Middle Tennessee Isshinryu Open Karate Games

Date:  June 25, 2022

Location: Watertown Middle School

515 West Main St.

Watertown, TN 37184

Click here for Entry Form and Division Sheet

 

Isshinryu Hall of Fame

2022 tournament registration is now available!

This will be a great opportunity to compete and interact with fantastic karateka.

It will be in Gatlinburg, TN on July 15 & 16, 2022

Click here for the registration site.

IHOF2022

Since 1993

Classes

We have kids' classes at 5:30-6:30 and adults' class from 6:45-8:00 on Tues and Thursday nights, We typically have a 15 minute martial arts workout with stretching and calisthenics, then break off into any number of various drills and activities.  These can range from forms (katas) to techniques, self defense, cardio-circuits, grappling (ju-jitsu), kobudo (weapons) and of course very often kumite (fighting).

We take pride in offering a well-rounded approach to the Martial Arts and self defense.  We teach respect, honesty, and perserverence through fun yet practical training.  Our fundamental style here is Okinawan Isshinryu karate, but we also specialize in Ju-Jitsu and Kobudo (weaponry).

If you are a parent looking to build your child's self-esteem, confidence, physical fitness, and integrity, we can certainly help.

If you are an adult looking to get into the best physical shape of your life, learn to protect yourself as well as build self-confidence, then look no further.

Meet Our Instructors

Chief Instructor
Shichi-Dan
(6th Degree)

Tony Williams

Chief Instructor
Hachi-Dan
(8th Degree)

Hachi-Dan
(8th Degree)

Sandra Strong

Assistant Chief Instructor
Hachi-Dan
(8th Degree)

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Jeff Lusk

Assistant Instructor
Roku-Dan
(6th Degree)

Other Assistant Instructors

Logan Cowan
Sho-Dan
(1st Degree)

Evan Lee
Ni-Dan
(2nd Degree)

Maverick Harris
Sho-Dan
(1st Degree)

Cindy Davis
Sho-Dan
(1st Degree)

Parker Lusk
San-Dan
(3rd Degree)

Interested?

Contact Tony or stop by class for a free trial.  No pressure, just try it out, you have nothing to lose but time.