Martial Arts

Classes are available across multiple disciplines, appropriate for children, teens and adults. Questions? Contact Kathleen Kennair (Uptown) or PJ Jones (Metairie).

Uptown

Karate

Beginner - Open to beginners ages 6-18. Come learn the traditional Japanese martial art of self defense (strikes, blocks, kicks, takedowns), concentration (memorization, discipline, self control), and physical development( strength, flexibility, coordination) Class meets twice per week . If you are already an existing karate student, you must be a white or yellow belt student to be enrolled in this class. 

No prior karate experience required. 

Intermediate/Advanced - Learn self defense, concentration and physical development. Class meets twice per week. If you are already an existing student, you must be an orange belt and above to be enrolled in this class. 

Prior karate experience required.

Metairie

Judo
Judo is a fun sport, an art, a discipline, a recreational or social activity, a fitness program, a means of self-defense or combat, and a way of life. Taught by Sensei Jack Garrett.  
Ages: 5 to 12


Minami Ryu Ju Jitsu - Adult
Sensei Jack Garrett will be instructing the ways and style of Minami Ryu Ju Jitsu to all adults who are interested and looking to further their own martial arts knowledge.
Ages: 13 and up


Self Defense Open Palm System
Come learn self defense techniques and skills from Sa Ba Nimm 3rd degree black belt Leon Molinario. In this class you will become accustomed to the Pyung Soo Do - Open Palm System and become more confident in your own physical prowess and confidence. First time registration fee of $45 includes uniform. Sign up for classes by the month.
Ages: 18 and up


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