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Kelly Outram

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Self Defense and Combat Sports

Learn how to Control a Fight, Stand Up for Yourself, and Mitigate Violence.

We are returning to regular classes this season! Reach out, or simply show up, for the best workout

you've had in years. Expect to have a lot of fun, learn something, and be sore the next day!

 
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Striking

Fridays 6:30pm - Haliburton Dance Academy

135 Industrial Park Rd, Lower Level

In these sessions we'll be learning about punching, kicking, blocking, dodging, and footwork. Striking is about attacking, defending, and positioning while on your feet.

  We follow a mixed martial arts approach with techniques from Karate, Kung fu, Kickboxing, and Muay Thai.

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Grappling

Wednesdays 7pm - Haliburton Dance Academy

135 Industrial Park Rd, Lower Level

In these sessions we'll be learning about weight, balance, grips, chokes, joint locks, and take-downs. Grappling is about controlling your opponent's space and movement, while finding opportunities for escape or submission.

  We will be learning techniques and methods from Jiu Jitsu, Judo, Wrestling, and Tai Chi.

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Mindfulness and Body Awareness

Deep Breathing, Gentle Movement, and a Relaxed Mind.

 Practice Meditation in Motion.

Learn to move more gracefully and comfortably as you cultivate balance, posture, and sensitivity to motion.

Now offering Online Lessons.

 
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Tai Chi

Meditation in Motion

  Tai Chi is based on balance and fluid movement. You can expect slow, twisting movements that loosen the joints and ease muscle tension.

  In this class we focus on basic posture and breathing, shifting weight, softening the hips and shoulders, and using the waist to guide our movement.

We will be practicing outside year round, so be sure to dress for the weather!

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Qi Gong

Invigorate Your Body and Mind

A combination of deep breathing and mindful movement, some have nicknamed Qi Gong; Kung-Fu Yoga
  Qi Gong 氣 功 translates to mean, "breathing practice". 氣 Qi = Air, 功 Gong (or Kung) = Practice.

Qigong is a metarobic exercise, like Yoga and Tai Chi. This means low intensity movement combined with deep breathing. Expect to leave these sessions feeling rejuvenated!

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Get in Touch

Take the first step and reach out,

the next step is to show up!

2354 South Lake Rd,

Minden Hills, Ontario

705-457-7884
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