Oxford NJ Self Defense School Karate Camp & Martial Arts Programs Announced

Oxford, NJ self-defense school Golden Rule Karate has announced the upcoming Kings Karate Camp at Kittatinny Valley State Park near Twin Lakes, NJ. The camp is open to participants and spectators. The Warren County Karate dojo offers Isshinryu karate programs for children and adults.

Oxford Township, United States - July 12, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Oxford, NJ self-defense school Golden Rule Karate announced the upcoming King’s Karate training camp at Kittatinny Valley State Park. The Lehigh Valley karate training center also announced the availability of scheduled martial arts programs for children, teens, and adults.

More information about Golden Rule Karate is available at https://www.njkarate.org

The Kings Karate Camp at Kittatinny Valley State Park near Twin Lakes, NJ is scheduled for Saturday, the 10th of August, 2019. The all-day training event is between 10 AM and 4 PM with a training charge of $45 and a spectator cover of $10 that includes lunch.

Golden Rule Karate also announced its Isshinryu karate program that instructs students in the rudiments and techniques of traditional Okinawan karate. The dojo offers a PeeWee program for children aged 3 to 5, a Junior Karate program for children aged 6 to 12, and a full Teen & Adult program.

The Oxford Township karate training facility also offers conditioning and kickboxing training. The Teen & Adult karate training program is open to students aged 13 and up and includes full martial arts weapon training. Adult karate students receive complimentary access to the Golden Rule Karate 24/7 fitness gym.

Golden Rule Karate teaches the tenets of Isshinryu karate with a focus on fitness, strength, and mental focus. The Tri-State karate dojo supports its martial arts program with a fitness facility equipped with free weights, elliptical machines, treadmills, and Nautilus equipment. The facility offers a 30-day free trial period on several programs.

According to a spokesperson for the Warren County Karate dojo, “We are happy to welcome students, participants, and guests to the King’s Karate Camp. We look forward to helping martial arts students and enthusiasts of all ages achieve fitness and learn Isshinryu karate at beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels.”

Golden Rule Karate & Fitness is a martial arts training and fitness facility located on Wall Street in Oxford, NJ. The dojo has imparted education in Isshinryu karate for more than 20 years and is the home of the Tri-State Golden Rule Karate Championship.

More information is available over the phone at 908-453-2129 and at the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Paul Kilduff
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Organization: Golden Rule Karate
Address: 26 Wall Street, Oxford Township, New Jersey 07863, United States
Phone: +1-908-453-2129
Website: https://www.njkarate.org

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88895800

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