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  • Vivian Figueredo

Our Dojo Family

Updated: May 14, 2020

When you join Meikyo, you don’t just join a club, you join a family. Members of all ages train together and support each other, not just in training, but in all of life’s triumphs and struggles. We celebrate each others’ achievements, birthdays, and anniversaries; we gather for special occasions or just to grab a bite after class. Our members believe that disciplined, consistent dojo practice within a supportive community is the best ways to develop into effective martial artists. At Meikyo, karate isn’t just about getting a black belt, it’s about developing the character of the person behind the belt while building self-defense skills. And we know no one can do it alone!

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