Burbank, CA – One of the newest ventures of the Martial Arts History Museum is the launching of their “on-line seminars.” Hosted by Goldstar and Stellar, these are live and on-demand workshops featuring some of the most unique areas of the martial arts. From knife fighting to samurai slicing to Hawaiian-style aerobics, there are things for everyone to enjoy. The first of many broadcasts will begin on May 22 at 4 pm PST featuring Robert Redfeather’s Apache Knife.
“This is a unique opportunity for everyone. As we all conform to on-line classes, this will be an opportunity for the martial arts to be part of it,” says Michael Matsuda, president of the Martial Arts History Museum. “This has not been an easy transition for any of us, but until people feel comfortable gathering together, this will be the new norm.”
In the martial arts industry, which is primarily dependent upon in-person courses, these on-line seminars provide that new direction, and teaming up with Gold Star and Stellar has proven to be a positive result for a hungry audience.
“The success of these courses will help determine our future, especially in the martial arts community. As a result of Covid, we have lost from 70 to 80 percent of martial arts schools, especially here in California, where we have the majority of the schools across the globe,” adds Matsuda.
The first course, on-line Apache Knife Fighting with Robert Redfeather, is now available for purchase at $15. It will be a live broadcast on May 22 at 4 pm PST; however, it will be on-demand after that until June 5, 2021. “This is a huge deal for the martial arts community, and one of the great things about the seminars is that a good portion of the funds will go to help out the Martial Arts History Museum,” adds Matsuda. “It is our plan to offer a new course about every month.”
To sign-up for the first course, visit the following link:
For information about the Martial Arts History Museum, visit: http://www.mamuseum.com
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