September 12-13 2020 SKH Quest Center Festival 40!
To-Shin Do September Festival 40… New Format!
In our Covid times, you have 2 options for attending our Festival 40! You can sign up for five 1-hour Zoom sessions over Saturday and Sunday. You can practice what is taught in solo fashion, or team up with a friend as training partner at your home. Stay-at-home Zoom option is $100 per person. Can you have a training target (standing floor bag), 6’ bo staff, wooden sword to aid you in your virtual lessons? Second option is to attend in person at the Dayton Quest Center dojo for Saturday and Sunday. You will get 7 hours of training – the 5 Zoom sessions plus 2 additional hours of training – and we will buy lunches for you both days. Ohio State Covid-19 safety protocols will be observed. Personal attendance option is $150.
Phone Dayton Quest Center 1 937 436-9990 with your credit card number, or register through PayPal at email@example.com (specify on PayPal that you are sending a “gift”; do not click “paying for product of service”). Include your email and tell us on PayPal which of the options you are registering for ($100 per person remote or $150 “in person”).
Saturday September 12
10-11 am – An-shu Stephen & Rumiko Hayes teach Bojutsu Kuji no Bo #2 Dai Ni Ho (“2nd Method”) … in classical form and modern unarmed version. Open him up for strikes; cause him to move in ways that leave him vulnerable. Feint with a bo strike to the head and then quickly fire off a bo strike to the ribs… Feint with an unarmed strike to his face and then quickly fire off a punch to the ribs.
1-2 pm – Shihan Blast! Shihan Mark Sentoshi Russo tactical flinch response, Dennis Futoshi Mahoney focus; what is your intention?, and James Kentoshi Norris knife grab – is that the real problem? – each offer a 20-minute immersion into what they feel is the most important lesson they can offer today.
3:30-4:30 pm – An-shu Stephen & Rumiko Hayes teach Yondan 4th Degree sword kata Kiri Age (“Cutting up”) – Principle 2 – Combination attacks with disrupting rhythm. … in classical form and modern unarmed version. When the adversary takes the initiative and gets the jump in a strategic attack, slip his attack to the side while returning strikes at the same time – defend and attack at the same moment. Catch him at the moment of completion when he needs to regroup for his next move. The lesson of this kata is how to use timing and movement to negate the enemy’s attack.
Sunday September 13
10-11 am – An-shu Stephen & Rumiko Hayes teach Godan 5th Degree unarmed against the sword kata Ku-Ryaku (“Scoop away”)… in classical form and modern unarmed version. Move at just the right moment into just the right space so as to negate the aggressor’s speed, power, and leverage. The weapon has moved against you, and you fit in and secure it. Use positioning, leverage, and his stiff resistance to turn the aggressor’s strength advantage against him. The aggressor attempts to fight your control. Your positioning causes his strength and leverage to work to your advantage.
1-2 pm – An-shu Rumiko Hayes teaches Hachidan 8th Degree naginata pole blade techniques for 20 minutes. Shane Raitoshi Stevens teaches precision and structure of movement for 20 minutes. An-shu Stephen Hayes teaches technique perfection visualization meditation for 20 minutes.
January-February 2021 Chapel Hill Winter Quest
An-shu Stephen and Rumiko Hayes on their winter visit to Chapel Hill Quest Center will focus on To-Shin Do physical and spiritual training. Chapel Hill Quest Center, 6118-J, 8108, Farrington Rd, Chapel Hill, NC 27517 (919) 489-8893
August 2021 Mountain Quest
An-shu Stephen and Rumiko Hayes annual visit to Grandfather Mountain in Blowing Rock, NC. Chapel Hill Quest Center, 6118-J, 8108, Farrington Rd, Chapel Hill, NC 27517 (919) 489-8893
|Sept 12-13||Dayton, OH||Festival 40|
|Jan-Feb 2021||Chapel Hill, NC||Winter Quest|
|Aug 2021||Blowing Rock, NC||Mountain Quest|