5 Meetup Groups match “Traditional Karate” near New York, NY
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American Karate-Do-Shotokai (AKDS) is an organization committed to practicing and teaching Karate-do as taught by Master Mitsusuke Harada. The style is open to anyone with a genuine interest in learning karate, regardless of age, sex, physical abilities or previous martial arts experience. Karate just trains you to defend yourself using your own body movement. It is fun to learn, and regular training improves your fitness and flexibility as well as your concentration and dexterity. AKDS is an of …
This Meetup Group is meant to serve as an introduction to Kanreikai Karate. Kanreikai Karate is a full contact style, but classes are structured so that students of all levels and abilities are able to train safely. Whatever one’s initial level of fitness or previous experience, the training will enable one to gain strength, speed, flexibility and stamina. Under the guidance of experienced instructors, students are taught karate basics and forms as well as the elements of fighting : combinations …
Come study Isshinryu karate, a traditional, Okinawan style of martial arts. Beginners are welcome (only open to adults). Learn martial arts in a safe environment. Classes cost $15. To find the next one, examine our calendar.
A social group for gay martial artists and those interested in martial arts. I started this group because there seems to be a gay club for just about every sport out there...except martial arts. As a practicing martial artist (Taekwondo) who regularly attends a dojang in midtown, it would be great to meet other LGBT martial artists. I'm not sure yet exactly what we'd do, but I'd like to gauge the interest, and we can go from there.
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We are here to preserve and practice the martial philosophy which encompasses, but in no way binds, the essence of Jeet Kune Do as professed by the late great founder Bruce Lee. It is our contention that Bruce Lee was a superior martial artist not because of how he chipped away at his own martial art tradition but rather because he actually had deep roots in a tradition to subsequently able him to chip away from. So, rather than focusing on Bruce's later result, the philosophical concept of JKD, …
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