|New York City|
|Brooklyn Martial arts|
|11206 Williamsburg / Bushwick|
|11217 Times Plaza|
|11205 Fort Greene|
|11201 Cadman Plaza|
|11223 Highlawn / Gravesend|
|11231 Red Hook|
|11215 Park Slope / Van Brunt / Prospect Park West|
|11203 East Flatbush / Rugby / Farragut|
|11234 Mill Basin / Bergen Beach / Ryder|
|11235 Brighton / Bay / Nostrand|
|11214 Bath Beach|
|11228 Dyker Heights|
|11209 Fort Hamilton|
Brooklyn Martial arts
In 1963 Professor Bill Mcloud's martial arts training started when he began boxing at the "Police Athletic League" (PAL). He boxed in various PAL's learning the fundamentals of the art of boxing, but one of the places he enjoyed going to box was at St. John's recreation center in Brooklyn.
Sifu Henry Moy has dedicated over 50 years to mastering and teaching various styles of Chinese Kung Fu, including Ving Tsun (commonly referred to as "Wing Chun"), Tai Chi, Shaolin Fist and others.
"If you're looking for exceptional martial arts training in traditional Shotokan Karate, contact us today at Flatbush Shotokan Karate Dojo. For more than 44 years, we've practiced our discipline and offered its gifts to students of all ages. Acquire poise, strength, discipline, and focus through the practice of this ancient and honorable art form."
The Japan Karate Association of Brooklyn, founded in 1972, offers training in traditional Shotokan Karate-Do. The school is affiliated with the Japan Karate Association (JKA), a world-wide organization dedicated to encourage and assist students in their growth and understanding of Shotokan, and to promote the development of the art generally. It is also a member of Shotokan Karate-do International (SKDI). SKDI operates out of New York City and serves as the headquarters for many JKA clubs worldwide. Classes are taught by Sensei Shu Takahashi, 7th dan. Sensei Takahashi is a JKA-licensed tournament judge, examiner and instructor. Additionally, he currently teaches karate at the State University of New York (SUNY) at Stony Brook, and has taught at the Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC) from 1983 to 1997. Sensei Takahashi has studied under Sensei Mori, 8th dan, since 1963.
Louis Neglia Martial Arts Academy, teaching the finest in Karate. Kickboxing and Ju Jitsu in the same location for over 25 years.
There is over 4000 square feet and three floors of space with all the equipment you will ever need in order to meet your goal of becoming the best that you can be. Facilities include five hanging heavybags, without which you can't perfect your punches and kicks. The bags also build and tone muscles as well as condition your heart and lungs-a must for any serious martial artist. Wight training, a boxing ring, mats for Jiu Jitsu train-ing, gloves, headgear, and all safety equipment necessary to develop the important three ranges of distance fighting (hand range, kicking range, and self-defense grappling range) which is essential to develop one's complete martial arts skills.
Joe and Trisha are the owners and operators of CKO Brooklyn. Joe began taking classes at CKO in Hoboken nearly 3 years ago, and it immediately changed his body and his outlook on training. "I felt as if I had finally accomplished something in the gym" Trisha was also impressed at the immediate results that she felt after just a few classes.
When the opportunity came up to purchase the very first franchise in CKO history, we jumped on it, knowing that we can finally give back what has been given to us-a great,fun ,yet very effective way to workout at high intensity.
The World Martial Arts Center in New York City - Union Square and Brooklyn. We specialize in kickboxing, modern self defense, korean karate, Mixed Martial Arts (mma), and martial arts for children.
Specializing on teaching teens and adults. Offering the following classes: Russian Sambo, Military Training/ Take Down Techniques Hand to Hand Combat and Disarming Weapon Training. These skills include different aspects of Punching, Kicking, Throwing, Joint Locking, Ground Grappling and Pressure Point Techniques.
Karate Brooklyn classes are structured based on students age and experience. Separate beginner, intermediate and advance classes.
Karate has become a popular form of self-defense and the workout of preference for many health-minded individuals. The recent proliferation of schools across the country has been staggering, the sheer numbers make it difficult for a prospective student to choose the school that suits his or her needs. Gene Dunn's Shotokan Karate Dojo is unique in many ways, and this section is designed to set those unique qualities forth in order to aid you in deciding if this school is right for you.
Students of all ages learn at a pace suited to their own individual needs. Respect and discipline are a large part of our training, as well as rigorous but safe physical exercise.
Kenshikai Karate is a traditional Japanese martial art which promotes physical fitness, self defense, self improvement and achieving the unity of mind body and spirit through hard work, self discipline and a syllabus that is both challenging and inspiring.
The Society for Martial Arts Instruction is a non-profit organization located at 4 West 18th Street, NYC, NY 10011. Shihan Alfred trained for years with many of the World Kanreikai karate instructors and students and has maintained a warm and mutually respectful relationship with them. We have been invited to their in-house tournament which features small divisions, reasonable registration fees and many awards for the junior participants. Adults will be welcome this year to do kata and fight semi-knockdown.
Zaragoza Boxing is a place where everybody takes their job seriously mainly amateurs and professionals that compete in tournaments as a golden glove and prize fights. This is a classic gym where everybody feels comfortable. We have a big ring, heavybags, speedbags, no machines. We offer a full service of sport massages.
A partnership between the client and the trainer, based on trust and mutual interests.
