Kali Seminar Feb 28, 2015

Kali seminar taught by Autrelle Holland, last Saturday of this month.

Intro/primer with an emphasis on survival with the single stick - so only a few "cool" moves, but some solid things that will actually save your life. 3 hours, cost is $50, bring your own stick.

We are going to cut this down to 20 attendees pre-pay to reserve your slot here:


If you've never been to a weapons seminar that Autrelle teaches, know that they are as informative as they are fun, so bring a stick, a notebook, and your positive attitude.

2015 Update: Kid's Classes

Happy New Year!

Kids classes are back: Monday and Friday, from 6:15pm to 7:15pm... $50/month per child (ages 5 to 14) unless paying the family rate.

Learn Falls this Fall

Yeah... that's a corny title...

Classes are picking up pace and filling up fast. Congrats to those who were recently promoted: Two new yellows (Terry and Vanquez) and a 2nd brown (Bryan)... very proud of you all.

Also welcome to our new students and hope to see more of you in class this sutemi... i mean fall.

If you need access to the members section email me from the "Contact Us" page.



Ancient-Tradition School

okazaki Henry Seishiro Okazaki is the original founder of Hawaiian Jiu-Jitsu, which he called 'Danzan Ryu.' The Chinese name for Hawaii is T'an Shan (or in Japanese, Dan Zan) which translates as 'sandalwood mountain.' Hence the term Danzan-Ryu means Hawaiian Style. Okazaki's school was called the Kodenkan, which literally means Ancient (Ko) Tradition (Den) School (Kan), therefore it can be translated as 'The School of the Ancient Tradition.' The Hawaiian Jiu-Jitsu System is focused on honoring its founders by proliferating the teachings of Jiu-Jitsu and self-defense to those who are capable mentally and physically of handling such a responsibility, and we strive to make our dojo truly worthy of the KODENKAN name.

You don't win a fight by backing up.

~ Professor Barber