Karate Program - YMCA of Boulder
Shotokan Karate-do, a classical form of Japanese karate, is taught through the YMCA of Boulder (Colorado) by Boulder Shotokan Karate. Shotokan karate emphasizes a balanced, practical, self-defense oriented approach to the practice of basics, kata (forms), and sparring during training.
Benefits: Karate students benefit physically and mentally. Training enhances the individual's personal safety, physical condition and coordination, confidence, discipline, and concentration.
The chief regional instructor is Mr. Yutaka Yaguchi, 9th degree black belt, with nearly 50 years of experience in karate. Mr. Bruce Green, 7th degree black belt and former international and national competitor, is chief instructor in Boulder.
6:30 to 8:00pm - Monday & Wednesday
6:30 to 7:30pm - Friday
YMCA of Boulder
2850 Mapleton Avenue
Boulder, CO 80301
YMCA Karate Monthly Class Fees:
|Kids 8 to 17
family member 18+
What to Expect: Training in a new skill, particularly a martial
art, can be a great growth experience. There's more to learn than you
anticipate; mental as well as physical. The dojo (training place)
a uniquely safe environment for you to learn in - to grasp new ideas,
movements, and even new feelings. Training in karate — for young or old
— is a remarkable, thrilling, and multi-faceted experience. Come
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