We are very excited to have a second location to share our amazing training programs. We will start classes on Thursday, April 7, 2016 in Cambridge, MA. It is conveniently located next to Fresh Pond Mall, inside Danzan Ryu Boston at 51 New Street in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Please contact us about starting your martial arts journey today. We offer Gracie Combatives, the official self-defense program of Gracie Jiu-Jitsu. We also offer Traditional Karate, in the style of Uechi-Ryu Karate from Okinawa Japan – the birthplace of Karate. We also offer an amazing Karate Fitness class, it’s a fun way to learn Karate and get in amazing shape at the same time.
Please look at our current schedule below for April 2016.
I am so happy with the growth of our Gracie Jiu-Jitsu programs, I had to expand the schedule! We now have Jiu-Jitsu classes on Saturday afternoons, Gracie Combatives from 1-2pm, and Master Cycle from 2-3pm. Yes, it says Master Cycle! I have already been training Master Cycle during that time on Saturdays, and now lets make it official. I look forward to seeing the new blue belts!
Today people are recognizing the effectiveness of Gracie/Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Everyone from the U.S. Army to Professional Fighters has added it to their arsenal, and now you can add it to yours.
The Institute of Okinawan Karate-Do will soon host Gracie Garage Jiu-Jitsu meet-ups.
Institute of Okinawan Karate Do
28 Chestnut St.
Quincy, MA 02169
Wednesday, February 1, 2012
7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
For more information about Jiu-Jitsu meet-ups, contact David Chan by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about Gracie Garage go to:
The Gasshuku Karate camp is known for their very hard-working approach to traditional Karate training. The lead instructor is Sensei Ron Fagan and along with his Senpai Budrow, both are senior ranked in Chito-Ryu Karate. Sensei Fagan is a technician and innovator in karate instruction and practices.
After years of hearing how great the training is at Sensei Ron Fagan’s Karate camps, I had to experience this for myself. From a special invitation from a friend, Sensei Charles Quimby invited me to travel with him and his students to the camp this year.
The three day camp was full of scheduled activities to keep all the participants busy. It was evident that the organizers came up with a thorough plan and I had to say they executed it very well. The camp consisted of scheduled training sessions with appropriate breaks.
The start of every training session consisted of warm up exercises that involved medicine balls, with the incorporation of calisthenics. Then the sessions lead into specific focuses, that worked kicks, sweeps, footwork, and kata. At the end of each session, groups were formed and pitted against each other for friendly competition. The competitions were primary non-martial arts related, like making a basketball shot or completing a small puzzle. The interesting part was the losing team had to stay back at the end of the session and perform calisthenic exercises.
“I don’t think we are better then anyone else, we just train different.”
Ron Fagan Sensei
I thoroughly enjoyed the practice of techniques in a breakdown to isolate specific aspects, techniques that may seem elementary, but never the less was appreciated no matter of age, gender or rank. The organization and synchronization of practice with over 60 practitioners at the camp was very inspiring to experience.
The camp in general gave me a re-invigoration for Karate practices and for my martial arts in general. The generous attention and knowledge I received gave me many things to revisit in my martial arts.
“Good Karate is good Karate, no matter what the style.”
Ron Fagan Sensei
Coming to the Boston Area September 2011…
…Martial Arts Instructor …Veteran Corrections Officer/Tactical Team Sgt and Trainer
…Use of Force Policy Designer …Police Defensive Tactics Trainer
…The original ”THUG WHISPERER” and an overall Very Cool Teacher
Rory is a Nationally Acclaimed Author on the subject of Awareness of and Surviving Violent Encounters
Meditations on Violence : A Comparison of Martial Arts Training & Real World Violence
|| R. Miller, Author/Trainer
Facing Violence:Preparing for the Unexpected
Most people understand violence occurs and is a fact of life.
Your MA, MMA and Self Defense Training might be the solutions…
Shouldn’t we spend some time STUDYING THE PROBLEM?
BASIC INTRO to VIOLENCE
The 7 – Essential Aspects of Self Defense
8 HOURS (Includes Lecture & Drills)
Saturday, September 10, 2011
9:00am – 5:00pm
Norwell Karate School
142 Main St. Norwell, MA
Professional Articulation Skills (CONCOM)
6 HOURS Skill Building Course
Sunday, September 11, 2011
9 AM – 3 PM (tentatively)
Institute of Okinawan Karate-do
28 Chestnut St. Quincy, MA
$80 per class,
$120 for both full days
SOME OF THE TOPICS COVERED
Violence Education (Predators, Myths, etc.)
Making Physical Defense Work
Adapting Training Methods to Reality
Adrenaline Stress Training
Using the Environment as a Tool
The Aftermath of Violence
And much more!
Not to miss exclusive opportunity to explore the dynamics of social conflict, real world assaults and ambushes.
- An invaluable COMPLIMENT to any Self Defense, Martial Art/MMA or other sport training!
- SUPERGCHARGE everything taught in National Self Defense Curriculums (“RAD”, “Fight Like A Girl” women’s program, etc…)
- Add FORCE LAW ARTICULATION to your toolbox. Don’t end up in jail for being the good guy!
- Make your already effective skill set APPROPRIATE and EFFICIENT
- Hear Principals explained that most good instructors know intuitively so you can LEARN TO TEACH YOURSELF.
More info. About Rory Miller at Chirontraining .com
For more info. on this seminar call Billy G. at (617) 592-5893
Doce Pares New York definitely offers the best Filipino Martial Arts training around. I attended the one day Doce Pares Instructor Development Course. Sonny Mayo Sensei is an absolute gentleman, and was respectful of the fact that everyone that attended the seminar is from different martial arts disciplines. The material was presented in a clear, organized and systematic manner, which allowed for easy learning. Mayo Sensei is very approachable and had an open mind during instruction which reflected among the good character of his staff at the academy. I believe anyone that is serious about martial arts needs to learn this style.