Karate, also known as the “mother of all Japanese martial arts”, is really a laying foundation for all other fighting styles, originating in Japan… Developed in the Ryukyu islands (modern day Okinawa), it incorporates a lot of Chinese moves (like Fujian White Crane’s) kicks, punches, and strikes. Sometimes the worldwide popularity of the karate goes as far as to serves as an “umbrella term” for all Oriental striking-based martial arts. This, however, is very inaccurate, as karate’s rise to prominence began just 100 years ago, with a lot of Chinese fighting styles being out there much longer. Despite the differences, perhaps the fact how flawlessly karate does combine the moves of both Chinese and Japanese martial arts is what ultimately makes it so universally popular. Karate is mainly an offense-based martial art, though oftentimes used for the self-defense matters too…

This Karate class focuses on the following methods and positions:
  • A short sequence of basic Karate moves that can be used to defend yourself when being attacked.
  • Real-life techniques that help you free yourself from an attacker, block attacks, and disable an attacker.
  • Techniques designed to build conditioning and stamina that can be used in sparring.


  • 1 – 12 sessions per month


Reasons that make people sign up for a martial arts class can vary
Maybe you want to learn a few self-defense tricks, living in such a hectic city as New York?

See the Pictures our Instructors & Students Have Taken During the Recent Classes…