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    Tailoring Epak Kata for Children?
    By Kwiter - Sun, 31 Dec 2006 02:46:59 GMT


    Kwe sewakwekon, Hello everyone, how would I tailor the Kata for children? I have a fair handle on the Kata for Adults but note my daughters get a subset only, they'll likely be taking a short hiatus so I'd like to help keep them "in shape" so to speak, they do something their instructor calls
    Kenpo Kata Little Dragons and another called little Tigers and use the Star blocks tho do these both hands at once.

    Nia:wen kowa Many Thanks


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    Default Re: MT: Tailoring Epak Kata for Children?

    Does anybody have any idea what he's talking about?

    The EPAK kata?

    Subsets for daughters?

    Mohawk Indians rideing New York transit system?

    I'm confused.

    Dan C
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