Our directory is provided for information purposes only. The sites listed do not represent any specific endorsements or affiliations with Simba Dojo.
|Arizona Renaissance Festival||https://arizona.renfestinfo.com/|
|Amateur Athletic Union||https://aausports.org/|
|Arizona State Karate Alliance (ASKA)||https://arizonastatekaratealliance.com/|
|International Shotokan Karate Federation (ISKF)||https://iskf.com/|
|Japan Karate Association (JKA)||https://www.jka.or.jp/en/|
|JKA / WF America||https://jkawfamerica.com/|
|Shotokan Karate International Federation||http://www.skifworld.com/|
|Shotokan Karate International USA||https://skifusa.com/|
|World Karate Federation||https://www.wkf.net/|
|USA National Karate||https://www.teamusa.org/USA-Karate|
|United States Karate Federation||http://www.uskaratealliance.com/|
|Black Belt Magazine||https://blackbeltmag.com/|
|Martial Arts Supply|
|Asian World of Martial Arts||https://www.awma.com/|
|Century Martial Arts||https://www.centurymartialarts.com/|
|Kamakaze Karate Gi||https://kamakaze.com|
|Kungfu for Less||https://kungfu4less.com|
|Martial Art Smart||https://MartialArtSmart.com|
|Tiger Claw Martial Arts Gear||https://tigerclaw.com/|
The mission of Simba Dojo is focused on enriching families and promoting healthy living through the practice of meditation and the martial arts. We are a family-oriented dojo and work with youth and adults of all ages! Shotokan Karate is the primary discipline of our practice and we follow the guidelines set by the Japan Karate Association. The classes promote better health, build self-esteem and self-confidence in the practitioner. Friendly instructors will guide you step-by-step!
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