Intensives

 

 

Note: To participate to the festival you don’t have to be dancers or artists since the festival is aimed at people who want to experiment with art and movement regardless of whether they have prior experience.
The goal is to explore different skills and capabilities that exist within us study with great teachers and enjoy!

 

 

Here you will find in the first part the curriculum and description of the workshops of the  Jam of Arts festival.

In the second part the descriptions of the Fos yoga festival retreat.

 

 

Urs Stauffer (Switzerland) 

"I first met Steve Paxton in 1989 and was deeply impressed by his dance. The year after I had for the first time the possibility to work with Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen and knew right away that Body-Mind Centering® would be a lifetime project for me. Ever since I keep working with both of these two masters who are of great influence in my movement research. I am a Somatic Movement Educator and Practitioner certified by the school of Body-Mind Centering® and teach Contact Improvisation with the personal agreement of Steve Paxton".

Urs lives in Switzerland and shares his research with a variety of people, professional movers or not. Over the years he worked for different professional trainings in several European countries.

His performances were presented in Switzerland, Italy, France, Germany and Cyprus. (photo: Jean-Luc Fortin)

 

 

(photo:  00 residency)

 

 

Title of the workshopRESEARCH WITH THE BODY’S INTELLIGENCE

 

From my understanding, Contact Improvisation and Body Mind Centering® are ways to do research. They have a long history and tradition in inspiring and informing each other. During this workshop at the confluence of the two techniques, we will explore the use of different tissues such as organs and bones to sustain the dance and look at how cellular communication between different bodies can work where thinking is too slow. (Body-Mind Centering® and BMC® are registered service marks of Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen, used with permission). photo: Christos Giannakopoulos)

 

 

 

 

 
Matthieu Gaudeau Dancer-Teacher of the Alexander Technique.
He worked as a performer from 1997-2015 within live performance companies and collectives. 
He started training in the Alexander Technique in 2009 and began to rethink his teaching and pedagogy based on the principles of inhibition and directed attention.
He is passionate about the organization of the human gesture and the relationship between attention and posture.
He works with people suffering from Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease and participates in the ICI and ICrEA projects (dance and neurosciences, C.N.R.S national center for scientific research); as a founding member, he plays a central role in the development of experimental protocols around attention and joint attention.
He regularly collaborates with others to open up the practice (Mandoline Whittlese-Authentic Movement, Emma Bigé-Philosophy, Asaf Bachrach-Science and Philosophy, Loic Santiago-Systema).
He is co-organizer of the Rencontres Internationales de Contact Improvisation in Paris.
 
 
 
 
  

Title of the workshop: Suspension in action

Contact improvisation is a wonderful means of disorientation and therefore of learning. It allows us to revisit certain constants of human movement such as gravity, touch, support, orientation, under the angle of necessity and not of technique. Through a game of abandonment to gravity and a shared touch, we become the active witness of our own system of balance, coordination and organization. What deepens in the practice of Contact Improvisation is the possibility of remaining in this "wonder of de-doing/re-doing" in action, where supporting forces and a sustaining relationship to our environment and partner are woven. 
For some years now, I have been fascinated by tone, its variations, its musicality; it is a fascinating crossroads for approaching the psycho-physical unity so dear to somatic practices. A large part of the work of the Alexander Technique is to perceive in activity our level of reactivity and to suspend our singular and habitual way of responding to certain stimuli.
This time of suspension allows us to highlight the way we are organized in the moment in relation to our support (the ground or partner) but also to gravity (the forces that organize us) and how we live our verticality (dialogue between these support forces and our orientation, our relationships) and all this is expressed through tone. And it is precisely with this tone that we dialogue in Contact Improvisation. I notice that by observing it and developing its "reading" it gradually becomes a shared territory where the forces and orientations at stake in the duet (comfort and risk-taking) can be organized but also predicted.
This (active) suspension allows for an "open time" where listening (welcoming) and letting go are precisely articulated, two gestures specific to contact improvisation.
I therefore propose to explore this particular space of suspension (inhibition in the language of the Alexander Technique) to see how it is an obvious gateway to an undoing - and to approach the "technique",  not as elements to be reached but as paths in which to "let oneself be explored".
 
