Japanese style Shotokan Karate is a scientific dynamic martial art that has been developed and perfected over many years.
The participant will be exposed to traditional martial arts, which includes the various aspects of spiritual, physical, mental and emotional growth.
The ultimate aim of our training is not to build tournament champions but rather develop individuals of strong character.
This program embaraces traditions of Funakoshi Shotokan Karate in association with the YMCA's mission of healthy spirit, mind and body.
Utilize a combination of hard blocks, kicks, strikes and punches in a formal pattern of movements
Thursday: 5:45-6:15 PM
Thursday: 6:30-7:15 PM
Aikido is a unique method of self-defense derived from Japanese Bujutsu (warrior Arts). Aikido is a blend of redirecting the energy of an attacker to a different direction, thereby protecting yourself and the attacker from injury.
Thursday 7:30-8:15 pm
Sensei Roy Miller is giving an Aikido Demonstration at his dojo.
Sensei Roy Miller
Rokudan, 8th-degree black belt
Shadan 1st Dan in Jujitsu.
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