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Terry Tozer

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Terry Tozer Traditional Japanese Karate Instructor for the TJSKA
Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,233
Helpful votes received on reviews: 91% (1,222 of 1,342)
Location: Reading & Bracknell, UK
In My Own Words:
3rd Dan Black Belt Instructor of Traditional Japanese Shotokan Karate, Self Defence & Personal Security in Reading, Bracknell, Brighton & Hove since 2000 & senior instructor for the Southern Shotokan Karate Association (SSKA).

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Instructor of Traditional Japanese Shotokan Karate, Self Defence & Personal Security in Reading & Bracknell, Brighton & Hove since 2000.

I love to study the ancient history of Okinawan Karate, it's roots & past great masters.

In addition to that I'… Read more

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,233 - Total Helpful Votes: 1222 of 1342
How Rude!: Modern Manners Defined by Lynne Truss
4.0 out of 5 stars Synopsis, 5 Feb 2013
Do you find yourself wondering, "Is this rude?" more frequently than you used to? Are you confused by the behavior of others? Do you long for the days when you could find the answers to all etiquette issues in a book?

Sometimes it seems like anything goes, from texting at the table and listening to loud music on a train to swearing at teachers - even rioting and looting.

In this book, leading writers and commentators set out new rules on good manners for the modern world.
The Enigma of Karate Kata and the Corollary of Mod&hellip by Nathan J Johnson
4.0 out of 5 stars Book Description, 11 Jan 2013
Nathan Johnson's Critical Essay outlining the development of Karate Kata from their intended creation to their modern day Creative Interpretation.
Okinawa No Bushi No Te The Hands Of The Okinawan B&hellip by Mr Ronald L Lindsey
5.0 out of 5 stars Book Description, 24 Jan 2012
"Okinawa No Bushi No Te" authored by Ronald L. Lindsey gives to the readers a glimpse of the past when the "Bushi", the Samurai Warriors, of Okinawa proudly strolled through the streets and castle halls of Okinawa carrying out their ancient duties of protecting the king , royal family and other nobles of Okinawa.

Mr. Lindsey writes of the history and the culture of Okinawa that produced the Okinawan Bushi. He then goes on to inform the readers about the history of various Bushi and explains how their individual karate styles are being practice in karate schools found all over the world today.

He then goes on to describe his experience of training with the Okinawan… Read more

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