Vernon Valley Karate hosts self-defense seminar

The Vernon Valley Karate Academy presented a free self-defense workshop on Saturday, Aug. 5, to better prepare women for what all to often can become dangerous confrontations. Whether it is a matter of sexual assault, domestic violence or various other threats, women can learn to lessen their vulnerability by recognizing developing situations, using strategies that defuse conflict and techniques that can confront physical assault if necessary.

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Wellington martial arts instructors awarded rare place in Hall of Fame

Alex Terris and Peter Jennings have both been inducted into the Australasian Martial Arts Hall of Fame and the World Karate Union Hall of Fame with Lifetime Achievement recognition. Two Wellingtonians with more than 90 years of karate experience between them have achieved something only a handful of Kiwis have done before – induction into the Australasian Martial Arts Hall of Fame.

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Bhavik bag gold and bronze for Bhopal

Bhopal : “Don't Limit your Challenges, Challange your Limits” , “Mind and Technique become One in True Karate”, the price of success is hard work, dedication to the job at hand, and the determination that whether we win or lose, we have applied the best of ourselves to the task at hand”, by keeping these inspirational quotes in their minds, Master “Amlan Jyoti Panda” and “Bhavik Agrawal” of Campion school are motivated and gave their Best performance in the National level and District level Competition of Karate and Jump Rope.

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The San Fernando Valley’s Summer Drive-In Movie Pop-Up Will Return Next Year

The sun's still out as cars file into a dirt field off Woodley Avenue in Lake Balboa, creating uniform rows in front of an inflatable screen. Even though the evening's open-air movie – Valley-set classic, The Karate Kid – won't start for another hour or so, people have come early to snag a good spot, sure, but also to chat with neighbors, buy concessions from the handful of local food trucks and dance as a DJ spins “The Cupid Shuffle.”

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The San Fernando Valley’s Summer Drive-In Movie Pop-Up Will Return Next Year

The sun's still out as cars file into a dirt field off Woodley Avenue in Lake Balboa, creating uniform rows in front of an inflatable screen. Even though the evening's open-air movie – Valley-set classic, The Karate Kid – won't start for another hour or so, people have come early to snag a good spot, sure, but also to chat with neighbors, buy concessions from the handful of local food trucks and dance as a DJ spins “The Cupid Shuffle.”

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