GUEST MASTERS
Grandmasters and Masters who have shared
their time, knowledge, and skills with the American Martial Arts Institute

There are many schools and styles in the world that have something to offer to the history of the martial arts. The reason they are not known and their knowledge is unused is because these schools do not venture beyond their borders of familiarity or security. To remain isolated is to see a very small part of the world from a limited perspective. The philosophy of the martial arts was to transcend styles, countries, races, and sexes. It is a philosophy of giving and completing the circle of life and knowldge from person to person and generation to generation. With this in mind, the American Martial Arts Institute and its instructors have sought to share with the world in as many ways as possible and in so doing have had the opportunity to learn from many leaders and schools of the martial art.

The following list are some of the many skilled martial artists who have shared their time, knowledge, and skills with the American Martial Arts Institute:

Grandmaster Raymond P. Arndt
Of the American Kang Duk Won Association

Grandmaster Fumio Demura

Grandmaster Mark R. Shuey, Sr.

Founder of the American Cane System

Headmaster Tsuneyoshi Matsuno
Headmaster of Takenouchi-Hangan-Ryu-Matsuno

Grandmaster Frank Dux
Of Dux-Ryu