|Soke Hausel teaching Sai at Corbett|
Gym at the University of Wyoming
|Kate Lehman, demonstrates sai at |
University of Wyoming International
week. Campus Shorin-Ryu Karate &
In Early May, the evening group began training in Sai along with the use of one tonfa for self-defense. Many law enforcement agencies around the world have used a baton similar to the Okinawan sai or are still using this baton. Training in one-sai will help our students to better understand police tactics and defenses with this weapon. However, few (if any) law enforcement agencies go into depth as our classes.
|Hanshi Finley (7th dan) trains with tonfa at the Arizona School of Traditional Karate in Mesa, |
Arizona. Here he uses a reverse grip of the baton.
|Katharine defends Adam's Bo Attack with juji uke using|
|Training in Tonfa Kata at the Arizona School of Traditional Martial Arts in Chandler, Mesa and Gilbert, Arizona|
|Sai Kata training in the evening beach sand along the imaginary sea at the University of Wyoming Campus Shorin-Ryu Karate and Kobudo Club in Laramie.|
|Sempai George from Boston|
and his daughter Elaine from
Switzerland training with sai
at the Arizona Hombu in