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Winter Camp 2022

Winter Camp 2022 – With Folks from Across the country coming to Austin for a weekend of training and practice. Starting with the Long Pole class Friday night for instructors and flowing into 8 hours of testing across 2 days, and a team dinner Saturday night at Nagoya Steak And Sushi. Great work to all the folks who traveled to Austin for this annual event.

Congratulations to all those who tested and were promoted:

Sifu Bryan Reed, for Completing the Long Pole Program

Sifu Jason S Miller Promoted to 3rd Degree instructor (and completing the Long Pole Program).

Alex, Bob and Rachel for obtaining Student Grade 8

Avery, AJ, and Dave for obtaining Student Grade 6

And Michael for Student Grade 3

Group Photo on the last day of Camp
Long Pole Class

2022 Seminar Schedule is now Posted

See the new “Schedule” link at the top of website.

For the National Seminar Schedule (all schools, all locations) go to the NVTO Schedule.

Austin Seminar Schedule

DateEventDetails
Feb 25Long Pole ClassLong Pole Class
Feb 26-27Winter CampWinter Camp 2022
Mar 19 Escrima10am to 2pm – Escrima Returns with reoccurring Seminars
May 14Gun Disarming Seminar10am to 2pm – Open to ranks and non-NVTO Kung Fu Students
TBDInstructor TrainingInstructor Training – Refresher/New Instructor training
June TBDEscrima Escrima Seminar
July 15Long Pole Class Long Pole Class
July 16-17Summer Camp Summer Camp 2022
Sept TBDLong Pole Class Long Pole Class

Summer Camp 2021 – Austin Texas

Another Great Winter Seminar at Austin Ving Tsun Academy. The weekend started with a select few advanced practitioners working on long pole training (6 and 1/2 point pole a.k.a. “Luk-Dim-Boon-Gwun”) Friday night, and then continuing into the weekend with 22 students and instructors, packing a months’ worth of training and hands-on practice into a single weekend of work and fun.

Congratulations to all those who tested and were promoted:

Katelyn Miller Student Grade 10
Avery Hackmacn Student Grade 3
Alyssa Miller Student Grade 3
Dave to Student Grade 1 & 2
and Michael Gagnon Student Grade 2