*MONDAY - WEDNESDAY - friday*
5:00 -5:30 PM / LION CUBS (Ages 3 - 4 / MON & FRI ONLY)
5:45 - 6:30 PM / LITTLE LIONS (Ages 4 to 7)
6:30 - 7:15 PM / NOVICE (WHITE BELT & ORANGE BELT)
7:15 - 8:00 PM / INTER/ ADV. (BLUE BELT & ABOVE)
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM / CRAM SESSIONS (CONDITIONING - BAG TRAINING - SPARRING - KATA)
(TO BE ANNOUNCED)
SEIREIKAI KARATE; is traditional, authentic Japanese karate based on Kyokushin & Oyama karate fused with Judo techniques. Old school training, practical defensive techniques, the practice of fighting basics, body conditioning, physical & mental development, traditional and modern forms (Kata). Building confidence, self esteem, motivation and a healthy life style.
TINY LION CUBS KARATE (PHASE ONE): Class created for tiny ones ages 3 & 4, developing balance, fun motor skills, focus and learning karate tricks and punching and kicking, jumping, running, and rolling. Learning to listen and follow directions and having fun while strengthening their tiny bodies. This class is ideal for the newest beginner ninja karate warrior.
LITTLE LIONS KARATE (PHASE TWO): Karate for ages 4-7 with an emphasis on more development of balance, motor skills, and focus, re-enforcing the learned skills from Phase One. Learning more basics of punching, blocking, kicking and movement patterns in the form of kata to help strengthen muscle memory. Learning karate and making new friends, developing personal interaction and communication skills with others in the same age group.
NOTE: PRIVATE LESSONS AVAILABLE FOR CHILDREN AGES 3 to 7 -- CALL FOR INFO 614.655.6646
RAION-HA ITTORYU KENJUTSU (Katana - Sword): Weapons play a large part in the Japanese martial arts as well as the culture. Our sword class is based on the Sakura-ha Ittoryu sword style, inspired by the teachings of Kotaka Sensei. This class was created for the enthusiast who would like to explore the world of the old samurai. Raion-ha Ittoryu Kenjutsu is not part of our karate curriculum but can be a supplement to your current martial arts study.
TAIKYOKU-KEN : (A Japanese form of Tai-Chi) has its origin in the Chinese martial arts of "Yi quan or Tai Chi". The name Taikyoku-ken means "Grand Ultimate Fist". Characteristics of Taikyoku-ken are very similar to the movements of Tai Chi and like Tai Chi there are many health benefits gained through the practice of Taikyoku-Ken such as respiratory & vascular circulation, concentration, meditation, awareness, as well as practicality of movement and a form of self-defense. All age groups can benefit from this class.