Master Scott Packard is one of the most knowledgeable martial artists in the area. I progressed quickly and enjoyed myself.
Milford, CT (PRWEB) August 17, 2012
Packard's Martial Arts, a premier Kempo training studio in Milford, Connecticut, invites the general public to the 38th Annual Milford Oyster Festival on Saturday, August 18th. The owner and staff from the studio will be signing up new students and will be featured in a special martial arts demonstration.
Since 1975, the Milford Oyster Festival has been a fun family tradition that provides numerous opportunities to raise community pride and civic awareness through non-profit fundraising. It is traditionally held on the third Saturday in August in Downtown Milford. This year's festival features free live music, classic car shows, attractions, oysters, beer, wine, food, children's entertainment, vendor exhibits and much more.
"We will be performing Martial Arts Demonstrations at the pavilion near the food court behind the Library," said Scott Packard, owner of Packard's Martial Arts. "Come visit our booth to sign up and receive two weeks of free Karate classes, Kung Fu and Jujitsu lessons with your membership!" The oyster festival is open from 10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. and offers free admission and free shuttle bus service from the parking areas.
Packard's Martial Arts' superior training promotes discipline, mental well being and physical fitness through instruction in Kempo, Jujitsu, Kung Fu classes, and Karate, in addition to special focus classes in self defense, environment awareness and police, security, and military training, For complete information on all of the classes and events that Packard's Martial Arts offers, visit their website at http://www.packardsmartialarts.com.
About the company:
Scott Packard - Chief Instructor/Owner - 7th degree Black Belt
Kempo and Kung fu is the main art taught at Packard's Martial Art. Kempo is the influence of the Japanese Karate and Chinese Kung fu. The Japanese side utilizes the hand strikes, elbows, and low kicks. It has a Jujitsu base (joint locks and throws). The Chinese side has the influence of animal movements that were taught by the monks centuries ago. The art is still taught in the Shaolin Temple to this day. The animal movements teach how to manipulate the aggressive situation to meet peoples defensive and offensive needs. Kempo was molded to help people protect themselves from the "bad guys". For more information visit their website at http://packardsmartialarts.com