NOT TO BE MISSED! A fantastic day of pragmatic martial arts, with a great team of instructors!

NOT TO BE MISSED! A fantastic day of pragmatic martial arts, with a great team of instructors, covering a wide range of topics, and raising money for a very good cause! A special and one-of-a-kind event, so act quick! MORE INFO:

Dragon Tree Martial Arts present Iain Abernethy with guest instructors Lee Taylor, Chris Webb and Mary Stevens! The seminar will cover many elements of Practical Martial Arts and all are welcome. The seminar will take place on Saturday the 10th of June from 10:30am to 3:30pm. The cost is just £35 per person. The location is Nunnery Wood Sports Complex , Worcester, WR5 2NL. This special seminar aims to raise money for Mary’s fantastic work with young girls in India!  

10:30 to 10:40 – Dave Webster: Introduction and discussion of key principle.

 10:40 to 11:40 – Iain Abernethy: Tactical positioning (including how this is recorded in traditional kata). 11:50 to 12:50 – Mary Stevens & Chris Webb: Two Common Errors in Self Protection Teaching (And How To Fix Them).

 13:00 to 14:00 – Iain Abernethy: Limb control and gaining dominance.

 14:10 to 15:10 – Lee Taylor: Entry points and related pad-drills (with reference to traditional kata).

 15:10 to 15:20 – Conclusion and Q&A

 15:20 to 15:20 – Photos, sales, leaving, etc.

 This session is open to practitioners of all styles and no prior knowledge is needed.

 All instructors will be on the floor (irrespective of who is leading) to ensure maximum assistance at all times.

 Registration must be done in advance via email to - payment instructions and event details will be provided on application. For more information about the event, you’re welcome to contact Mary (via email above) or head honcho Dave Webster on 07870948180



Event Details
club events
10 Jun 2023
Nunnery Wood Sports Complex , Worcester, WR5 2NL
Dave Webster on 07870 948180
I have just recently joined the WCA as an Associate Instructor and, so far, the experience has been very pleasing. The response to my enquiries was prompt and professional, and the admission process very smooth. I am pleased to be associated with the WCA and I look forward to many years of knowledge exchange and learning. As my school grows, I will enrol the school into the WCA - my students are quite excited by the prospect. Thank you for your positive and constructive contribution to the field of martial arts.
Michael Beaton Senpu-Ryu Kenpo (Australia) Chief Instructor
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