Vladimir Borodin was born in Russia city of Odessa. He started his martial arts carrier at age 7, at age 15 became Junior National Champion in boxing. At age 18 became Soviet Army Champion in karate. In 1980 became 11th USSR National Champion in karate. From 1984 to 1991 trained in kickboxing and Muaythai. Vladimir Borodin trained in Amsterdam, Netherlands, London, England and Bangkok, Changmai, Uttradit, Thailand under supervision of Great Muaythai Masters like Master Pimu, Tom Harinck, Tony Moore. Vladimir is one of the New York's latest instructors for Muaythai fighters. After opening his Gym in Brooklyn, New York he raised many National, International and World Champions in kickboxing and Muaythai divisions.
Isshin-ryu Karate for self-defense, fitness, health, well-being, and sport. Beginners and students with prior experience in the martial arts are welcome.
The Renzo Gracie Fight Academy of Brooklyn has a simple mission: To offer every member bigger training opportunities. Better workout routines. And bolder options for future growth to improve body, strength and confidence, in a lovely, family and friendly environment with any of the well known disciplines such as MMA, BJJ, Muay Thai, Grappling, Wrestling, Judo, etc. If you ever wanted to experience the enjoyment of training like a pro with the best, to actually get in the ring, build your self esteem or to stay in shape, RGFA’s state of the art facility, with all its equipment, is the right place and the best choice for all levels & ages. RGFA has some great programs for women - in addition to all MMA training, which is very important to women too - such as Traditional Strength & Conditioning, and classes for some other enjoyable styles to enhance the training experience. There are special Kids programs too, which will positively help your child succeed in both learning and life. You are very welcome to come in and take the Free Trial Class and start to ENJOY!
The Renzo Gracie Fight Academy of Brooklyn has personalized training programs to accommodate the needs of every single member.
Offering a refreshingly modern approach to martial arts instruction. Urban Martial Arts classes are fast-paced, active, and full of practical moves that you can use to defend yourself in real life situations.
When you join our core program, you will be trained in the fundamentals of karate. But the more advanced you become, the more you will incorporate elements of other martial arts forms into your training, such as grappling, boxing, and kickboxing. By the time you receive your black belt, you will have achieved your full potential and have been transformed into a powerful, complete martial artist.
With members in over 100 countries, the Japan Karate Association (JKA), is the world's largest and most prestigious karate organization, and the only legal karate entity officially recognized by the Japanese government as an association of members for the promotion of karate. More importantly though, we are The Keeper of Karate's Highest Tradition, the preserver of the soul and spirit of the art of karate in line with the tradition of Bushido (the way of the samurai). Our mission is to promote the way of karate throughout the world, while ensuring that it remains true to the philosophical precepts upon which it was founded. This has been the mission of Japan Karate Association since its establishment in 1949.
Master Vincent A. Affatigato is a 7th degree black belt with 30 years of martial arts experience. He is a Certified International Instructor with the International Taekwon-do Federation, has been teaching as a head instructor for 20 years, and has been an officer of the United States Taekwon-do Federation since 1996.
Offering specialized adults, teens, childrens and little_dragons classes that range from traditional form, kicking and sparring classes to cardio workouts and body toning for beginners, intermediate and advanced students.
The academy was established over 17 years ago in Brooklyn. Widely known for excellent programs and disciplined environment. Some of the training programs include: Demo Training, Olympic Training, Weapon Training, Acrobatics, Kardio Kickboxing.
Locally owned and operated. The owner and his family live in Brooklyn Heights. The owner is a practicing martial artist and a teacher at Brooklyn Dojo, not just a businessperson or an entrepreneur. All Brooklyn Dojo programs or instructors are based in Brooklyn with a majority in the greater Brooklyn Heights vicinity.
Tessa Gordon,Chief Instructor Originally from Toronto, Canada, Tessa Gordon holds a 5th degree black belt in the Korean art of Tae Kwon Do. Gordon was a member of the 1988 Canadian Olympic Team, nine-time Canadian National Champion, World Championship Medalist and Pan American Champion. Today, Gordon has been practicing Tae Kwon Do for over 35 years. As a young child, Gordon began training in basic kicking and punching techniques at home. As her progress and enjoyment of the art became evident, her parents enrolled her in the Jong Park Institute of Tae Kwon Do. She found the discipline required for traditional training incredibly demanding both emotionally and physically. Yet with the encouragement of her parents, she continued to train.
The youth programs are designed to instill confidence and aid children in developing to their fullest potential. Helping to build a solid foundation in life for as many children as possible, by assisting them in achieving a healthy mind and body through martial arts instruction. This wellbeing will instill in them the self-confidence, focus and determination necessary to become strong and successful in every aspect of life.
Sensei Sheldon Elliot Ruskin is training and teaching traditional Shotokan karate for over 30 years. Certified by and a member of the Japan Karate Association in Tokyo and International Shotokan Karate Association. Sensei Sheldon Elliot Ruskin, US National Karate Champion has trained children for National and Regional championships. Sensei Ruskin has also trained in Japan - Karate Association in Tokyo over 6 years.
For centuries millions of people have benefited from the teachings of the martial arts — techniques of self-defense created in the Orient. The martial arts do not advocate the use of weapons. Instead, they strengthen the mind and body through self-discipline, fitness and awareness. The Mormando Martial Arts System teaches the fundamentals of the martial arts by combining the time-tested Eastern philosophy with the modern approach of Western teaching methods.
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