Dates: Oct 2 – Nov. 13
Time: Thursday nights from 7:30 – 9 p.m.
Taught by: David Tircuit
Cost: $350 plus the cost of the weapon (approx. $35)
Tei Lung Gwun – Earth Dragon Staff is the signature weapon of the Shaolin temple. It combines low moving, stretched out postures with powerful leaping strikes; elegant and athletic. The form is from the Northern Shaolin Lohan style. It is also known as Shaolin 72 Secret Techniques Staff. It emphasizes movements which transition rapidly from low to high postures.
When: Sept. 4 – Sept. 25
Time: Thursday nights from 7:30 – 8:30 p.m.
New to One with Heart. 4 weeks of self-defense training for women and teen girls. Raise your awareness. Gain valuable information about recognizing offender behavior. Learn quick releases and fast striking. Train assertive voice and body language.
I, like most boys of a young age, had a fascination for Martial Arts movies from early elementary school onwards; so I decided to pursue it as an alternative to team sports (which I was not a fan of). Unfortunately, my 9 year old attention span began to wane as I previewed Kendo and TaeKwonDo and was disillusioned! (more…)
By Michael Gill
When considering this question, it is helpful to look at human biological history. As a species, we’ve been around for a few hundred thousand years, and for the overwhelming majority of that time we’ve been eating freshly picked fruits and vegetables, nuts, seeds and occasional chunks of wild game that we managed to scavenge or hunt. Other than fruits, there isn’t anything on that list with a sweet flavor, and by most estimates, fruits at the time (before domestication and breeding) were generally less sweet. (more…)
Thursday, Oct. 2, 2014
7:30 – 9 p.m.
Learn how to defend yourself and have fun at the same time.
After class we’ll enjoy a celebratory beverage and dreamy cupcake because taking care of ourselves deserves a reward.
For women and teen girls ages 12 and above
When: Sat. Oct. 18 from 2 – 5 p.m.
Empowering self-defense training for women and teen girls ages 12 and above. Learn to set clear boundaries with strong body language and voice. Learn to strike with speed and commitment. In just 3 hours you will gain confidence and peace of mind.
Fall Special: Sign up now for only $99! 50% off the regular price of $199.
Our next 4-week session starts up again soon. Morning and evening class options are available. Begin summer with a great workout routine.
PM Elements Dates: Sept. 8 – Oct. 4, 2014
AM Elements Dates: Sept. 9 – Oct. 4,, 2014
Contact us for details or register online.
As of July 1 One with Heart and One with Heart St. Johns are officially separating from Tulen Headquarters and Barbara Niggel. Tulen HQ has become mired in financial mismanagement and other challenges and we firmly believe it is no longer in the best interest of our students or our schools to continue the affiliation.
We recognize and are grateful for the training we received from Mas Goeroe Agoeng Barbara Niggel and we wish her well.
Mas Goeroe Agoeng Janesa remains committed to both One with Heart and One with Heart St. Johns. She and her Black Belts will continue to provide high level martial arts training for all students. We look forward to continuing in this new direction with each and every one of you. If you have any questions don’t hesitate to talk with your class instructor.
Keeley Love greets many of our customers and staff from the front desk at our Hawthorne school. She is originally from Columbia Falls, MT. She found her way to Portland after living in several other cities during her lifelong career as a professional ballerina. She has also trained with several renowned European choreographers, giving her experience in contemporary ballet as well. Her diverse background in dance of all forms, as well as her natural kinesthetic tendencies, very much makes her appreciate the beautiful form of Poekoelan. (more…)
by Mas Morgan Senkal
Of the many great things about training at One with Heart, one of the ones you hear mentioned a lot is the wonderful community you find here. Certainly, I’ve come to appreciate greatly the friendship and supportive environment that fills the school. But it can sometimes feel that it’s the school itself that contains that feeling, when it is in reality our fellowship as Poekoelan practitioners. Because stepping onto the training floor during Amsterdam Camp last month, Mas Charlene and I felt like we had just discovered a new room in the school we love, filled with a whole new group of family.