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Our Go X-Treme Summer Camp is rated 5 stars by both kids and parents! Registration information for 2018 coming soon - don’t wait to register and join the fun.
Karate West Supports Local PTA’s! 100% of the proceeds from our “Parents’ Night Out” events are donated to participating PTA’s.
News & Upcoming Events
- We are open during mid-winter and spring breaks. Please see details on our closures and policies here. See you on the training floor!
- Testing time is coming up! Register Online. Main Tests are Wednesday February 28 and March 1 2018.
- Parents’ Night Out! Next one will be Friday, March 9th. Register Online and enjoy an evening out while your kids have a blast at Karate West.
- The Morris Mack Open Karate Championship Tournament is coming up on Saturday March 10th. Mail in registration in advance, or sign up the morning of the event. Here are more details. At this year’s seminar, Friday March 9th from 7:00pm -8:30pm, Sensei Anderson will help students examine kata in search of effective and applicable bunkai.
- In honor of Hanshi Mack, The Mayor of the city of Yakima, Kathy Coffey, is officially proclaimed Tuesday, September 19, 2017, Hanshi Morris Mack Day. To see replays of the meeting on the City’s Video on Demand server, click on the following link - http://188.8.131.52/CablecastPublicSite/?channel=2 - enter “Yakima City Council” in the search box, and select the video from the September 19th meeting. Yakima Herald Article
- Issaquah Roadwork Map – There will be ongoing construction from March 2017 - end of 2018. Please use the information in these links to plan your drive time accordingly.
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About Karate West
Karate West Training Centers are owned by Randy Holeman and Jan Stockton. Their first full-time training center opened in Issaquah in 1989. It had been their goal to build a martial arts school that offered not only an effective self-defense program for children and adults, but also a comprehensive program of personal growth and development. It would be the emphasis on teaching the life skills of leadership, integrity, goal setting, self-discipline and academic excellence, to name a few, that would cause the community to respond.
Outgrowing the original Issaquah facility, Karate West relocated to East Lake Sammamish in 1995 and quickly became one of the largest martial arts school in the country. A satellite school was opened on the South end of Mercer Island in August 2007. In 2014, Karate West expanded again relocating to 5828 221st Place SE in Issaquah which is now one of the largest and most up to date training facility in the country with over 9,000 square feet of expanded training floors and state of the art training equipment. Learn more