Our family-friendly traditional karate school regularly serves students in the Mesa, Gilbert, Tempe, Chandler, AZ area. We teach traditional values. Our well-rounded curriculum helps students gain confidence in their abilities to protect themselves and others by studying the natural body motion of Ryukyu Kempo. Our Dojo Kun values of moral character, honesty, perseverance, respect and restraint help build character. We bring the old way of people-oriented ancient martial arts into the modern era.
Kirk Gauger and Jenifer Tull- Gauger are a husband-and-wife team, each with a 6th degree black belt, known as Rokkudan, awarded by the United Ryukyu Kempo Alliance. Both of these Renshis have over 18 years of training, and their passion is watching students grow, improve and progress on their karate path. They both love helping students improve their lives through martial arts. http://evma.net/instructors/
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New students start with our Intro Program, which is $30 and gets them a week of classes. Students start in their regular classes where basic techniques are taught beginning with their first lesson.
Our certified black belt instructors have gone through at least many years of training to get to that level, as well as ongoing training, which lends to their caring, professional, skilled teaching.
We have month-to-month, pay by the month on a year-term, or pay a year in full. The more commitment you make, the lower your pricing. Discounts for family members and heros (active military, police, sheriff and fire department employees). Contact us for tuition rates.
It was a birthday gift and lessons were loved from day one!
Kids (age three and up) and adults of all levels and and walks of life.
Our annual Spring Karate Camp: you can not beat the cameradierie, great training, meeting and training with martial artists from other states, yummy food and great weather!
Find a place of mutual respect where you feel comfortable and make sure the teachers focus on safety and that their values align with yours.
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