The following list represents the main body of study for the dojo classes. If you have any questions about training at the dojo, please contact us.

tai chi chuan
Tai chi chuan push hands exercise

Old Yang Style Traditional Tai Chi Chuan and Supplementary Exercises

  • Complete 108 Movement Form (solo and 2 person)
  • Chin Na Applications (locks, holds, similar the traditional jujutsu)
  • 7+ Push Hands Exercises with Many Variations
  • Qi Gong for health and vitality
karate side snap kick
Karate side snap kick

Shuri-Te Kata

  • Pinan /Heian 1-5
  • Naihanchi/Tekki 1-3
  • Jion, Jette, Jiin
  • Hangetsu
  •  Patsai/Bassai Sho, Patsai/Bassai Dai, Matsumora Patsai/Bassai, Oyadomari Patsai/Bassai
  • Empi
  • Wan Shu, Wan Do, Wan Quan, Wan Can
  • Itoso Lohai Shodan, Itoso Lohai Nidan (Meikyo), Itoso Lohai Sandan
  • Kushanku Sho, Kushanku Dai, Yara Kushanku
  • Anaku Shochin
  • Yabu Chinto
  • Unsu, Arakaki Unsu
  • Ni Pi Po

Naha-Te Kata

  • Sanchin
  • Tensho
  • Saifa
  • Sisochin
  • Seiyunchin
  • Sanseru
  • Seisan
  • Sepai
  • Kurarunfa
  • Suparenpi

Kobudo (Traditional Weapons)

Karate bo staff training
Bo Staff (6 foot staff)
  • Matsu Higa No Kon
  • Hama Higa No Kon
  • Chatan Yara No Kon Sho
  • Chatan Yara No Kon Dai
  • Shiro Taro No Kon
  • Tawada No Kon
Jo Staff (4 foot staff)
  • Arakaki No Jo
  • Nabori Ryu No Jo Sho, Nabori Ryu No Jo Dai
Sai
  • Matsu Higa No Sai
  • Oyadomari No Sai
  • Yaka-Ha No Sai
  • Kenewaza No Sai
Tonfa 
  • Matsu Higa No Tonfa
  • Oyadomari No Tonfa
  • Hama Higa No Tonfa
  • Kingawa No Tonfa
Tanbo (Wooden club)
  • Seikoin No Tanbo
  • Nabori Ryu No Tanbo Sho, Nabori Ryu No Tanbo Dai
Tanto (Knife or small sword)
  • Seikoin No Tanto
Kama 
  • Kingawa No Kama
You’ll find more information about our flexible programs on the karate & kobudo and tai chi chuan program pages.