Sensei Lee Gray
Sensei Gray began studying Martial Arts
in 1960 on the island of Okinawa.
During his many years of living and traveling
throughout the far east, Sensei Gray has enjoyed
the opportunity to train with many distinguished
masters of Okinawa and Japanese Martial Arts.
As an active duty, career United States Marine
Sensei Gray taught hand-to-hand combat to Marine
Recruits at the Recruit Depot in San Diego California.
He spent much of his 20 year Marine Corps career
teaching martial arts and hand-to-hand combat to
members of all branches of the Armed Forces.
Traveling nationally and internationally Sensei Gray
has conducted seminars for martial artists of all styles.
He has taught in several colleges and universities
and has owned and operated dojo in California
After retiring from the U.S. Marine Corps
Sensei Gray embarked upon a career with the
Texas Department of Criminal Justice teaching
defensive tactics to police and corrections officers.
Sensei Gray has been Certified by:
Okinawa Karate-do Goju-Ryu Shobukan Honbu
Okinawa City, Okinawa Japan
All Okinawa Kobudo Federation
Naha City, Okinawa Japan
The State of California
(as a expert of martial arts weapons )
The Texas Department of Criminal Justice
(as a Master Instructor of Defensive Tactics)
Sensei Gray is member of:
The Budokan in Tokyo Japan
The Komei Juku in Tokyo Japan
The Nihon Kobudo Kyokai in Tokyo Japan
Okinawa Karate and Kobudo of America
And other Distinguished Organizations
Having retired from his second career
Sensei Gray now devotes full time to training
and teaching traditional martial arts at his
Shobukan Martial Arts Center in
An article on Sensei Gray and Sensei Masanobu Shinjo is available at USAdojo.com
Persons interested in martial arts training,
and Instructors interested in hosting clinics or
adding a more traditional approach to their
training may contact Sensei Gray by e-mail at:
Martial Arts for Body, Mind and Spirit