Our Traditional Martial Arts program provides overall conditioning for men, women and children. Anyone can benefit from karate and martial arts training. Every class begins with a complete warm-up and stretching routine prior to moving into the core curriculum. Each student trains and progresses at their own pace with personal attention from the instructor(s). Traditional karate has something to offer everyone and it is as unique as the individuals who study traditional Karate and Kobudo. The many aspects of martial arts training: self defense, self confidence, physical conditioning and self-discipline are all tailored to the individual needs of the student. The benefits of practicing traditional karate are to numerous to list here, and the full benefit of practicing martial arts are only realized after training and experiencing it yourself. Join us at the Shorinkan Family Karate dojo and begin your journey through traditional Shorin-ryu Shorinkan Karate.
The style of karate taught in our dojo is Traditional Okinawan Shorin-Ryu Shorinkan, as developed hundreds of years ago in the village of Shuri, Okinawa. It is sometimes referred to as Kobayashi-Ryu. Shorin-ryu Karate has survived and been passed though the years due to it's highly effective self defense techniques. Approximately 80% of all karate systems in the world today were derived from the Okinawan Shorin-Ryu Karate system. This classical system of martial arts uses both hands and feet evenly for a well-rounded and balanced system of self defense.
Our trainers are internationally ranked and certified black belts in Okinawan Shorin-ryu Shorinkan Karate. The success of our students is our number one priority! Our students not only learn the ancient and cherished art of karate and self-defense at our dojo, they learn critical skills to develop confidence, character, moral integrity, and leadership that will guide them through everyday life. This all starts with the highest level and quality of instruction.
Next Kyu Rank Testing will be June 6th-8th starting at 5:15pm each night. Students must arrive on time wearing a full white gi with a Shorinkan Patch in good condition (ladies must have a white t-shirt underneath, hair in pony tail, and no make-up), and current belt in order to test. Good luck karateka!