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Robert Mustard Sensei Visiting LA

July 2, 2011 @ 7:34 pm
by Flo Li

Robert Mustard Sensei Visiting LA dojo

Greetings All,

We were notified just this morning that Robert Mustard Sensei will be teaching a class at the Studio City dojo on Sunday from 6-8pm. Robert Sensei is one of the top instructors in North America. He lived in Japan for many years and trained under Gozo Shioda during that time. He was the Senior Foreign Instructor at Honbu dojo for several of those years that he was there.

If you are interested in attending this class, Edward and I will be driving up to L.A. and you can ride with us. We will be leaving the Boys and Girls Club at 3pm sharp, so get there by 2:55 at the latest. If you are coming it will help us out to know- respond to this email as soon as you know.

If you are under the age of 18, (and of course with a parent’s permission) Edward and I will be responsible for you if you wish to come and train.

This is a great opportunity to train with a very talented and enjoyable teacher.
OSU,
Kevin
P.S. We will still have training on Monday July 4th from 5:30pm-7pm.

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  • July 10, 2011

    Pay attention around 6:30

  • July 12, 2011

    Thanks Anthony! Its amazing watching him move! Now I see what Edward Sensei referred to when he talked about the size of Mustard Sensei versus his precision of movement.

    @6:30 Mustard Sensei said “don’t stick your finger in my ear.” Then the kid did it anyway!!! I’ll do that next time to you Anthony. 😉

  • Kevin Pickard
    July 12, 2011

    Hey Anthony,
    Good find! Since you were able to accompany Edward and me to his class in Studio City you know that this entertaining style you see in the video is simply the way he is all the time! Lots of fun and serious Aikido at the same time- what more can you ask for? This is why we may bring him to SoCal for a workshop in the fall.

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