I love this emphasis on the amazing and fruitful work so many people are doing in Richmond. Thanks for noticing East Bay!
great news guys!
Yep!!! John the Baker n Leasa Catera make a hell of a team!!
Another good year with a serious RECORD breaking turnout including our first batch of female BAD ASS BABES
Thanx for the shout out
Pat Morita was a great guy for the Karate Kid series, I have the first two on Blu-Ray. The name Mr. Miyagi is one of the founders of Goju Ryu. A new Pleasanton karate school (http://www.trivalleykarate.com) is opening up in January 2013; it will have much of the same spirit of karate Mr. Miyagi embraced in the movies. We will strive to maintain the highest principles of karatedo.
Karate begins and end with respect. Train you body, mind, and spirit. Never give up. Keep trying. Try your best to improve who you were yesterday. This is karatedo. :)
Thanks for telling where are the best places to run barefoot! I like to share http://www.invisibleshoe.com/ if you are looking for a site that can help you make your own running sandals.
i love kee tov! :)
Andrea is a great Astrologer. She uses intuition, insight and skill to help shed light on what is really going on beyond what we may see. She has helped me with some major decisions in my life. Her compassion and wisdom combined with her sharp astrology tools have been extremely beneficial to me. I recommend her to anyone striving for right action in their life. She knows her sports, too. It's all about cause and effect, is it not?
Andrea is amazing -- an not just for baseball. I strongly recommend you get a reading yourself and check out her skills in helping you make your way through the twists & turns of your life!
Ase -0. May the Ancestors and Orisa continue to bless you as you walk/dance your path.
Your gift for dance and choreography has delighted and endeared each student to your vision of life's steps.
I am so grateful to know you and enjoy your talents. May you continue to show us the way of movement and inner beauty.
Yay! I've been training at this dojo for almost 10 years, and can attest to what a great place it is. I don't think I would have lasted this long anywhere else!
Oakland is so lucky to have the wise and talented Isaura. She is a truly gifted dancer, teacher and mentor. She is one of a kind. AXE!
I am soooooo happy that someone has articulated the true gift that we have in her presence. Axe:)
Oh this is wonderful. You definitely deserve the honor.
I wholeheartedly agree! Isaura is an East Bay treasure.
you'll find the schedule here: PCTrailRuns.com
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How about an actual date?
The Richmond Swim Center is NOT Olympic size!
An Olympic size pool is 50 meters long by 25 meters wide and at least 2 meters deep.
The Richmond facility has ten 25 yard long lanes for organized swimming with a non rectangular zero depth area for recreation.
This pool could use a few type A individuals to run a decently organized lap program for a couple of hours a day. Taking the lane lines out and having folks swim across the deep end with no walls to turn on makes lap swimming a joke here.
Try El Cerrito or Albany.
I've been a member since 2003 when I moved to the East Bay and I love the inclusivity and warm welcome accorded runners, joggers, and walkers of all levels. From teams that regularly win state-wide competitions to Saturday fun-run groups jogging 11 or 12 minute miles, everyone's equal and equally valued. Having once belonged to a club from the opposite extreme, (the elite Santa Monica Track Club) I know the difference and LMJS is the group for me. Quick add-on: we had 35 people run in the SF marathon and half marathons on Sunday -- everyone finished, everyone had fun, and one or two of our members medalled. Now that's cool!
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