Upcoming Cincinnati Quest Center Martial Arts Events

 

40th Annual Fall Festival

December 5-6 (Dayton, OH)  

Join James and Johanna Norris as they train with their teachers Stephen and Rumiko Hayes, as well as many other instructors from all over the world, at Stephen K. Hayes’ 40th annual Fall Festival! There will be plenty of great teaching by An-Shu Hayes, a segment by James Kentoshi Norris, and much more. This year’s event will be online as well as in-person at the Dayton Quest Center, so you can train wherever you are comfortable.

Call the Dayton dojo at (937) 436-9990 to register

 

Upcoming Tools & Tactics Class Themes

Monday, October 5th (7:30 to 8:15 pm)

Fire Kihon Variations

We look at several new ways to use our core fire level techniques to help round out our understanding of those principles.

 

Monday, October 12th (7:30 to 8:15 pm)

Wrist Lock Skills

We will cover both some foundational ways to lock up the wrist, as well as how to create movement and leverage that doesn’t rely on strength or causing pain.

 

Monday, October 19th (7:30 to 8:15 pm)

Wrist Lock Skills

We will cover both some foundational ways to lock up the wrist, as well as how to create movement and leverage that doesn’t rely on strength or causing pain.

 

Monday, October 26th (7:30 to 8:15 pm)

Knife Defenses

Knife attacks are one of the most scary self-defense scenarios we could face. We’ll look at some important beginning skills for dealing with this challenging situation.

Upcoming Historical Class Themes

 

Thursday, October 1st (8:15 to 9:00 pm)

Bo Kihon

Bo (6 foot staff) fundamentals and fighting spirit are the themes of these next few classes. We’ll cover some basic concepts and the attitude needed to win a fight on the battlefield. (This spirit can translate to modern self-defense as well!)

 

Thursday, October 8th (8:15 to 9:00 pm)

Takagi Yoshin Ryu Shoden

One of our themes for 2020 is the historical lineage of Takagi Yoshin Ryu. In this series of classes we’ll continue the exploration of concepts from this school. We will start from our fundamental historical movement, and look at how that becomes more advanced Takagi Yoshin Ryu material. (Each technique will be taught step-by-step and built upon so all experience levels will get something out of these classes.)

 

Thursday, October 15th (8:15 to 9:00 pm)

Takagi Yoshin Ryu Shoden

One of our themes for 2020 is the historical lineage of Takagi Yoshin Ryu. In this series of classes we’ll continue the exploration of concepts from this school. We will start from our fundamental historical movement, and look at how that becomes more advanced Takagi Yoshin Ryu material. (Each technique will be taught step-by-step and built upon so all experience levels will get something out of these classes.)

 

Thursday, October 22nd (8:15 to 9:00 pm)

Takagi Yoshin Ryu Shoden

One of our themes for 2020 is the historical lineage of Takagi Yoshin Ryu. In this series of classes we’ll continue the exploration of concepts from this school. We will start from our fundamental historical movement, and look at how that becomes more advanced Takagi Yoshin Ryu material. (Each technique will be taught step-by-step and built upon so all experience levels will get something out of these classes.)

 

Thursday, October 29th (8:15 to 9:00 pm)

Bo Kihon

Bo (6 foot staff) fundamentals and fighting spirit are the themes of these next few classes. We’ll cover some basic concepts and the attitude needed to win a fight on the battlefield. (This spirit can translate to modern self-defense as well!)

Summer Camp Schedule

Due to COVID, we made the difficult decision that we would have to cancel summer camps for this year.

Keep watching for our 2021 Summer Schedule!