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Lubos Pokorny - 15th, Summer Seminar.2 weeks in nature 3-16 Julay 2006
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Already for the fifteeteen times we are glad to invite you at traditional Summer Seminar of BCD. This is, as always, an open air seminar taking place in middle of beautiful nature surrounded by many nice hills of Sumava National Park. This time we will study mainly Shinden Fudo Ryu - Ken & Taijutsu - You also have possibility to carry out the trips to surrounding and other places during the Seminar.


start: 3.7.2006 at 15.00
end: 16.7.2006 at 15.00

This is an extraordinary opportunity to take advantage of free movement and stay for a while at least in the middle of virgin nature far from civilization.

http://www.bujinkan.cz/bcd/en/bcd.php ... hihan&subsection=festival






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Re: Lubos Pokorny - 15th, Summer Seminar.2 weeks in nature 3-16 Julay 2006
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For anyone who's never been, the Sumava mountains are absolutely beautiful and the area is very Central European, with many big forests, castles, ruins of Celtic forts and other sites in the area. Wish I was going! (I'm working on a corporate launch for exactly that time period...)

Here's info on the park-
http://www.npsumava.cz/klasik/english/index.html

Geoff Vreeman

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Re: Lubos Pokorny - 15th, Summer Seminar.2 weeks in nature 3-16 Julay 2006
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Redneck_Shinobi wrote:
For anyone who's never been, the Sumava mountains are absolutely beautiful and the area is very Central European, with many big forests, castles, ruins of Celtic forts and other sites in the area. Wish I was going! (I'm working on a corporate launch for exactly that time period...)

Here's info on the park-
http://www.npsumava.cz/klasik/english/index.html

Geoff Vreeman



not to mention training with Lubos - and for 2 weeks!

As someone who has spent an extended amount of training time with Lubos I HIGHLY recommend you make every effort to go and train with him.

Posted on: 2006/6/17 10:21
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