Shotokan karate for teens and adults - men and women ages 13 and up.
The class teaches fundamentals including stances, blocks, punches and kicks; kata or forms; and sparring, focused on the courageous mind. Instructors are Hiroko Mori, a 5th Degree Black Belt, and Brad Marsh, a 4th Degree Black Belt of Shotokan Karate of America.
Who could benefit from participating in this class? Teens and adults - men and women ages 13 and up - who wish to learn the inner strength and self-defense ability through the study of traditional Japanese karate. Through traditional karate training, the class helps teens and adults develop both physical and mental strength. It promotes self-discipline, respect and confidence. They are all needed for a better and safer community.
Students are encouraged to repeat the class as many times as they want so that they can achieve their goals.
Dates (2 sessions):
August 19 -October 14, 2019 (8 weeks / 16 classes)
October 17 - December 19, 2019 (8 weeks / 16 classes)
Schedule: Mondays & Thursdays, 7:00pm to 8:30pm
Location: Shasta College Main Campus, 11555 Old Oregon Trail, Redding
Room: 1840 - Dance Room
Facilitators: Hiroko Mori and Brad Marsh
Fee: $75 (each session, paid to Shasta College Community Education)