West Coast Training Camp is here again! This coming Friday and Saturday, September 28-29, you’ll have the chance to meet and train with some of the top instructors in our style of Cuong Nhu, including Head-of-Style Grandmaster Quynh Ngo.
We’ve been announcing it and handing out flyers for several weeks now, and many of you have already signed up. If you haven’t… it’s still possible, but we’re getting down to the wire! Please go to the Rohai Dojo website to download flyers and registration forms. The schedule of classes is posted there, too. As you’ll see, WCTC welcomes students of all ages and levels. We’re expecting participants from up and down the West Coast (from Seattle to San Diego), as well as from Florida, Tennessee, Georgia, Arkansas, and South Carolina.
In addition to training, there will be opportunities to socialize with the visiting instructors, out-of-town guests and students from other dojos. Friday evening after classes, we go as a group to have Mexican food a few blocks from the gym. The Saturday catered lunch at the gym gives everyone a chance to rest and socialize between classes. And Saturday evening, there’s a potluck party at the hotel where our visitors are staying – the Hampton Inn and Suites Oakland Airport/Alameda. All participants, friends, and family are welcome.
If all this hasn’t convinced you to come – there’s also a cookie break on Saturday afternoon. (If you don’t sign up soon, though, you won’t get to choose what kind of cookie you want.)
This is a once-a-year event – worth rearranging your schedule to attend. If you have any questions, please contact Sensei Didi, get your answers, and get yourself signed up!