester), NY. The event will be
held on Friday evening and Saturday, September 14 and 15th.

This years programs will be taught by three top-notch instructors:
John Saylor (Jujitsu)
Stan Hart (Karate / Kempo)
Tim Hartman (Arnis)
INSTRUCTOR BIOGRAPHIES

Mr. Stan Hart is a master instructor and practitioner of the self-defense art known as Shurite Kempo, one of the most effective fighting systems from Okinawa. Also known as Hakuda, this Okinawan style Kempo, incorporates joint locks and controls along with awesome striking techniques and nerve strikes. Mr. Hart has been studying martial arts for over 35 years and brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to his highly informative workshops. Mr. Hart is chief instructor of the Shurite Kempo Technique Association.

Mr. Timothy Hartman is a Datu in Modern Arnis and holds a Sixth Dan Black Belt as a direct student of Grand Master Remy Presas, the founder of Modern Arnis. He is the President and Technical Director of the World Modern Arnis Alliance (WMAA) as well as a Certified Basic and Advanced Instructor. Other influences on Mr. Hartman's training include Bando (w/ Grand Master Muang Gyi), Small Circle Jujitsu (w/ Grand Master Wally Jay), Kenpo (Paul Dye, 7th Dan & Huk Planas, 9th Dan), Jeet Kune Do and Muay Thai Boxing (Macaluso).

Mr. John Saylor is the founder and Executive Director of the Shingitai Jujitsu Association, which is devoted to teaching effective realistic self defense skills to martial artists throughout the US and Canada. A highly sought after instructor, Mr. Saylor was the Head Coach for the US National Judo Training Squad from 1983 until 1990 at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs and is a three time US National Judo Champion, two time Pan American medalist and 1978 1st Team All American. Mr. Saylor was also awarded Coach of the Year in 1987 by the United States Judo Association (USJA). Besides an extensive background in Judo and Jujitsu, his background includes training in Karate, Tae Kwon Do, Muay Thai Kickboxing, Sambo and Olympic style wrestling. He holds Black Belt credentials in Judo, Jujitsu and Karate.


Also, some of you have an interest in one area only and may want to attend
only one session (ie. for those guys only interested in adding to their knife
skills, you may only want to attend Saturday afternoon's session).

Please email me back if you would like a Registration Form.
Take care
Marty Noel
Northeastern Martial Arts
716.889.7330 dojo
716.259.7300 cell
 
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NORTHEASTERN MARTIAL ARTS PRESENTS
CAMP BUDO
A Martial Arts Weekend Training Event
With Masters John Saylor, Stan Hart & Tim Hartman
Come learn with the Masters effective Self Defense skills in Karate/Kempo, Jujitsu & Arnis!!

DATE: September 14 15th, 2001

LOCATION: NORTHEASTERN MARTIAL ARTS
Chili Paul Plaza, 3240 Chili Ave.
Rochester, NY 14624 716.889.7330

SESSION I : Friday, 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Stan Hart Joint Locks / Manipulations of Shurite Kempo
Friday, 8:45 pm to 10:15 pm
Tim Hartman Filipino single and double stick drills

SESSION II : Saturday, 9:00 am to 10:30 am
John Saylor Ground Fighting I
Stan Hart Joint Locks / Manipulations II & Pressure point applications
Saturday, 10:45 am to 12:15 pm
John Saylor Ground Fighting II
Stan Hart Secrets to Karate Kata (Applications) & How to improve strikes

SESSION III : Saturday, 1:15 pm to 2:45 pm
John Saylor Takedowns and closing the gap
Tim Hartman Filipino knife techniques I
Saturday, 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm
John Saylor Counters / Reversals
Tim Hartman - Filipino knife techniques II

This years Camp Budo promises to be an exciting time of training in effective self defense techniques with very gifted and capable instructors. Martial artists from all disciplines will benefit from the material that will be presented in these workshops. Make plans to join us. Attendance is definitely limited so that classes will be small, friendly and personal. Attire is casual and we recommend your usual workout attire. No special equipment is needed for Filipino Knife and Stick training, as that will be provided. We look forward to seeing you at NEMA Dojo for a great weekend of training.

TUITION: $65 / person if pre-register by September 12th ($75 after 9/12)
$30 / person for one session only ($35 after 9/12)

ATTENDANCE WILL BE LIMITED ENROLL NOW!!
FOR MORE INFO OR TO REGISTER CONTACT SENSEI NOEL #(716)889-7330 (

INSTRUCTOR BIOGRAPHIES

Mr. Stan Hart is a master instructor and practitioner of the self-defense art known as Shurite Kempo, one of the most effective fighting systems from Okinawa. Also known as Hakuda, this Okinawan style Kempo, incorporates joint locks and controls along with awesome striking techniques and nerve strikes. Mr. Hart has been studying martial arts for over 35 years and brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to his highly informative workshops. Mr. Hart is chief instructor of the Shurite Kempo Technique Association.

Mr. Timothy Hartman is a Datu in Modern Arnis and holds a Sixth Dan Black Belt as a direct student of Grand Master Remy Presas, the founder of Modern Arnis. He is the President and Technical Director of the World Modern Arnis Alliance (WMAA) as well as a Certified Basic and Advanced Instructor. Other influences on Mr. Hartman's training include Bando (w/ Grand Master Muang Gyi), Small Circle Jujitsu (w/ Grand Master Wally Jay), Kenpo (Paul Dye, 7th Dan & Huk Planas, 9th Dan), Jeet Kune Do and Muay Thai Boxing (Macaluso).

Mr. John Saylor is the founder and Executive Director of the Shingitai Jujitsu Association, which is devoted to teaching effective realistic self defense skills to martial artists throughout the US and Canada. A highly sought after instructor, Mr. Saylor was the Head Coach for the US National Judo Training Squad from 1983 until 1990 at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs and is a three time US National Judo Champion, two time Pan American medalist and 1978 1st Team All American. Mr. Saylor was also awarded Coach of the Year in 1987 by the United States Judo Association (USJA). Besides an extensive background in Judo and Jujitsu, his background includes training in Karate, Tae Kwon Do, Muay Thai Kickboxing, Sambo and Olympic style wrestling. He holds Black Belt credentials in Judo, Jujitsu and Karate.
 

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