Dallas Kyokushin Karate

Dallas Kyokushin Karate

5.0 (2)
1 employee
5 years in business

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The ability to defend yourself against an assailant is an empowering feeling. Most martial arts use self defense as a cornerstone of the entire program. The precise methods will vary from discipline to discipline, but you can be certain that with regular practice, your child will learn to defend himself in a variety of different ways. Also we teach street-smart techniques to kids to help avoid problems altogether. We help develop leadership skills and martial arts is FUN.

Over 30 years experiance in the martial arts and 15 years of teaching. 

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Dallas, TX 75244
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2 Reviews



    Kyokushin has finally arrived in the Big D. Suitable for both kids and adults, Kyokushin is a traditional Japanese Karate, which instills, discipline and respect. Kyokushin is great for kids facing bullying, and provides sparring and tournament fighting opportunities for those who choose to pursue that path. As a long time Kyokushin practitioner and black belt, I can vouch that Sensei Hamilton, is the real deal, old school and yet very patient with kids. There is literally no equivalent in the DFW Metroplex. If you are unsure, I urge you to take a trial lesson. I hope to see you in the Dojo.


    Great with kids of all ages. Very knowledgeable and skillful. Our kids really enjoy learning respect for others and self respect, moral value of individual space, and karate tactics.

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

 I am black belt instructor in Kyokushinkai karate and the former New York (USA) Branch Chief of the International Kyokushinkai Organization , former Chairman of the North American Kyokushinkai Tezuka Group and graduate of the Long Island University Karate Instructors Program.

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

I charge month to month for lesson. Call or email me for details

How did you get started teaching?

I always had a passion for the martial arts and from the time i was a teenager i wanted to open my own school.so it happen for me about 15 years ago.

What types of students have you worked with?

In the past i have worked with adults children and have experiance with mentally challnged children and adults.