Giving Support to Master Sabu T. Lewis and The Humble School of Martial Arts....is very easy to Do! 

Teaching the Brooklyn Youth Tae Kwon Do and Leadership Skills for over 38 Years

Humble School of Martial Arts has become a long-standing pillar of excellence in New York City’s ever-burgeoning borough of Brooklyn. Founder and Chief Master Instructor, Sabu Lewis, has dedicated over 45 years of his life to positively impacting the community; particularly the Clinton Hill section of Brooklyn where Humble School has been located for the past decade.

Though students of all ages are welcome, the school has especially significant influence on neighborhood youth. Under Master Sabu’s leadership, Humble School has become renowned for its all-encompassing approach to martial arts instruction, including physical, mental and spiritual development. Today, parents enroll their children in Humble School for more than just the expert self-defense instruction that they will undoubtedly receive. Equally important to them, is Sabu’s reputation for inspiring youth to develop the self-confidence and self-discipline necessary to excel academically and socially. An article in “The Local” of Clinton Hill quotes the parent of a Humble student: “Master Sabu is not just teaching them [Martial Arts]. He’s teaching them discipline. He’s teaching them every day life. And having a little fun with it."

Far beyond Humble School’s formal hours of operation, Master Sabu Lewis has tirelessly donated his time and energy to individuals, groups, schools and organizations throughout the community, over the course of the past four-and-a-half decades. Those with whom he has shared his expertise include Jackie Robinson Community Center for Physical Culture.
Kingsborough Houses, Bed-Stuy Boxing Gym, Red Hook Houses and Warren Street Center for Children & Families – just to name a few. He is renowned throughout Brooklyn as a source of inspiration, a positive role model and an excellent neighbor.
Chief Master Sabu Lewis – raised and educated in Brooklyn, New York – was first exposed to the martial arts at the age of fourteen. His uncle showed him a few moves he’d learned in the military, igniting an interest in the teenager that would lead to a lifetime of dedicated study. Throughout the years, Sabu has intently practiced and taught the arts of Tae Kwon Do, Modern Arnis and Shotokan; and credits such martial artists as Grand Master Kenny Lee, David Kim, Curtis Black, Professor Vee, Remy Presas, Sabunim Aaron Adams and Doctor Moses Powell as being among his greatest influences and inspirations.
You all have played an extremely significant role in Humble School’s move to our brand new location. Your contributions of time, energy and finance throughout the past several years have been invaluable Since we moved to our new location at 1406 Fulton Street at Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration! We're on your right-hand side, just before Super Food Town, as you enter Restoration Plaza from the Fulton Street entrance closest to Brooklyn Avenue.

We hope to see you at the new location soon!
Thankfully,
Chief Master Sabu
Humble School of Martial Arts

Created by  Master Sabu Thomas Lewis His Humble School Students & The BrooklynNEEDS Team

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