Gomez Opens Martial Fusion Budo Center in Sarasota



Guillermo Gomez—creator of Martial Fusion, founder/director of United States AIKIKAI and the producer of Budo Expo—has relocated to Sarasota to open the region’s first Martial Fusion Budo Center, located at 2902 Hyde Park Street. Gomez designed the center from the ground up as a multi-dimensional training space, where he offers programs and classes geared towards business professionals, entrepreneurs, CEOs and those seeking to develop their leadership and conflict resolution skills, and build confidence, a stronger self-image and overall self-awareness. Gomez teaches Aikido as the primary martial art in his trainings because of its practical and philosophical qualities. Martial Fusion Budo Training is a concept developed by Gomez based on Aikido, kickboxing, yoga, qigong and zen meditation. The aim is to cultivate and improve health, longevity, flexibility, vitality, energy, stamina, posture, alignment, strength, coordination, agility, adaptability, balance, focus, clarity, inner development and spiritual awareness. A fifth-degree black belt by Hombu Dojo Japan, Gomez started training in martial arts and other healing arts at the age of 10. Fluent in English and Spanish, Gomez has worked with thousands of students, private companies, law enforcement agencies, military personnel, SWAT teams and corporate groups, teaching seminars and workshops around the world. Gomez has traveled to over 30 different countries, from the Amazon jungle in search of healing and shamanic rituals, to training with the monks in China's legendary Shaolin Temple.

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