LOTUS SELF-DEFENSE

 

 

LOTUS UNIFORM PATCHES

 

  

 

This patch represents Ajarn Precha Mahachanavong's official school patch.  It has two men practicing martial arts on a 3 leaf clover floating on water over a lotus flower.  This patch is seen on the gi of Mack Petry's students as well.

This patch depicts a red lotus flower and LOTUS' creed, Body, Mind and Spirit.  This patch is seen with Roy Harrington's students in Spokane, Washington.
This is seen on the back gi of Roy Harrington's students.  In Thailand, students of Ajarn Precha Mahachanavong were given discretion of what to put on the back of their gi's.  Roy Harrington chose this symbol to place on the back gi of his students.  It depicts the Lotus flower and then the city from where Lotus originated.

The two finger claw strike was originally a picture on Ajarn Precha Mahachanavong's dojo wall.  Master Tony Lasit said the two finger claw strike came from the influence of Shaolin boxing in Kajukenbo.  Mack Petry liked the symbol and adopted it as a patch and added the Lotus creed: Body, Mind, and Spirit.

This is seen on the back gi of many of Mack Petry's students.  In Thailand, students of Ajarn Precha Mahachanavong were given discretion of what to put on the back of their gi's.  Mack Petry chose this symbol to place on the back gi of his students.

 

This patch is the current school patch being used by Ajarn Precha.  In 2003 while training in Thailand with Ajarn Precha, Lotus students from the U.S. obtained this patch from Ajarn Precha. 

This patch is used by the Lotus students in Bend, Oregon.  It depicts two people Thai Boxing above a Lotus flower.

This patch represents Lily Quick's Lotus class.  Lily currently teaches in Salem, Oregon.