Posts Tagged ‘kenpo’

IMMAF’s Grand Master

Mr. Frank Trejo’s first experience with fighting began at the age of 7, when he started boxing with the instruction of his grandfather, Tony Dean Pina Jr. Grandpa Tony had two other brothers, Ray and Joe who were also very acclaimed to the art of pugilism back in the 1920′s and 1930′s. His formal martial […]

Programs

Tigers and Dragons Program (ages 5 to 6) Children’s Program (ages 7 to 12) Teen Program (ages 13 to 17) Adult Program (ages 18 and up) (Discounts available for two or more family members)

RTFMA Code of Conduct

Students must arrive on time and in uniform ready for class. Students must not arrive more than 10 minutes before their class begins. Students and observers must be quiet while classes are in session. No profanity, gambling, food, or gum is allowed in the dojo. Students must not wear jewelry or piercings into the dojo. […]

Principles of Black Belt

These are the principles that students should aim to achieve in their journey to Black Belt. Honesty Humility Courtesy Integrity Self-Control Perseverance Indomitable Spirit

The Significance of a Black Belt

Black signifies the darkness beyond the Sun. A black belt seeks new, more profound knowledge of the Art. As a sensei begins to teach others, he or she plants new seeds and helps them grow and mature. A sensei’s students, many whom will form roots deep into the Art, blossom and grow through the ranks […]

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