DOJO-Academy of Martial Arts is an internationally famous martial arts fraternity dedicated to the Fighting and Health
Systems of Gung Fu, Tai Chi Chuan, Kempo, Hsing-i, Pa-Kua, Shaolin Temple Boxing, Shotokan, Taekwondo, Hapkido, Isshin-ryu, Shorinji, Gojo, Wado-ryu, Ninjitsu,
Jui-Jitsu, Judo, Aikido, Wu Shu, Jeet Kune Do, and American Eclectic Karate. American Home Guard members are also skilled and trained in the Art of Commando Warfare,
Survival Skills and Anti-Terrorist Operations.
Teachers have great power. The power to spark imagination and dreams, to help others grow, and grow themselves in the process. They teach skills and ideas that
last a lifetime and guide minds, young or old, on a personal quest to change their lives for the better. Thus helping to shape the future by setting a good example
and helping others.
There is no more noble cause than this.
If you have a Sensei or teacher you would like to honor, the DOJO Awards program offers the following certifications:
- Bruce Lee Award
- Wong Fei Hung Award
- Ed Parker-Kempo Award
- Martial Arts Spirit Award
- Bruce Tegner-Pioneer Award
- World's Finest Martial Artist Award
- Custom Designed Awards
These Awards are a complimentary service initiated so that students might express their gratitude, respect, and admiration for those Sensei who have truly performed
above and beyond the normal call of martial arts instruction and achieved a level of skill and understanding that enables them to shine in the eyes of those who come
to learn from them. These accolades are not granted lightly nor without sufficient petition and documentation of the individual’s service and contribution. The process
is much like that used in military organizations for suggesting commendations, letters of merit, or medals for bravery and valor. The customary procedure is for students
of a Dojo to sign the certificate and present it to their Sensei in a formal or informal ceremony.