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Okinawan Karate Club of Dallas
Okinawan Karate Club of Dallas teaches traditional Okinawan Shorin Ryu karate as taught by Eizo Shimabukuro O'Sensei and Okinawan Shudokan karate as taught by the late Walter Todd Sensei.Okinawan weapons (kobudo) are taught to advanced students. OKCD also offers training in Arnis and Jujutsu. The dojo has been in Dallas since 1984 and serves all ages with classes every day, no contracts and low monthly dues.

Tonbo Martial Arts
Martial arts uniforms (gi), supplies, weapons, videos and more! Quality products at a reasonable price for teachers and students alike.

Dallas Japanese Tutor offers small group and private lessons in Japanese, ESL, writing, origami and karate.

IkigaiWay | Martial Arts Blog
IkigaiWay is a classical martial arts blog focused on the philosophy of old style training. The website features articles discussing technique, self defense, weapons, mindset, and more. Also provided by IkigaiWay are original ebooks, instructional videos, and unique interviews with some of the world's premiere artists.

National Women's Martial Arts Federation 
Promoting the involvement of women and girls in the martial arts.

Blackall Photography
Kelly at Blackall Photography produced most of the product images on this site (the good ones! LOL). She also does an amazing job at portraiture and wedding photography

Healing and Martial Arts
Healing and Martial Arts of Rockville, Maryland offers traditional Uechi-Ryu Karate, Okinawan Kobudo, and Japanese Reiki training. Since 1995, it has been providing expert instruction in small class settings by blending a deep respect for the traditional arts with modern practicality.

Atlanta Karate School
Emphasizing the development of self and technique, not competition.
All of the martial arts at Atlanta’s Traditional Okinawan Karate-do Dojo are taught in an atmosphere of cooperation and mutual respect. The goal is to strengthen the individual in all aspects of development. In keeping with the traditional concepts of Budo, the practitioner is encouraged and assisted in developing all facets of his or her personality, including intellectual, moral, and physical aspects.