Virginia Beach and Chesapeake Martial Arts Avatar The Last Airbender

Virginia
Beach and Chesapeake Martial Arts Avatar The Last Airbender Kicks Into Local
The Regal Theatres with Changing Lives ATA Martial Arts.

 

Did
you Know?

Noah
Ringer, the star of The Last Airbender is an ATA Martial Arts Student.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aKLpS1xzbjg

The
martial arts movie The Last Airbender hits Virginia Beach and Chesapeake
Virginia.  First it was the Karate Kid
movie where nearly 500 Changing Lives Martial Arts students traveled to the
Regal Cinemas to watch the Karate Kid movie. 
Now, Avatar The Last Airbender is here! 
We are so proud of our ATA Martial Arts Student who is the main
character.  From Wikipedia, the free
encyclopedia lists information on Noah Ringer and ATA martial arts
student.  Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, and
Suffolk have local ATA Martial Arts facilities.

The Last Airbender is an American adventure
fantasy
film
released on July 1, 2010.[1]
It is a live-action
film
adaptation
based on the first season of the animated television series Avatar: The Last Airbender. The
film stars Noah Ringer (an ATA Martial Arts Student) as Aang, a reluctant hero
who prefers adventure over his job as the Avatar. Aang and his
friends, Katara and Sokka, journey to the
North Pole to find a Waterbending master to teach Aang and Katara the secrets
of the craft. At the same time, Fire Lord Ozai, the current Fire Lord of the
Fire Nation, is waging a seemingly endless war against the Earth
Kingdom
, the Water Tribes, and the already vanquished Air Nomads.
The film also stars Nicola Peltz, Jackson
Rathbone
, and Dev Patel.

The first of a planned trilogy, The Last Airbender was produced by Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon Movies.[4]
Development for a film began in 2007; it was adapted into a film by M. Night Shyamalan, who also directed and
produced. Other producers include Frank Marshall, Kathleen Kennedy, Sam Mercer
and Scott
Aversano
.[5]
The series from which it was adapted was influenced by Asian art, mythology and
various martial arts fighting styles and was created by Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan
Konietzko
.

The Last Airbender was made for $150 million and marketed with a
budget of $130 million, making total costs at least $280 million.[3]
Other estimates put the cost between $100 million and $110 million, while
various news sources reported the whole Last Airbender trilogy would be
made for around $250 million.[6][7]
Filming began in mid-March 2009; the movie was released in both traditional two-dimensional
projectors,
as well as in 3D.

 

Changing Lives
provides you with the best
Chesapeake karate, taekwondo a Virginia beach Martial Arts
School of Professional
Instruction.
Changing Lives Martial Arts and Master Instructor Tracy Lee Thomas teaches
karate, taekwondo, kung fu and krav maga to everyone from tiny tigers and kids
to adults and seniors and all levels from beginners to advanced.

These disciplines, be it taekwondo, karate, krav
maga or kung fu, can be practiced by people of all ages, from the very young,
to the elderly. For adults wishing to practice these disciplines, the benefits
of studying can changed a life, states: Tracy Lee Thomas of Virginia Beach, a
Master Instructor.  
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aKLpS1xzbjg

 

 

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About changinglivesmartialarts

CHANGING LIVES MARTIAL ARTS A Martial Arts, Karate For Kids, and Krav Maga school located in Virginia Beach and Chesapeake, Virginia. With his 30 years of vast martial arts experience, Master Tracy Lee Thomas, founder of Changing Lives Martial Arts has five locations and has been opertating the martial arts business since 1991 in Virginia Beach. Married to Kelly Thomas, they have to children and reside in Virginia Beach. Both Mrs. Thomas and Master Thomas have a strong passion for helping others and it is seen as both are very active in the business and within the community. CLMA is a family owned and operated business that thrives on family values and changing lives. Many of the Changing Lives Martial Arts students are attracted to CL Martial Arts because they want to learn to defend themselves, or how to manage bullies. Others come because they want to tap into martial arts’ vast power as a tool for personal growth and life skills. Still, others come merely because they are looking for a way to get in shape that's fun and spares them the tedious repetitiveness of the gym. Master Thomas has utilized his martial arts buisness model throughout the country with various business'. As a business coach and consultant, Master Thomas believes in working with others to succeed with their personal passion. This desire and passion of his is passed down to each of his instructors and students. If you want to know more about Changing Lives Martial Arts, Master Tracy Thomas, or the programs they offer, please feel free to contact the Changing Lives ATA Martial Arts Team by calling 757-471-9002 or visiting us on the Web at www.atakick.com or www.kravmagavirginiabeach.com
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