Traditional Japanese Karate
Karate/martial art is an outstanding way for kids and adults to improve physically and mentally. As students advance from white through black belt, they gain advantages of strength, flexibility and endurance, as well as improved concentration, discipline and character. The All American Black Belt Academy, located in Dublin, California, is family oriented and offers instruction in the Shito Ryu style of Japanese karate. The All American Black Belt Academy has several locations in Northern California.
Shihan Carl Hultin, Master Instructor
Hayashi ha Shitoryu 7th Dan and 3rd Dan in Kenshin Ryu Kobudo promoted and authorized by Shodai Soke Teruo Hayashi, 9th Dan.
In 1966 Shihan began his karate training in Philadelphia, PA with the JKA Shotokan master, Sensei T. Okazaki. While living in Lubbock, TX in 1971 he earned a brown belt in Allen Steen’s Tae Kwon Do school. After moving to San Diego, CA Shihan joined Shihan Minobu Miki’s dojo and began his long journey in Hayashi ha Shitoryu Kai by earning his black belt in 1975. He is currently the only Hayashi ha Shitoryu California dojo registered with the Japan Headquarters.
Shihan Hultin has a business administration degree and had a career in corporate management. In 1979 Shihan moved to the San Francisco Bay Area and in 1980 opened his karate school in Dublin. Subsequently he developed karate programs with the local YMCA and San Ramon City Recreation Department.
Shihan used his dojo and competition experience to become a World Karate Federation judge at the World Championship in Masstricht, Netherlands in 1984. He continued as an official in fifteen other international events all over the world.
When the USA National Karate Federation was established in 1994, he was elected the first Western Regional Vice President and a member on the Referee Council.
Shihan Hultin established the United Karate Federation of California in 1990. The UKFC is a California non-profit corporation to benefit the Dublin elementary school children with low cost karate/martial art classes and give financial aid to karate athletes in Northern California.
Shihan has developed a more holistic and healthy approach to his karate training to help his students maintain a healthy balance and superior physical fitness level. He is a nationally certified massage therapist as well as a National Strength and Conditioning Association Certified Personal Trainer.
Karate Is For Everyone!
Men, women and children can take advantage of the All American Black Belt Academy programs. Each student, regardless of age, will progress at their own pace. Emphasis is always placed on individual personal development. Students as young as 4 years to 80 years have told us of the benefits they have gained from our confidence- and self-esteem-building programs.
Our authentic style of karate places an emphasis on improving the individual's self esteem by encouraging the student to strive for excellence in their daily lives. Our students are taught to use politeness and discipline at school and at home. Our students tell us they have found happiness in their personal growth.
How Do I Start?
All new students at the All American Black Belt Academy start with an introductory program designed to give them a chance to visit the academy, meet the instructor, and find out about the benefits of karate/martial art. Our beginner program will teach your the karate basics of kicking, blocking, punching and self-defense tactics. Our special program will increase your flexibility, physical strength and confidence with your newfound skills.
Locations and Contact Information
The primary location of the All American Black Belt Academy Martial Art dojo is in Dublin, CA.Japan Karate-do Shito Ryu
Go Ken Dojo Honbu
6866 Village Parkway
Dublin, CA 94568
Phone: 925-829-4265 Cell: 925-216-1102 Email: email@example.com
The Academy also offers programs through the San Ramon Community Center. Instruction is offered by Sensei Jonathan Chin, 3rd degree black belt. The San Ramon Park & Community Services located at 9300 Alcosta Blvd, San Ramon.