Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Arizona Hombu - Top Karate School in Mesa, Arizona.

 The more you sweat now, the less you will bleed in combat later. Adults and families at the Arizona School of Traditional
 Karate train in Karate, Martial Arts weapons known as 'kobudo', Self-Defense and samurai arts.
Thank you for selecting the Arizona Hombu Dojo (a.k.a. Arizona School of Traditional Karate) as the Best of Mesa three years in a row.  Our martial arts school on the border of Mesa with Chandler and Gilbert works at being the best for adults and families by teaching them to be the best individuals they can be and providing them with a wide variety of traditional martial arts, philosophy, and teaching them to respect one another and respect martial arts.

Best of Mesa for Karate, Kobudo, Self-Defense
and Samurai Arts
Tuesday nights at the Arizona Hombu (aka Arizona School of Traditional Karate), students train in kata (martial arts forms)
All women should train in traditional martial arts for health, self-defense and physical fitness. Here, three of our female
black belts train in self-defense applications at the Arizona Hombu dojo in Mesa, Arizona.

Members of the Utah Shorin-Kai train in advanced karate techniques taught by Soke Hausel at the Arizona Hombu in Mesa.
Students from the Police DAV school in India, pose with Soke Hausel at the Arizona Hombu in Mesa, Arizona
Instructors from around the region train at the Arizona Hombu with Soke Hausel in Mesa, Arizona. L-R, Sensei Kyle Linton (3rd dan (or 3rd degree black belt)/Wellington, Colorado), Shihan Kevin Vance (5th dan/Laramie, Wyoming), Soke Hausel (12th dan/Gilbert, Arizona), Glenn Polk (4th dan/Cheyenne, Wyoming), Dr. Neal Adam (6th dan/Phoenix Arizona).
November 2014 group photo at the Arizona Hombu, Mesa-Gilbert Arizona
2014 Utah Clinic at the Arizona Hombu on the corner of Chandler, Gilbert and Mesa, Arizona
Senpai Kris Watson defends attack at the Arizona Hombu, 2014






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