|One of many self-defense clinics held at universities across the country and|
taught by Hall-of-Fame martial artist, Soke Hausel.
Saturday, June 1, 2013
Welcome to our honorable dojo (martial arts school) in the East Valley of Phoenix where we offer special two-hour personal self-defense clinics to the general public, women's clubs, private companies and other groups. These clinics are designed to teach basic self-defense concepts such as how to use your elbows, knees, feet, hands, legs, balance, just in case you are attacked. Our clinics even introduce you to common, everyday weapons such as car keys, magazines, books, coins, purse, belt or anything else you might be carrying on your person - even a Duck Commander duck call which we call a Louisiana kuboton. And these clinics are taught by the 2004 Instructor of the Year and 2001 International Instructor of the Year Hall-of-Fame martial artist who is a noted public speaker. The clinics are designed to be entertaining and introduce you and your friends to self-defense. All it takes is minimum of ten people, each paying a fee comparable to what you would pay at a movie theater - but you can walk out of this theater feeling more confident about yourself. So, find nine or more friends, and schedule a clinic at our martial arts school in Mesa that services Chandler, Gilbert, Mesa, Phoenix and Tempe.
Imagine - you are in a public library on a Friday evening and stalked by an illegal alien: how would you defend yourself if you were attacked? You are surrounded by books with pointed edges, you have car keys - how about that pen in your purse? How heavy is your purse? You have many weapons in addition to your feet, knees, hands, elbows, fingers, thumb. Why not learn how to use these? Imagine, you are in a pub, and some drunk redneck grabs your wrists and drags you out the back door? What are you going to do with your elbows? Your knees? Your feet? How do you escape? Or what do you do when walking on the ASU, MCC, CGCC, AT Still, Grand Canyon University or University of Phoenix campus and two thugs run into you. You turn around, say something not too pleasant, and one responds by attacking you on your right, the other on your left.
These are real life situations that are all too common. Phoenix has a crime rate that is higher than the national average and you cannot always get to a gun even if you have one.
We have very inexpensive community self-defense clinics as well as weekly self-defense classes taught by a Hall-of Fame martial arts instructor and former professor of martial arts at four universities where he instructed students, faculty, community members in self-defense, karate, kobudo (martial arts weapons), jujutsu and samurai arts. Check out our sites at Arizona Karate, Seiyo Shorin-Ryu and Self-Defense training for more information.