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JKD/KALI Association presents Texas Parkour Workshop in Fort Worth, TX

The Jeet Kune Do Kali Association, in association with Fighting Method University and Texas Parkour, is hosting a Parkour workshop featuring Texas Parkour founder Matthew Willis. Don't miss out on the opportunity to train and see first hand what Parkour can do for your personal martial arts growth!

Fighting Method University
3502 Williams Road
Fort Worth, TX 76116

Date: May 9th, 2009
Time: 11:00am to 1:00pm (possibly 3:00pm)
Cost: *FREE*

This will be a great workshop for all who attend.

JKD/KALI Association presents Guro Roger Agbulos in Fort Worth, TX

The Jeet Kune Do Kali Association, in association with Fighting Method University and Integrated Submission Grappling, is hosting a LAMECO Escrima seminar featuring Guro Roger Agbulos!

Hwang Martial Arts
6801 Rufe Snow Dr. #312
North Richland Hills, TX 76148

Date: June 27th, 2009
Time: 12:00pm to 4:00pm
Cost: $65

This will be a great seminar for all who attend.

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About the Jeet Kune Do Kali Association
Who are we? We think that the late Ted Lucaylucay stated it best during his last interview.

"As far as the philosophy, Temujin [Gengis Khan] was the man who brought all the Mongolian tribes together. I remember talking about all the controversy earlier with all the different JKD [and FMA] factions now. They are all apart and yet they all come from the same family. Like the Mongolian tribes who were scattered living apart for so long and surviving, by stealing and robbing. Temujin came along and brings them all together and makes them into one great conquering nation. He was one of the great conquerors and developers. That’s what we are trying to do since there are bad vibes, politics and controversy going on. We like to use the concept of Temujin to bring all the JKD [and FMA] people together (those who want to come together; and learn how to live, change, share, and grow, with more togetherness and harmony). If primitive Mongolian tribes can do something like that, here we are suppose to be more civilized, educated people or nation, it would seem a little more easier for us. Our direction right now is to bring the people who want to get along together, not to create controversy among each other, and not getting involved in the nasty politics. These are the ones that are most prone to doing and enjoying what we want to do and pushing towards the same goal. And that is to get along."

It's in the same spirit that the Jeet Kune Do Kali Association is founded and operated. We strongly believe that it couldn't be explained any better than that.

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