West Coast Training Camp is back! This special training opportunity usually is held annually, but because of the pandemic, this year is the first time since 2019 that it is taking place. It is coming up October 14-15 and registration is now open. Sign up before October 7 to avoid the late fee. What is … Continue reading West Coast Training Camp
Dealing with the Unexpected: Training in Place
Nearly two months ago on March 12th, we had our normal Thursday evening classes, with no idea that it would be our last time training in person for two months and counting. We have not stepped foot in the Recreation Center since then, and we do not yet know when we will be able to … Continue reading Dealing with the Unexpected: Training in Place
December 2018 Schedule
We have almost reached the end of 2018! We will have all classes as usual for the week of December 17 to December 22. The last day of Redwood Dojo classes for 2018 is Saturday, December 22. Our regular schedule will resume in on Thursday, January 3. During the holiday week, all students are invited to several … Continue reading December 2018 Schedule
Cuong Nhu Etiquette: West Coast Training Camp Edition
Each year, Cuong Nhu instructors from across the country come to the Bay Area to teach classes at West Coast Training Camp. With a full schedule of classes ranging from soft-style katas to advanced weapon training, balanced with meal times spent socializing with fellow Cuong Nhu practitioners (not to mention the famous cookie break!), students … Continue reading Cuong Nhu Etiquette: West Coast Training Camp Edition
NEW Beginning Adult Class This Fall!
Let’s be honest. Working out by yourself is tough. For most of us, staying motivated while solo is nearly impossible. That’s why our bike tires are flat, our running shoes gather dust in the trunk of our car, and we only go to the gym when it’s time to renew our membership. Remember when you … Continue reading NEW Beginning Adult Class This Fall!
A Glimpse Into Training Camp
Four weeks ago, I woke up in a dorm room at the University of North Carolina. The excitement began to set in as the sleepiness wore off. I was 2,342 miles from home and my toddler, about to embark on four days of living the martial artist’s dream. I was at training camp; my schedule … Continue reading A Glimpse Into Training Camp