The 17th Moo Sul Kwan Black Belt Symposium is taking place this year at the Inn at SilverCreek near Granby, Colorado. The MSK Symposium is hosted by the Colorado Taekwondo Institute and is led by Grandmaster James M. Sautel, 7th dan. Master Mindy Sautel, 6th dan, Master John Sautel, 6th dan and Master Erik Albrechtson, 5th dan. Karen McHugh, 4th dan, Freddy Sautel, 4th dan, Clayton Garner, 4th dan and Alice Meyung 4th dan round out the Symposium Teaching Staff.
Advanced classes and events will begin on Friday evening and go until Sunday afternoon. During the weekend, there will be events like the Symposium Adventures and the Saturday Evening Symposium Banquet. Classes will range from advanced sparring and judging technique to teaching techniques and competition training and much more!
The theme of the weekend is, "Keep pushing," a favorite phrase of Great Grandmaster Lee H. Park, founder of Moo Sul Kwan and the AMASEA. GGM Park thought it necessary for our upper belts to receive continuous training to stay sharp and improve - and during this weekend we will keep pushing for the future!
Any questions can be directed to your instructor about this special weekend.