We are moving our outdoor training to Oak Knoll Park in City of Cypress effective this Thursday, October 15. (See map)
All class times and days remain the same. For any questions please comment below to get a quick response. Thank you.
I feel great energy and enthusiasm among students in every training since we've re-opened the studio. For now, classes are limited to 6 students at the dojo and there are still a few more spots available. Contact me to reserve your spot so you can get back to your training.
Our Dojo will re-open on Monday September 21 and we will conduct classes every Monday & Wednesday at 3:30, 4:30, 5:30 and 6:30 pm. Classes are limited to 6 students only. Contact me to sign up for any particular class.
Please note, we'd continue with our "park classes" and those classes are open to all students every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Happy training!
Today, our 182nd promotion testing at the park was one to remember for a long time. After being limited for months in terms of training at the Dojo, these 12 students finally got their chances to showcase their abilities in front of our black belt instructors with their family in attendance. Your determination and resilience paid off. Congratulations to all of you!
Our next promotion testing will be held this Saturday Aug. 29th, beginning at 12 p.m at Darrell Essex park. We had some loyal and hard working students that totally deserve to move up in ranking. They will get their invitation form this week during classes.
Every setting or environment has its own feel that can enhance the training in one way or another. Training at the dojo is more of a controlled environment, optimized flooring with ample equipment and tools to use during class. Training at the park is more of a unification with nature. Fresh air, surrounded by trees, and walking on the grass is truly an amazing feeling that sharpens our senses while working out. But in all honesty, there are no better or worse setting when it comes to karate. Variation in regular training should always be welcomed. For the time being, training at the park is great. Let’s enjoy it to the max!