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i was just wondering if anyone has an experiences with a really good master that had a lasting impression on them. i recently started my new style and my instructor has already improved my martial arts skills but helping to make me a better person also. he is a great instructor. just curious to see if anyone else wanted to share their experiences.
I too switched classes recently, in October, and my instructor is an amazing martial artsist and person... in fact i want to keep training with him enough to stay in this town for another couple years... its great to have people who teach because they love the people and the art :P
Darrell Craig from the Houston Budokan.
Amazing teacher and person.
Trained in judo at 11 years old than again at age 27 in both Karate and Jujitsu until I moved to far from town to continue.
I have had the honor of learning from some of the best instructors around. They are not only superb examples of what it means to be a martial artist, but also a more complete human being, so, I can't name just one, as they have all left impressions at different times in my life, at just the right moments, when I needed them.On a sidenote, I try to keep in contact,because even though I may not study the Art any longer, I think it is a good thing to surround yourself with good people. So here goes...
Sensei Wendy Whited-Aikido-Inaka Dojo
Sensei Dale Hestermann-Kosho Ryu Kempo-Highland Academy of Martial Arts
Kwanjangnim Dan Pinkowski-Hapkido--Asian Martial Arts and Cultural Center
to all these people I owe a great debt.
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