Guro Dan Inosanto Comes To Anderson’s Martial Arts New York City – Jeet Kune Do

It is undeniable that the highlight of August at 
AMAA is always our annual  Guro Dan Inosanto Jeet Kune Do and martial Arts Seminar.
Guro Dan has been coming to Anderson’s Martial Arts Academy for the past 16 years! Each year he brings a new perspective on all things Martial arts and  Jeet Kune Do. This year, while introducing our students to JKD, Kali, Silat, Boxing, Muay Thai and Brazilian JiuJitsu,  Guro also gave us a very special perspective on Cambodian Boxing.
 
Scroll down for the seminar photo album below
Missed it? Make sure to checkout the AMAA Boxing/ Panatuken class (you can find our schedule here) we have already begun to place some of the unique training methods into the curriculum.
Not a student? Old student? Always wanted to train JKD?
let us schedule your FREE one-on-one introductory lesson / or if you are an old student, email us for a free week at AMAA, to see if taking up training again is right for you.
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Guro Dan Inosanto also had the great pleasure to certify Simo Dasha L Anderson as an instructor under him in both
Jeet Kune Do and Filipino Martial Arts!!!

 

Seminar Photo Album

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Who is Guro Dan Inosanto?
While he was originally best known as the training partner, student and best friend of Bruce Lee, today Guro is renowned as the foremost authority on modern Mixed Martial Arts, including martial combat and sport. Guro Dan also carries on and has expanded greatly on the history, philosophy and training of Jeet Kune Do and Filipino Martial Arts including Eskrima and Silat.
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We are all climbing different paths through the mountain of life, and we have all experienced much hardship and strife. There are many paths through the mountain of life, and some climbs can be felt like the point of a knife. Some paths are short and others are long, who can say which path is right or wrong? The beauty of truth is that each path has its own song, and if you listen closely you will find where you belong. So climb your own path true and strong, but respect all other truths for your way for them could be wrong. 

– Dan Inosanto