Miyagi Ken International

Miyagi Ken International

5.0 (1)
3 employees
5 years in business

About this pro

I offer through my academy authentic Traditional Japanese Karate Do classes for all ages from 4 years old. The curriculum is endorsed by the World Karate Do Shitoryu Federation, based in Japan, and our diploma is valid worldwide. Our program aims to contribute to physical and mental development, under the highest principles of Shitoryu karate that will provide the practitioner with tools that will be useful in all areas of their lives. I also have a sports karate program whose objective is to train athletes in this specialty and compete in Regionals, Nationals and Internationals at all levels around de World.  Karate has recently been accepted as an Olympic sport, so the goal of our students could be the Olympic Games! Finally, I run the KARATE ON SITE preschool program, a program we take directly to schools and focuses on developing primary motor and mental skills.

Karate is for me both a way of life and a family tradition, so teaching Karate awakens in me a great passion and interest. I trained with my father under the tutelage of a great Master such as the Kyoshi Shoko Sato (Pan-American Head of the Shitoryu-style Karate Organization), and I am a member of one of the great Karate organizations in the World based in Japan as It is the World Shitoryu, I was also an athlete with an international background and finally I have trained and continue to work on training athletes in this discipline.

I am a certified trainer by the World Karate Federation (the only entity that governs World Karate and recognized by the International Olympic Committee).

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Spring, TX 77389
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1 Review

5.0

  • Luis Melo (Thomas Melo)

    Respect, discipline, and above all: love to our kids. Luis and his powerful family have the highest standards in traditional Karate Do.



FAQs


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

1. One or two free trial classes.

2. Choose the best program that suits the needs, age and level of the student.

3. During the first classes the student will know the routine and will learn about the parts of a class and its instructions.

4. Then a guide will be delivered with the program that contains the description of the objectives and skills to be acquired depending on the level.


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

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Lessons offered