Sunday, April 13, 2008

Who's Your Sensei??

I'm sure many of you have seen the wonderfully, hilarious movie Napoleon Dynamite. Well, It's not my intention to become an instructor or REX KWON DO, or to register you in a self defense class. Though I teach traditional Japanese martial arts, I am much more than your average strip mall franchise fitness or babysitting martial arts school instructor.

I take my role seriously. I try to fill the shoes of my master instructors, living the lifestyle and sharing the wisdom of the ancients with all of those I come in contact. My instructors were shinto priests, authors, self-help gurus, spiritual leaders and international speakers all rolled into one.

I started on my path of becoming a well-rounded individual and Sensei when I was 12 years old. I knew that life was more than punching and kicking, and realized the need to have both sides of every coin. I delved into the duality of man, and knew I was to be a healer and a martial artist.

Today I have a wellness practice where I assist people with their physical ailments through Japanese Acupuncture and gentle chiropractic. I also teach the traditional Japanese arts of aikido and iaido. Perhaps, most importantly I share and help guide people through challenging times and events to help them realize their potential to live the life they would love.

Some of my greatest spiritual mentors have been Masando Sasaki, Tempu Nakamura, Tony Robbins, Wayne Dyer, Deepak Chopra, and Dr. John F. Demartini. People that hire me to consult with them find that I employ techniques and distinctions from them all.

The concept of Balance through Yin and Yang is at the core of what I do. I lead people through a process of balancing perspectives, and balancing there lives.

More to come, but for now check out the links to our websites to learn more or Call 303-322-5015 to receive a FREE consultation to see how I might be able to help you.

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