Cane Master Grand Master Mark Shuey, Sr. Continues to Receive National Attention

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Disney's Martial Arts Festival at Disneyland® Resort combines the positive atmosphere of competition with magic of the Disneyland® Resort for competitors, spectators, families and volunteers. This event is open to both children and adults, from White Belt/White Sash to Black Belt/Black Sash. Whether you are a competitor, family member or a fan there is something for you at Disney's Martial Arts Festival at Disneyland® Resort.

Disney's Martial Arts Festival at Disneyland® Resort combines the positive atmosphere of competition with magic of the Disneyland® Resort for competitors, spectators, families and volunteers. This event is open to both children and adults, from White Belt/White Sash to Black Belt/Black Sash. Whether you are a competitor, family member or a fan there is something for you at Disney's Martial Arts Festival at Disneyland® Resort.

With five disciplines to choose from, Martial Artists will enjoy the very best competition from all over the world. The disciplines are coordinated and judged by knowledgeable authorities in each of their respected systems of martial arts. This translates in to a fair and accurate interpretation of your performance.

  •     Free* Cane Self-Defense and Exercise Workshop for Seniors with Cane Master Mark Shuey
  •     Cane Defensive Techniques and Kata Competition Supervised by Cane Master Mark Shuey

*Separate Admission ticket is required - Admission ticket to the Cane Self-Defense and Exercise Seminar for Seniors is included to the first 20 to pre-register on-line.

This summer's Wall Street Journal article by Jennifer Levitz continues to promote strong interest in Cane Master Mark Shuey, Sr. Not only was her story responsible for Mark's subsequent interviews and appearances on local and national television - Fox News, CBS Early Show, NBC News, CNN - the article has led to continued requests for additional interviews and more information on what Mark has to offer to seniors and others reliant on a cane for mobility. Mark was interviewed by Fox San Diego in November. PBS is currently interviewing students of the American Cane System in various locations and is scheduled to begin filming a story about him and his work in the areas of defense, health and rehabilitation in February in Florida. And nationally recognized AARP is preparing an article on Mark scheduled for March publication in its former Modern Maturity magazine now titled AARP The Magazine.    

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Gene Jackson                            
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Mark Shuey
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Hours 9:00 am - 4:00 pm PST
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