U.S.A. GOJU ASSOCIATION
Armando I Colbourne, Kyoshi 8th Dan
Sensei Colbourne began his Martial Arts Studies in 1969 at the Untouchables Butokukai in Brooklyn, New York as a student of William Louie.
In 1975 Sensei Colbourne joined the United States Air Force and taught USA Goju in Texas, Mississippi and Alaska.
In 1980 He moved to Miami, Florida, and opened his first civilian Dojo at the Opa-locka Airport Park.
In 1995 he opened his first Commercial Dojo at the Westside plaza.
Kyoshi Colbourne became a Commissioned Career Sensei in 1997 and a personal Student of Grand Master Peter Urban.
During 2003 – 2007 he taught Karate at the Aikido Center of Miami and on July 1st 2007, the Training Hall moved to his present location.
Through the years he has studied the following Arts: Sanuces Ju Jitsu, Tae kwon Do, Brazilian Ju Jitsu, Aikido, Shuri Goju, Okinawan Shu ryu, Chinese kenpo.
American Tiger Karate provides classes for children and adults. Private classes are taught by appointment only,
special black belt courses and continuing education certifications.
Mr. Colbourne is on the Board of Directors of the Martial Arts Foundation. He is a tournament promoter for the National Karate and Kung Fu Olympia Games,
the Senior Master of The Pan-American Goju Ryu Association, and a member in good standing of the Society of Harmonious Fists.
Greatest accomplishment: Strong stable of Black Belts in and out of the Martial Arts, 100% college graduation ratio, exemplary members of their communities.
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