Kobudo, the ancient Okinawan martial art of farming and fishing tools as weapons of self-defense has been part of the Okinawa Karate system for centuries. It is a very important part of Shorin-Ryu Karate for members of all ranks and levels.
|Grandmaster Hausel of Gilbert Arizona teaching Okinawan sai to students at the University of Wyoming in Laramie.|
|Sai-jutsu training on the sandy beaches of Okinawa? Nope, in the sand pile|
of the Education Building at the University of Wyoming.
|Adam Bialek and Sensei Bill Borea train in applications of the Okinawa Sai.|
|Dr. Neal Adam (6th dan) and Sensei Bill Borea (2nd dan)|
train with sai and bo.