2022 Tentative Special Guests and Seminar Schedule
These space limited events are FREE to the first 75 pre-registered competitors and can only be accessed by through on-line pre-registration.
Friday March 25, 2022 – 1 PM to 5 PM
FREE PREREGISTRATION SEMINARS
OMAHA BLUE WAVES MARTIAL ARTS
15117 Industrial Rd.
Omaha, NE 68137
Free to Pre-Registered Competitors – 2:10 PM to 3:15 PM
GM Trudeau IX Dan holds a 9th Dan in Tae Sool Hapkido, TaeKwon-Do, and is heir to the Passa-Ryu tradition under the late GM Kang Rhee. GM Trudeau is the president of the World Tae Sool Association and an advisory board member to the United States Kido Federation.
Join GM Trudeau for this introduction to the world of the Hapkido cane. This weapon is often lauded for its versatility, conceptual ease, and practicality. This mini seminar holds something for both the novice and expert alike. Remember space for this seminar is limited. Make sure you pre-register for ONMAC early to reserve your spot at this amazing seminar.
Free to Pre-Registered Competitors – 3:20 PM to 4:30 PM
GM Russ Northrup, XIII Dan is the president of the Global TaeKwon-Do Alliance and has coached competitors at events all over the world.
Join GM Northrup as he discusses sparring techniques, options, and strategies to enhance your sparring game. Participants are required to bring full sparring gear to this mini seminar. Come with an open mind and a willingness to learn something new.
4:50 TO 5:00 UPDATED BLACK BELT PHOTOGRAPHS FOR WEBSITE – PLEASE ALL USKF, IJTF, AND AFFILIATED BLACK BELTS ON-SITE ATTEND IN UNIFORM
Some of our Past – Special Guests
If you have missed the last few years at ONMAC — YOU HAVE MISSED A LOT! We have been fortunate enough to have amazing special guests such as martial arts legends: action movie star and kickboxing champion Don “the Dragon” Wilson, award winning director/actor/producer Art Camacho, traditional martial arts icon Frank Williams, noted author and martial artist Dr. Nick Gerassimakis, Hong Kong action movie star and multi-year grammy nominee Vincent Lyn, and traditional TaeKwon-Do legend GM Robert Dunn just to name a few.