The History of Shoshin Ryu

The History of Shoshin Ryu is about growth, death, celebrations, a plane crash, Mr. Sake, and more. The History of Shoshin Ryu is about people and what they did off the mat as well as on it. Bryan Stanley began practicing jujitsu in 1984.

The History of Shoshin Ryu

The History of Shoshin Ryu

The History of Shoshin Ryu Mike Chubb loved to teach jujitsu. He attracted a few dedicated students who matched his passion and, together, they turned two small dojos into a 300-member organization. The History of Shoshin Ryu is about growth, death, celebrations, a plane crash, Mr. Sake, and more. The History of Shoshin Ryu is about people and what they did off the mat as well as on it. Bryan Stanley began practicing jujitsu in 1984. He earned his black belt in 1990 and started his first dojo shortly thereafter. He has written about Shoshin Ryu since 2002 when he became editor of the Shoshin Ryu Yudanshakai Newsletter. He lives in Huntington Beach, California, with Allison, his wife.

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