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Title: New School Listing Sections
Post by: John Bishop on November 22, 2004, 03:39:54 AM
If you haven't already noticed, Sibak Rob has added new sections for listing "Kajukenbo" schools.  
These sections are broken down into "regional sections".  
If you have a Kajukenbo school, or give private instruction, please list your school in the appropriate regional section.  
Please use the examples that have already been listed as a referance.
Since you will be posting your own information, you can update it anytime by simply "modifying" your original posting.  This way your school information should always be current.  
Title: Re:New School Listing Sections
Post by: Tachi on November 22, 2004, 12:12:26 PM
¿Europe?..¿South America?
Title: Re:New School Listing Sections
Post by: John Bishop on November 22, 2004, 02:06:48 PM
¿Europe?..¿South America?

Please list all schools outside of the United States in the "International" section.
Later, if this list gets too big, we can break it down into continents.
Title: Re:New School Listing Sections
Post by: Rob Poelking on November 24, 2004, 07:38:28 AM
This is not to undermine the work done on the Kajukenbo.org school listing. I've been working with Sifu Charlie to get a more "dynamic" site that allows the school owners to more easily update the information.  My problem is that I have simply not had time since the baby came along.

If there are any of you who are proficient in PHP & MySQL, HTML & CSS and you would like to volunteer your time and talent please contact me.
Title: Re:New School Listing Sections
Post by: John Bishop on November 24, 2004, 01:55:20 PM
This section will now give your school/instructor the opportunity to have your school information listed on all three of the major Kajukenbo websites:
Kajukenbo.org
KajukenboCafe.com


Please be sure and list your school at these sites.  Show the world how big Kajukenbo is. ;D
Title: Re: New School Listing Sections
Post by: John Bishop on March 30, 2005, 12:20:11 PM
Remember,
When listing your school, please include a website address if you have one.
Title: Re: New School Listing Sections
Post by: John Bishop on April 21, 2005, 11:58:37 PM
We're always getting inquiries about Kajukenbo schools in differant areas.  So please list your school in the school section.  Even if your teaching private lessons, or just small groups at your house, please list your information.
Title: Re: New School Listing Sections
Post by: John Bishop on July 22, 2005, 03:31:01 PM
Again, if you have a "Kajukenbo" school, or give private instruction, please list your school.  If your instructor does not have internet access, please ask if you can list his/her school information for them.  Just today I got a inquiry about a school in Las Vegas.  I know there are at least 2-3 Kajukenbo schools in the Las Vegas/Henderson area, but their not listed here. 
Title: Re: New School Listing Sections
Post by: Menwinn Morales on March 16, 2006, 07:53:55 PM
Rapacons Martial Arts
Vallejo Ca.

www.rapaconsmartialarts.net
Title: Re: New School Listing Sections
Post by: John Bishop on March 18, 2006, 03:26:18 AM
Just a reminder, if you have a "Kajukenbo" school, or give private instruction, please list your school.  If your instructor does not have internet access, please ask if you can list his/her school information for them.

Title: Re: New School Listing Sections
Post by: John Bishop on June 20, 2006, 01:21:46 PM
After discussions with the moderator staff here, the following policy was agreed upon for listing school information in our schools section:

All schools listed here at the Kajukenbo Cafe must teach the "Kajukenbo" style, but may also teach other systems as well.  The head instructor, or instructor teaching the Kajukenbo classes at the school must be a Kajukenbo black belt, who's rank is verifiable thru his instructor, organization, Kajukenbo Family Tree, etc.

A black belt instructor may list a "Workout Group" that is run by a color belt directly under his supervision.  It may not be listed as a "school", and the color belt can not be listed as a "instructor".  The group must be listed under the title "Workout Group", and the black belt instructor is to listed as the "head instructor", with the person running the group listed as the "Group Leader".


The term "Workout Group" would be defined, as a group of people who are students of a Kajukenbo black belt, but get together to share additional workouts due to a limited number of classes availiable at their school, or their being a long distance away from their main school. 
The students instructors must be fully aware of the groups activities, and in charge of setting the standards of the groups workouts, and any making of any promotions.
Title: Re: New School Listing Sections
Post by: John Bishop on October 03, 2006, 01:24:44 PM
Again, if you haven't listed your school yet, please do.
Title: Re: New School Listing Sections
Post by: vbautista on February 06, 2007, 05:57:57 PM
Hi was wondering if there were any schools in the san francisco to daly city area? i know there's quite a few across both bridges. i want to find a school for my son. i trained under the Canja brother's as a teen at SFK. any help to point me in the right direction is greatly appreciated.

thanks in advance
Title: Re: New School Listing Sections
Post by: Brandi Ross on February 06, 2007, 06:04:58 PM
Welcome to the Cafe.  Please include your real name in the signature line.


