"There's a big difference between taking Karate and becoming a martial artist." - Grandmaster Bob Gomez
WHAT IS KAJUKENBO?
Kajukenbo was created in 1947 in Honolulu, in the United States territory of Hawaii, by five masters: Sijo P.Y.Y. Choo, Sijo Frank Ordonez, Sijo Joe Holck, Sijo Clarence Chang, and Sijo Adriano Emperado. The word "Kajukenbo" breaks down as follows: KA: Korean Karate, JU: Judo/Ju-Jitsu, KEN: Kenpo, BO: Chinese Boxing (Gung Fu). Altogether the meaning is: through this fist style, one gains long life and happiness. Kajukenbo is still widely accepted as America's original mixed martial art. It is documented that several of our forefathers encouraged Sijo Bruce Lee to continue mixing styles back in the 1960's. We teach Gaylord Method.
1. Great Grandmaster Charles H.
2. Senior Grandmaster Pete Morales
3. Grandmaster Brian Yoshii
4. Grandmaster Bill Sills
5. Grandmaster Casey McPartland
EXCLUSIVE SEMI-PRIVATE INSTRUCTION & COST
Our classes are geared for accelerated development, with only 2-4 students per class.
Only 25 spaces available. Once filled, enrollment will close until space allows.
Monthly cost is $150. Family plan: $150 for the first family member, then $90 for the second. If you have more than two family members joining the fees can be discussed with me. With these prices you get personal attention and access to stick and knife training and ground escape techniques.
HOURS OF OPERATION
All training sessions are by appointment only.
Monday - Friday 11am - 9pm
Weekend workouts by special request only with added cost. Please talk to the instructor about this.
AGES OF STUDENTS WE ACCEPT
12 years and up.
Under legal age (maturity level evaluation required) It is recommended that a parent or legal guardian be present at all training sessions. Being actively involved in your child's growth is very important for the child's well being and learning.