 
 
 
 
Teti Nikolopoulou is a dancer, choreographer, researcher, dance, and physical education teacher, with a somatic approach to either choreography or dance education. 
Teti, after her graduation in Physical Education at Kapodestrian University of Athens and dance at Kontaxaki Professional Dance School, she took lessons at the Movement Research studio, Merce Cunningham studio, Paul Taylor studio and Alvin Ailey Studio, in New York City and at Laban Centre, London. Among others, she has attended lessons and seminars in release techniques and improvisation with David Zabrano, Thomas Mettler, Gwen Welliver, Maxine Heppner, and Axis Syllabus with Frey Faust, Timos Zechas and others.
Since 2000, she has been trained in contact improvisation (CI) with Christina Klissiouni and she has participated in seminars of the practice with Nancy Stark Smith, Nitta Little, Daniel Lepkoff, Benno Voorham, Chariiet Morissey and others.
She has been awarded as a young choreographer and she has received grants from the Ministry of Culture in 2005, 2007, 2017-18, 2018-19 and 2021-22.
She has a PhD related with contact improvisation:
(https://www.didaktorika.gr/eadd/handle/10442/51162).
She is teaching contact improvisation for more than 18 years. She gives CI lessons and lectures about somatic approach in dance in several professional dance schools in Greece and conferences. She was a guest teacher in 2019's Freiburg international contact improvisation festival.

Since 2017 she is choreographing in Anima – soma dance company (1992) which specializes in dance creation and dance archiving and is fund from the Ministry of Culture in Greece. The company embraces her vision and wants to communicate and disseminate her embodied approach.

Performances

You always unbalance me 2022, extracts https://youtu.be/VtQ2C6gOKWc

Gift/present 2019, extracts https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6foaJKpsVEE

infinities 2017-18- teaser https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XuXwiW-bnW4&feature=youtu.be

Meet me there, 2016, teaser https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QjhOomepNxo&feature=youtu.be

 Roots 2015, teaser https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Byj-b6nTEzA

Ιsolated, 2010, teaser https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k21eo7xTgXs

Knots 2011, full piece https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=spCopN1TgP4

 
 
 
 

Title of the workshop: From our roots to flying together

In this class we will focus on support on the ground (earth and other’s bodies) and how gravity opens paths for rising, for expanding in space and for moving softly and efficiently. These two opposing forces, support, and expansion, provide ways to contact the others, to roll to the points of contact and to function as one integrated system. These “constantly moving roots” are the anchors that enable us to “fly” towards each other.

With instructions that derive from somatic practices and holistic approach we focus on the awareness and the presence of the partners bodies. We thus add in our explorations the inner workings of human action and inter-action. When and how one transitions from the conscious to the non-conscious, from the body to the mind, from the inner to the outer self and from me to us, are the subjects of this work.

And we finally “play” with the incredible properties of the body: when it functions as an entity, its capacity to vary its shape without breaking, the helix-like and spiral movements created by joint motions (based on experiential anatomy), the infinite kinetic chains it can produce, and more.

For all levels

 
 
 

Ippokratis Veneris, teacher, dancer, choreographer, deepen and studies dance and other arts for more than 20 years. In his lessons of contact inserts elements from the various disciplines that has studied extensively over the years as: floorwork, release technique, experiential anatomy, applied anatomy, dupuy technique, acrobalance, martial arts, afro dance, ballet, alexander technic, chi kung, dance theatre and much more.

 – In the past collaborated with the UNIVERSITY OF ROME “Roma 3”, department of “Philosophy of Education” giving lectures about “Pedagogy, C.I. and personal researches on teaching”.

- for two years he received an open scholarship in Brussels (PARTS-ROSAS Dance Company) and in Rome by the region of Lazio to proceed with his research on dance theater projects. His original works (“Buongiorno Amore”, “Afroditi”, presented at Olympic theatre and Theatre Greco) combine together elements of theatre and dance.

 – Is professor in the theatre school “il Cantiere Teatrale”.

- 2018 award: His work as choreography director for the Pina Bausch "The Nelken line in Rome". An international project of 25 dancers of 11 different countries. Receives the second award of Lazio Film Festival Commission.

– In March of 2014 he was a guest together with Giulio Tremonti (former Italian Minister of Economy), Romano Prodi (the former Italian prime minister and former president of the European community), Ermanno Olmi (film director) in the TV peogram “the wind whistles” of Gad Lerner for Repubblica television and for the art channel Effe tv.

