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On Saturday, Sept. 29, 2012, Dillard University’s Martial Arts Club will host its first Eye of the Tiger Self-Defense Seminar. Attendees will learn a variety of self-defense techniques. Guest instructor Master Arthur Robertson, a fifth-degree black belt in Jun Tong Mu Sool, will teach this beginner's class in Taekwondo and Hapkido. Robertson has 30 years of experience in Korean self-defense and has been featured in publications such as Martial Arts in America and the Taekwondo Times. Members of Dillard's Martial Arts Club and students from Robertson's school in Kenner will perform martial arts and traditional weapons demonstrations.

Instructor Norward Sears founded the Dillard University Martial Arts Club in 2011. The group has performed throughout the New Orleans area, at locales including Lakeside Mall, New Orleans Arena, and Medard H. Nelson Charter School.

The Eye of the Tiger Self-Defense Seminar is open to the community. Attendees may spectate ($5) or participate full-on in the training session ($25). For more information, contact Norward Sears at (504) 307-9659 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


 

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