Special Clothing Orders

SPECIAL CLOTHING ORDERS

The Pa Kua schools are now offering many clothing styles and color options. However, they need to be special ordered to make sure we can provide the most variety of colors and options. White long sleeve and white short sleeve shirts with the Pa Kua logo and the Chines Yoga logo will still be available for general purchase. If you don’t find the options or styles you want, you can also check out our direct print clothing store at cafepress.com/worldpakua

If you are interested in ordering, fill out one of the order forms at Burbank or North Hollywood, or send an e-mail to info@burbankpakua.com with your order and pay by PayPal to administration@burbankpakua.com or drop off a check or cash. All payments must be made upfront for special orders. See the catalogue below!

In your order please include

Style:

Color:

Size:

Quantity:

Logo Style (Pocket logo, Large Front Logo, Large Back Logo):

Contact information:

Pickup Location (Burbank or North Hollywood):

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Master Mo WILLIAMS

Master Mo Williams was born in a small town in Washington State where he spent his days camping, hiking, and backpacking. After moving to Los Angeles, he discovered Pa Kua and it changed his life. He credits his practice with both his physical and mental successes. More than that, he found a home in World Pa Kua that gave him a purpose. Master Williams teaches both adults and kids. He holds a black belt in martial arts and is currently training for his second black belt in weapons. As the newest addition to the team, Master Williams hopes to give kids and adults a safe place where they can discover their true selves.

“You don’t have to feel stuck, you don’t have to let anxiety control your life. We all deserve to be treated with respect and to hold our heads up high. That’s what I want each of my students to understand.”