Kuntao Seminar In Atalnta



CHAOS International Headquarters 11235 Alpharetta Hwy 118. Roswell, GA 30076. 30 Minutes North of Atlanta
July 27 11am - 7pm * $85
July 28 9am - 2pm * $50
Register for both days only $125
(CHAOS Members pay Discounted price of $105)

Participants will learn Kuntao combat drills and techniques -
Designed to supplement your current training styles and teaching
Master instructors, Professor Rick Hernandez and Renshi Pete Pukish,
Will instruct seminar participants in:
繚 Kuntao Combat Drills
繚 Sikaran (Combative application of low line destruction)
繚 Visitacion Knife Methodology
繚 Internal Power Development
繚 Close Quarter Combative
繚 Survival of Knife Encounters

In response to overwhelming requests from the martial arts
Community, Professor Rick Hernandez and Renshi Pete Pukish have
Teamed up to share the art of Kuntao on an on-going basis through
Their newly formed organization, CHAOS International. The
Organization will provide a series of seminars, workshops, videos,
Newsletters and an interactive website to its members. The goal is to
Supplement the current style and training of its membership with the
Extensive knowledge these instructors bring in their combined
Experience of Chinese, Japanese, Filipino, American and Korean
Combative and healing arts.
Professor Hernandez and Renshi Pukish founded TACSAFE
International which provides tactical training for elite government
Agencies, as well as Special Forces units, SWAT teams and
Counter-terrorist units on an international basis. TACSAFE has
Received critical acclaim and was developed from the combination of
The Kuntao systems along with the training and personal experience of
Hernandez and Pukish. (www.tacsafe.com)
Hernandez trained and was given the rank of professor
directly from Martial Arts Master, Professor Florendo Visitacion
(Prof. Vee). The system Prof. Vee taught Rick Hernandez was developed
after decades of intensive study and practice in Filipino Arnis,
Kali, Kuntao, Japanese Judo, Jiu-Jitsu, Karate, Chinese Internal
fighting arts, western boxing, Hindu Varmanie, Spanish fencing and
military hand-to-hand combat. Hernandez is the founder of the Jing
Shen Jie Fang Kuntao system. He also served as a Ranger in the US
ARMY, honing his weapons proficiency along with the practical
application of his martial training.
Pukish holds advanced ranks in numerous martial arts systems.
He currently serves as the Chief Technical Advisor and the Georgia
State Director for the American Jiu Jitsu and Karate Association
(AJKA). He has owned and operated Satori Martial Arts & Healing
Center in the Atlanta area since 1989 where he focuses on teaching
and training in the striking, grappling and healing arts. Pukish is a
Kuntao instructor under Professor Hernandez and they combine skills
to teach their individual arts in unique ways. Pukish practices and
teaches different aspects of the healing arts including massage
therapy and Reiki.
Satori serves as the headquarters for TACSAFE and CHAOS International.
Some of the benefits of CHAOS membership include:
* Certification of Membership
* Quarterly newsletter with training tips, seminar schedules and
informative articles
* Member only access to Professor Rick Hernandez through his website
column "Ask the Professor" - interacting with Professor to get
answers to technical questions related to the study and application
of the Kuntao system
* Downloadable information from the CHAOS website on Kuntao forms
and drills
* Ability to host CHAOS seminars at your location
* Discounts on seminar registrations
* Discounts on video purchases
* Pre-release access to new videos
* Quantity discounts for CHAOS International wearables

Become a charter member of CHAOS International and save on the yearly
membership fee. Normally $125, the fee is only $100 if we receive
your request for membership and payment before July 15, 2002.

The CHAOS website will be operational in early July 2002. www.chaosintl.org

If you have questions, call Pete Pukish at 770-521-1152 or e-mail him
At [email protected]. Or [email protected]


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