Kajukenbo 

The training for this program  begins after an interview training session and basic class attendance. 
Once sufficient training is conducted, the student may confer with the instructors. KaJuKenBo is an exchange system of Martial training, not a specific particular style of training. Most practioners have simular methods thus resembling a style. Kajukenbo Systems has within its ranks black belts in : Judo, Kenpo, Brazillian JiuJitsu, Aikido, Shoalin Gung Fu, Tae Kwon Do, Pakiti tersia, Kali , Fillipino Martial Arts, Boxing Gyms, Champion KickBoxers, KravMaga as well as schools that focus only on Kajukenbo original method from palama! All are represented and respected!

The material covered will include :
 The original Mixed Martial Art, from Hawaii since 1947.

 Five Elements and Standards to pass and or exceed the demands of the 
Kajukenbo Self Defense Systems Shodan:
(Harako Kenpo,Danzan Ryu JuJitsu, Chinese Ch'un Fa Gung Fu Si Lum Pai, Tang Soo Do Korean Karate, Western Olympic Boxing and Wrestling, including "dirty boxing", as well as additional teachings from: Daito Ryu Aiki Jujitsu, F.M.A. and from modern grappling systems influenced by Roy Dean BJJ).
The Student will use the class standards of the Aikido Method of Ukemi and classroom etiquette.
The Uniform will be WHITE JUDO GI,or black karate Gi Black T-shirt under for non GI training. Teaching is broken into Batteries of instruction that reflect five basic elements of self defense: Striking( kenpo karate and dirty boxing), Grappling( Judo , Juijistu, Wrestling), Weapons (samurai, F.M.A. and gun retention), Meditation and Mind-Body connection training (Zazen, Chi gong  and aikitaiso)
 Rates reflect the value of the Instructor's TIME 
and the student's commitment to the seriousness of the training.
 Usual rates for such training are:
 $100/month or $20/class, payable to the instructor, not the Dojo.
​William Ross is a 6th degree black belt (Sigung in Kajukenbo).