UKO Karate Spokane

Martial Arts Spokane Valley at UKO is a full time professional Karate School that has been helping students, and their families, to improve their lives with health, success, and wisdom through the practice of Karate for more than 25 years. We have helped students and families from Port Orchard, Spokane Valley, Gig Harbor, Silverdale, and the greater Kitsap County area. As a full time school with over 200 students, UKO is able to offer flexible schedules and additional learning opportunities. Classes are held 5 days per week with six or more classes offered per day at its fully owned 3400 sq ft facility. UKO teaches a traditional Okinawan Karate named Shitoryu. This style of Karate is one of the four most popular styles in Japan. The other three are Goju Ryu, Wado Ryu, and Shotokan. All of these styles have broadly influenced each other.

Martial Arts Spokane Valley at UKO is a full time professional Karate School that has been helping students, and their families, to improve their lives with health, success, and wisdom through the practice of Karate for more than 25 years. We have helped students and families from Port Orchard, Spokane Valley, Gig Harbor, Silverdale, and the greater Kitsap County area. As a full time school with over 200 students, UKO is able to offer flexible schedules and additional learning opportunities. Classes are held 5 days per week with six or more classes offered per day at its fully owned 3400 sq ft facility. UKO teaches a traditional Okinawan Karate named Shitoryu. This style of Karate is one of the four most popular styles in Japan. The other three are Goju Ryu, Wado Ryu, and Shotokan. All of these styles have broadly influenced each other.

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    My 14 year old son really enjoys all he is learning at UKO karate.

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    A great opportunity for training in Shito-Ryu Karate with regular classes weekly, supplemental videos to back up your training at home and internet videos and discussions to enrich your training. There was nothing like this when I was 13 years old and started Karate at the local YMCA, now that I am 47 years old it is a great opportunity for personal enrichment and development.