From Joseph Natter ’17:
Capoeira is an Afro-Brazilian art form which combines fighting, dance, and music. Rich with acrobatics and trickery, it is a fighting style designed to confuse and counter conventional western fighting techniques. Having been used by slaves in Brazil, Capoeira’s history is intimately tied to the bloody proletariat struggle for freedom. I will be teaching Capoeira Regional, in the style of the school Volta Ao Mundo. All experience levels are welcome.
Date/Time: Every Monday @ 7:30 pm
Place: Freeman Wrestling Room
Dana Pellegrino ’12 gets straight to the point:
Capoeira is coming to the Green Street Arts Center! Wesleyan students will get a special discount for 6 classes, and if you want to try it out, the first class is free. Don’t miss out on this martial arts/dance synchrony.
Date: Friday, February 1st
Place: Green Street Arts Center
Cost: First class free, $72 for 6 classes
From Alan Rodi ’12:
Shaolin Priests with more than 40 years of combined experience are continuing Thursday lessons in Meditation at 5:00 in the Chapel Basement, Tai Chi at 6:30 in one of the Multipurpose rooms in Freeman depending on availability, and Southern Tiger Style Kung Fu at 7:30 in the multipurpose rooms, as well.
The cost for the semester is $60, but the first two lessons are free if you would like to try it out. Also, if any students have difficulty paying, they may speak with the priests to decrease the cost for them.
Please e-mail arodi(at)wesleyan(dot)edu for more information or to be added to the listserv.
Date: Thursday, February 3
Time: 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Place: Chapel Basement and Freeman Athletic Center
Cost: $60 American
Ever wanted to know how the human body can break a board or brick or why Jujitsu locks hurt???
Science Hall will give you the answers with a demonstration by Alex Gold ’10 and the chance to break boards for yourself!
Date: Today, April 24th
Location: MoCon circle
Demetria Spinrad ’11 writes in to ask us:
Want to learn an unusual martial art? Interested in Japanese culture? Really into samurai movies? The Kendo club is looking for new recruits.
Meetings are 7-9 PM on Tuesdays and 1-3 PM on Saturdays in Multipurpose Room 3 (in the basement of Freeman). Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or just show up for a practice.