Universal School of Martial Arts Clarity Thru Movement
Who We Are The system we teach is a composite system (which many people now call MMA). It is first and foremost a system of self defense. It has its root in Japanese Karate (Shotokan and Shorin-ryu), but it also has strong influences from Judo, Aikido, Kung Fu, Muay Thai, and Jiu-Jitsu. Each of the elements is treated as important and is emphasized more or less according to the natural skill sets of the students. Our goal is to train individuals to have all the skills (physical, mental, social, and strategic) needed to come home safely, day in and day out. Competition in and of itself is not one of our training goals, and it is not necessary for progression in our system. With that being said, some students wish to try the competitive side of the Martial Arts, and when they do, we always work towards adding those elements of rules and regulations to help them along.
About Jason Jason has over 26 years of training in the Universal Karate system as well as more than 10 years training in each of the following: Aikido, Judo and Jiu Jitsu independent from this system (thanks to guidance and suggestion of his instructor) as well as over 20 years as an instructor in this system. He was a member of the Texas A&M Judo Team. He has also taught and trained in Japan ('00 and '01). About Quynh Quynh also has 26 years experience in this system. He has also trained in Jiu Jitsu (both Japanese and Brazilian) for more than seven years. Qyunh also has over 20 years of total experience as an instructor in martial arts.

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Who We Are The system we teach is a composite system (which many people now call MMA). It is first and foremost a system of self defense. It has its root in Japanese Karate (Shotokan and Shorin-ryu), but it also has strong influences from Judo, Aikido, Kung Fu, Muay Thai, and Jiu-Jitsu. Each of the elements is treated as important and is emphasized more or less according to the natural skill sets of the students. Our goal is to train individuals to have all the skills (physical, mental, social, and strategic) needed to come home safely, day in and day out. Competition in and of itself is not one of our training goals, and it is not necessary for progression in our system. With that being said, some students wish to try the competitive side of the Martial Arts, and when they do, we always work towards adding those elements of rules and regulations to help them along.
About Jason Jason has over 26 years of training in the Universal Karate system as well as more than 10 years training in each of the following: Aikido, Judo and Jiu Jitsu independent from this system (thanks to guidance and suggestion of his instructor) as well as over 20 years as an instructor in this system. He was a member of the Texas A&M Judo Team. He has also taught and trained in Japan ('00 and '01).
About Quynh Quynh also has 26 years experience in this system. He has also trained in Jiu Jitsu (both Japanese and Brazilian) for more than seven years. Qyunh also has over 20 years of total experience as an instructor in martial arts.