|View of Hombu outside. The inside of the martial arts school exhibits |
Grandmaster Hausel has a diversified background in martial arts and teaches traditional Okinawan and Japanese martial arts. Included in his curriculum are Shorin-Ryu Karate, Shorin-Ryu Kobudo (weapons), Self-Defense and Samurai Arts.
Kobudo (martial arts weapons) classes are part of karate training and include a variety of weapons (tools) such as Bo, Hanbo, Nitanbo, Kubotan, Nunchaku, Sai, Kama, Kuwa, Ra-ke, Surichin, Eku, Tsue, Kioga (expandable police baton) and more. Samurai arts taught at the martial arts school in Mesa include jujutsu, hojojutsu, hanbojutsu, bojutsu, iaido, kenjutsu, naginatajutsu, yarijutsu and manrikigusari.
The style of karate is Okinawan Shorin-Ryu. Basically one of the original forms of karate developed centuries ago on Okinawa. Soke Hausel's love for Karate is seen in the many national & international awards presented by several martial arts associations and martial arts Halls of Fame.
Martial arts training for Adults and Families & members of Seiyo No Shorin-Ryu Karate Kobudo Kai is available each week at the Arizona School of Traditional Karate near the corner of Mesa, Gilbert & Chandler in the East Valley of Phoenix (60 W. Baseline Road, Mesa). Drive east on baseline from Country Club Road and turn left at the second traffic light. You will see the Arizona Martial Arts school immediately to your right (NE corner of MacDonald).
|It happens every time - give a woman an inch and she'll take your tonfa and beat you with it.. Sensei Paula (born in Japan) trains with her husband Sensei Bill at the Arizona School of Traditional Karate.|
Advanced karate and kobudo taught to members of the
Arizona School of Traditional Karate in Mesa, Gilbert, Chandler Arizona and Seiyo No Shorin-Ryu Karate Kobudo Kai members around the world. Grandmaster Hausel, 12th dan, demonstrates rock breaking to students at the
University of Wyoming. Rocks are traditional for breaking and besides they are free. Professor Hausel is also a renown
geologist and like rocks.
|Arizona School of Traditional Karate|
|Dr. Adam from Grand Canyon University|
trains with Rich in Kobudo.