Shotokan Karate is a traditional Japanese Martial Art that was introduced to Japan from Okinawa by Gichin Funakoshi Sensei. Shotokan Karate is one of the most widely practiced forms of martial arts in the world today.
Shotokan training is focused on Kihon (basic techniques), Kata (forms) and Kumite (sparring). Men and women of all ages can start Karate and all they need is an interest in self defense, a commitment to train regularly, and a willingness to improve their physical and mental health.
Kambiz Khalili, 8th Dan (currently at University of Michigan)
CJ Herman, 5th Dan
Chad Callaghan, 3rd Dan
|Location:||CU Rec Center - Studio 3|
|Days/Time:||Tuesdays & Thursdays from 7:00 to 8:30pm|
|Uniform:||Comfortable pants or shorts are OK to start
Or check out a uniform (called a Gi) at the equipment desk
|Tournaments:||Participation in competitions is optional|
|Requirements:||No prior experience required!|
$75.00/semester - Rec Center Members
$95.00/semester - Non Members
|Signup:||At the front desk, ask for the Shotokan class or Online|