Frequently Asked Questions

How do I contact you?

Chris Fay’s Okinawa Karate School contact information:

Email: Info@mwcGoju.com

Phone: (405) 733-5555

Address: 224 S. Sooner Road
Midwest City, Oklahoma 73110
USA

Where are you located?
We are located near the intersection of Reno and Sooner Road in Midwest City, Oklahoma.

Our actual address is 224 S. Sooner Road, Midwest City, OK.

Here is a google map for you!

When are your classes?

Class Schedule:

Monday through Friday 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM

AND

Monday through Thursday 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM


Everyone Is Welcome to ANY Class!

Men/Women/Boys/Girls All Ages!

Train as often as you like!

How much are classes?

We offer classes at very reasonable prices. Call us at (405) 733-555 or email us Info@mwcGoju.com for more information.

Our Membership consists of a monthly fee, and our members can attend as many classes as they choose each month.

What is a typical class like?

Our classes are an hour and a half long each. Each class consists of 30 minutes of structured stretching exercises, followed by an hour of training drills or form techniques.

Who can attend classes?

Anyone can attend classes. We have men, women, boys and girls of all ages. All are welcome. Our youngest member is only 4 years old. You are never too old or young to learn karate! Come join us for a FREE week!

If I decide to try out Karate FREE for a week, what do I need to do?

All you’ve got to do is show up! Come join us for one of our scheduled classes, and wear some warm up gear. Sweat pants or wind pants and a t-shirt are just fine!  Also, don’t worry about shoes because we train barefoot!

What are the benefits of learning karate?
There are many benefits to learning karate. Karate is a well-known form of self defense. It will increase confidence, teach character, self-control, and is a great form of exercise, but you don’t have to take our word for it, come try us FREE for a week!
Why do you bow?

Why We Bow

We bow to instructors in appreciation of having been taught kindly and to other students in appreciation of having been able to practice together in a friendly manner. Master Togouchi says that we should always practice karate with friendly feelings, helping each other as much as we can. As mentioned in the Shorei-Kan rules, “Respect your seniors in Karate and instruct your juniors Kindly.” This is always necessary.

In the dojo there is no place for the customs or statuses of society. Here, there are people from many different fields, such as students, doctors, artists, executives, cab drivers, children and older people, men and women. All are equal on the dojo floor.

         – Sensei Tom Haggerty

Testimonials

The Dojo Event Calendar

March 2017

Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

Questions? Send us an email!

1 + 14 =