Sixth-degree black belt with 20 years of experience verses students in self-defense techniques, and the spirit of Japanese martial arts
What You'll Get
It’s fun to feel a little scared every once in a while, which is why people watch horror movies or hire an accountant who works out of an old sedan. Feel a rush with this voucher.
Choose Between Two Options
- $64.50 for one month of unlimited shotokan-karate classes (a $120 value)
- $108 for two months of unlimited shotokan-karate classes (a $240 value)
The uniform is not included with this voucher. See the schedule of classes.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Uniform not included. Must be 5 or older. Must sign waiver. Must be used by the same person. New students only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Princeton Shotokan Sankukai
Flash back to Okinawa, 1800s. Gichin Funakoshi––who is often called the father of modern karate––was getting limber and dangerous with his own "shotokan" self-defense method. Derived from shoto, meaning "wind in the pines", the form is characterized by low stances and powerful, dynamic techniques. In short, he wasn't a guy to be messed with.
Today, the form is still effective and awesome. Case in point: sixth-degree black belt and sensei Takeshi Kitagawa, who teaches traditional Japanese karate out of Princeton Shotokan Sankukai. He is a licensed instructor and holds an A-ranked referee license from USA Karate, the national governing body of the sport of karate. During daily classes, Takeshi draws on more than 20 years of teaching experience to verse students of all ages in techniques such as kicking, balance, blocking, and tying a black belt using only one finger.