We are a Premier Martial Arts School that for the last 25 years has helped thousands of local parents and children to be healthier, happier, and safer through the study of this self defense system. We take pride in our ability to promote Confidence, Self Control, courtesy, and Perseverance in every aspect of life.
Channeling ancient warrior spirits through a blend of physical fitness, character finesse, and Eastern philosophy, owner and 4th dan black belt Sasha Komocar guides students on mentally centered wellness programs in his 3,000-square-foot facility. Superior Tae Kwon Do is the first and only training center in the greater Providence area to host Cage Fitness—a system developed by nine-time UFC Welterweight Champion Matt Hughes that strengthens bodies with a no-contact discipline entrenched in the techniques of mixed martial arts. Each 30-minute class pulses on the energy of five five-minute rounds that build endurance, strength, power, core, and fruit-eating etiquette. Those looking for a more defensive brand of fitness can sharpen their skills at Systema training, a Russian martial art technique that develops practical self-defense skills with a fast learning curve. Elements of breathing, relaxation, posture, flexibility, and constant movement form the necessary foundation for engaging in hand-to-hand combat or deflecting dark-alley muggings from gangs of living statues. If you'd rather stick to Superior's namesake art of Korean kicking, a family membership grants the whole clan access to Superior Tae Kwon Do Academy's entire list of classes.
We are a nonprofit Family Community Center dedicated to peace, health, and safety through the practice of the arts. We offer cultural arts, martial arts, after-school programming, and Saturday programs to the community. We offer many scholarships to underserved children and families.
Practitioners of kenpo, jujitsu, muay thai, and other forms, the instructors at Sullivan's USA Karate are standard-bearers for many martial-arts traditions. But it isn't just self-defense and physical training?the New England schools teach students to practice patience, to use their minds before their muscles, and to develop the sense of discipline needed to avenge their teachers' fender-benders.
Atop sleek hardwood floors, students work through karate and aiki-jutsu moves at New England Martial Arts Dojo. Instructors teach traditional self-defense techniques during classes geared specifically toward beginners, advanced students, or families. To get students into fighting shape, the school also boasts a workout room with Olympic weightlifting bars, weight machines, and dumbbells.
At USA Karate, which formed in 1990, a team of black-belt instructors leads more than 25 martial-arts classes every week, teaching students proper karate techniques as well as self-discipline. The schedule includes both adult karate classes and kids' classes for students as young as 4.