Creekside Karate

★★★★★

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If you are looking for a great place to enroll your child or yourself into karate classes, you truly can't do better than Creekside Karate. The sensei, Rochelle Black-Kominski, has over 25 years of experience teaching karate. The dojo is located above her garage in her home right in Sultan.

My teenage son and I both take classes and we've been extremely happy there.

The class consists of students from nine years to adults, with most of the students being teenagers. You could not find a better group of people to learn karate with. The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly, including numerous friendships that transcend the dojo.

The hour-long classes are offered three days a week, Monday at 7:30pm, Tuesday at 7:00pm and Thursday at 7:30pm. There is an optional weapons training class available on Tuesdays right before class at 6:30 at no extra charge. Wednesdays offers a blue belt and higher class (beginner white belts can also attend) at 7:00pm that is taught by one of the adult black belt students, also for no additional charge. Several times a year, a visiting sensei teaches jujitsu classses on a weekend day, again for no extra charge.

You'll learn self-defenses, katas, kibbons, knife and weapon defenses, kicking, how to fall to avoid injuries and how to move with grace. Before every class students must do stretching exercises, which make for a great workout. Mondays are 'fight nights', wherein students square off against each other in combat to practice what they've learned.

Since the dojo is small, classes are closed to new members when the student count reaches a certain number, but it opens up again occasionally when space is available.

These classes are worth much more than sensei charges, which is only $55 a month for each student! That's three (or four) classes a week plus weapons training and occasional weekend jujitsu classes!

She is a also certified Zumba teacher who also teaches classes at the Monroe YWCA. If you don't want to go the Y, she teaches Zumba classes in the dojo at her home two nights a week, which are an incredibly fun way to exercise. Zumba is simple dance steps performed to dance music. You'll be amazed at how much you'll be sweating after your workout when all you've done is dance!

This dojo and sensei are highly recommended all the way!

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★★★★★

If you are looking for a great place to enroll your child or yourself into karate classes, you truly can't do better than Creekside Karate. The sensei, Rochelle Black-Kominski, has over 25 years of experience teaching karate. The dojo is located above her garage in her home right in Sultan.

My teenage son and I both take classes and we've been extremely happy there.

The class consists of students from nine years to adults, with most of the students being teenagers. You could not find a better group of people to learn karate with. The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly, including numerous friendships that transcend the dojo.

The hour-long classes are offered three days a week, Monday at 7:30pm, Tuesday at 7:00pm and Thursday at 7:30pm. There is an optional weapons training class available on Tuesdays right before class at 6:30 at no extra charge. Wednesdays offers a blue belt and higher class (beginner white belts can also attend) at 7:00pm that is taught by one of the adult black belt students, also for no additional charge. Several times a year, a visiting sensei teaches jujitsu classses on a weekend day, again for no extra charge.

You'll learn self-defenses, katas, kibbons, knife and weapon defenses, kicking, how to fall to avoid injuries and how to move with grace. Before every class students must do stretching exercises, which make for a great workout. Mondays are 'fight nights', wherein students square off against each other in combat to practice what they've learned.

Since the dojo is small, classes are closed to new members when the student count reaches a certain number, but it opens up again occasionally when space is available.

These classes are worth much more than sensei charges, which is only $55 a month for each student! That's three (or four) classes a week plus weapons training and occasional weekend jujitsu classes!

She is a also certified Zumba teacher who also teaches classes at the Monroe YWCA. If you don't want to go the Y, she teaches Zumba classes in the dojo at her home two nights a week, which are an incredibly fun way to exercise. Zumba is simple dance steps performed to dance music. You'll be amazed at how much you'll be sweating after your workout when all you've done is dance!

This dojo and sensei are highly recommended all the way!

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