|Mesa Arizona Karate Instructor, Grandmaster Hausel was selected as Marquis Who's Who in America|
and also Who's Who in the World for 2015. Grandmaster Hausel is also a member of 16 different Halls
of Fame for Martial Arts as an instructor, pioneer and grandmaster. Grandmaster Hausel, featured as
the top instructor in Mesa, Arizona by Thumbtack, is also featured by the Superior Martial Artist.
After more than 5 decades of martial arts training vested in his lifetime, Soke Hausel looks back on his experiences and training which resulted in some of the highest awards presented in martial arts, along with national and international awards.
Anyone can check the Internet: search for Soke Hausel to find an extensive background and a long list of black belt students who trained with the grandmaster, and find information about his students who are not only successful in karate and other martial arts, but more importantly, are successful in their professions. The list includes many PhDs, university professors, school teachers, clergy, engineers, chemists, astronomers, geologists, anthropologists, biologists, physicists, military leaders, accountants, doctors, dentists, nurses, lawyers, psychologists, politicians, and law enforcement personnel. Teaching at four universities gave him the opportunity to reach many highly-educated people. According to Soke Hausel, "I don't make money teaching traditional martial arts: it is a way of life that I will not walk away from. I intend to practice traditional martial arts until my last breath. Traditional karate has many super physical and mental benefits, and teaches people to respect one another".
|We're number 1 in Phoenix, Arizona!!!|
|Soke Hausel has appeared in many Who's Who documents|
including Who's Who in the West, Who's Who in America,
Who's Who in the World, Who's Who in Science &
Engineering, and many others.
"Those seeking to learn more about the traditional martial arts will enjoy training at the Arizona Hombu dojo - where classes focus on adults and families. "Classes typically have about 30% women, and recently a few classes had as many as 50% women".
In traditional Okinawan karate, one learns to bow to emphasize respect and students are never subjected to competition. The late father of modern karate, Gichin Funakoshi of Okinawa emphasized, "The Purpose of Karate Lies Not in Victory or Defeat, but in the Perfection of Its Participants".
|Training in Traditional Shorin-Ryu Karate and Kobudo at Arizona Hombu, Mesa Arizona (Seiyo-ShorinRyu.com)|
|Training in kata (forms) at the Arizona Hombu Karate Dojo in Mesa Arizona.|
|Sensei Ryan Harden at the Arizona Hombu dojo in Mesa trains in traditional Okinawan|
karate and kobudo.
|Amira, John and Suzette demonstrate hidari katana kata|
|The late O'Sensei Bill Borea, Soke Hausel's close friend and instructor at the|
Arizona Hombu dojo.
|Utah karate instructors Thadd trains with Luis applying choke hold|
|Training for the dentist office at the Arizona Hombu dojo.|
|Training in kama (kobudo) at the Arizona Hombu Dojo.|
|Dr. Adam trains with Ryan in hanbojutsu at the Arizona Hombu|
|Dr. Teule uses bo against tonfa during kobudo class at the Arizona Hombu|
|Suzette trains in iaido with the classical samurai sword (katana).|