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Age Groups:

Here at Complete Martial Arts we begin teaching students at the age of 5.

Students between the age of 5 & 7 are considered Little Dragons.
After that they will be required to know the same material as the Adults.

We believe you are never too young or to old to learn Self Defense Skills and also build up your own self-esteem.




School Teachings


The main teaching of the Complete Martial Arts school will be traditional Shotokan Karate. This form of Karate uses 50% hands and 50% feet techniques in the performance of self defense. The teachings of Shotokan Karate are based on the methods of Master Gichin Funakoshi, who tasks all of the students who come after him to improve on his art and keep it growing, alive and vibrant. Here at Complete Martial Arts we intend to do just that.


A second main teaching of Complete Martial Arts will be the teaching of Street-Wise self defense techniques. These methods are based on situations that may occur to anyone at anytime in today's world. These are both against opponents that are armed as well as unarmed. The main styles used to develop Street-Wise self defense are as follows: Shotokan Karate, Aikido, Judo, Kempo, Jiu-Jitsu, Taijutsu, Kung Fu, and Dim-Mak. Street-Wise self defense techniques also include seminars to the general public with the (SDKS) Self Defense Keychain Stick. We hold 4 seminars a year, 2 beginning courses and 2 advanced course.


A third main teaching of Complete Martial Arts will be IKKF (International Karate Kobudo Federation) Weapons. This form of weapons training includes the 5 major Okinawan Weapons (Sai, Bo, Nunchaku, Tunfa, & Kama). Students who show the aptitude and dedication for such training will have this available to them once they reach the rank of 9th Kyu (Low Orange Belt). Students between the ranks of 9th Kyu (Low Orange Belt) and 1st Kyu (High Brown Belt) may chose between the following Weapons: (Bo, Sai, Nunchaku, or Tunfa). Students that wish to train in the Kama must be Shodan (1st Degree Black Belt) or Higher.


As students progress in their studies, many find a need to branch out into other styles and methods. Here at Complete Martial Arts we have the opportunity to teach our students many other forms other than Karate. Sifu Weis was a master in a Chinese form of Soft Hand Kung Fu as well as a student of Aikido, Judo, Kempo Kobudo, Jiu-Jitsu, Taijutsu, and Dim-Mak. We teach all students these styles as soon as they begin to take classes here. These arts art not taught by style, but are taught as mixture of styles known as Street-Wise self defense.