Ki, Kiai and Kata. Karate helps participants to develop ki (internal power) that helps us to avoid, prevent, escape, and survive violent situations.
Ki exists in everyone, but the study of karate helps us to develop this life force by allowing us to develop not just body and mind, but also spirit.
Participants strengthen their spirits by studying breathing power, and practicing kata (techniques or forms).
In the process, participants also develop relaxation and meditation techniques, learning how to turn off internal dialogue and focus on the world around them and their goals ahead of them.
We also provide lessons in Meditation, Tai Chi, Qi Gong, Hapkido, Tae Kwan Do, and Kickboxing to all ages.
By working with young children, teenagers, parents, and even security officers, We have also developed an effective and fun program to instruct others in karate and self defense.
In this program, entitled Empty Hand Self Defense Training, We help people of all ages and ability levels to confidently keep themselves safe in a variety of situations.
Help develop confidence through integration on intellect, body, motion and spirit. Improve balance, flexibility and self defense techniques. Improve wellness, physically, emotionally, and mentally.
Values. The study of karate promotes respect for others, courage, integrity, self control, and an indomitable spirit. These values are essential to success, not only in the martial arts, but also at school and work. Parents, teachers, and employers will notice the difference in participants’ attitude and performance as participants learn to succeed in life through their own abilities, discipline and respect for authority.