Martial Arts Academy – Karate School

BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIAL

$250 for 3 Months

Unlimited access to all weekly classes.
This special offer is good for new or returning students with more than 90 days away.
Use the link below to save your spot while the offer lasts!

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Everyone is welcome to try Karate classes 1 week for FREE!

Just come by for a free trial Karate class (click here for the class schedule)
Please call or text (707) 364-6478 with any questions.

**NOTICE** Our facility is being used by the Red Cross for emergency efforts. Meanwhile we have relocated to a terrific facility at 6800 Hunter Drive in Rohnert Park.

Martial Arts Academy Rohnert Park Olympic Karate


We will move back to our Burton Avenue facility when the building is no longer need for local relief efforts:

Burton Ave Rec Center, 7421 Burton Avenue, Rohnert Park, CA (directions are below).

We are on Burton Avenue just past the corner of Burton and Southwest Blvd, and we share the spacious parking lot with Tech Middle School.

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rohnert park olympic karate classes


Martial Arts Academy Bujutsu Gakuin Wushu Xueyuan is a 501(c)3 non-profit public benefit corporation.

We are proud to be part of USA Karate, the National Governing Body for Karate, and member of the United States Olympic Committee. USA Karate is part of the Panamerican Karate Federation, and part of the World Karate Federation, so our organization is 188 member nations strong.

Our school is the only USA Karate school in Sonoma County. USA Karate is the best, most traditional, most professional organization for Karate in the World, with strict standards of excellence. Our Sensei, Tony Johnson, is a Coach, Certified Kata Judge, Certified Kumite Referee, and has Certified Rank.

Our regional Karate association is NCKF, the Northern California Karate Federation, www.nckf.us.


Okinawan Karate is scheduled for an exciting debut as an official Olympic sport. Appropriately, the unveiling will occur in Tokyo, Japan at the 2020 Summer Olympics, featuring both Kumite (point-based sparring) and Kata (forms).