The karate dojo that Gus Klaustermeier, Luke Rausch, and Nova Luebke have been a part of is moving to St. John's, Warrenton!! It is a wonderful class with a very talented and knowledgeable instructor! She would like to start a beginner class on Thursdays too!
You don't have to have any experience, but you must be 7 years old or older!!
Below is all the info you will need. If you have questions call me or call Jeannie at the number below!
FAMILY KARATE CENTER WEST This program is operated out St. John’s Lutheran Church 950 South State Hwy 47, Warrenton, MO 63383...
SHOTOKAN KARATE For the whole family, ages 7 and up
Build character, confidence, and self-control Stay in shape while learning self-defense in a safe and fun environment
No Yearly Contract!
The Family Karate Center West Program teaches traditional, non-contact Shotokan Karate. The class emphasizes concentration, coordination, balance and self-defense skills.
Classes are taught by ASKA licensed instructor, Jeannie Byrnes. She holds a Sandan (3rd degree black belt) ranking and has been teaching since 1996 in the St. Louis area. Ms. Byrnes was the karate instructor at the Tri-County YMCA for over 15 years and currently teaches in St. Charles at the Family Karate Center.
All classes are held on Thursday evenings in the Pre-school room at the Church. Beginner: 5:30 – 6:15 pm Intermediate: 6:15 – 7:15 pm Advanced: 7:15 - 7:45 p.m.
The program consists of 4 sessions a year (3 months each) Each session costs $120 per person; $60 a session for each additional family member. There is a $20 Registration fee for new students. New students are not required to wear uniforms for the Beginner class.
FALL 2014: Session Dates: October 2nd through December 18th Please call before October 2nd; class sizes are limited
Call Jeannie Byrnes at 636-926-0975 or text 314-313-2351. Payments are accepted before or at the 1st night of class. At this time, I can only accept cash or checks.
If you need more information, please call me. I will be happy to talk with you!
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