No Limits Karate Academy is focused on developing top leaders by teaching leadership skills, respect, perseverance, & goal setting through traditional karate. We have the best instructors here at No Limits Karate Academy. We can definitely make a difference in your children’s lives. We also accept adults and also have family classes.

We are proud to say we are the best, and our clients think so too:


Tiny Tots (Age 2-4) Tiny Tots (Age 2-4) Tiny Tots (Age 2-4)
9:30-10:00 am 9:30-10:00 am 9:30-10:00 am
Little Dragons (Age 5-6) Little Dragons (Age 5-6) Little Dragons (Age 5-6) Tiny Tots (Age 2-4)
10:05-10:35 am 10:05-10:35 am 10:05-10:35 am 9:00am-9:30am
Low Rank Youth Tiny Tots (Age 2-4) Middle Ranks youth Tiny Tots (Age 2-4) Tiny Tots (Age 2-4)  Little Dragons (Age 5-6)
4:00pm-4:45pm 3:30-4pm 4:00-4:45PM 3:30-4pm 4:00pm-4:30pm 9:35am-10:05am
Middle High Rank Youth Little Dragons (Age 5-6) Low Ranks youth Little Dragons (Age 5-6) Little Dragons (Age 5-6) Family Class
4:50pm-5:35pm 4:05-4:35pm 4:50-5:35PM 4:05-4:35pm 4:35-5:05pm 10:10am-11:10am
Tiny Tots (Age 2-4) Low & Middle Ranks Youth Tiny Tots (Age 2-4) Low & Middle Ranks Youth Low Rank Youth Sparring
5:40pm-6:10pm 4:40-5:25pm 5:40-6:10PM 4:40-5:25pm 5:10pm-5:55pm 11:15am-12:15pm
Little Dragons (Age 5-6) Sparring Little Dragons (Age 5-6) High Ranks Youth Middle High Rank Youth Competition Team
6:15pm-6:45pm 5:30-6:15pm 6:15-6:45PM 5:30-6:15pm 6:00pm-6:45pm 1:00pm-3pm
All Adults Weapons Class All Adult Weapons Class  (no class)
6:50pm-8:30pm 6:20-7:05pm 6:50-7:50PM 6:20-7:05pm 6:50pm-7:35pm
Adult Low Ranks  (no class) Adult Low Ranks
7:10-8:10pm 7:55-9:15 PM 7:10-8:10pm
Adult High Ranks Adult High Ranks
8:15-9:15pm 8:15-9:15pm


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Saturday tournament results !!!

Mason 2nd weapons
Mason 3rd kata
Mason 3rd sparring
Zane 3rd weapons
Zane 1st kata
Zane 1st sparring
Shiloh 3rd sparring
Shiloh 2nd kata
Addi 2nd kata
Addi 4th weapons
Addi 2nd sparring
Breanna 1st sparring
Breanna 1st kata
James 2nd kata
James 1st weapons
Cooper 2nd sparring
Cooper 3rd kata
Peyton 2nd sparring
Peyton 3rd kata
Drew 2nd kata
Drew 1st weapons
Drew 2nd sparring
Tommy 4th kata
Tommy 4th sparring
Zane 1st sparring
Claire 3rd kata
Claire 2nd sparring
Mark 1st kata
Mark 1st weapons
Mark 1st sparring
Stephanie 2nd kata
Stephanie 1st sparring
Wayne 1st weapons
Wayne 4th kata
Wayne 2nd sparring
Steve 1st sparring

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Shotokan History


Karate means “empty hand”, and Karate-do translates to “the way of Karate”. Shotokan Karate is a weaponless martial art that is founded on the basic techniques of punching, striking, kicking and blocking, yet there is a deeper aspect to serious Karate training which deals with character development. Shotokan Karate is a way for an individual to realize greater potential and expand the limits of that individual’s physical and mental capabilities. Karate in an excellent, time-proven method of personal development. Shotokan Karate is a traditional Japanese Martial Art founded by Master Gichin Funakoshi. Shotokan Karate remains firmly rooted in a strong martial arts tradition, emphasizing lifetime training for a healthy mind and body, rather than strictly as a sport.


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Shotokan (松濤館 Shōtōkan?) is a style of karate, developed from various martial arts by Gichin Funakoshi (1868–1957) and his son Gigo (Yoshitaka) Funakoshi (1906–1945). Gichin was born inOkinawa and is widely credited with popularizing “karate do” through a series of public demonstrations, and by promoting the development of university karate clubs, including those atKeioWasedaHitotsubashi (Shodai)TakushokuChuoGakushuin, and Hosei.

Funakoshi had many students at the university clubs and outside dojos, who continued to teach karate after his death in 1957. However, internal disagreements (in particular the notion that competition is contrary to the essence of karate) led to the creation of different organizations—including an initial split between the Japan Karate Association (headed by Masatoshi Nakayama) and the Shotokai (headed by Motonobu Hironishi and Shigeru Egami), followed by many others—so that today there is no single “Shotokan school”, although they all bear Funakoshi’s influence.

As the most widely practiced style, Shotokan is considered a traditional and influential form of karate do.



Do you work with all ages? My son is 5 and interested in starting karate – some places I have looked at don’t start until 7 years??

We start at age 3. He would fit in perfectly. It is perfect at that age, they are like sponges. They absorb everything quickly.


Is there a certain time to come by and check it out??

No specific time. Our instructors are here all day Monday – Saturday and available to talk to parents and sign people up. If you would like to see a class stop in anytime.


Who can benefit??

Everyone, even if you feel you are overweight, uncoordinated, inflexible, or lacking self confidence or self discipline, you may have the most to gain by training. Of course results should not be expected overnight, but if you train on a regular basis and stay with it, you will begin to see improvement. Nothing of real value is ever obtained with ease. All kinds of people benefit from Karate training. Women, children and men can be found at No Limits Karate Academy.

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