Class Schedule

Mon/Wed

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Beginner Kids Karate    6 - 7 pm

Beginner Adult Karate   7 - 8:30 pm

Tues/Thurs

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Int & Adv Kids Karate   6 - 7 pm

Int & Adv Adult Karate   7 - 8:30 pm

Sat

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Open Training - Kids   1- 2 pm

Open Training - Adults   2 - 4 pm

By Appointment Only

Private Lessons

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Customized training sessions to meet your individual athletic and martial arts goals.

Women's Self-Defense

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Corporate and private group sessions coming soon. - Schedule TBD.

Learn effective self-defense techniques using real-world scenarios.

Reasons for Kids and Adults to Train Karate

Defense

Learn how to defend yourself, and be assertive without being aggressive.  

Respect

Teaches respect for self as well as others.  Teaches respect for all types of weapons

Focus

Helps mental focus, improves attention to detail, and increases goal achievement

Confidence

A disciplined approach and can-do attitude increases self-confidence and self-esteem

Health

Increase flexibility, agility, physical strength, aerobic capacity, an overall health

Control

Helps teach self-control, impulse control, is a great stress reliever, and is a great tool to help with anger management issues

DOJO ETIQUETTE

AND RULES OF BEHAVIOR

  • Observe the training schedule (arrive on time)
  • Wear proper attire.  Gi should be clean and presentable
  • No shoes allowed on the dojo floor
  • Show respect by bowing to the dojo shomen (to acknowledge skills passed on through the ages from one teacher to the next teacher)
  • If class is in session, politely request permission to join the class
  • Bow respectively to the instructor, senior students, and then your peers
  • When instructed to line up or sit in seiza, maintain proper form and do so in order of rank
  • Listen carefully to instructions, practice with sincere effort, and take correction and advice
  • Handle all weapons and equipment with care. Put them back where they belong.
  • Always be polite, courteous, and humble (bad behavior and arrogance will not be tolerated)
  • Be mindful of personal hygiene
  • Upon leaving the dojo floor, bow toward the shomen, your instructors, and your fellow students

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