– Has collaborated -teaching and making shows of improvisation- with the Italian National Organization of Theater.

– Teaches regularly twice a week Contact Improvisation developing his own method.

– Teaches in different places around Europe.

– Has collaborated with Roberto Castello-Aldes for “Narrate” premium UBU as the best dance theatre production of the year in Italy and many others.

– In 2011 decided to stop making shows and concentrate his energies on the research about the human nature and the wisdom of our bodies.

– Co-founder of CORE an association of choreographers of central Italy to promote the rights of the live performing arts

– Co-founder of RomaContact a collective of dancers who promote and give shows of improvisation and Contact Improvisation.

– Organized the last 10 years many events of art and workshops inviting teachers from all Europe.

– Lives in Rome where graduate at school “l’officina” where study release technique, Dupuy technique, contact improvisation, instant improvisation and composition.

– As a choreographer, dancer and improviser has organized and participated at different events, in the last ten years.

– Has studied with many choreographers and participating at numerous workshops of physical-theatre, contemporary dance, choreographic composition and contact improvisation.

 

 

Theme of the lab: Blow in in the wind

 

in this lab, using some dance and contact impro principles that I have elaborated in the past years, we will explore how to dance, as solo, duets and trios, in a light, effortless and organic mode.

Through various exercises and games we will deepen on how to use in a proper way the gravity, the organic movements, the applied dance anatomy, the breath and the partnering engineering.

Using those principles we will explore the topics:

How can we offer our presence to our partners, being available and open physically, mentally and energetically connected. We will work on how to be in the present -here and now- and in listening to ourselves and our partners. We will explore, while we dance and improvise, how to accept and how to offer and become our meeting, an open, fluid and communicative dance; become our dance a real meeting and a journey.

A dance and a meeting that is blowin in the wind, blowin in the intecconection with the partners and the space.

 

 

 


Aliki Dourmazer was born in Thessaloniki and is living and working in different cities and rural residencies of Greece and Europe.

She has a Bachelor in «Theatre Studies» specializing in Physical Theatre (1999) and a degree of Master in Arts (with Distinction) in «Ensemble Physical Theatre: Training and Performance», University of Huddersfield, UK. (2009).

She was specially trained in ‘Psychophysical theatre training’ by Phillip Zarrilli (UK & Wales), in ‘Ensemble Physical Theatre’ by John Britton (UK, France & Greece) and in ‘Voice and the Body’ techniques by Chris Coe (UK).

She works as an Associate Director, performer and vocal trainer of International Theatre Ensemble ‘DUENDE' with artistic director John Britton, based in England.

She is touring in theatre schools, laboratories and training spaces of Greece, Switzerland and England teaching ‘Ensemble Physical Theatre’ in combination with her own vocal training approaches ' Pleasure in Voice'. Her workshop ‘Voice is the Body’ was part of the 3rd Biennale of Contemporary Art in Thessaloniki.

She works in the theatrical field since 1999 as a performer, actress, kinesiologist and physical theater director in theatres, festivals and alternative spaces in Athens, Thessaloniki, Mytilene, Chania etc. and Geneva (Switzerland), Huddersfield (UK).

She is collaborating as one of DUENDE directors with the University of Huddersfield, Drama course where she teaches and directs 'Voice Performance' in the module 'PerformancThe last 3 years she is investigating the dynamic relationship between Movement and Voice through the Pleasure Principle in a series of workshops and solo performances around Greece and England. is currently living in Geneva. She is a graduate in «Theatre Studies» specializing in Physical Theatre and has a degree of Master in Arts (with Distinction) in «Ensemble Physical Theatre: Training and Performance», University of Huddersfield, UK. She is further trained in Psychophysical theatre by Phillip Zarrilli (UK & Wales), in Ensemble Physical Theatre by John Britton (UK & Greece) and Voice and the Body techniques from Chris Coe (UK). She works as an Associate Director, performer and vocal trainer of International Theatre 'Ensemble DUENDE' with artistic director John Britton, based inEngland. She is touring in theatre schools, laboratories and training spaces of Greece, Switzerland and England teaching ‘Ensemble Physical Theatre’ in combination with her own vocal training approaches ' Pleasure in Voice'. Her workshop ‘Voice is the Body’ was part of the 3rd Biennale of Contemporary Art in Thessaloniki.

