Grandmaster Luis Morales
Living by his motto “Always a student” Sensei Morales continues to learn and research the Martial Ways; and he is currently studying Renzo Gracie jiu-jitsu and Silat.
As a child, Grandmaster Luis Morales was fascinated with the Martial Arts, spending many hours reading the various Martial Arts publications such as Black Belt Magazine and Karate Illustrated.
His first real exposure to the Martial Arts came when he was only 8 years old. A family friend introduced him to a Ju-jutsu style called Miyama-Ryu. At the age of 12 years old he began his formal training in Martial Arts.
Grandmaster Morales has dedicated his life to the study of Old Ways of Karate and Okinawan Goju-Ryu Karate in particular, and due to his relentless pursuit has a profound knowledge of its Kata and its Bunkai (Applications).
He is highly regarded for his Functional Karate and advanced abilities in the ways of Martial Science, Tuidi-jutsu (Grab Hand Art) and Kyusho-jutsu (Vital points Point Art) that are Sub Arts of Karate.
He has been fortunate to have trained with the world’s leading Goju-Ryu’s masters. To name a few, Hanshi Gogen Yamaguchi of Japan Goju-kai, he was a senior student of Master Teruo Chinen of Jundokan International, Hanshi Eiichi Miyazato, founder of the Jundokan Dojo.
Grandmaster Morales has been under the tutelage of Grandmaster Tetsuhiro Hokama 10th Dan of Kenshi-kai Okinawan Goju-Ryu and Kobu-jutsu since 1999.
Grandmaster Morales has done seminars along side with many Martial Arts great such as Soke Lil John Davis of Kumite-ryu jujutsu, Professor James Muro of Hawaiian Kenpo and Danzan-ryu jujutsu, Grandmaster Bill McCloud of Urban contemporary jujutsu, and Senior Master Rudy Tuiolosega of Limalama. His hands on approach make his seminar very popular and sought after.
- Goju-Ryu Karate-jutsu
- Bugaku (Martial Science)
Ranks & Certifications:
- North America Chief Instructor for Kenshi-kai Goju-Ryu.
- 9th Dan in Okinawa Goju-Ryu Karate and Kobu-jutsu.
- The highest Ranking Torite Jutsu Instructor in the Northeastern United States.
- Certified GrandMaster rank in Torite-jutsu 7th Dan, 7th Dan in Okinawa Kenpo under Grandmaster Tom Muncy 10th Dan and Grandmaster Rick Moneymaker 9th Dan founders of the Dragon Society International.
Awards & Recognition:
- Awarded 10th by The Hawaii Martial Arts International Society signed by many Kenpo Greats and recognized Grandmaster of The Bugaku Renmei.
- Founder of The Bugaku Renmei (Martial Science Federation).
- Author of The Sub-Arts Guidebook.
- Karate Advisor to usadojo.com.
Testimonials for Grandmaster Luis Morales:
“An honor and a very real pleasure to meet you in Las Vegas. Your seminar on “Pressure Points” was simply the greatest. Wishing you success and health in the years to come.”
It has been my distinct pleasure meeting you and having the opportunity of attending your seminars. As we have spoken about recently, Tuidi is exactly what the Karate-Ka needs to know. It obviously forms the basis of the reality of our KATA.
Sensei Jack Kramer and I will be arranging a seminar in the near future along with Sensei Ron Gaeta, our mutual friend of many years.”
Sensei Thomas Van Tassel,
Captain, N.J. State Police
P.S. Your web site is super!!!!
Your seminar in Hackensack NJ was great, very interesting and painful, but a lot of fun. Thank you for your willingness to share your knowledge and experience in the “old ways” of karate”
Sensei Doug Fleming
“Dear members of Bugaku Renmei:
I just would like to tell you as you already know that you are fortunate to have such a honorable leader. It was an honor for me to meet him and be able to spend time sharing each other’s knowledge. He is truly a person of high integrity and strong moral fiber and it was God’s blessing that I met him. His knowledge and skill is genuine and I know he has earned everything he has done. It is not always that you meet a man who truly is genuine in his knowledge of the martial arts and you, as members and students are very fortunate to have him in your life. I am bless to have him in mine now.”
God Bless you always,
Senior Master LimaLama