Phil Norman at CSP

Guro PHIL NORMAN Seminar at Complete Self Protection

Sunday 19th May 2013

3 Hours

10:30 am Start – CSP – Leon Leisure Centre – Milton Keynes

I have great pleasure in announcing the legendary Phil Norman will be teaching another exclusive seminar for us again this year at CSP this May.

Every year we bring some of the absolute best people in the world to come along and teach seminars for the CSP group and our friends, and this one is no exception.

Phil, one of only a handful of Full Instructors in the UK under Guro DAN INOSANTO, is simply one of the best in the business and a has a wealth of knowledge few can compete with.

Sensei Phil-Norman Profile

 

As the seminar in 2012 was such a success, I thought we should continue our studies of Phil’s revolutionary Ghost system.
We’ll also decide nearer the date what other topics we’d like to cover during the session.

 

Everyone is welcome, but places will be limited, so early payment is essential to guarantee your place.

If you are a CSP student – this is an amazing opportunity to train with someone who is massively experienced, hugely skilled and talented, and a fantastic instructor from the JKD world from where CSP seeks it’s inspiration.

Check out Phil’s website to get an idea of just how good this guy is.

http://www.gladiatoracademy.co.uk/


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Venue

Leon Leisure Centre
in the Small Hall
Fern Grove
Bletchley
Milton Keynes
MK2 3HQ

Website


Cost:
£30 per person
– pay in advance only
£35 per person – pay on the day (places not guaranteed)
£20 per person for CSP Monthly Members

Equipment:
Bag Gloves / Boxing Gloves / Focus Mits
Shin & Instep Guards / Sticks


Times

Session will be 3 hours
Start: 10:30
Finish: 13:30

 

 

 

How to Book:
email: info@alpeasland.com
call: 07967 000 282
quote: Phil Norman Seminar

or

Book On-Line:


Please Note:
Places will only be secure once payment is received – so paying on the day is no guarantee there’ll be room for you to train

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