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Hempstead (Town) Martial arts

    Tiger Schulmann’s Mixed Martial Arts, Rockville Centre (Village)

  274 Sunrise Highway - Rockville Center, NY             
"At Tiger Schulmann’s MMA, our youth programs are designed to instill confidence and aid children in developing to their fullest potential. We seek to help 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."
    Warren Levi Karate, Lawrence (Village)
  398 Central Avenue - Long Island - Lawrence, NY           
Warren Levi Karate & Fitness offers mixed martial arts, but specializes in the traditional style of Shotokan Karate. The specialization in a traditional style of karate enables one to develop co-ordination, discipline, balance and timing. An added benefit of taking part in karate as a sport is the accompanying weight loss and improved body definition. Adults and children, irrespective of age, do not need to be fit or athletic or even coordinated to start karate.
    Aikido of Nassau County, Lynbrook (Village)
  283 Hendrickson Ave (back building) - Long Island - Lynbrook NY 11563,            
Gabriel Sensei lived and trained in Japan from 1973-1978. While in Japan, he trained at the Aikikai Hombu Dojo under the direction of Kishomaru Ueshiba. Gabriel Sensei also studied privately with Masuda Shihan at this time. He has been a self-defense instructor to supreme court justices in Beirut, Lebanon. Gabriel Sensei is the founder of Aikikai in Lebanon with headquarters in Beirut as well as the official Aikikai representative for that region.
    New Generation Karate, Franklin Square (Hamlet)
  1015 Hempstead Turnpike - Long Island - Franklin Square, NY           
Why New Generation Karate? Imagine there were a physical activity, that you liked doing, that you could still do and get better at as you got older, that would give you energy, confidence, and focus, that you could do a couple times a week, that would get you off the couch, out of the house. Would you do it?
    Long Island Shotokan, Floral Park (Village)
  130 Jericho Tnpk Suite C - Long Island - Floral Park, Ne           
The man most responsible for the systemization of Karate as we know it today was Gichin Funakoshi. He was born in Shuri, Okinawa in 1886. When he was only a boy of 11, he began to study (then known as "Okinawa-te") under the top two masters of the art at the time. Azato and Itosu. In time, he became a Karate expert in his own right. He is credited with being the first man to introduce Karate to Japan proper, when he gave expositions sponsored by the Ministry of Education. The art soon caught on in Japan, and Funakoshi traveled throughout the country giving lectures and demonstrations. The main universities invited him to help them set up Karate teams, and hundreds of persons studies the art under his guidance. In 1957, Master Funakoshi, the father of modern Karate, passed away at the advanced age of 89, leaving thousands of students to carry his spirit. In Karate, Funakoshi was also a poet under his pen name "Shoto:, meaning "Pine trees in the sand" The style of karate which is taught then became known as "Shotokan Karate".
    Rio Academy, East Rockaway (Village)
  95 Main Street - Long Island - East Rockaway, NY           
For Best Results: -Students must arrive 10 minutes before class -Never disturb or interrupt class -Consult the instructor when your attendance, techniques, and attitude are deemed commensurate with the next level.
    Phoenix Martial Arts, Floral Park (Village)
  344 Jericho Turnpike - Long Island - Floral Park, NY           
If you are searching for a new and exciting way to stay fit and learn valuable life enhancing skills, look no further, at Phoenix Martial Arts you will be able to reach your ultimate potential by connecting your mind to your body through the most complete of all Martial Arts disciplines, Jeet Kune Do and other related Arts.
You will be taught the most practical, efficient, highly sophisticated skills which expand your outlook on life. You will also learn philosophy, biomechanics, psychology, culture, history, tradition and human behavior.
    Dutch Broadway Dojo, Elmont (Hamlet)
  1626 Dutch Broadway - Long Island - Elmont, NY           
Okinawa Karate Kobudo Kai is an organization dedicated to traditional training in Okinawan kenpo karate and kobudo based in Long Island, New York. The chief instructor is Sensei Serge Clark.
    Ryu's Martial Arts, Lynbrook (Village)
  75 Atlantic Avenue - Long Island - Lynbrook, Ne           
Classes for children and adults, 6 days a week.
    Traditional Karate America, Bethpage (Hamlet)
  4072 Hempstead  - Bethpage, NY           
"Academies in Queens and Bethpage, NY which serves the following cities: Ozone Park, Katonah, Massepequa, Levittown and Howard Beach. As professionals in the martial arts, we have dedicated our lives to the betterment of our sport - and operate a martial arts school with the goal of educating children and adults to become physically and emotionally strong."
    FSA Martial Arts, Baldwin (Hamet)
  1294 Grand Avenue - Long Island - Baldwin, NY           
"Marvin S. German Jr. is the Master instructor and is a certified black belt in Kung Fu, Jujitsu, Judo and is a certiflied executive protector and law enforcemnt trainer with over forty years of training experience. In addition, we offer many classes for adults and children, which includes Tai Chi and yoga to accommodate your busy schedule. Regardless of your age or level of experience, we have a program that is tailored just for you."
    Emerson Souza Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Academy, Baldwin (Hamet)
  851 Merrick Road - Long Island - Baldwin, NY           
Some historians of Jiu-Jitsu say that the origins of "the gentle art" can be traced back to India, where it was practiced by Buddhist Monks. Concerned with self-defense, these monks created techniques based upon principles of balance and leverage, and a system of manipulating the body in a manner where one could avoid relying upon strength or weapons. With the expansion of Buddhism, Jiu-Jitsu spread from Southeast Asia to China, finally arriving in Japan where it developed and gained further popularity.