Second post, regarding YMAA,

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Second post, regarding YMAA,

Postby thecrowrains » Sat Oct 22, 2005 6:03 pm

I realize being a "newbie" here to this forum might result in little to no replies.

I'll try to keep this succinct:
A. I reside in usa: Alaska.

B. I'm hoping to receive any bit of info from YMAA students "HOW" this vast school-lineage promotes itself OR if it intends on spreading its lineage to Alaska????

C. I have prior training in N. Shaolin; but hope to join the YMAA. Anyone here know if YMAA conducts distance-learning-correspondence?

thank you,
Eric
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Postby zipwolf » Sun Oct 23, 2005 5:18 am

the YMAA deals in videos etc. but does not do distance learning correspondance. The day it DOES, i'll start considering moving to studying under Ashida Kim.
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Postby Hephaestus » Sun Oct 23, 2005 1:05 pm

"Distance Learning" via YMAA just isn't done in the way that some schools handle it.
YMAA offers instructional videos, seminars, and camps. As I understand it, if you were to learn all of the material for a stripe level via video, seminar, and a whole heck of a lot of practice, you could probably test at a YMAA branch (after brushing up with a couple of private lessons?)

I believe that as it stands, there is no distance testing, or distribution of rank without at least some hands-on training and a formal test, like any in-school student.
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Postby Walter Wong » Mon Oct 24, 2005 1:12 pm

I'm sorry there isn't an Alaska YMAA currently. If one was to open one in Alaska, a YMAA trained qualified student will have to move to Alaska and open a YMAA there.

The only option now to recieve live YMAA training is to make the big sacrafice and moved to the area that has a YMAA branch or attend YMAA seminars.

Or call Master Yang at headquarters 617-524-8892 to see what other possible options are.
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