Hissho Kai Dojo, Lorton Virginia, features Mugai Ryu, US Federation of Batto Do and Gekken Training

Link to Katsujinken, A Sword Arts JournalJoin Head Instructor, Jason Lee A. Hatcher and the Hissho Kai Dojo in Lorton Virginia on Sunday’s from 10:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. to study Mugai Ryu, US Federation of Batto Do, and Gekken training.

Mr. Jason Lee A. Hatcher, Meishiha Study Group Leader for Washington DC (also Editor-in-Chief and Founder of Katsujinken Magazine) announced the new study group formation in the Northern Virginia | Washington DC corridor to be held at the Workhouse Arts Center in Lorton Virginia. He stated, “We have found a location for a Meishiha Mugai Ryu, United States (US) Batto Do Federation, Gekken sword art studies. Having been sanctioned Study Group Leader for Washington DC in Meishiha Mugai Ryu by Tony Alvarez Sensei of Senpokan Dojo in Southern California, to also represent Sang Kim Sensei from New York City, New York in US Batto Do Federation studies as well.

Read more here: http://www.prlog.org/12145261-hissho-kai-dojo-lorton-virginia-features-mugai-ryu-us-federation-of-batto-do-and-gekken-training.html

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