She works in the theatrical field since 1999 as a performer, actress, kinesiologist and physical theater director in theatres, festivals and alternative spaces in Greek cities, in Geneva (Switzerland), Huddersfield (UK). Her next project is the collaboration with the University of Huddersfield where she will teach and direct 'Voice performance' in the module 'Performance' of the Drama Studies department.

The last 3 years she is investigating the dynamic relationship between Movement and Voice through the Pleasure Principle in a series of workshops and solo performances around Greece and England. 

 www.physicaltheatre.gr     

 

 

Title  of the lab: 'Voice is the Body'

- Ensemble Physical Theatre & Voice

We are training ourselves in ‘Ensemble Physical Theatre’ combined with the exploration of the vocal dynamics of the performer as a constantly energetic part of his expressive means. Using the practice of discovering our physical expressive tools, specific voice research- experimentation and kinetic-vocal improvisations, we activate an organic connection between our body and voice, between movement and sound.

 Τhis physical and voice training practice is focusing on the following:

- Practical Study and re assembling of the perceptional process of physical reaction – expression.

- Τοols for preparation and rediscovery of our personal sound in relation to our inner physical structures with core principle the pleasure in the process :

Warming up of the body, face and vocal instruments as the tools of discovery of our unique voice / Group circle vocal improvisation / The joy of group singing as a way of sharing the development of sound and melody.

- Direct connection and activation between body and voice, impulse – reaction through movement and voicing.

- Physical and vocal improvisation in pairs, small and big groups.

- Effortless, flowing physical and vocal expression so as to promote an open, without obstacles body of the performer.

We promote a continuous internal interaction between 'inner' and 'outer' stimuli in the performance. We cultivate the alert presence of the performer in the ‘here and now 'of the action, in a continuous flow of pleasurable interaction with all members of the ensemble. We are training ourselves in ‘Ensemble Physical Theatre’ combined with the exploration of the vocal dynamics of the performer as a constantly energetic part of his expressive means. Using the practice of discovering our physical expressive tools, specific voice research- experimentation and kinetic-vocal improvisations, we activate an organic connection between our body and voice, between movement and sound. 

 

 

 

FOS YOGA FESTIVAL WORKSHOPS

 

 

 

Flowing in the nature - The ecological body mind

 

Flowing in the nature and the ecological body mind will be the general theme on which will deepen the teachers of the yoga festival. Workshops will take place in stage and in nature.

 

 

 

 

 Anastasis 

(Vinyasa free style, yin yoga, osteo-thai massage)
 

 
 
 
 
Anastasis is a certified Hatha Yoga teacher & massage therapist (Traditional Thai massage,Osteothai, Craniosacral).
Former professional dance r(ballet & contemporary dance). He toured the world as a dancer for 15 years and then began his Yoga journey in 1994 in Varanasi (India).
He studied Hatha ,Ashtanga and Anusara yoga.
Anastasis has been giving regular classes in Chania (Greece) since 2001 and teaches in workshops and festivals in South- East Asia (Bali, Laos),  in Europe - Greece, France, Germany, U.K, Switzerland, Spain, Turkey, Slovenia, USA, Russia and Ukraine, and since few years in India to Indians Classical dancers and Yogis.
Anastasis teaching is a synthesis of diferent traditions with the fluidity, beauty & grace of a dancer, determination & grounding of Martial Arts and the spirit & expression of “ Zorba the Greek” (generosity, creativity, joy & freedom.
He has a creative and personal Vinyasa Freestyle forme of teaching that is meditative,therapeutic & ritualistic.
His aim is to bring out the inner guru,to inspire people to dare to be creative to explore and find their own path which ultimately fulfill their dreams. Through this process becoming a real yogi, an artist,a poet,a philosopher and an activist.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gabi Dal Ponte (Brazil - Acroyoga, Iyengar) is a Yoga practitioner since 2002 and became a teacher back in 2007.

