Not a money making machine For serious martial artists.
Honshin Kan is run by volunteers who spend thier own time and money aside from having other full time jobs to practice the arts they love. These are people who are dedicated to preserving the true art.
This is also a very affordable place. Most places make you sign a year or more contract which can cost thousands. The owner/Sensei uses his own money to keep Honshin Kan running.
Yes, it is basically a barn but you must remember this is the real deal. If you want a shiny, expensive place where the parents have basically purchased their child's belts, then go elsewhere.
This is for those who are serious about martial arts and discipline.
Honshin Kan: Great Aikido Dojo!. Honshin Kan is a great place to practice Aikido. The teacher is fantastic! I have been practicing for several years and I have learned so much during that time! The class has people of a variety of ages, races, and ranks participating. It is an awesome place to learn and you not only learn life lessons, but you make great friends. Come out to the dojo and check out a class. It is affordable too. I am a full-time student at the JC and it doesn't break the bank. Awesome class, 100% recommended.
Spider Web'd barn.
The Kung Fu instructor has departed and no replacement available yet. The shape of the studio is very poor. Parking is available next to the Rincon Vly Feed shop. Never received a call back to my message regarding children classes.
My kids and I visited the studio and we never saw and students for the 6pm Monday Jujutsu class. We waited ten minutes and had to leave due to the poor condition of the place.
There are other schools in the area that are much better for children.
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