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  1. HonkyTonkMan is offline
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    Y SO SRIUS?

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    Posted On:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor X
    "Pulmonologist."

    :eng101:







    In the rain.

    --J.D.
    Thanks.................LOL
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     Style: The Sweet Science

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    She has Kondokan in her style field, a quick google search turned up this http://www.kondokan.com/7.html



    All clients are trained in complete anonymity. In the training hall there are no names. You leave the outside world at the door. There will be no details disclosed of your training to anyone. You will not be named or pictured in advertising nor mentioned to other students.
    :5eek:

    All instructors are fully certified by the world's leading martial art's organisations and include many world and national champions in their respective disciplines
    Who are they, or am I not allowed to ask because there are no names in the training hall?


      • Single Session 150
      • Group Session 200
      • Day long Seminar 500
      Each instructor is paid by the session 150. This is a flat fee for the instructor providing one to one tuition. Each session lasts approximately 2 hours.

    Introduction Pack - 250 - 3 sessions or 6 hours. Experience the world of Zen Arts in three stimulating and mind expanding sessions.
    Ten Session Pack - 1000 - 20 hours. Learn all the basics and more in any of the martial training styles. this includes and introduction to the healing arts and the basics of meditation.
    Grading Pack - 1500 - 15 sessions or 30 hours. This pack is designed to take a student from one grade to the next. There are ten grades to Black Belt.



    I'm don't follow the exchange rate between US $ and sterling but I'm pretty sure that single session of two hours would work out to $400+:wtfgif9fr
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    . . . and she should have suggested I take a Stress Pill to which I would have questioned her Analysis of the situation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by From Bell2Bell
    She has Kondokan in her style field, a quick google search turned up this http://www.kondokan.com/7.html





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    We now know what Madonna can do since she has dropped Kabbala and scientology is sooooo 2005.

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    Anyone think they have heard of "aliveness?"











    Stop laughing!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor X
    Anyone think they have heard of "aliveness?"











    Stop laughing!!!

    --J.D.

    After you drink the kool-aid you don't need aliveness, you just need another 15,000 pounds to get your black belt:laughing1
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarahpink
    Hi everbody, I'm new to this sort of thing but i have a question if anyone feels like sharing their thoughts?
    Hi Sarahpink... I see you enjoyed a typically robust welcome from the good Doctor.
    We have a whole forum for new members to immerse themselves in before coming out to play. It's called Newbietown.
    Think of it as a paddling pool, whereas you've posted in the equivalent of the Cape of Good Hope... complete with great white sharks, and you're bleeding.

    In Newbietown, posters would have invited you to use the search function to see the general opinion most people have of "Healing Arts". They would have joshed gently that perhaps you've wasted your time with such tomfoolery, but it would have been polite, urbane and often witty.

    Perhaps you'd like to post an introduction in the Newbietown forum and tell us all about your art?

    Or would you like to continue defending your Chinese Zen(?) hong knog fooey healing art out here among the waves, the rocks and the sharks?
    Where there is only a choice between cowardice and violence, I would advise violence.

    Gandhi

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    Posted On:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarahpink
    In my training we learn not just how to attack and inflict pain but also we learn how to heal both ourselves and others. Primarily this is through Zen principles of hei gung/chi kung.
    Chi kung is not a Zen principle.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sarahpink
    Does anybody else study the healing arts?
    Yes.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sarahpink
    Does anybody have healing arts incorporated into their combat training like i do?
    I train in various healing methods along with combative methods.

    I am unclear though as to how are your healing arts incorporated into your combat training?[/QUOTE]

    I have several questions about Kondokan.

    For starters, what Zen lineage are you a part of?
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    I googled it too.

    The site says that it covers "These arts..." then list the arts and at the end it says" ..and others that are available upon request."

    It also says you can get a BB in 2-4 months of steady training.

    I smell McDojo here.

    I think this might be more useful and a great deal cheaper for Sara


    http://www.blackbeltinabox.com
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    Posted On:
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    Quote Originally Posted by From Bell2Bell
    She has Kondokan in her style field, a quick google search turned up this http://www.kondokan.com/7.html
    I've been looking into these guys for a while now.

    As an "amatuer monk", I'm very curious as to their Buddhist background.
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