This is KAIZEN
Non-Traditional | Reality Based | Practical | Effective| Combatives
Kaizen is a martial arts studio unlike any other. This is a bold statement, but I have held a bold ambition throughout my life to offer the very best martial arts training I can provide, and to offer it within a studio as unique and beautiful as the methods of martial arts training I offer.
My Kaizen Galleries offer you a glimpse into our studio, youth and adult classes, and the special events or services I offer here at Kaizen.
Enjoy these image galleries, they will be periodically updated as time goes on.WILDCATS YOUTH ADULTS
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a video is priceless! Videos are living photographs telling the story of those within and connect with us on infinite levels.
My Video Galleries offer a dynamic insight into training here at Kaizen. Currently, I mostly have videos of my former studio from many years ago, however I am working on new videos from our Reedsburg Studio and I'll soon have them available for you to enjoy.
On a Side Note, here's my "I Am Cinema Gallery".View Video Galleries
Some people are lost in their own fires...
Others are forged in them
Civilize the Mind...
But Make Savage the Body.
You can only fight the way you practice.
Train as You Fight, Fight as You Train.
When visiting KAIZEN, you'll see a wide variety of artwork along its walls. This is due to a few other aspects of my life... Artwork, Wisconsin Big Cat Rescue, and my other business I Am Cinema.
I guess one could say, I've been an artist my entire life. Drawing was always one of my favorite pastimes. My favorite subject was always Dragons. (Yes... I'm a nerd by nature 🙂 ) I have stretched canvas prints of my photography and my original artwork placed throughout Kaizen. Not that my artwork is anything speculator, but it's a reflection of me and my personality.
Now my career as a professional photographer and my volunteer work at WBCR are a prominent part of my life and personality.
As part of my involvement and volunteer work with Wisconsin Big Cat Rescue, I shoot photography for them in an effort to help raise money for their cause.
I sell prints of my best shots of the Big Cats and donate 50% of the profit to WBCR. Prints come in a variety of sizes, from small to actual life size of the Big Cat!