Category Archive: Seminars

Seminars

Dec 14

IUKF President Visits New Mexico

On October 24th, Steve Vosa’s dojo in Albuquerque, New Mexico hosted Sensei Darin Yee to share his Uechi Ryu concepts with various Kung Fu interpretations with students. Sensei Yee had the opportunity to workout with IUKF members, Mia and Trevor Parker, along with our gracious host Steve Vosa.  At the seminar, attendees participated in drills …

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Nov 21

Sensei Darin Yee – 8 Katas of Uechi-Ryu

On November 14, 2019, Darin Yee (President of the IUKF) performed the 8 Katas of Uechi-Ryu while visiting with The Honolulu Uechi-Ryu Karate-Do Club. Sensei Albert Cloutier and his dojo wanted to share how grateful they are for Sensei Yee traveling so far to share his experience, knowledge, and insight with them that they created …

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Nov 14

IUKF President Visits Honolulu Uechi-Ryu Dojo

In the Hawaiian Language, the word “ALOHA” mostly functions as a salutation and a greeting. But the word actually conveys a deeper sense of meaning, which the locals expound upon, by breaking the individual letters down into other Hawaiian terms: A – Akahai: Kindness, expressed with tenderness L – Lokahi: Unity, expressed with harmony O …

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Oct 31

IUKF President Visits Bennett’s Karate

This October, Richard Bennett and Bennett’s Karate in Erie, CO, hosted Darin Yee to share his Uechi Ryu concepts with various Kung Fu interpretations with students. Bennett’s Karate is a member of Master Jim Thompson’s Uechi Ryu Kokusai organization. Master Jim Thompson has shared his knowledge and skill at George Mattson’s Summer Fest. At Bennett’s Karate, …

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Oct 15

2020 European Regional Seminar

Set in the grounds of the Discovery Science Park Building 509, situated close to the historic towns of Sandwich, Canterbury and Dover, the European regional Uechi-Ryu workout 2020 promises to be a must attend Seminar for the serious Uechi practitioner. Uechi Brethren from all associations have been invited so we can share and engage with …

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