820 Mamaroneck Avenue
(Red door from back of building)
Mamaroneck, NY 10543
1156 East Putnam Avenue
Riverside CT 06878
Before I begin, let me start from the end…. Which is always a new beginning:
In 2014 I suffered a series of difficulties which resulted in a stroke. Luckily with God’s help I recovered fully and quickly. The martial arts I had been practicing over the years had proved its value. Two years ago I graduated my top disciple, who opened his own commercial school. My ancestors and I, during our Bai Si (closed door tea ceremony) took oaths to never commercialize our style. So therefore, in 2016, I took this as an opportunity to re-open my school, condense the material (eliminate extraneous and repetitive forms) so as to make the new Curriculums easier to learn, over a shorter period of time. In May of this year, 2016, I began instructing low functioning adults for WJCS (Westchester Jewish Community Services). I teach about 35-40 students on Monday and Tuesday afternoon and evenings. It is very gratifying for me to see them able to perform fairly complex techniques. I had to realize first, these are complicated moves. Second, how to develop teaching methods to make the learning of the techniques easier. The idea is to transmit the same material to as many people as possible, but not waste time, and in today’s world, our time is precious, time is all we have...
And time is money...