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TAIDO

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FREE TRIAL CLASSes

Tue - Thur - SAT

Sign up now for a free trial class, held every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday in the park.

FREE

Tuesday & Thursday:

7:00 PM - 7:45 PM

Saturday:

12:00 PM - 12:45 PM

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one month TRIAL

TUE - THUR - SAT

PRICE INCLUDES:

  • Unlimited Classes

  • Free karate uniform

$55

Tuesday & Thursday:

7:00 PM - 7:45 PM

Saturday:

12:00 PM - 12:45 PM

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TUE - THUR - SAT

MONTH-TO-MONTH PLAN

  •  $10 discount until further notice

  • $30 -$45 belt test fees

  • $20 annual enrollment fee

$115

$125

Tuesday & Thursday:

7:00 PM - 7:45 PM

Saturday:

12:00 PM - 12:45 PM

About Taido

Taido is a unique Japanese martial art that features advanced footwork and 3-dimensional movement of the body axis. The word Taido means “the Way of Mind and Body”. This is apparent by the style’s extensive use of dynamic body movement such as aerial and ground techniques, evasion maneuvers and gymnastics.  In practice, Taido is a specialized training system that frees the body to move in all directions. Unlike most karate styles, Taido does not clash with the opponent’s attack; rather moving where the opponent is not through evasion and simultaneously countering with a kick or strike. Advanced body mechanics are important for dodging; while fast, effective footwork is essential to circle the opponent, maintain proper distance and change angles of attack.  At first glance, Taido may resemble Brazilian Capoeira, however, Taido’s traditional Japanese character and competitive sparring will clearly distinguish these two styles.  “Tricking” and “Parkour” enthusiasts that are interested in traditional martial arts will find that Taido is the perfect blend of these worlds.

Learn More About Taido

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TOTAL BODY FITNESS

There are many aspects to martial art training that make it a better source of fitness than other exercise routines. Notwithstanding the benefits to mental and emotional health, martial arts enhance one’s physical health and performance through advanced training regimes that are naturally built into the stylistic movements. Current research and modern fitness experts say that the best way to lose weight and stay fit is through three key strategies: proper strength training, high-intensity interval training and circuit training. All of these tactics have been used in traditional martial art training for over 700 years! In addition, a portion of class-time is allocated to specialized muscle development, cardiovascular training and flexibility training to complement your martial art practice.

 

Taido techniques and routines naturally incorporate interval training, cardiovascular training and circuit training. In addition, the stylistic movements allow for multiple muscle groups to develop in unison and coordination.  “Bunkai Routines” use specially designed drills to strengthen the appropriate muscle groups to execute techniques and develop movement coordination for advanced routines.