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    Quote Originally Posted by michaeledward View Post
    This morning, Hudson Kenpo tested and recognized Mrs. Suzanne Poole at the Rank of 2nd Degree Black Belt. Mrs. Poole has been studying at Hudson Kenpo for more than 10 years. She was promoted to 1st Degree Black belt in June of 2009.

    A 2nd Degree Black Belt at Hudson Kenpo is required to know 175 techniques and extension, 12 sets (including the bo and 2 man sets), and forms through Form 5. Mrs. Poole demonstrated the material with, and against, 8 other black belt students during the test.

    Hudson Kenpo is proud to recognize Mrs. Poole as a 2nd Degree Black Belt.
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    The Hudson Kenpo Spring Seminar with Mr. Planas is fast approaching.

    Hudson Kenpo will be hosting Mr. Planas for a seminar on 4 May 2013, beginning at 1:00 PM. Mr. Planas's seminars always have a good turn out, and they are always informative and often transformative. We look forward to having may friends from around the Northeast join us for a class.

    Reserve the date.

    And call Mr. Hogan soon to reserve your spot ~ 603 595-4507

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    Quote Originally Posted by michaeledward View Post
    Hudson Kenpo will be hosting Mr. Planas for a seminar on 4 May 2013, beginning at 1:00 PM. Mr. Planas's seminars always have a good turn out, and they are always informative and often transformative. We look forward to having may friends from around the Northeast join us for a class.

    And call Mr. Hogan soon to reserve your spot ~ 603 595-4507
    Huk arrives this week. The Hudson Kenpo Seminar is one week away (Saturday May 4th). It looks to be a good seminar with many guests from near and far. Looking forward to see all friends, new and old. If you're in the New England area, think about getting on the mat with Mr. Planas. It has often been observed that Mr. Planas teaches the 'why' of Kenpo, as well as the 'how'.

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    I want to post a quick update about Mr. Planas' visit and seminar.

    On Thursday evening, we had an semi-private, in house, session ... about 14 brown and black belt students. In this session, the intent was to have Mr. Planas review some of the Lance techniques. Well, if you've ever had a class with Huk on knives ... you know it takes a while to get through the material. After a bit over an hour, he moved on from Glancing Lance, although he had not quite completed teaching the technique ... and in the interest of keeping things moving, he went forward with Thrusting Lance. It was just a spectacular lesson.

    The Thursday night class went so well, we continued the Lance techniques on Saturday's seminar. In this class, there were about 3 dozen students of various ranks from all over New England (and a couple of guests from much further away). Huk spent about a hour reviewing some of the Thursday night material before getting into Raining, Entwined and Clipping. And, as he often does with weapons, Mr. Planas showed the "book" version of the technique, and suggested several ways to short-cut the technique, which respected the rules and principles of Kenpo, and urgency of disarming the attacker from his weapon.

    On several occasions during these classes, both I and my training partner, and other relatively advanced students of the art, spoke of the great material Mr. Planas was presenting in a clear manner. He has been referred to as the "Encyclopedia of Kenpo". He is just a wealth of knowledge about the art, how and why it was put together the way it is, and how to best make use of the lessons the art presents. If you have the opportunity to attend a class with Mr. Planas, it is something you will find valuable.

    Mr. Planas will be back at Hudson Kenpo in early September. We hope to see many friends at his class again.

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    Thanks for the review, Mike. I'm sure that any time spent on the mat with Mr. Planas is full of gold nuggets.
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    Mr. Planas is returning to New Hampshire for our Fall Seminar.

    On September 7th, Hudson Kenpo will be hosting a seminar with Mr. Planas. As usual, we will begin at 1:00 pm. The seminar is usually about 3 hours long, and followed by a party hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Hogan. No seminar topics has been decided upon. But, time with Mr. Planas is always of value.

    We look forward to seeing many students and friends at the seminar.

    Call Mr. Hogan to reserve you spot. (603) 595-4507

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    Mike Hogan's Hudson Kenpo Karate school closed the doors at the completion of class on November 27th, 2013. Stopping operations after 21 years of business. There will be a junior black belt test on Saturday morning. There will be an adult black belt test on Sunday morning. So, there will be a few more students recognized for their effort and achievements before the last note fades.

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    I'm sorry to hear that he's closed up shop. It appears to have been a quality school.
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    Sorry to hear the unfortunate news.
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    Mr. Hogan is back in operation for adults at 210 Robinson Rd. Hudson, NH. He rents space at the dance studio in the plaza and continues to teach. He's a caring an compasionate instructor with real heart and substance to his character. I recommend anyone interested in continuing their training to give him a shout.

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