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Aikido Kokikai NYC

Sensei Gary Snyder

250 W 26th St, 4th Fl
New York, NY 10001
b/t 7th Ave & 8th Ave in Chelsea
(646) 390-0222

“Aikido Kokikai NYC was founded by Gary Snyder, a sixth degree black belt who has practiced martial arts for more than 30 years. Snyder was the instructor of the Princeton University Aikido Club from 1986 to 1991, and has been the chief instructor of the Columbia University Aikido Club from 1992 through the present. In 2005 Snyder opened East Village Kokikai Aikido, which then moved to the new Aikido Kokikai NYC location in Chelsea in 2007…Prospective students are welcome to watch, or participate in a free introductory class.”


Aikido of Manhattan

Juba Nour Sensei

60 West 39th Street, 3rd Floor (at 6th Avenue)
New York 10018

“Juba Nour Sensei, Director and Chief Instructor of Aikido of Manhattan, studied the art as an Uchi-deshi of Master K. Chiba, 8th Dan, in 1983. After four years of apprenticeship with Master K. Chiba, Juba Sensei apprenticed in Tokyo, Japan under the guidance of late Master K. Ueshiba.”


Bond Street Dojo

Chris Jordan Sensei

49 Bond St.
New York 10012

“Bond Street Dojo was founded in 1973 by Terry Dobson and Ken Nisson, and originally located at 49 Bond Street, prior to relocating to its current location on 29th Street in midtown Manhattan in 2007…Bond Street Dojo (incorporated as New York Aikido Society, Inc.) is a not-for-profit organization established as a place for learning and practice of the martial art of aikido. We are governed by a board of directors elected from and by the membership.”


Jikishinkan Aikido Dojo

316 Dean St, 2nd Fl
Brooklyn, NY 11217
(347) 432-6105

“The dojo follows the tradition of its founder, Sensei Joseph Jarman, and his teacher, Shihan Fumio Toyoda, late Chief Instructor and Founder of the Aikido Association of America. The name Jikishinkan (‘direct mind’) was given to the dojo by Shihan Toyoda, and reflects the dojo’s emphasis on the overlap between Buddhist teaching and Aikido…Aikido practice consists of a variety of empty-hand and weapon techniques which redirect an attacker’s energy in a controlled and compassionate defense….Zazen creates an opportunity for students to see through the fog of dualism and directly experience the ‘one-ness’ of all things. By learning to calm the endless ripples of our mind, we can see things just as they are.”


Ki Aikido Federation of New York

Sensei James Stringer

37 West 26th Street, 9th Floor (Stepping Out Studios)
New York 10010

“The New York Ki Federation is affiliated with the Ki Aikido Federation of Great Britain.  The Federation is a non-profit organization whose aims are to cultivate and develop coordination of mind and body using principles of Ki and to teach Ki Aikido to its members…To experience the difference that the practice of Aikido can make in your life, call in to the studio and take a free class. The first class for new students is always free.”


Kokushi Budo Institute

Professor Nobuyoshi Higashi

332 Riverside Drive btw 105th and 106th St.
New York 10025

Instructors are also certified in Judo, Jiu Jitsu, and Karate. “With world class instruction by the Higashi family, the Kokushi Budo Institute offers you authentic, traditional martial arts instruction with modern day practical applications. We provide martial arts as a tool for enhancing your quality of life by improving physical fitness, developing a healthy mind and acquiring a time-tested skill set…KBI was originally established in 1965, as a branch of Kokushikan University during an initiative program to globalize Judo in accordance with Jigoro Kano’s vision.”


New York Aikikai

Yoshimitsu Yamada

142 W. 18th Street
New York 10011
Fax: 212-242-9749

“The New York Aikikai is home to chief instructor Yoshimitsu Yamada Sensei (8th Dan, Shihan, President of the United States Aikido Federation), a direct student of the founder of aikido, Morihei Ueshiba. With over fifty-two years of history, the New York Aikikai is the oldest continuously operating dojo in the Continental United States. World-renowned and respected for its traditional aikido instruction and outstanding faculty, it offers unmatched training opportunities for beginners and advanced students alike.”


New York Yoshinkan Aikido

Sensei Joe Scarlato

35 W 31st  6th Floor
New York, NY 10001

“The New York Yoshinkan Aikido Dojo was founded in 1994 by David Fryberger Sensei as the only school of Aikido in New York City teaching Gozo Shioda Sensei’s Yoshinkan style…The New York dojo is affiliated directly with the Headquarters Dojo and remains as the only school in the NYC area teaching the Yoshinkan style. Our philosophy is one of dedicated training in a positive, non-competitive environment with an emphasis on the fundamental movements of Aikido.”


