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    Cool Teacher recomendations?

    YO! Within the next year I am planning on moving. I don't really know where yet. I will probably move where there is a great kung fu teacher. Any recomandations?
    I mainly want to learn longfist of hunggar. Also bajiquan seems good to. It would be great if they also taught qinggong and hard qigong.

    Thanks!!!

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    I mean or hung gar. not of hunggar.

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    well, i guess the question is, where are you now, and how far are you willing to move?

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    I'm currently in Boise, Idaho. I am willing to move 500 miles form here. If there is a good college near by then maybe a little far ther

    Everytime I write ****her it turns into ****her
    Last edited by hindoshima; 09-28-2007 at 12:44 PM.

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    I forgot to add that if the teacher is of high renown and skill I would be willing to travel anywhere in the U.S.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hindoshima View Post
    I'm currently in Boise, Idaho. I am willing to move 500 miles form here. If there is a good college near by then maybe a little far ther

    Everytime I write ****her it turns into ****her
    i switched to using Further for that reason.

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    Go west to San Francisco or the Bay Area in general.

    You have great colleges: Stanford, UCSF, SF State, UC Berkeley, San Jose State.

    You can find any KF style that has ever been created. Sure there are a bunch of kooks out there, but some really good teachers as well. In S.F. Chinatown for instance. You couldn't throw a side kick without have a credible teacher blocking it. Those that don't block are the ones you don't want.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucas View Post
    i switched to using Further for that reason.

    Good Idea!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucas View Post
    i switched to using Further for that reason.
    Yet sacrificed your grammar. For shame.
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    Also bagua or hsing-i also are ones I would like to learn.

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    SF or Portland

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    Well, Jow Ga (my style) has it's Grandmaster in VirginiaBeach,VA. He's not my teacher, but It's a good style.

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    West Coast bahh

    East Coast New York City is the place to be

    Education is the best (both practical and theoretical)

    Kung Fu styles up the waza. Sometimes the kooks are better than the "Sijo's"

    You don't here about them much in the magazines as they only cover the majoirty of West Coast teachers, etc.

    eric

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