Authentic Japanese Karate

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Wado-Kai (way of peace) is the most popular form of Karate in Japan. The style is a blend of traditional Karate forms of quick, powerful linear techniques and Jujitsu, a style that emphasizes an efficient circular motion. The style also emphasizes naturalness in body stance and motion, and cultivates a mental attitude to overcome one’s perceived physical limitations. Instruction is interactive and personal, and assumes that mastery can be achieved equally by men and women independent of body type and strength.

Stop waiting, join the game now with zeus slot machine free continuous luck and many victories await you! “Shudokan” literally means “the house where you master the way.” There are only twenty schools in the world which carry the Shudokan designation. Established in 1988, Wado-Kai Shudokan Karate has been serving the adults, youth and children of the Longmont area with quality karate and self-defense instruction.

Head Instructor – Sensei Tanabe

Sensei Tanabe

  • 6th degree Black Belt
  • M.S. of Kinesiology
  • USA National Karate Federation Certified
  • Japan Karate Federation Certified
  • Executive Director of North America Karate Masters Association
  • Front Range Community College Faculty — Japanese Language and Culture
  • Recipient of Overseas Distinguished Karate Service Award from Japan Karate Federation, Wado-Kai.

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“Shudokan Karate is awesome! I would certainly recommend it to everyone even remotely interested in martial arts. Friends of mine go to other Dojos around the Longmont area, and many of them have very unfulfilling experiences because other Dojos are so focused on beating other people up. Shudokan is different, students are there to learn and not to release their egos upon other people. There is a lot of support and help to learn and practice and do as well as you can. Because of this learning is fun, engaging, and also quite practical. Shudokan has definitely helped my self-confidence and improved my life.” –Rachel V.