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  • Full Name: Isun Skelhorn
  • Location: Salt Spring Island
  • Phone: 289 231 0216
  • Expires: 16 days, 1 hour

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    White Dragon Warriors Martial Arts & Healing (www.zenonegames.ca)

    The mandate of White Dragon Warriors is to provide excellent training in a variety of martial arts disciplines while fostering self-honour, strength of character, and self confidence. Visualization and meditation practices provide valuable healing techniques while raising levels of compassion and expanding spiritual consciousness.
    Kancho of White Dragon Warriors Isun Skelhorn has been teaching for over forty years and has received awards for his work with underprivileged children. Isun holds blackbelts in several martial arts disciplines, is a 6th dan black belt in chito ryu karate, and is an adjudicator for the Ronin Kai Karate Federation.
    Isun trains outdoors, year-round, and will come to your home or property on Salt Spring Island.
    Private and semi-Private classes (1-6 students) $20.00 per student. (classes are 1 – 1 1/2 hrs)
    Founder and director of Games of the Masters, Isun has also developed a series of martial arts related games designed to bring out the master within. (www.zenonegames.ca)

    For more information, or to book a class, call 289 231 0216, or email: gamesofthemasters1@gmail.com

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