Monthly Newsletter

October 2016

Hello Everyone,

Please take a moment to check our news and updates below for the month of October. If you have any questions and/or comments feel free to let me know…

1. Nanatokan Classes

* Aikijujutsu – The Fall Quarter Session at UCSC will be starting back up on Monday, September 26th. Please register for this class by using the following link: https://apm.activecommunities.com/opers/Activity_Search/nanatokan-aikijujutsu/3736. Adult classes will be on Mondays and Wednesdays from 6pm to 8pm at the Martial Arts Room.
For parents and students of the Junior Program, fall tuition is due ($135/quarter/student). Please make sure to take care of it next time you are in the Dojo.
* Battojutsu – First class of the Fall Quarter will be on Monday, September 26th, from 8pm to 9pm. Please register for this class by using the following link: https://apm.activecommunities.com/opers/Activity_Search/battojutsu-japanese-sword/3718. Battojutsu classes will be on Mondays from 8pm to 9pm at the Martial Arts Room.
* Ninjutsu – First class of the Fall Quarter will be also this coming Monday, September 26th, from 9pm to 10pm. Ninjutsu classes will be on Mondays from 9pm to 10pm at Court 6. Once per month we will have a field class on Saturday early afternoon. The quarterly tuition is $55.

2. October Goals

* The new curriculum for the level of Yonkyu (Green Belt) in Aikijujutsu has been drafted. I will make sure to share it with you once the final product is available. Also, I will be demonstrating the requirements for the level of Yonkyu in Aikijujutsu on Monday, 10/31 at 6:15pm during our Adult Class at UCSC Dojo. It will be great to have you be part of it all.
* Our website, www.Nanatokan.com, Facebook Group Page, and other social media continues to go through updates and improvements. Thank you for your patience.

Have a great month ahead. Looking forward to seeing you on the mat.

Sincerely,

José Miguel Rosas
Nanatokan – Chief Instructor
www.Nanatokan.com

“I walk slowly, but I never walk backward.” Abraham Lincoln.