Japan Karate of El Cajon

 Thank you for enrolling your son / daughter in what's known as a "traditional" karate / martials arts class.

First, what does "traditional" mean? Loosely defined, it means martial arts training as it was handed down from the founder of this karate style.

We emphasize that the children learn respect, and endeavour to teach key character development principles, as well as physical training, coordination, self-defense, confidence, etc, and having a good time along the way.

My goal is to bring each of your sons / daughters along with me on a journey that teaches interaction with others, instills confidence, improves physical agility / coordination / strength / endurance, as well as teaching a very well-defined and effective form of self-defense.

Our style of karate-do (literally, "kara" means empty, "te" means hand, and "do" signifies a way of living life) emphasizes respect, and, with time, a sense of compassion for your fellow student / other people.

I have been involved with martial arts training throughout my life, and when I moved to San Diego, I decided to realize one of my goals to find a good karate school and instructor, and really learn, period. I was awarded my permanent 1st Degree Black Belt in 1997, and received my 2nd Degree Black Belt in 2000. I have taught at several after-school programs, notably Jamacha in South Bay, Discovery Elementary School and Carlton Oaks in Santee, as well as having instructed many hundreds of hours for children and adults at my dojo (karate training school). I teach here at Hillside Mon and Fri, and attend my karate-do training on Tues, Weds, and Thurs.

You may contact me anytime.  Please see the 4th icon above called "Contact Us".  It has both my personal cell phone number as well as my email address.

Thank you again for your participation in your son's / daughter's training.

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