She has three certifications from different schools including Iyengar and Vinyasa Yoga in São Paulo/2007, London/2011 and Montreal/2021 and she never stops studying, recycling and being curious about this ancient and beautiful philosophy.
Her classes provide alignment, flexibility, strength and movement to the body, mind and spirit.
Gabi first experienced Acroyoga in 2010 in London and it was love at first practice, since then she participates in Immersions, workshops, classes and regular trainings. She became a certified teacher in 2015 with Acroyoga International school and started teaching in Beijing, where she used to live at the time, building the Acroyoga community there. 
Gabi taught in many festivals, workshops and events in Asia, USA, Europe and Brazil and she was also assistant in many immersions.
In 2018 she became a level 2 teacher by the same school, in Greece, where she reassured the love and the trust in the practice and the belief that Acroyoga came to change the world.
She is also a Thai massage and Ayurvedic therapist .
 
 

YOGA AND ACROYOGA TRAININGS

AYURVEDIC YOGA MASSAGE TRAINING, São Paulo, Brasil 2005 

IYENGAR YOGA 500 HOUR TEACHER TRAINING, São Paulo, Brasil 2005 - 2007

INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF AYURVEDA 200 HOUR INTENSIVE TRAINING, Kerala, India 2006

TRIYOGA 690 HOUR TEACHER TRAINING, LEVEL I, London, England 2009 - 2011

ACROYOGA INTERNATIONAL TEACHER TRAINING, LEVEL I, San Diego, USA

ACROYOGA INTERNATIONAL TEACHER TRAINING, LEVEL II, Chalkida, Greece

STUDIO MILE END 100 HOUR ADVANCED YOGA TEACHER TRAINING, Montréal, Canada

 

Notable events and workshops:

● AcroYoga Festival do Brasil - Alexânia, Brasil - March 2018

● 1o Encontro Internacional de AcroYoga em São Paulo - São Paulo, Brasil - May 2019

● AcroYoga International Festival - San Diego, USA - August 2015

● AcroYoga International Festival - Rio de Janeiro, Brasil - June 2017

● AcroYoga International Festival - Rio de Janeiro, Brasil - June 2018

● AcroYoga Workshop - Lisbon & Sagres, Portugal - August 2018

● AcroYoga International Festival - Chalkida, Greece - September 2018

● AcroYoga International Foundations Immersion - Brasilia, Brasil - November 2019

● AcroYoga 6-week Beginner’s Course - Paris, France - March to April 2022

 

 

 

 

 

 Lisa Donnadieu, (France - Hatha flow, Partner yoga) is a French & Swedish 500h certified yoga teacher trained in Hatha & Vinyasa Yoga in New York and Ashtanga in Mysuru, India. 

During her studies (master degree in international business and design thinking), she kept practicing yoga with renowned teachers in the cities where she lived : New York, Portland OR, Melbourne and Paris. 

She studied acting at l’Atelier Blanche Salant in Paris and improv at the Barrow Group Theatre Company in New York.

She has been practicing yoga for over ten years all over the world, including India where she goes regularly to deepen her practice in
multiple places and ashram as 300h in Mysore, India with Ramesh.
Lisa Is also a certified sound healer. Mexico. Sound Therapy. January 202.

Lisa teaches yoga full time in Paris and has hosted more than twenty workshops and holistic multisensorial retreats in France and Morocco.
Prqctice Karma Yoga called also Yoga of the Action through various  solidarity and charity projects. She also created an eco-label, YLĀ, to promote natural yoga mats and enlighten Indian crafts.


Her classes are inspired by a dance background as modern, ballet and jazz and of her current last 3 years studies at the Chinese school of performing arts (contortion & balancing).
She believes in the power of hands-on-adjustments and offers a lot of assist allowing a greater awareness of the body and a better understanding of the asanas.
Het Yoga classes are focused on the precision of alignment associated with dynamic and fluid movements harmonized by the breath.
Lisa is also inspired by Yin and add Pilates and Barre au Sol sequences to strengthen muscle work, adapting above all to the experience and energy of the day to accompany him in more complex asanas
https://www.yogaaveclisa.com


HATHA FLOW
A fusion of Hatha Yoga & Vinyasa Flow: Start the day with a mindful & dynamic class focused on alignments, Ujjayi breath and core activation. We will play around with balancing poses, variations & transitions.



