Adult Karate Classes

Why adult classes?

  •  Morning and evening classes to fit a variety of schedules
  • Beginning and advanced classes
  • Focus on fitness and self-defense
  • Unique family atmosphere
  • Students ages 13 and up
  • Increase balance, flexibility, coordination, and perception
  • We welcome all students, regardless of prior training or fitness level

How do I get started?

 You can drop by any time and speak to one of our instructors or staff members.  We offer a two-week free-trial, which means if you wear comfortable clothing, you can go ahead and try a class when you first come in.  

Belt testing

 Students in the Adult Karate Program should make an instructor aware when they feel they are ready to test.  The student and instructor can then determine if the student is ready or if more work is needed before the test. 


Belt tests are performed on scheduled Saturdays with a small group of students.  While famillies are welcome to watch any class, belt tests are a great time for family or friends to watch the student perform what they have learned.

Tai Chi Classes

Philosophy of Tai Chi

  "The mind should come first, the body later.  The body should follow the mind as a shoadow follows an object.  All movements are directed by the mind, not by exerting muscular strength."   Tai Chi is a martial art form with practical applications, but is foremost practiced as a meditative exercise for the body.  In Chinese philpsophy, the concept of 'chi', a vital force that animates the body, drives the pattern of movement associated with this art.  For more information about Tai Chi, click here.

How do I get started?

  Grand Master Gay's Tai Chi class meets on Mondays from 8 to 9 pm, and on Thursdays, from 7 to 8 pm. (Advanced class is also on Thursdays from 8 to 9 pm)


You can come down during any class and speak with Grand Master Gay about getting started.  

About the instructor



Grand Master Jeffery Gay is a 6th -Dan in three styles of martial arts: Okinawan Shuri-ryu, Kempo Kobudo, and Chinese T-ai Chi Ch'uan.  He has been in the USKA (United States Karate Association since 1975.  Tai Chi is the art form he teaches the most.  He enjoys helping people who want to learn Tai Chi because he believes that if you wish to learn he can teach you.    

Kung Fu Classes

What makes our kung fu class different?

The class covers aspects of the grappling, trapping, punching and kicking ranges along with weapons  training.   


 Legend states Wing Chun was created by a woman, which makes it a highly effective style even for those of a smaller stature. 

How do I get started?

 Sifu Mitch Ammon's kung fu class meets on Thursdays, from 7 to 8:30 pm. 


Come on down and watch or try a class, and speak to Sifu Ammon about getting started.  

About the instructor

Sifu Mitch Ammons has over 30 years of Martial Arts experience. He has trained extensively in Wrestling, Tae  Kwon Do, Muay Thai Kick Boxing, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and Escrima Stick Fighting. Sifu Ammons specializes in Wing Chun Kung Fu (Chinese boxing), which utilizes lightning fast strikes coupled with simultaneous attack and defend techniques.  He is a senior student of  Sifu Duncan Leung, who was a classmate of Bruce Lee and a student of the late Wing Chun Grandmaster, Yip Man. 

Grappling Classes

What do we do in grappling?

While the ground techniques that we work may be applied to mixed martial arts or sport wrestling, the intent and focus of the class is on practical application and self defense.

How do I get started?

Sensei Webster teaches grappling on Tuesday evenings (7 to 8 pm) as well as Saturday afternoons (12:30 pm).  Come on in and watch or try out a class.  Most of our grappling students also attend out regular karate classes.

About the instructor

Sensei Matt Webster teaches the grappling class.