KarateTalk 4: Beyond division

For the fourth KarateTalk Heero and Jorge take a look at the two biggest sources of modern martial arts: Chinese and Japanese styles and what connects them. We discuss methods, principles and didactics with

Klaus G√ľnther Beck-Ewerhardy -- Language-Teacher and researching traveller between Asian and European Martial Arts, Shoshin- and Missing Link-friend/associate

Sascha Wagener -- Founder Circle Member Missing Link Martial Arts, world travelling martial artist and Qi Gong teacher

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