AMERICAN EAGLE STYLE
is a traditional empty-hand martial art style. "Empty-Hand" is the literal interpretation of the Japanese word "Karate" and refers to using the parts of the body for self-defense as opposed to a traditional "weapon" such as a sword.
American Eagle Style is offered in classes for adults (ages 13 and older), children (ages 6-12), and Superkick (ages 3-5). We also offer a non-ranking program called the Open System.
TAKENOUCHI-HANGAN-RYU-MATSUNO-CRANDALL IAIDO / BATTO-DO
is a 300-year old traditional sword style now in its 7th generation under Headmaster Crandall, a title passed to him by his late Headmaster in a ceremony in Japan in 2002. Takenouchi-Hangan-Ryu-Matsuno-Crandall Iaido and Batto-do uses a samurai sword to develop piece of mind through physical action (Bushido). Classes for adults ages 18 and older.
TRADITIONAL CANE CLASSES
AMERICAN EAGLE CANE STYLE
is a traditional martial art style which uses a walking cane for personal development and self-defense. This style is fully documented in a 280 page textbook including katas, basic forms, philosophy, history, and more. Classes for adults ages 18 and older.