Boston Martial Arts Center 4th Annual Winter Boot Camp Reflections

by | Dec 8, 2014

Boston Martial Arts Center (KENJUTSU)

Boston Martial Arts Center (KENJUTSU)

I would like to thank friends and students of New England Ninpo Society and Boston Martial Arts Center for your for supporting the 4th Annual Boston Martial Arts Center Winter Bootcamp weekend. Everyone did a great job! Students travel from as far away as Germany and Washington State. We have a great series of seminar’s next year. Up next Kukishinden ryu dakentaijutsu seminar February 7-8th 2015, and then Stephen K. Hayes april 10,11,12 2015 at the Boston Martial Arts Center. Thank you all again for the support.

Mark Davis

Boston Martial Arts Center




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