Shotokan Karate for youth and adults

Date/Time

Jan 7, 2013 to May 31, 2013

This event occurs weekly, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Description

Shotokan karate is a traditional Japanese style of the art founded byMaster Gichin Funakoshi. The basic objective is to provide its members a means of developing and strengthening both physically and mentally. To attain this goal, Alaska Shotokan Karate adheres to the same high standards and principles set forth by Master Gichin Funakoshi. The guiding principles of Master Funakoshi's philosophy are Character, Sincerity, Effort, Etiquette, and Self-Control.

Alaska Shotokan Karate is affiliated with the International Shotokan Karate Federation (ISKF). All testing is by qualified examiners of the ISKF. All instructors volunteer their time in teaching karate.

Cost

$70 per month (family rates available)

Location

View map Alaska Moving Arts Center
10901 Mausel Street
next to Eagle Academy Charter School
Eagle River, AK

Additional Information

Sponsor

Alaska Shotokan Karate Clubs

Phone

907-694-8915

Contact name

Becky Hesser

Contact email

Becky@AlaskaMovingArtsCenter.org

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