Shugyokan Shorin Ryu Dojo head instructor Prince Loeffler, began his path in the martial arts in 1985 when he took up training in Aikido under Mitsu “Mitz” Yamashita during his college years.; ; Over the years, Mr. Loeffler has had the honor and privilege of training with many masters and other black belts from various styles of karate. His past training experiences includes traditional Japanese Karate as well various system of Korean based martial arts. Furthermore, Prince has also trained in other traditional Japanese budo and martial arts such as Judo, Aikido, Jujitsu , Kenjutsu, Hapkido and Aikijujitsu.;; ;; In his life's endeavor to share his passion for traditional martial arts, he has dedicated much of his time to conducting karate demonstrations, workshops and seminars focusing on the introduction of traditional karate.; ;; ; He is also active in instructing self defense, safety awareness workshop to private groups, schools and community centers.;; ;; In the media , Prince Loeffler has been featured in martial arts magazines and newspapers such as Black Belt Magazine , Tae Kwon Do Times, The Beach Reporter , Daily Breeze and has been quoted in Kate Adamson’s best selling book “Triumph Over Adversity”.;
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