On April 26th at 11:00am we will be hosting a Kama seminar for our students. Kamas are an Okinawan weapon that originated as farm tools for cutting crops.
The seminar will cover basic striking and trapping techniques, as well as self defense using the Kama as a weapon. We will also discuss everyday objects that can be used like a Kama in a real-world situation.
Everyone who participates will receive their own pair of wooden Kamas and an official Kama patch (see below) to display on their uniform. The cost is only $40.00, and space is limited to 20 participants. Deadline for registration is April 16th. Save your spot today!