Thursday, January 25, 2018

Best Martial Arts in Phoenix Arizona

Dr. Florence Teule from France, who recently appeared on
Stan Lee's Superhumans, practices kenjutsu during martial
 arts clinic taught by Who's Who in Martial Arts Legend
Grandmaster Hausel from Gilbert, Arizona during
a clinic in Gillette, Wyoming
The Arizona Hombu Karate Dojo is one of the top martial arts schools not only in the Phoenix Valley, but also throughout much of the West. 

This relates to the expertise of the martial arts instructors, outstanding students, and a traditional Okinawa martial arts curriculum unmatched in Arizona

The Arizona Hombu karate dojo focuses on  adults, families, and traditional values. While most classes around the Phoenix Valley are taught by teenagers with little expertise, the karate school includes highly educated instructors and students. Where else can you find a martial arts school filled with faculty, school teachers, engineers, scientists, authors, accountants, musicians, lawyers, nurses, pilots, computer techs, motorcycle mechanics, doctors, including a Hall-of-Fame geologist, and a couple of Hall-of-Fame martial artists.  In fact, the dojo is operated by a Hall-of-Fame martial artist who is also a Who's Who in Martial Arts Legend and was presented one of only a handful of awards recognizing him as a martial arts genius! So, you decide: - (1) take martial arts from a teenager, or from a school with adult instructors that have more than 2 CENTURIES of combined martial arts experience.  Currently, the martial arts school attracts about 30% women as well as young adults and senior citizens and some families.
Grandmaster Hausel and the 
Arizona Hombu Karate Dojo in 
the Phoenix valley continue to receive 
national & international 
recognition in expertise in martial arts as 
well as for their teaching abilities.

The Arizona Hombu Karate Dojo has been around for many years and was initially established at the University of Wyoming The Hombu moved to Arizona in 2006 from the University of Wyoming, where the school was initially established as a dojo on campus for 30 years after moving from the University of New Mexico and from the University of Utah

Much of the curriculum at the Arizona Hombu Karate Dojo (aka Arizona School of Traditional Karate) focuses on the traditional Shorin-Ryu martial arts. Shorin-Ryu was developed on Okinawa and has origins in the Chinese Shaolin martial arts.