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Our School

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6763 Providence St.

Whitehouse, Ohio 43571

Located Inside

 Julie's Fitness Studio

Mobile (419) 262-9461

Class Hours


6:00pm - 7:00pm Filipino Weapons


7:00pm - 8:00pm Muay Thai


6:00pm - 7:00pm Teen/Adult Class


6:00pm - 7:00pm Teen/Adult Class


6:00pm - 7:00pm Basic Class


7:00pm - 8:00pm Intermediate Class


9:00am - 945am Basic Class


1030am - 11:15am Intermediate Class


11:15am - 12:00pm Teen/Adult Class


Contact us


5pm-Basic, 6pm-Intermediate, 7pm- Teen/Adult.


9am-Basic, 10am-Intermediate, 11am- Teen/Adult.

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At Karate Works, we are dedicated to fostering a holistic martial arts education that transcends physical prowess. Our philosophy is rooted in the integration of five core values: Integrity, Loyalty, Effort, Etiquette, and Control. These principles guide our practice, teaching, and community, shaping not only skilled martial artists but also principled individuals.

Integrity forms the cornerstone of our martial arts journey. We instill in our students the importance of honesty and moral uprightness in all aspects of life. In training, integrity means staying true to oneself and one’s capabilities, acknowledging both strengths and weaknesses. It is the commitment to practice with sincerity, face challenges with courage, and to always uphold the ethical standards of karate, both inside and outside the dojo.

 Loyalty is the thread that weaves our community together. We emphasize dedication to our dojo, our instructors, and our fellow students. Loyalty means being committed to the martial arts path, showing respect and support to those who share in our journey, and upholding the traditions and values of karate. It fosters a sense of belonging and responsibility, encouraging students to contribute positively to the dojo environment and to stand by one another through every challenge.

Effort is the driving force behind growth and mastery in karate. We encourage our students to give their utmost in every practice, understanding that progress is born from perseverance and hard work. Effort involves pushing beyond one’s limits, embracing the rigorous demands of training, and continuously striving for improvement. It is through diligent effort that students learn discipline, resilience, and the true spirit of karate.

Etiquette is the expression of respect and courtesy within our martial arts practice. We uphold the traditional customs and rituals of karate, teaching students to conduct themselves with grace and humility. Etiquette encompasses the proper way to greet instructors, the respect shown towards fellow practitioners, and the reverence for the dojo space. By observing these practices, students cultivate a sense of honor and mindfulness, enriching their training experience and fostering mutual respect.

Control is the mastery over one’s body, mind, and emotions. We teach our students that true strength lies not in overpowering others, but in the ability to regulate oneself. This includes physical control, ensuring precise and deliberate movements, and mental control, maintaining focus and calm under pressure. Emotional control involves managing reactions and cultivating a balanced mindset. Through the practice of control, students learn to harness their abilities responsibly, embodying the discipline and poise central to karate.

Summer Poster

JUNE 2024


Studio Closed



Cherry Fest June 8th; Make-up date is Sunday June 9th.

Family Vacation out of town June 22nd; Make-up date is Monday June 24th.

Tournament June 29th; Make-up date is June 30th.

Testing this month will take place the week of the 9th-15th of June. 





Tallmadge, OH

Dearborn, MI

Naperville, IL

Fort Wayne, IN

Summer Superbrawl                        PKC

Great Lakes Pro Am                        AKA

Eagle's Academy                             AKA

Battle for the Fort (Sensei Attending)    PKC


Columbus, OH.

Klassic Kup Championship             MTVA



Pittsburg, PA

PKC Championships                       PKC

Caledonia, OH

House of Bear Tournament             MTVA

Karate Practice


Mission & Values

Karate provides the opportunity for a child to learn a skill that is moderately difficult, while being individualistic and having fun. We instill our 5 core values: Integrity - Loyalty - Effort - Etiquette - Control throughout they're training. Our students work at their own pace, we have 12 different ranks students can achieve, its up to them to reach the next rank through hard work and practice. Most importantly, we like to have fun learning about karate and self-defense.
I teach to challenge every student to believe in themselves, to go beyond their abilities, to produce the best results without regard to their size, age or ability.
The way I do this is by simplifying a traditional style of karate, in a fun, safe and friendly environment. Resulting in a new found confidence in themselves.

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"There is nothing better then a child wrapped in confidence"

  Sensei David Anders


6763 Providence St

Whitehouse, Oh. 43571

(419) 262-9461

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