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Bob Galone Tuite Seminar in Wash, DC

Postby dmsdc » Mon Mar 05, 2001 2:23 pm

Where:
Washington Karate Academy
4001 Brandywine St NW
Washington, DC 20008
for more info email:
wkadojo@wkadojo.com
or call
202-537-6124 http://wkadojo.com/seminars.html

Bob Galeone Seminar
Saturday, March 10th, 2001 From 11:30 Am to 2:30 PM


Bob Galeone, a Uechi Ryu and Aikido long-time practitioner and teacher will
teach a 3 hour seminar on Saturday, March 10, 2001 from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30
p.m. Galeone Sensei will focus on the grappling techniques in Uechi Ryu
technique. The areas he will focus on will be: sensing - tactile connections;
techniques out of the Sanchin turn; the circular wauke block with the spear
hand - nukite; and variations of some of the different tiger techniques
within our system.

The fee is $20 per participant to help offset the cost of putting on this
program and to help pay for fresh fruit and juices after the session.
Spectators will be welcomed for a $10 contribution.

Pass the word, this seminar is open for students from other schools and
systems.

Sensei Bob Galeone, has been a student of the martial arts for almost 40
years. Mr. Galeone began his training in Uechi Ryu in 1963 and was promoted
to Godan, fifth degree black belt, by Sensei James Thompson in 1987. During
this time, Mr. Galeone began study of Aikido in 1970, and was promoted to
Godan, in 1996 under Mitsugi Saotome. After many years of running his own
dojo in Uechi Ryu and Aikido, Mr. Galeone is currently concentrating his
training on Gao Style Ba Gua and Hsing I. At the same time he is applying his
training and instructor status of Doce Pares Escrima/kali to integrate
various systems of martial arts in developing an understanding of their roots
and application of technique.

A former bodyguard and weapons specialist, Mr. Galeone is currently a
firearms and use of force instructor for the Washington DC Metropolitan
Police Department.

Hope to see you there!!
Dana




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Bob Galone Tuite Seminar in Wash, DC

Postby dmsdc » Mon Mar 05, 2001 2:25 pm

GALEONE!

goodness. I mistyped his name in the subject and now I can't fix it.

Can someone help?
Thanks,
Dana
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Bob Galone Tuite Seminar in Wash, DC

Postby david » Mon Mar 05, 2001 2:33 pm

Dana,

Does sensei Galeone have a dojo in the D.C area currently? I get down to DC once or twice a year for meetings/conferences. Would love to hook up with him.

Sensei Saotome's dojo just outside of the city (? Tacoma Park) is great to visit. He has another dan student there, Jim ?, who is also ranked in Uechi Ryu.

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Bob Galone Tuite Seminar in Wash, DC

Postby dmsdc » Tue Mar 06, 2001 8:30 pm

david,

I think Galeone-sensei stopped actively teaching Uechi sometime in '99. He does sometimes go up to the dojo in Takoma Park & teach aikido there. I did go up there once to visit & met Jim. The dojo in a wonderful place. Jim was very nice and welcoming. A real pleasure to meet.

Please email me and I may be able to dig up Bob Galeone's email for you.

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Bob Galone Tuite Seminar in Wash, DC

Postby dmsdc » Tue Mar 13, 2001 5:50 am

Just wanted to let everyone know that the seminar went wonderfully. Galeone-sensei gave some wonderful insights into the use of the basic sanchin position and the relationship between Uechi & other chinese styles.

Thanks again Bob Galeone - we're all looking forward to seeing you again in June and your friend Paul Cote next month.

Also - it was great to see Bill Glasheen and Ernie Sumpter senseis come up & down respectively to visit. Also thanks to Sean & Mike from Carria-sensei's dojo for coming.

all the best & see you in April.

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