Kishindo Martial Arts Academy
2687 S. Preston St. Salt Lake City, UT 84106
Kishindo Martial Arts History
To my fellow martial artists,
I cannot do justice to the rich history that Kishindo on a web page.
Like the history of our families, it is packed with stories of
triumph and tragedy, sacrifice and struggle, Kishindo has no less a history of
groups and individuals who, through their own blood, sweat, and diligence have cut
the path that brings the knowledge of Kishindo together. For this, studnets owe a tremendous debt, one
that can only be repaid by self discipline, careful thought, pondering and
practice. When you do these things, you give them your respect. When you teach
their principles you honor them.
On this page, I will give you a short biography of those who went before us.
In many cases, photographs will help bring these great martial artists alive in
your mind. As you gain an appreciation of what you have been taught, and will be
taught in the future, give thought as to the origin of these things. I hope
that as you do, a desire to know these people will well up inside you as it has in
me. I hope that you will value this art and love it as I do.
Click on the Photos of Kishindo Ancestors to get a short
history of that individual.
Kent Hendrix Sensei