Shin-Budo Kai

Shizuo Imaizumi

77 8th Avenue, lower level
New York 10014

“Since 1988, Shin Budo Kai has been committed to creating an atmosphere where students can be comfortable on the mat, advance at their own pace, and polish their knowledge of traditional Japanese budo to a degree rarely found in martial arts schools.  We offer a well balanced Aikido program that includes ukemi,bokkendo, jodo, and genkido.”


Zenshinkai Aikido of Manhattan

Gary Wagener, Dojocho/Chief Instructor

62 E 4th St
Manhattan, NY 10003
b/t Cooper Sq & Bowery in East Village
(908) 391-0860

“Zenshinkai Aikido of Manhattan is affiliated with the Zenshinkai Aikido Association, a United-States based organization of dojo committed to developing and maintaining the philosophy that mind and body are one through the training methods of aikido, zen and related budo…Gary Wagener Sensei is a Sandan (3rd degree black belt) Aikikai, recognized by Hombu dojo in Japan. In 2012 he was appointed as a member of the National Teaching Committee for Zenshinkai Aikido Association.”





Jeet Kune Do / Martial Arts

Sifu: Chris Moran

300 West 43rd Street
New York, NY 10036

“JKD NYC is the new home for mixed martial arts, self-defense, and fitness training in NYC…We provide a unique program based on the combat arts of Bruce Lee’s JKD, Savate Kickboxing, Muay Thai, Wing Chun, Kali/Escrima, and Ju Jitsu.”


New York Martial Arts Academy

Head Instructor Dino Orfanos

253-26 Northern Blvd
Little Neck, NY 11362
(718) 281-1717

“In 1985 NY Martial Arts Academy was the first school in the tri-state area to teach Jeet Kune Do. Since that time there have been over 4,500 students trained at our academy. Through the years we have maintained our high standards through small group lessons, personalized attention and constant interaction with our students.” Chief Instructor Ofanos was certified in Jeet Kune Do under Chris Kent, Ted Wong, and in R. Gracie Jiu Jitsu under Grandmaster Reylson Gracie. Also offers Kali and Silat.





Pekiti Tirsia

Mataas Na Guro Agapito Gonzalez

Logan Lo

265 West 72nd Street, New York, N.Y. at the World Yoga Center.
Tuesday evenings, 8:30 until 10:00.

Pekiti Tirsia is a Filipino martial art of blades, sticks, knives, empty hands, and combinations of these weapons. This particular system favors close quarters training over long distance or medium range. We have been in the same location in NYC’s Upper West Side for over 20 years.

Anderson’s Martial Arts Academy

Sifu Dan Anderson

Si Hing Phil Cruz

394 Broadway
Ground Fl
New York, NY 10013

“We offer world-class training in Bruce Lee’s Jun Fan Gung Fu – Jeet Kune Do Concepts (JKD), Filipino Martial Arts (Inosanto Method), Muay Thai, Wrestling and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. We also combine those arts in their most effective states to offer practical self-defense training for men, women, and children…We invite you to come in and do a FREE private lesson.”


EBMAS New York City / Wing Tzun & Latosa Escrima

Dai Sihing Zsolt (George) Boka

Si-Sok Edgar Rotger, Primary Instructor

UPDATE  June 2014:
BROOKLYN,NY (316 7th ST., BROOKLYN, NY 11215)

“The Filipino martial art of Escrima (Latosa Weapons System), is actually a method that aligns your whole body to create energy and power while providing a proven practical method of self-defense. Escrima is a art form that challenges you to think outside of the box…Wing Tzun is the most efficient system of unarmed self-defense ever devised.”


Five Points Academy

Arjan Steve Milles and Arjan Simon Burgess

148 Lafayette Street, Ground Floor
New York, NY 10013

Also offers Muay Thai and Judo. “Five Points Academy is a unique fitness facility in downtown New York City that encourages people of all ages and backgrounds to meet their fitness goals in an exciting and motivating manner. You’ll find a community of serious athletes, weekend warriors, and health-minded individuals dedicated to improving their strength, skills and athletic performance.” Offers a complimentary trial class.


Kapatiran Mandirigma NYC Chapter

Master Instructor Damon Abraham

Our official NYC location for Kombatan group classes is TBA.  Contact Guro Damon Abraham for information about Private and Semi-Private lessons:

“Kapatiran Mandirigma (KM) is an organization of like-minded martial artists from various Filipino (Arnis, Eskrima, Kali) and Indonesian (Pencak Silat, Kuntao) martial arts backgrounds.  The goal of KM is to create a martial arts brotherhood to honor our teachers by sharing and teaching our arts and to learn from one another without ego or politics.  KM promotes inclusivity versus exclusivity and emphasizes humility, dignity, and fraternity in martial arts practice.”



