Announcing Amsterdam Seminar 2019

Written by Katsujinken July 1st, 2019

 
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September 2019 will once again see the Katsujinken dojo organising a Katori Shinto Ryu seminar in Amsterdam. The seminar will be led by Stephen Snelders and is open to Katori practitioners of all levels from The Netherlands and abroad. This year we will again especially focus on a fundamental element of Hatakeyama-style Katori Shinto Ryu: newari (sticking) techniques, and how to take proper focus, distance and timing in order to execute these techniques.

Dates/times:

Thursday September 5: 10:00-12:30 and 14:00-16:30
Friday September 6: 10:00-12:30 and 14:00-16:30
Saturday September 7: 10:00-12:30 and 14:00-16:30

Location:

The seminar will take place in the dojo of the Sportcentrum Universum, in the Amsterdam Science Park.

Sportcentrum Universum
Science Park 306
1098 XH Amsterdam

Price:

  • €20 for each half day
  • €35 for each whole day
  • €100 for the whole seminar (€5 discount)
  • €90 for the whole seminar when signing up and paying electronically before August 1st, 2019 (€15 discount)

Want to train some more?

If you are already in the neighbourhood on Wednesday September 4th at 20:00, you’re very welcome to join our usual training in the Sporthallen Zuid.

Say no more! Where can I find a place to sleep?

Camping Zeeburg is really close to the sports centre (10 minutes by car, a 30 minute walk through a nice park) and offers tent spots for your tent, or wagonettes or cabins to sleep in (bedding included).

Registration

After registration, please transfer money to the following account, making sure to enter ‘Seminar 2019’  + your name in the description field.

Account name: Vereniging Katsujinken (Amsterdam)

IBAN: NL22BUNQ2205615157

BIC: BUNQNL2A

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