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Arlington Budoshin JuJitsu Dojo: Self Defense for the Rest of Us
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Professor George Kirby,
Judan, Hanshi

November 5, 2011

Arlington YMCA


On November 5th, 2011, the Arlington YMCA will host an day of Ju-Jitsu training with Professor George Kirby. During the morning the seminar will be technical instruction and practice. The afternoon will be a self-defense clinic. The seminar is open to anyone with basic Ju-Jitsu training. Cost of the seminar is $45. Seminar size is limited to 32 participants and will run from 9am to 5pm. A light lunch will be provided.

Prof. George Kirby has been teaching Ju-Jitsu since 1967. He taught at the Burbank YMCA from 1968–75, the Burbank Parks Dept. from 1974–96, and is currently teaching Budoshin Ju-Jitsu classes through the Santa Clarita Parks & Recreation Dept., Santa Clarita, CA. Prof. Kirby is Chairman of the Board of Directors for both the Budoshin Ju-Jitsu Dojo Inc. and the American Ju-Jitsu Association (AJA), he is the U.S. representative for the European Ju-Jitsu Union and the U.S. Vice-President of the International JuJitsu Federaton (IJJF). In addition, Prof. Kirby is also a Defensive Tactics Consultant for the Los Angeles Police Dept. In 2007 Prof. Kirby was named Black Belt Magazine's Instructor of the Year.

To register, please e-mail the host instructor. You will need sign a release form the day of the seminar. Participants under the age of 18 will need the waiver signed by their parent or guardian. We can e-mail that to you ahead of time.

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