Anyone in Colorado?

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Anyone in Colorado?

Postby Lee Herndon » Tue Apr 18, 2000 4:12 am

I will be moving to the Summit County area of Colorado (about 90 minutes west of Denver on I-70) in mid-june, and would like to continue to study/train.

Does anyone know of any Uechi practicioners in that area?

Thanks for the help,
Lee Herndon
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Anyone in Colorado?

Postby Allen M. » Thu Apr 20, 2000 5:04 am

Rose Dyer may still have her dojo out that way.

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Anyone in Colorado?

Postby iac1 » Sun Feb 25, 2001 12:17 am


Email me at (that's a one after the c) and I'll send you Rose's phone number and address.

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Anyone in Colorado?

Postby Al Bennett » Mon Jan 07, 2002 12:43 am

Hello Lee,

Brandon Broderick is teaching in Loveland and Amanda Bennett, my wife, teaches in Erie, Colorado currently. My phone number is 303-828-0128 to keep posted on new clubs being started soon. Vlada Prekogacic is near I-70 in Denver and Rod Waldo is near to starting a club in Westminster. There is a black belt from Michigan at the Air Force Academy too.

I hope to hear from you.
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Postby angelblade » Tue Jan 13, 2004 11:18 pm

This is an interesting topic! Rose Dyer may be the same name I taught under years ago, but I thought her dojo was in Cortez, CO in the southwest or does she have a branch? Amanda Bennett also rings a bell - I may have went to school with her LOL. Anyhow I'm in north Denver if anyone can point me in the right direction to locate a Uechiryu School or Tai Chi (or both) I'd really appreciate it. I only have Friday Saturdays and Sundays available so that may put a kink in things, going to college and having a full time job isn't easy. I'd really appreciate any help in the matter.

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