West Roxbury, MA (PRWEB) July 13, 2012
The Center For Asian Martial Arts is a comprehensive martial arts training center, utiliizing the expertise of staff trained in eight martial arts systems for over 25 years. The center is pleased to unveil this year's extended training weekend, a retreat held at Loon Mountain from August 24th to 26th. The weekend offers both personal and group training, and is designed to enrich a standard martial arts program by increasing the focus on body and mind.
With a meditative atmosphere and an emphasis on achieving personal goals, the weekend promises a unique experience for every student who stands up to the challenge. The seminar is one of the most important elements of a student's training throughout the year, with advanced classwork covering new and exciting techniques. This year focuses on the tiger kung fu main form, plus spear and long staff techniques and forms to compliment existing training.
The Center for Asian Martial Arts attracts students from all over the region, and the testimonies from their pupils provides powerful insight into the benefits of a rigorous, full-body training program. In addition to the physical improvements, students often speak of the confidence and boost in mental acumen granted by an expert martial arts program. The mission of the center is always to train new skills and maintain a strict quality of instruction, to keep both student and teacher strong and prepared for life's challenges.
For current students interested in the Loon Mountain extended Weekend Training Seminar, Assistant National Instructor Jonathan Dress urges a quick signup to assure a spot. However, new students are always encouraged to begin their journey at the Center for Asian Martial Arts as soon as possible. For further information about the Center for Asian Martial Arts, visit their website at http://www.bodymindsystems.com.
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The Center for Asian Martial Arts, featuring Body Mind Systems training, is a comprehensive martial arts training system that teaches eight martial arts that encompass foundations of all the martial art styles. The mental benefits people have gained from this training are immeasurable. They provide the edge that people need, now more than ever, to have the confidence to rise in the toughest of times. Many of their staff have been teaching for over twenty five years and keep quality control within the schools. This keeps the movements strong and intent of teaching students, their main focus. Come in and see the benefits one can achieve in a short time. Irrespective of where someone may find themselves in life, be it their age, or their physical condition, they must keep moving. Move with meaning and purpose. Developing your mind and body is not a luxury, it is a necessity. For more information visit their website at http://www.bodymindsystems.com.