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  1. KarelinLifter is offline

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    Posted On:
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    Kajukenbo Schools

    I live in Kaimuki(Oahu, Hawaii) Anyone know any good Kajuknebo or Kempo schools around here?

    Or at least on the island
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    Kajukenbo Schools

    Sifu Kelii Edalban has a class at the Hongwonji in Palolo. He's under Prof. Don Crummer who teaches at GM Clarence Luna's class at Royal Elem. on Punchbowl.

    Prof. Tommy Lam (Kenpo Unlimited - Walter Godin Lineage) has a class at a Kaimuki school.

    You'll have to look em up for days/times.
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    Hey, you have access to it, go to the head school.
    M/W 6-8pm
    Royal School Cafeteria

    Here's some info:
    Royal School, Honolulu Hawaii - Kajukenbo Self Defense Institute - No BS Martial Arts

    anyway, FYI, heres a list of schools:
    http://www.kajukenbo.org/schools/oldlist.html

    pm me if you need more help!

    `~/
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    I'm fourteen and I only have a bike for transportation (I don't wanna sound whiney but)
    How far away is this?

    Just asking, I mean I wouldn't be very passionate if the only reason I wasn't going was because it was too far away
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    Quote Originally Posted by KarelinLifter View Post
    I'm fourteen and I only have a bike for transportation (I don't wanna sound whiney but)
    How far away is this?

    Just asking, I mean I wouldn't be very passionate if the only reason I wasn't going was because it was too far away
    How 'bout your mom/dad?
    As a parent, myself, I'm sure they would want to know
    what you're into, (and, where their $$ is going, too).

    Distance?
    From Kaimuki HS to Royal Elementary is about 3.5 miles.
    VIa freeway, you'd take the Vineyard off-ramp, and turn
    right on Punchbowl St. The cafeteria will be on the left.

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    14, huh?
    Perfect age to start kaju. . .
    you'd like the atmosphere there.
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    Karelin,

    You seem pretty mature for 14 to know what you want and be posting on here.

    The reason I listed the different locations is as in anything you're going to invest your time and money in you want it to be right for you.

    Prof Tommy Lam's place in Kaimuki would be closest. They do hold Kaju traditions but emphasize MMA/Grappling. They host a couple grappling tourneys a year at Kaleheo HS. Tommy still fights and holds a title in one of the Japan leagues. Their main school is at the Chinese Cultural Plaza in Chinatown.

    The Palolo class at the Hongwonji is affiliated with GM Clarence but their Instructor Prof. Don Crummer came out of the Aleju Reyes Lineage so they do all the numbers, forms, alphabets, etc of the original hard style. The class is small and has mostly beginners and a few blackbelts.

    GM Clarence emphasizes less numbers but does alot of adlibs. It is definitely ol style Kaju though. He has another class in Kaneohe as well.

    I'm up in the middle of the island (Wahiawa/Whitmore) and am the last listed on the Kaju.org page Meeks provided.

    Good luck on your martial path.
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    @Iakona:

    Miss your dad, dude!
    Are you still teaching in Whitmore?

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    Last edited by Meex; 5/01/2009 11:08am at .
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    Meex,

    I miss him too bruddah. But I think you may have me confused with the Ramos boys who went on their way after Ahgung Tony passed. One went mainland. Carl Watanabe was holding it together for awhile at Whitmore gym.

    To my knowledge, I'm the only one teaching in Whitmo. Curtis Arrayan passed away a few years ago.

    Jason
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iakona View Post
    Meex,

    I miss him too bruddah. But I think you may have me confused with the Ramos boys who went on their way after Ahgung Tony passed. One went mainland. Carl Watanabe was holding it together for awhile at Whitmore gym.

    To my knowledge, I'm the only one teaching in Whitmo. Curtis Arrayan passed away a few years ago.

    Jason
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    Sorry, I thought on of them was still there.
    I remember trying to help them when they
    were fighting. Uncle T asked me to talk to
    them, but I nevr talked with both, before
    he passed.

    Uncle Curt was waiting for his son to return
    home. When he does, he and his cousin may
    re-open that line.

    Who did you train unde?

    `~/

    If you can pm me, send me your email, or ph#
  10. patfromlogan is online now
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    Posted On:
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    When Meex got me to "test ride my skill set" at Prof. C. Luna Emperado's school at the Royal School there was one kinda haole looking old timer (maybe even as old as me) who came in during class and I was told that he had his own school in Kahala. He'd be close to KarelinLifter , unless my memory is mixed up - after Clarence and Reynaldo pinned my head to the floor with their knees I maybe got confused...

    Oh, and I like Universal Kempo Karate http://www.universalkempo.com/door/ (I've trained under Prof. Guiang) and they have a branch:
    Kaimuki
    4th Degree Assistant Chief Instructor Brian Wong
    1132 - A Koko Head Avenue Honolulu, Hawaii
    Phone: (808) 223-3442

    Tuesday & Thursday
    Youth - 5 yrs. to 9 yrs.
    5:00 pm - 5:50 pm
    Youth -10 yrs. to 17 yrs.
    6:00 pm - 6:50 pm
    Adult - 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

    I dunno Brian Wong, but the other two branches of Universal KK I've worked out with are good.
    Last edited by patfromlogan; 5/01/2009 11:40pm at .
    "Preparing mentally, the most important thing is, if you aren't doing it for the love of it, then don't do it." - Benny Urquidez
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