|Adam Bialek trains in self-defense against an attacker armed with rifle at the Arizona Hombu|
on the border of Gilbert with Mesa, Arizona
|Soke Hausel instructs Kris Watson from Utah in yubi waza (finger lock). The technique is used when an aggressor grabs|
the wrist of the defender, who then applies a joint lock on the fingers which is followed by a throw or rib strike (photo
courtesy of Nemec Photography).
|Sensei Paula Borea (2nd dan) applies hiza ude garuma (arm bar) to Dai-Shihan Neal Adam (6th dan) at the Arizona-Utah|
clinic (photo courtesy of Nemec Photography).
|Jeff Schroeder from Utah is on the receiving end of empi uchi (elbow strike) from his father Kim Schroeder (5th dan)|
during the Arizona - Utah Clinic (photo courtesy of Nemec Photography).
|Gifts presented to Soke Hausel (12th dan) (Mesa, Arizona) by Kyoshi Watson (8th dan) (Utah) at the end of the Arizona-|
Utah clinic (Photo courtesy of Nemec Photography)
|Arizona and Wyoming Seiyo Shorin-Ryu martial artists pose with |
Soke Hausel (Arizona) and Hanshi Ron Smith (Virginia) in Texas
|Kobudo is part of Karate in the traditional Shorin-Ryu Arts. This photo shows Soke Hausel with traditional kuwa (hoe).|
|Participants of the Utah Gassuku near Park City, Utah.|