Please list the drills you know in the comment below…....
Why Become a Student at Camp Carter International Karate Association?
A better working body; a sharper, more focused mind; a stronger sense of self confidence; more self discipline; the ability to physically defend yourself -- who wouldn't want these things for themselves?
Practicing martial arts at Camp Carter International Karate Association (CCIKA) in San Jose, CA is about physical fitness, character development (self-esteem, self confidence, focus and concentration, self discipline) and self defense, not just kicking and punching.
People often think that martial arts is about fighting, but that's not what we emphasize at CCIKA Martial Arts Academy. Instead, we focus on the personal development aspects of martial arts because that's why most people participate.
Almost half of the 6 million participants in martial arts are children ages 6-17, according to statistics from the Sporting Goods Manufacturers Association. And it's not unusual for the whole family to get involved -- about one-third of the students are adults.
No matter what discipline of martial arts you choose, whether it is karate, kung fu, taekwondo, jujitsu, judo, aikido, tai chi, kendo or another one of the many forms of martial arts, the styles may differ, but the benefits remain the same.
The flexibility with scheduling, the professional staff and the dedication of Master Sensei Carter to his students makes this one of the best studios to learn karate.
- Charlotte J
It has been a little over a year since I started taking Karate at CCIKA and I have to say that this has been an amazing positive experience.
I was looking for a community focused facility where I would not feel intimidated and still be able to push myself. Sensei Carter and his staff has created this type of environment where students are encouraged to grow at a comfortable pace.
- Abe C
My son and I have been taking karate for more than a year. We love it here. The instructors are friendly and Sensai Carter is very engaging and encourages the students to perform their best.
- Sujatha V
We just had a birthday party at the dojo. The price was 1/4 of what it would cost to do one of those bouncy places and we got to bring in our own food! The sensei and two sempais led an hour introductory lesson, led relay races, let my son cut the cake with a samurai sword, and then presented all the kids with certificates and karate headbands. Everyone had a great time and got a true taste of what the dojo is like, plus I didn't have to do anything but show up with the food since the kids were busy for two hours straight!
- Lena D