there is a section called schools.  Look in there.  Some should be listed.  Here is the link:

http://www.kajukenbocafe.com/smf/index.php?board=36.0
Title: Re: New School Listing Sections
Post by: Al Saddler on February 06, 2007, 06:30:00 PM
Vbautista,

Contact me when you have some time. I can give you some info on the schools in the sf/dc area.

alby827@sbcglobal.net

Al



 
Title: Re: New School Listing Sections
Post by: Edward Lewis on April 28, 2007, 08:11:52 PM


  Are there any schools in South Jersey
Title: Re: New School Listing Sections
Post by: Brandi Ross on May 01, 2007, 08:48:10 PM


  Are there any schools in South Jersey

Please refer to the below link for information regarding schools:

http://www.kajukenbocafe.com/smf/index.php?board=39.0
Title: Re: New School Listing Sections
Post by: John Bishop on August 02, 2007, 06:03:28 PM
Just a reminder, if you have a "Kajukenbo" school, or give private instruction, please list your school.  If your instructor does not have internet access, please ask if you can list his/her school information for them.


After discussions with the moderator staff here, the following policy was agreed upon for listing school information in our schools section:

All schools listed here at the Kajukenbo Cafe must teach the "Kajukenbo" style, but may also teach other systems as well.  The head instructor, or instructor teaching the Kajukenbo classes at the school must be a Kajukenbo black belt, who's rank is verifiable thru his instructor, organization, Kajukenbo Family Tree, etc.

A black belt instructor may list a "Workout Group" that is run by a color belt directly under his supervision.  It may not be listed as a "school", and the color belt can not be listed as a "instructor".  The group must be listed under the title "Workout Group", and the black belt instructor is to listed as the "head instructor", with the person running the group listed as the "Group Leader".


The term "Workout Group" would be defined, as a group of people who are students of a Kajukenbo black belt, but get together to share additional workouts due to a limited number of classes availiable at their school, or their being a long distance away from their main school. 
The students instructors must be fully aware of the groups activities, and in charge of setting the standards of the groups workouts, and any making of any promotions.
 

For all the newer members.
Title: Re: New School Listing Sections
Post by: free2ride on September 09, 2007, 06:39:12 AM
Hello, is there any school in Hermosa Beach ?
Title: Re: New School Listing Sections
Post by: John Bishop on September 09, 2007, 12:25:44 PM
Hello, is there any school in Hermosa Beach ?

Sorry, closest one's would be in Los Angeles.
Title: Re: New School Listing Sections
Post by: free2ride on September 09, 2007, 05:16:18 PM
Thank you John.
How about Nathan Scott or PT ? are they still teaching ? they r no longer in Hermosa Beach ? once I follow one of their classes ?

Thanks again
Title: Re: New School Listing Sections
Post by: John Bishop on September 09, 2007, 05:32:35 PM
Thank you John.
How about Nathan Scott or PT ? are they still teaching ? they r no longer in Hermosa Beach ? once I follow one of their classes ?

Thanks again


Sorry, I don't know them.  The only one's I know in the L.A. area are GM Rick Kingi, Sifu Brian McDuffy, and Sifu Earl White.  Sigung Ray Rosales is teaching at the Inosanto Academy, but I think he's just teaching kids classes. 
Title: Re: New School Listing Sections
Post by: Aloha Aina on September 22, 2010, 08:20:26 AM
Aloha,

The Kajukenbo Clube de Lisboa - KCL (Lisbon Kajukenbo Club) allready existes with a legal personality.
NIPC(Number of legal person): 509525881.

It's statutes state(free translation):
The association has the social objective of: a) Directing, promoting, encouraging and developing the practice and sportive education in Kajukenbo in Portugal, mostly in Lisbon region.
b) Foment the study, the practice and divulgation of Kajukenbo in Portugal, created by it's founder Sijo Adriano Emperado, under a sustained way, supporting new iniciatives of foment and implementation of the art. d) Give support to the construction of other clubs with the same objectives and principals with the purpose of constituting a National Federation of the discipline.

Mahalo

Sifu Renato Bernardino
Title: Re: New School Listing Sections
Post by: sleddog on September 22, 2010, 03:43:17 PM
Professor Bishop,

I was gong to say that Ray didn't teach there anymore, but I should have looked at the date.

Mea culpa.

Philip Gelinas
Title: Re: New School Listing Sections
Post by: John Bishop on September 22, 2010, 05:10:56 PM
Professor Bishop,

I was gong to say that Ray didn't teach there anymore, but I should have looked at the date.

Mea culpa.

Philip Gelinas

Yea, this is a old thread.  Ray moved to Utah 2-3 years ago.