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Small Circle Jujitsu Seminar(s) New Zealand
March 2 @ 1:00 pm - March 10 @ 4:00 pm
The Professor Leon Jay seminars (Small Circle Jujitsu) will be hosted by Grandmaster Chan and Chans Martial Arts in four NZ locations:
Auckland: Saturday 2nd March (1pm – 4pm)
Wellington: Sunday 3rd March (1pm – 4pm)
Invercargill: Saturday 9th March (10am – 1pm)
Christchurch – Chans Martial Arts International HQ: Sunday 10th March (1pm – 4pm)
Professor Leon Jay is the Grandmaster of Small Circle Jujitsu and is world renown for his skills and knowledge in small joint manipulation and energy work. Professor Jay is based in Surrey, United Kingdom where he instructs many quality students and regularly travels to Europe and USA to teach seminars to a large following.
Do not miss this opportunity to learn from Professor Jay as the last time he travelled to New Zealand was some 10 years ago.
The seminars are open to all Chans Martial Arts members whether you are training Kung Fu or Tai Chi Chuan. Members of the public (not currently enrolled) are also invited to attend.
Please fill out a seperate form for ALL individuals.
1) Seminar fees are:
Current CMA Member Attendance of ONE seminar (Fees must be deposited by February 28th) – $120
Current CMA Member Attendance of TWO seminars (Fees must be deposited by February 28th) – $200
Current CMA Member Attendance of THREE or FOUR seminars (Fees must be deposited by February 28th) – $250
Current CMA Member Attendance of ONE Seminar (Door Ticket) – $150
Member of public or not enrolled Attendance of ONE Seminar (Fees must be deposited by February 28th) – $180
Note: We reserve the right to deny any students seminar applications for reasons such as lateness. Seminar fees are non-refundable and non-transferable unless legitimate reasons such as medical condition etc.
2) Applications must be submitted and paid for through direct deposit or cash to the Chans Martial Arts Ltd account by the due date or application is void.
3) Students of all grades over 10 years old are welcome, students under 15 years must be accompanied by a parent or caregiver.
4) Students are required to attend in proper uniforms (TC or KF), and Non-marking training shoes.
5) Arrange your own accommodation and organise your own transportation to and from the seminar location.