06-02-2004, 23:38 #1
moving,but going to teach on the side.
I just wanted to let everyone on the Hapkido board know that I will be moving from Florida back to my home state of Virginia around the Manassas, Woodbridge area. I have been given permission by my instructor, and Grandmaster to teach ppl the art. Since I will not be able to study full time under Master Allen because of different locations teaching is the only way to really keep my training fresh, but I will still be learning from Master Allen from time to time to keep my progress of rank in check. Master Allen will visit me as much as possible dto do seminars, and to make sure my training is advancing. I am very sad to leave the area because of not being able to train full time, but do to a custody problem in Virginia I have no choice but to return. I will not vear off from anything that I have learned, I plan to teach the full art, as it as been taught to me to keep the art of Hapkiyusul alive, and to let it grow. On that note I do not claim to know the whole art, that would be fullish, but I will teach all that I know. So if anyone here lives in that area I will keep in touch on the boards for updates of where I will be teaching. I will at first be looking for a school to teach at on the side, maybe a few days a week, until my ranking and clientel is sufficient enough to open my own school. So if your in the area, and you would like to learn this art, let me know. Thank you."namaste"
06-06-2004, 18:42 #2
I'm a little late in reading and responding to your post. Sorry to hear that you have to leave, but we wish you the best of fortune and health. Have a safe trip.
06-07-2004, 22:07 #3
To Mike:Hello thanks for the reply, I almost forgot that I even wrote this post, but thanks for replying. Also thanks for the kind words, I'm sure everything will work out for the best. Also If you ever happen to be in that area of VA let me know, I'm trying to keep in contact with as many ppl as I can, so we can all train together now and then. I will keep in touch. "namaste"