PARTNER YOGA
This practice allows two people to relate to one another through assisted postures. You will feel the weight of your partner during the class as if you were receiving constant adjustments. From stretching your levels of trust to strengthening your communication, we will be communicating mostly nonverbally to deepen our body-awareness.


 

 

Ippokratis Veneris, (Acro & Partner dance). teacher, dancer, choreographer, deepen and studies dance and other arts for more than 20 years. In his lessons of contact inserts elements from the various disciplines that has studied extensively over the years as: floorwork, release technique, experiential anatomy, applied anatomy, dupuy technique, acrobalance, martial arts, afro dance, ballet, alexander technic, chi kung, dance theatre and much more.

 – In the past collaborated with the UNIVERSITY OF ROME “Roma 3”, department of “Philosophy of Education” giving lectures about “Pedagogy, C.I. and personal researches on teaching”.

- for two years he received an open scholarship in Brussels (PARTS-ROSAS Dance Company) and in Rome by the region of Lazio to proceed with his research on dance theater projects. His original works (“Buongiorno Amore”, “Afroditi”, presented at Olympic theatre and Theatre Greco) combine together elements of theatre and dance.

 – Is professor in the theatre school “il Cantiere Teatrale”.

- 2018 award: His work as choreography director for the Pina Bausch "The Nelken line in Rome". An international project of 25 dancers of 11 different countries. Receives the second award of Lazio Film Festival Commission.

– In March of 2014 he was a guest together with Giulio Tremonti (former Italian Minister of Economy), Romano Prodi (the former Italian prime minister and former president of the European community), Ermanno Olmi (film director) in the TV peogram “the wind whistles” of Gad Lerner for Repubblica television and for the art channel Effe tv. 

– Has collaborated -teaching and making shows of improvisation- with the Italian National Organization of Theater.

– Teaches regularly twice a week Contact Improvisation developing his own method.

– Teaches in different places around Europe.

– Has collaborated with Roberto Castello-Aldes for “Narrate” premium UBU as the best dance theatre production of the year in Italy and many others.

– In 2011 decided to stop making shows and concentrate his energies on the research about the human nature and the wisdom of our bodies.

– Co-founder of CORE an association of choreographers of central Italy to promote the rights of the live performing arts

– Co-founder of RomaContact a collective of dancers who promote and give shows of improvisation and Contact Improvisation.

– Organized the last 10 years many events of art and workshops inviting teachers from all Europe.

– Lives in Rome where graduate at school “l’officina” where study release technique, Dupuy technique, contact improvisation, instant improvisation and composition.

– As a choreographer, dancer and improviser has organized and participated at different events, in the last ten years.

– Has studied with many choreographers and participating at numerous workshops of physical-theatre, contemporary dance, choreographic composition and contact improvisation.

 

 

 

 

 

Thomas Croc is a Chi Kung, Kung Fu and Meditation Instructor, originally from south France.

He has been practicing and researching Martial Arts since 2010, starting with Karate as a fiery teenager and transitioning to the more soft and subtle arts of Kung Fu in his later years.

 

In 2017 his journey broug him to the Nam Yang Kung Fu Retreat School in Thailand, where scholars can devote themselves to Kung Fu in a monastic way and train whole year long. There he spent 2 years living and practicing daily with Master Iain Armstrong, a legend in the Kung Fu world.

Thomas is specialized in Traditional Shaolin Kung Fu, which is very complete and includes Soft and Hard Chi Kung (Qigong) practices, the White Crane Internal Form, Tiger Crane Combination Kung Fu, Shaolin Weapons, Meditation, Theory and Philosophy and more.

The Kung Fu tradition of the Nam Yang School originates from the Shaolin Monks of southern China, which was preserved through the Communist Rise in China by a few Masters that fled to Singapore.

Thomas is devoted to preserving and passing on the Shaolin Arts in their authentic form. He offers the possibility to learn  the Arts in classes, seminars and intensive retreats.

Since 2020 Thomas lives in Greece with his life partner and son and offers regular classes as well as intensive Retreats in special locations where students can immerse in the daily practice of Chi Kung and Kung Fu.

 He is in the process of creating an official Nam Yang Kung Fu school in Greece.

He still travels to Thailand to meet his master and deepen his understanding and practice in the Ancient Arts.

 To learn more, visit his webpage www.crockungfu.com

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

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