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* Pia Waugh - Shaolin Gung Fu, have also trained in Go Ju Ryu Karate, and dabbled in Judo and Filipino stick fighting and a whole schwag of weapons (mostly pole). I'll be bringing some fire twirling chains and Poi for fun :)
* Pia Waugh - Shaolin Gung Fu, have also trained in Go Ju Ryu Karate, and dabbled in Judo and Filipino stick fighting and a whole schwag of weapons (mostly pole). I'll be bringing some fire twirling chains and Poi for fun :)
* Sam Vilain - currently training in [http://kungfu.co.nz/ Chan's Martial Arts] (Chinese Kung Fu, with some small circle Jujitsu and other styles) and the associated [http://taichichuan.co.nz/ Sing Ong Tai Chi] (Yang family -> Cheng Man Ching -> Huang Sheng Shyan -> Yek Sing Ong). Not advanced enough yet for weapons training with these schools :). Both of these schools have branches in Australia (Sydney, and a Kung Fu-only branch in Melbourne).
* Sam Vilain - currently training in [http://kungfu.co.nz/ Chan's Martial Arts] (Chinese Kung Fu, with some small circle Jujitsu and other styles) and the associated [http://taichichuan.co.nz/ Sing Ong Tai Chi] (Yang family -> Cheng Man Ching -> Huang Sheng Shyan -> Yek Sing Ong). Not advanced enough yet for weapons training with these schools :). Both of these schools have branches in Australia (Sydney, and a Kung Fu-only branch in Melbourne).
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* Julian Carver - Aikido on and of for the last 20 years, some full contact Karate prior to that. Interested in the relationship between Aikido, approaches to peace/conflict resolution, and 'open' business/software/government philosophy.

Revision as of 09:32, 15 January 2010

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  • Ian Beardslee - Zen Do Kai, also dabbled in Kick Boxing, Brazilian Jiu Jutsu, Aikido and Judo. I will be bringing some poles.
  • Pia Waugh - Shaolin Gung Fu, have also trained in Go Ju Ryu Karate, and dabbled in Judo and Filipino stick fighting and a whole schwag of weapons (mostly pole). I'll be bringing some fire twirling chains and Poi for fun :)
  • Sam Vilain - currently training in Chan's Martial Arts (Chinese Kung Fu, with some small circle Jujitsu and other styles) and the associated Sing Ong Tai Chi (Yang family -> Cheng Man Ching -> Huang Sheng Shyan -> Yek Sing Ong). Not advanced enough yet for weapons training with these schools :). Both of these schools have branches in Australia (Sydney, and a Kung Fu-only branch in Melbourne).
  • Julian Carver - Aikido on and of for the last 20 years, some full contact Karate prior to that. Interested in the relationship between Aikido, approaches to peace/conflict resolution, and 'open' business/software/government philosophy.