Many people think karate is about smashing bricks, ‘one-inch death punches’, and screaming ‘Eeee-yah’. But it’s not. (Except for the screaming, which is called a Kiai*).
To quote our founder: “The ultimate aim of karate lies not in victory or defeat, but in the perfection of character.”
So it doesn’t matter what your physical ability or disability is. Whether you’re a man, woman, or child. Or S, M, or L.
That’s because karate enables you to realize your full potential. And whether you’re a beginner, an experienced karateka, or someone returning to training after a break, we’re dedicated to helping you achieve that personal best.