Lake Region Budokan ---Japan Karate-Do Ryobukai North Dakota
Home of Elite Karate, Police Jujitsu, Kenjitsu,Iaijitsu, and Goshin Budo Jujitsu
junse Goshin Budo Jujitsu
Summer Hours for June - August.
7:00pm to 9:00pm
Seminars or Special Clinics
If you are interested in Seminars for Police Defensive Tactics, PPCT Basics Classes, Basic Self Defense, Karate Kata Training, and Tai Chi, feel free to contact us for Dates and Cost Information. Email or telephone.
Sensei Rick Senger
Martial arts are not just about kicking and punching. It is more about wellness, fitness, leadership, and personal growth. Although self defense is taught in the classes it is more about the personal development. Children who participate in Karate, become more confident and physically fit. Karate uses both sides of the body and therefore both sides of he brain are used. Concentration is critical when learning technique so students must listen. Rank advancements are to promote learning and acheiving goals. Martial arts are great for all ages not just or the young. Don't become a "Couch Potatoe", Stay active and healthy. Aging is inevitable so stay healthy and enjoy life.
103 21st St. N.E Devils Lake, ND 58301
2nd floor Vocational Building ND School for the Deaf Campus
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The Lake Region Budokan is the Home ot the Japan Karate-Do Ryobukai for North Dakota and teaches Shin-do Jinen Ryu Karate. It is also the home of the Nippon Jinmukan for North Dakota, and teaches the sword style of Katori Shinto Ryu. The form of jujitsu taught is Junse Goshin Budo Jujitsu. There are also Branch Dojo's in Bismarck and Grand Forks, North Dakota.
If you wish to join the Budokan please download the Membership Registration and Waiver Release Form and Bring them at Class time. Cost for membership is as follows: Dues Monthly: $40.00 Dues Quartly: $105.00 Dues Semiannually: $205.00
Dues 9 months: $305.00
Testing Schedule and Forms Available for Download on the Dojo News Page.
***Basic Self Defense is offered through Lake Region State College and is a 1 credit PE course. However, if you do not wish to receive college credit you may enroll in the class at the Budokan. It is a 1 semester course beginning September 29th.
The Lake Region Budokan is dedicated to the education of its students. We promote good health, self discipline, and the building of good character and moral values. Our instructors attend seminars annually to further their knowledge of their art, as well as new and useful techniques for teaching.
Sensei Senger began his career in the Martial arts 1966 during his tour in the south pacific when he was serving in the U.S. Navy. He began learning Aikido. Since then he has studied a variety of different disciplines such as Karate, Judo, Jujitsu, Kenjitsu, Iaido, Jodo, Taiho Jitsu and Tai Chi. Sensei is currently the Chief Instructor of Defensive Tactics for the Peace Officer Academy of Lake Region State College, in Devils Lake, ND. He has held this position since 1989 and continues to train daily.Sensei Senger is a member of the Sei-Shin Kai Goshin Budo Jujitsu Union, and The Japan Karate Do Ryobu-Kai. The Style of Karate Taught at the Lake Region Budokan is Shindo Jinen Ryu (True and Godly Art). The Style of Jujitsu is Junse Goshin Budo Jujitsu. He is also affiliated with the Nippon Jinmukan sword School.
Classes are held Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. If you have any questions feel free to call 701 740-8003.