shoes off the mat

HAILEY D. Has been chosen as Hikari Ryuza Center’s “Student of the Quarter” Her recognition was based off of her extremely focused dedication in class, and as such has become a role model for her classmates. We interviewed her so everyone could get to know her a little better. Without further ado, we present:, Read More

Martial Arts Teach Non-Violence

Martial arts training, when it is taught properly, as in, it involves an emphasis on character building, leads to improved self-esteem, confidence, respect, and self-discipline, as well the ability to defend oneself and/or others unable to defend for themselves against potential physical harm. How does that relate to non-violence? By developing the qualities listed, Read More

heart of wood

Happy Valentine’s Day! It’s the season of loooooooove, and nowhere more than at the Hikari Ryuza Center!  From us to you, Happy Valentines Day! In fact, we’re doing a Valentines exchange at our Saturday, February 13th Bujutsu class – come to class, bring a Valentine for someone special (secret or not!), and see if, Read More

March 2016

Spring has Sprung! Ok, almost. By the end of this month, Winter will be done and Spring will be here, and we’re just as excited about that as the next bunny. Spring brings lots of activities (but we’re always doing lots of activities, so we’re cool with it). Here are some important Springy reminders for, Read More

shoes off the mat

HARRISON A. Has been chosen as Hikari Ryuza Center’s “Student of the Quarter” His recognition was based off of his extremely focused dedication in class, and as such has become a role model for his classmates. We interviewed him so everyone could get to know him a little better. Without further ado, we present:, Read More