Korean Eagles Tae Kwon Do demonstration team performs for charity show - kids helping kids to Break the Chain of Child Abuse. Come see the awesome show on August 16, 2008 at Scottsdale Community College at 2 pm. Proceeds benefit children's charities and flood relief. The Korean Eagles demo team breaks hundred's of boards with high flying action, including 360, 720+ degree jumping, spinning, and high flying kicks. Don't forget the back flips and stunt fighting demonstrations as they demonstrate dynamic self defense and exhibit exceptional character such as perseverance and indomitable spirit as well as great self control, discipline and focus. The Korean Eagles are a great cultural exchange that benefits everyone who has the opportunity to share in the event. When in Arizona the Eagles are hosted by John Nottingham's USA Martial Arts of Scottsdale, Mesa and Glendale. For more information about the charity or martial arts training or to get tickets to the show, please visit usa-martialarts.com
This event is organized in association with non-profit Break the Chain of Child Abuse foundation, breakathon.com. The organization focuses on child abuse prevention and treatment. The Black Belt Society, blackbeltsociety.net, founded by USA Martial Arts, is a co-sponsor.
This video was filmed at LaCaille French Restaurant lacaille.com which hosted the first annual Break the Chain Foundation Night of Vision and Hope breakathon.com. The venue was stunningly beautiful, with a taste of France featuring lakes, peacocks, bunny’s and the wonderful french elegance in their lavish decor that looked like a magnificent postcard photo in every direction.
This video is sponsored by karatebody.net and was produced by Anthony Miles at Arizona's source for professional high definition video production 4th Wall Productions, LLC, 4thwalltvandfilm.com