Are you looking for Karate in Peekskill? Adam McCauley, the owner and operator of Go No Sen Karate has been teaching men, women and children the art of Karate in Westchester for over 25 years. We are located in the Blue Mt. Plaza at Welcher Avenue in Peekskill, NY. Our program focuses on building confidence in children. Along with programs in Bully Prevention, Stranger Danger, as well as Health/Nutrition, we teach martial arts fitness for men, women, and children. We are committed to providing quality martial arts instruction to each and every student in the community. Our motto is "Building Better Bodies and Stronger Minds!"
Our core program focuses on instilling Self-Control, Focus, Self-Discipline, Goal Setting, Positive Attitudes and Respect in each student whether they are 4 years old or 64 years old. Each student will be on a journey of a lifetime creating a sharper, supple body and discover themselves in a unique way. Along with martial arts for children we have Men and Women Fitness Kickboxing classes. If you're looking for Karate classes in Peekskill, how to bully proof your child, or awesome women's fitness kickboxing, we have the program for you. We look forward to serving you.
"Go No Sen Karate has had such a huge impact on both my children lives since they started there classes a little over six months ago. I am able to see the teachings of Renshi and Sempai Laurie spilling over into our home life as well
as there performance in class.My seven year old has really matured, become more responsible, and a big helper at home. Not only with daily chores, but with his 4 year old brother.Both boys look forward to their classes, and enjoys the physical discipline that the program teaches them. They are learning to use their teachings to protect themselves and each other, and not necessarily to hurt others. The staff is awesome as well. Thank you for offering this option to parents who want to instill discipline, education, responsibility and enjoyment in their children's futures. Jordan and Joshua Faulkner loves this program!
I really appreciate all of you guys." -Karen Faulkner.
"Go No Sen Karate has built confidence in Jonathan's ability to realize that he can accomplish his personal goals that were achieved with diligent effort. In addition he is better focused on his overall tasks such as school goals that can be demanding on any child. He is generally better disciplined when reacting to daily challenges. The best part is Jonathan's love for Go No Sen Karate as a sport he has eagerly embraced and for which he eagerly looks forward to attending when scheduled. Jonathan has been able to achieve his personal goals due to the structured disciplined classes. Renshi is an experienced teacher who oversees and mentors his students with compassion and interjects appropriate humor to help convey his teachings." -Thomas Basler.
"My 5 and 4 year old children both have a genetic disorder. I was told that they could never participate in any really physical activities; i.e.; baseball, soccer, ice skating, gymnastics even some forms of dance. I wanted them to experience life like any other child their age. Then I found Go No Sen. Their doctor ok'd them as the small child program is mostly dedicated to focus, patience, listening, teamwork and following instructions. What a truly amazing program. My children love to go to karate more than anything. They were well behaved before, but to hear them say "yes sir", "yes mam" and even treat each other with more respect is awesome. It has not even been 6 months, yet I see their behavior improving. They are no longer shy about their limitations because Go No Sen makes them proud to be just who they are. They are taking more leadership roles, being more respectful of their peers and I am truly moved by their progress.
it is easy to see that their instructors are truly dedicating to make each child reach their individual potential. I do recommend this program to everyone I meet. Not just for young children, but for anyone who wants to improve their lives physically and spiritually" -The Leggieros.
"Sydney - my daughter is an extremely imaginative and boisterous child. She is very carefree at school and home. But, when she enters the Dojo, she changes into this focused, dedicated, and quiet child. I am very impressed with the teaching staff and how they get kids focused on tasks. My only wish is that the regular school teachers were the same. Morgan, my younger daughter is Autistic and cannot attend a regular karate class. However, the Go No Sen staff has agreed to teach her in private sessions. She has problems focusing and doing certain physical activities. But when she gets in the dojo, these wonderful instructors are able to direct her and get her to focus. They even get her to do exercises that her physical therapists cannot get her to do" -Erika Chaves.