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Arizona Martial Arts Instructor is Who's Who

Posted by Dan Hausel, Soke on June 26, 2015 at 12:00 AM Comments comments (0)

Polymath Soke Hausel of Gilbert Arizona has been inducted into Marquis Who's Who in America. The 2015 compendium will include https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gilbert,_Arizona" target="_blank">Gilbert Arizona's grandmaster and Hall-of-Fame martial artist. According to Fred Marks, editor in chief, the 70th Platinum Anniversary Edition will include a summary of Soke Hausel's accomplishments. 


Soke Hausel is a Hall-of-Fame martial arts instructor who began training in karate in 1964. Since that time, he has been inducted into more than a dozen Hall-of-Fame worldwide because of his teaching methods. He has also been awarded 3 of the highest achievements in martial arts including title of Grandmaster of Shorin-Ryu Karate and Kobudo. In addition, Soke Hausel is a Hall-of-Fame geologist who made many discoveries of gold and gemstones. He is also an author of more than 1,000 publications including contributions to 100 books. As a public speaker, he has received some national awards, and is a talented artist.


After teaching martial arts for 3 decades at the University of Wyoming as Professor of Budo (martial arts), Grandmaster Hausel moved to Arizona and opened the Arizona Hombu on the border of Mesa and Gilbert where he focuses on teaching adults, families and teachers. Soke Hausel indicates he loves to teach martial arts and has been lucky enough to teach a few thousand students over the past 4 decades.

Mesa Martial Artists promoted to 2nd Degree Black Belt

Posted by Dan Hausel, Soke on October 14, 2014 at 6:25 PM Comments comments (0)

(Above Photo - Sensei Bill Borea (3rd dan) (left) and Soke Hausel (12th dan) (right) present Ryan Harden from Chandler Arizona with certifications as nidan (2nd degree black belt) and Sensei (martial arts instructor) at the Arizona Hombu in Mesa, Arizona)


Two students of martial arts from Mesa and Chandler – one a nutritionist employed at a local hospital in Gilbert and the other an engineer at Boeing, were awarded second degree black belts in Traditional Okinawa Shorin-Ryu Karate by Grandmaster, Soke Hausel.


“We have many outstanding members of society in our martial arts program. I am very proud of Ryan Harden and Patrick Scofield for their dedication in martial arts and both were promoted to 2nd degree black belt after several days of tests. Our students include several doctors, nurses, nutrition professionals, technicians, engineers, scientists, IT technicians, clergy, pilots, social scientists, laborers, university professors, teachers, musicians, students, house wives and senior citizens who become members of our martial arts family”.

Photo shows Soke Hausel with Patrick Scofield at the Arizona Hombu in Mesa following Patrick's successful exams for Nidan no Yudansha (2nd degree black belt) and Sensei (Martial Arts Teacher)..

 

 


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