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Walking Home Along 14 Mile Creek in Winter


Trying to bring some truth and sanity to the world.


Since returning to Canada Stefan began teaching at local clubs while continuing his own learning by studying Tai Chi and Pau Kua with Master James Chen, and Krav Maga with Moni Azik.

Stefan has written two books on the martial arts Blind Zen a book on how to teach self defense to the blind.

And A Masters Guide to The Way of the Warrior, a unique and comprehensive guide to applied Eastern philosophy and the martial arts from a scientific perspective.

Stefan has also written several articles for and numerous articles for Black Belt and Inside Kung Fu magazines.

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