Kata are choreographed movements in Japanese martial arts. These movements may be done alone or may require a partner, but in both cases they usually simulate attacking and defending techniques in a sequence.
Aikido, Judo, Kendo and Karate are all examples of martial arts that use kata. In the past, they were a way to teach the techniques used in combat and to pass the techniques to other generations. Now the repetitive movements if the sequence are a way for students to memorize techniques and perform them in a natural way. In non-Japanese martial arts, the term "form" can be used for "Kata."
Our goal here at NinjaPHD.com is to give you a complete list of the Kata training centers near you so that you can choose the one perfectly fits your needs. If you are have any questions at all, or are having trouble locating a quality facility close to where you live, please don’t hesitate to contact us so we can help assist you.
Top Online Kata Programs
|Sanchin Kata: Three Battles Karate Kata (YMAA)||Amazon||The Sanchin Kata, or 'Three Battles Sequence', is an ancient form that can be traced back to the roots of karate.|
|Shotokan Karate JKA Kata 3 DVD Box Set||Amazon||This 3 DVD JKA Kata Only Box set is the most comprehensive series ever by the JKA Masters like Tanaka, Oishi, Abe|
|Simplicity in Understanding Kata Bunkai||Amazon||4 DVD - Masterclass series in undertanding Kata Bunkai|
Kata Training in Pennsylvania
|American Dojo Karate||710 Capouse Ave||Scranton||(570) 343-0080|
|Upper Bucks Martial Arts||641-3 S West End Blvd||Quakertown||(267) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Allegheny Shotokan Karate||12591 Rt. 30||North Huntingdon||(724) email@example.com|
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