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An overview of our dojo


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Highlights from Kai Leung's 19th Traditional Karate-do Invitational Championship

May 19, 2013




Miyazaki Karate-Do
O.B. Kai



Ultimate Warrior Workouts

Hojo-Undo with
Shihan Kai Leung
Sensei Gene Dunn 


Student Spotlight



New Student
Mini-Course


Karate Youth


Shotojuku Yudansha
Blackbelts



Shihan Kai Leung with Dr. Oz

Highway to Health
USTA National Tennis Center

 



Shihan Kai Leung

 



Shihan Kai Leung & Sensei Edna Lima

 



New York Traditional Karate League
NYS 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
Committed to strengthening our karate community

Kai Leung's Shotojuku Dojo

Shihan Kai Leung has an intensive background in the Martial Arts and has been offering instructions since the 1970's.

The Shotokan style emphasize rigorous physical training to develop the clean powerful linear and focus techniques that is world famous.

Whether you are interested in developing a sound mind or a healthy body, our Dojo offers unlimited classes six days a week.

We have separate classes for different levels and separate classes for children and adults.

We also offer team training classes in Kata, Kumite and Kobudo for our competition team.

• Open Six Days a Week •
• Unlimited Classes at Your Level •
• Select from over 40 classes a week •
• Clean, Friendly and Fully Equipped Training Facility •

40 Years Experience in Traditional Shotokan and Goju-ryu Karate
Shotojuku Dojo

Japan Karate-Do USA Shotokai
International Shotokai Federation

Miyazaki O.B. Kai
New York Traditional Karate League

Kai Leung's Shotojuku Dojo

32-48 Steinway St. Astoria, Queens, NY 11103 USA
Tel: 718.204.0777 • Fax: 718.204.0260 • E-mail: shotojuku@msn.com

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