Karate Classes For All Ages In Financial District NYC

Karate Classes For All Ages In Financial District NYC

Kohryu Martial Arts – Due to their training and experience, Kohryu is the leading karate studio for children.

Our Goal –  To help your child learn how to control their body and with our unique approach. Classes combine self-esteem, respect, and discipline, the same values you teach at home.

Adrian Punching

Monthly Membership

2 Classes Per Week
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Uniform Included with karate membership
  • 1 – Private 15 Minute Class
  • Uniform Included

Classes Will Be Held at 

10 Hanover Square, New York, NY, 10005

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Respect For Others
Positive Attitude

We teach martial arts to children in a fun, safe, and competitive environment.

A fun and supportive educational environment for kids! Help your kid learn how to control their body with our unique approach. Kohryu teaches self-esteem, respect, and discipline, the same values they learn at home.

It is the philosophy of our system that our students develop self-confidence, self-defense, physical and spiritual well-being. As the founder of Goju-Ryu Chojun Miyagi Sensei states: “Do not strike others, and do not allow others to strike you.

Your Instructor

Kristian doing pose

Sensei Kristian Perez is a black belt in American Goju Karate and a black belt in Tae Kwon Do. He has been involved in martial arts for over 20 years, beginning at the age of 6. Kristian was formerly the assistant to the head instructor at Modern Martial Arts NYC, currently head instructor of the mixed martial arts program at NYC Tae Kwon Do, and Vice President of the House of Goju, a non for profit organization whose aim is to teach

underprivileged children learn Karate at no cost. Kristian has a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from John Jay College.


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Programs For All Ages

Kristian with Adrian

Mini Dragons 3 & 4:

Our Mini Dragons program introduces the fundamental building blocks of martial arts in a fun and enthusiastic environment. Students in this program will not only learn how to defend themselves but acquire skills such as discipline, respect, courage, and perseverance.

Class Goals: Learning the basics in an environment that nurtures their passion in a disciplined yet fun manner.

Kristian with Little Dragons

Little Dragons 5 & 6:

In a more fast paced class, our Little Dragons begin to learn a variety of techniques from punching, kicking, and blocking. At this level they will be introduced to Kata, which will test their bodies as well as their minds. Friendship, loyalty, respect, discipline, perseverance, courtesy, courage, and indomitable spirit are the lessons we strive to teac

Class Goals: Introduction to Kata to encourage mental and physical fortitude. Self-Defense and Bully Prevention techniques taught at this level.
7 - 12 Year Old

Junior Level 7 - 13:

In the Junior Classes students begin their black belt journey in World Goju Karate. In this complete system, their curriculum will introduce them to their basics in Kata, strikes, self-defense, and take-downs. Students here can also try out for the karate team and compete in Kumite, kickboxing, or Kata Competitions.

Class Goals: Physical fitness, flexibility and proper technique will be learned but more importantly the development of character and respect towards one another. 

Adult 14+:

Our Adult Program is the best for those who have never tried martial arts before! As a beginner you can work at your own pace and build your strength and cardiovascular levels through our karate classes. Kata, self-defense, striking, and take-downs are taught in here. All levels welcome!
Class Goals: Increased confidence, spatial awareness, flexibility, fun, and healthy lifestyle habits are taught. 

Goju-Ryu Karate is one of many of the original Okinawan Karate styles. Developed by Chojun

Miyagi Sensei, the style was influenced by both Chinese and Japanese Martial Arts styles. Miyagi chose

the name Goju (“go” meaning “hard” and “ju” meaning “soft”), to highlight that his style was composed

of both “hard” and “soft” styles.