Sensei Gary Wong,
first class with Saiko Shihan Greg Reid, Sensei Gary has been
fascinated with the depth and breadth found in the Wado style of
day in 1992, he has continued to train in the kihon (basics), kata
(forms), and goshin-waza (self-defence techniques) that form the
foundation of our style.
progressed from Mudansha to Yudansha, he expanded his training to
include kobu-jitsu (weaponry), and Shindo Yoshin-Ryu (“Sacred
Willow Style" jui-jitsu, a core component of Wado), as well as
teaching in the dojo.
training was reinforced by his personal study of human anatomy and
Iyengar Yoga, as well as his prior training in a variety of Chinese
After passing his San-Dan grading in
he was conferred the title of Sensei. Sensei Gary endeavors to live
up to this title by teaching to the best of his ability, as well as
continuing to train to the best of his ability, as he plans to
continue learning and improving in the art of Wado.
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