Consistency in the midst of uncertainty
When our schools launched virtual training the day after governor’s shut down orders, our goal was to provide consistency to students. We knew everyone was feeling uncertain, so we wanted to make sure families could be certain about at least one thing: karate.
And so many of our students have said that this has been a comfort to them during this time. To be able to see their instructors, to be able to focus on future goals rather than today’s worries, to be able to de-stress with a good workout: these are all things virtual training has achieved.
And as our states move toward reopening we are planning on continuing to be consistent for our students. We’re working on plans to continue virtual classes while we watch and see what the world has to hold, as well as getting back to some normalcy with our in-person training.
Whether you’ve been studying Traditional Okinawan Karate for decades, or you’re just about to join us, you can be sure: We will be here for you!
Our schools proudly bring the traditional martial arts of karate, jujitsu and aikido to our communities with classes for adults and kids. We are now offering virtual instruction five days a week. Our physical locations are:
New Paltz Karate: also serving Highland, Rosendale, Gardiner, Modena, Plattekill and Wallkill.
TOK Brooklyn: also serving New York City, Sunnyside Queens, Bushwick, Williamsburg, East Williamsburg, Flatbush, Ridgewood, Bed-Stuy (Bedford-Stuyvesant), Maspeth, and Greenpoint.
TOK Kinnelon: also serving Butler, Pompton Lakes, Riverdale, and Pequannock, West Milford, Bloomingdale and Wayne.
TOK Pleasant Valley: also serving Poughkeepsie, LaGrange, Lagrangeville, Millbrook, Hyde Park, Salt Point and Verbank.
TOK East Fishkill: also serving Hopewell Junction, East Fishkill, Wappingers, Fishkill, Beacon, and Stormville