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Anyone attend the Shitenno Taikai?
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How was it?

Goran Gronvold
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Posted on: 2004/7/19 18:53
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Re: Anyone attend the Shitenno Taikai?
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I was there for one day on Friday.
It was a great seminar. Actually come to think of it, it was the best seminar I have been to. Seeing Arnaud, Sven-Eric, Peter and Pedro together was "more" than going to seperate seminars of them. Don't ask me what they showed cause i dont really know hehehehe. Shiki, survive, natural, footwork were few of the words thrown around. The seminar was very well organised. There were 4 groups: low kyu, high kyu, low dan, high dan. The first hour everybody trained together and the shitenno taught together. Then we would separate and the shitenno would teach separately one of the groups on their own level. The last hour of the day was again training together with the whole group. There was a very good atmosphere and people from many countries. I hope it'll be organised next year again.

Cheers,

Jan

Posted on: 2004/7/19 22:27
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Re: Anyone attend the Shitenno Taikai?
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I also went there. I stayed for the 3 days.
Fun-tastic. I agreee, if not the best, possible one of the best seminars ever. Very encompassing, well organized, etc.
There will be, I think, 5 DVDs out of this: one with each of the Shi Tenno and a "general" one.

Carlos
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Posted on: 2004/7/24 8:29
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