The Arizona School of Traditional Karate brings a bit of Okinawa to Chandler, Gilbert and Mesa, Arizona. Remember Mr. Miyagi in the KARATE KID? Same Karate!
|Letter from the Wyoming governor recognizing some of Soke |
Hausel's accomplishments as a martial arts instructor
and scientist. Soke Hausel now teaches martial arts
in the Phoenix East Valley of Arizona.
Prior to moving to Arizona, our grandmaster taught karate, martial arts weapons, jujutsu, samurai arts and self-defense at the University of Wyoming for 3 decades as a Professor of Martial Arts. You probably had no idea that there is a certification for Professor of Martial Arts. The professor has been recognized by Who's Who, several martial arts Halls-of-Fame, even two Halls-of-Fame for science, awarded International Instructor of the Year, Instructor of the Year etc.
|Soke Hausel receives congratulatory letter from the University of|
Wyoming President for his induction into the World Karate Union
Hall of Fame. Soke Hausel taught martial arts at the University of
Wyoming for 30 years.
Shorin-Ryu Karate and Kobudo. In the evening, we start with Self-Defense from 6:45-7:45 pm. Students learn to defend against grabs, takes down, punches, sucker punches, knives, guns, rifles, clubs, etc. They learn to defend with hands, feet, elbows, wrists, knees. We teach them to use weapons such as pencils, pen, car keys, cell phones, books, belts, ropes. This is followed by our Samurai Arts class from 7:47 to 8:20 pm where we even have one student of samurai lineage train and teach in our dojo. In this class, students learn the samurai sword, halberd, spear, stick, rope, jujutsu and other arts.
Thursday is Martial Arts Weapons (kobudo) night. This starts at 6:45 and ends at 7:45 pm. This is followed by Advanced Martial Arts Weapons training from 7:45 to 8:20 pm.
|Soke Hausel with Hanshi Ron Smith and Soke Yamashita at a University of Wyoming Clinic.|
|Soke Hausel with coach of the Police DAV Karate team from India.|