Genbu-Kai Karate

Genbu-Kai Karate

Keith Moore

Wellington, FL

5.0

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28 years in business
2 employees

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Family owned and operated.

Chief Instructor has 36+ years experience.

Our school is the Florida Main branch for our international organization.

We enjoy helping our students, and their families, over come obstacles and achieve goals they never thought possible.

Lessons

Karate, Aikido, Fencing, Jiu Jitsu, Judo, Mixed Martial Arts, Self Defense


Location

Wellington, FL 33414

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  • Eugene Ryzhikov

    One of the rare traditional Okinawan karate schools. Teaching shito ryu style and kobudo - the art of traditional weapons. Perfect for all ages.

  • Michael Simms

    I have had the opportunity to visit the Florida Genbu Kai dojo several times in the past seven years due to business travel. Sensei Moore provides and excellent environment for learning traditional martial arts including kobudo and batto-do. The dojo is warm and friendly and there is a culture of learning the art correctly without being robotic. This curriculum is based on the traditional foundation of the three K's: Kihon (basics), Kata (forms) and Kumite (sparring). If you are looking for a traditional martial arts school, this is the place.

  • Arnold Rosenstock

    Came to this new martial arts family with a varied experience training in Korean Taekwondo and Okinawa Karate styles, my purpose to explore the world of Kobudo. Was welcomed by a warm, energetic and diverse group of individuals in terms of age and martial arts backgrounds held together by an equally inspiring Sensei who brings to his art and teaching a broad range of skills and experiences coupled with great spirit, evidenced by his enjoyment of his work and the respect accorded to him by his students of all ages. Across the past 40+ years, having trained with individuals whose abilities and lineages were quite respectable, I am in the position of being able to recommend this dojo without reservation. In closing, we cannot but fail to recognize that the foundation and inspiration for this organization is to be found in its legendary Grandmaster Demura Fumio Dai Sensei.

  • Scott Lowe

    My son loves taking karate here. He looks forward to it each week and Sensei Moore is wonderful. I would definitely recommend this dojo.

  • Corina Valentin

    My son attends this school and I am always impressed when I see what he has learned. The staff and members are wonderful and treat everyone like family. This is a close-knit school with a great teacher/student relationship. I would highly recommend them to all.

  • Joan Cosgrove

    I've been studying Batto (sword) for 2 1/2 years and find Sensei Moore and his instructors provide professional, all inclusive instruction in an environment that promotes growth. Even for a 69 year old grandmother like me!

  • Meagan Vargo

    I have been going to this dojo for several months now, and can honestly say that I love it! The Sensei's teaching of the art and the encouragement from other students both create a calm and positive learning environment. I would recommend this dojo to anyone looking for an amazing place to learn and train!

  • Kim Bunner

    My son has been training with Sensei Moore for a year and a half. His confidence level and attitude have improved dramatically! He loves the weapons and sparing classes in addition to the regular training. Highly recommended this dojo.

  • Lora Blackwell

    My daughter started here in June 2016 and she loves it. The other kids are encouraging and very helpful with assisting her in learning. The Sensei is great with the kids. He holds their attention and really explains the tradition of this form of Karate. If you are looking to have your child get involved in martial arts, I would highly recommend this Dojo.

  • Sherry Vargo

    My daughter has been training at the school for several months now. Sensei Moore was incredibly helpful with her transition to this school. She definitely feels she has found the best place to be. We couldn't be happier with our experience! Thanks again!

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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

One on one personal instruction with an instructor for the first two to three weeks minimum, more time if necessary.


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

Chief Instructor has 36 years in traditional martial arts.

Most assistant instructors have a minimum of one year training.


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

Prices vary depending on programs.


How did you get started teaching?

Jumped at the opportunity when it became available. Ran my first martial art's school at age 17, and opened my own school at 21.


What types of students have you worked with?

Students with ADD, ADHD, Autism, family issues, bullying issues, blind, deaf and also downs syndrome.


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

Having my Sensei at our school for annual seminars.


What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Find one that you feel comfortable with.


What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

Whatever they desire.