THE VISION & MISSION of
3RD DAY KARATE
At 3rd Day Karate, through the instruction of Japanese Shotokan Karate with influences from other styles and Pilipino Arnis, we encourage a family friendly, faith environment where students can learn to defend themselves, develop skills and an enjoyment of martial arts, as well as, grow in their confidence, focus, and fitness.
MEET OUR INSTRUCTORS
Our head instructors enjoy working with, developing the skills of our students, and helping our students achieve their
goals in karate.
Sempai Anita (left), Sempai Michael (middle), and Sensei Sean (right)
Frequently Asked Questions
Tell me more about the name 3rd Day Karate.
The name “3rd Day Karate” refers to the third day after Jesus’ death, the day of His resurrection and victory; a name to glorify God.
Do I need to wear a
Gi to class?
No. However, we do ask that you wear comfortable, easy to move in attire that is modest
(ie. T-shirt, athletic pants).
How much do classes cost? How do I pay my tuition?
The cost of classes is $55 per month which includes 2 one- hour classes per week. Tuition can be paid by cash or check at the start of each month.
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What style is taught at 3rd Day Karate?
The style taught comes from the Japanese heritage and traditions of Shotokan karate with influences from Okinawan Shorin Ryu and Philippino Arnis.