ABOUT GREEN'S KARATE
WE HAVE OUTGROWN OUR SPACE! We are expanding to a "NEW" LOCATION 3X our current size and moving to central location in East Ridge. New school address: 5319 Ringgold Road Suite "F." We will start classes at our new location March 2nd! Our last day at our current location is February 28th. We are moving at 10 a.m. on February 29th. We have a large box truck as well! Feel free to assist us in this manner! Thank you for your help!
Green's Karate - originally opened on January 17th, 1998 in Soldotna, Alaska. Then in 2003, it was moved to Chattanooga, TN. Since 2003, Green's Karate or GK has offered the highest quality of traditional karate training in the area. GK is the longest running traditional karate school in the area's history. GK has the first ever person from Chattanooga on the U.S. Karate Team (Ryan Rogers).
Currently, we are offering a Grand Opening Special! You receive a uniform (Gi) and unlimited lessons for one month for $150.00. Receive $25.00 off the second person and $50.00 off the third person for this special. This is a great way to started into our program!
The first class is ALWAYS FREE! Go to the "First Time Students" tab and fill out our waiver form there to get started! We will now offer free trial classes weekly on Mondays at 4 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. for new students ages 5 and up!
GK focuses on building good manners, respect, self-discipline and confidence. Often traditional martial arts is overlooked as a recreational activity, when in reality it is so much more.
Karate is a art form, a discipline of the mind and body, and a way of life for many.
Professional sport coaches such as (Tennis (IMG), Football, Baseball, Soccer, instruct their athletes to take up traditional martial arts as another way to gain coordination, balance, reflexes, core strength, flexibility, agility, and to increase the mind and body connection. Martial arts is 90% mental and 10% physical. Former Olympian's and professional athletes enroll their children at GK because they can see the relation for their lives and the benefits of GK provides it's students and parents.
GK instructs students with or without disabilities and has gained worldwide acclaim for accomplishing what was perceived to be impossible with students with needs such as autism, blind, wheelchair bound and more! In essence, student of Green's Karate with special needs have competed against those without disabilites, at the National level, and won USANKF National medals!
GK was also featured on CNN News in 2006. Brandon Earnshaw and his mom, Alina, were featured in the new story. GK has made U.S. Karate history over a dozen times since 2006.
Classes are offered six days a week with classes for age 3 and up (Little Dragons), Beginners (family can join in this class), Intermediate, Advanced, Teen/Adult, Self-Defense Seminars (quarterly) and Special needs Classes (ages 5 and up). With all of the possibilities, we will find a class for you!
GK has over 80 You Tube videos that can easily be found under the Green's Karate channel. We have playlists to learn from, entertain, and have fun with!
Why wait? Join Green's Karate today! Call or text 423-405-DOJO (3656) for more information "after" you check out the FAQ section under the "more tab!"
Life Long Friendships
Green's Karate will instill
MEET THE FOUNDER OF GREEN'S KARATE
Sensei Corey Green
4107 Hixson Pike Suites 113-117 Chattanooga,TN 37415
Ever since I was a little boy I wanted to help other people. Once I started in karate, I was able to find my vehicle to help others. Check out our other social media channels especially You Tube (Green's Karate). My staff of USANKF National Champions and medalists karate instructors will provide certified worldwide karate training specializing in Shito-Ryu karate. Those that train for a long time are part of the schools legacy and the primary goal is for the school to live on through the life of it's world standard students (Senpai's that will become Sensei's) through the traditional karate school, Green's Karate. Certified Worldwide through the Kenwa Kai International Association since 1998.