Dojo is a Japanese word which indicates a place of way for physical and mental development. Here, we teach traditional Japanese martial arts. Our main style is Okinawan Goju-Ryu Karate Do. Furthermore, at our dojo, in order to improve technical skills, you can explore different fighting styles, all of which serve one purpose – being better today than we were yesterday.
In the Dojo, there is an opportunity for people of any age to find the direction they want. Be it sports/professional, self-defense, amateur, or refreshing. Senseis at our dojo regularly undergo accreditation at the central Okinawan Goju-Ryu Karate Do International Federation. In order to improve their skills, they participate on the yearly basis to the international seminars and trainings, including in Japan. They have a close relationship with Higaonna Morio Sensei, well known in the martial arts world and recognized as a bearer of Okinawan intangible cultural heritage.
At our Dojo, special attention is paid to children. We develop not only their physical strength and fighting skills, but also instill in them inner discipline and respect. We also train young people in professional sports, regularly participate in international competitions and organize local ones by ourselves. The martial arts system gives us inner balance and the ability to handle emotions. This part of the practice is no less important to us than physical development. That’s why at our dojo a lot of attention is paid to meditation and self-awareness.
We believe that our professionalism and your diligence will lead us to a common goal, which is to build healthy individuals. This place will be a space where people will spend the most productive time for self-consciousness and self-development.