Kuntaw Martial Arts

Kyud Leon Simmons

753 Flatbush Ave
2nd Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11226

ph: 347-585-0088

“The ancient Filipino art of hand and foot fighting.”


Modern Arnis Domog

Punong Guro Doug Pierre

188 East 3rd. Street (betw. Ave A & B)
New York, NY 10009

“Our program consists of a no-nonsense approach to defense using rattan sticks as training tools. Students are instructed in empty hand methods which constitute the karate, jujitsu, and kickboxing aspects of this Art. The result is a fluid and graceful form of realistic self defense, which can be learned and practiced by anyone not just the young and fit…Sifu/Guro Doug Pierre, Chief Instructor, is a two time World Arnis (stick fighting) Champion. Sifu Pierre is one of the foremost authorities in the art of Arnis/Kali/Escrima, with more than thirty-five years of training in the martial arts.”


Neo Tribe Kali

Guro Jeff Chung

The address is located on Blossom Avenue, just off Main Street, in Flushing. It is a several minute walk south of the Main Street stop, either on the 7 Subway line, or the LIRR (Port Washington Branch).

“Neo Tribe Kali is an aggressive form of self-protection skills that focuses upon successful outcomes in personal physical encounters. In order to understand and best prepare for potential conflict in the streets and elsewhere, all students are taught to recognize REAL violence and learn necessary preparation for survival.”


Sistema Mano Corto (Kali)

Guro Jesus Vazquez

123 Bowery Street 5th floor
New York 10002

“Guru Jesus Vasquez has devoted many years of his life to the study and practice of martial arts, dating back to his first karate class at the age of 13. Upon discovering the warrior arts of the Philippines, Guru Vasquez decided to focus all his attention and talents to Kali. As he focus on studying Wing Chun and Kali under the great tutelage of Chief instructor Joseph Musse. After 10 years of hard and vigorous training Guru Vasquez applied his focus to a system called Systema mano Corto: Kali…a close quarter kali fighting system that may easily adapt to a medium or long range practical application. In this fighting system you can apply many forms from stick to stick, stick and dagger, and empty hands to any of the range applications.”




The India Center

244 Fifth Ave, 2nd Floor, #V248,
New York, NY 10001
(212) 561 – 0504

“Kalari Payattu is an Indian martial art from the southern state of Kerala. One of the oldest fighting systems in existence, it is practiced in Kerala and contiguous parts of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka as well as northeastern Sri Lanka and among the Malayali community of Malaysia. Kalari payat includes strikes, kicks, grappling, preset forms, weaponry and healing methods… Northern kalari payat is based on the principle of hard technique, while the southern style primarily follows the soft techniques, even though both systems make use of internal and external concepts.”


Sikh Martial Arts Academy of New York

Gaganpreet Singh, Sandeep Singh, Amrinder Singh,Hartpreet Singh, Abinash Kaur, Kiranpreet Kaur



“You don’t have to be Indian, you can be any race and color. We teach everyone. It’s self defense. Sikh Martial arts, also known as Gatka.”


NY Gatka Akhara

“Gatka is an ancient martial art which has been thoroughly battle-tested and has existed in northern India for thousands of years.”





One With Heart NYC

Bantoe Sam Duffy

248 West 14th Street, 2nd Floor
New York 10011

Currently no web presence for this school. Defunct?


Inti Ombak Pencak Silat New York

Dr. Guru Madya Charles Brandon Stauft, Ph.D.

Private instruction is available in Suffolk and Nassau counties.

“Inti Ombak (Inner Wave) Pencak Silat is a system of indigenous martial arts from the Indonesian Archipelago. It incorporates two major lineages. One lineage is from the sultanate of Mataram in central Java (Jogjakarta) and involves high stances. The other lineage utilizes low, wide stances from the island of Madura. The philosophical and physical mixture of these two ancestors results in wave behavior ‘In the front as a leader, in the middle as a balancer, in the back as an advocate.’…IOPS teaches the use of an array of weapons from the Indonesian archipelago including knife (pisau and kerambit), staff (toya), stick (tongkat), sai (tjabang, trishula, tripong), whip (pecut), sickle (clurit), and sword (single and double-edged).”


Silat Perisai Diri

Guru Yana (Tribe of Java)

743 8th Ave. btw 46th and 47th, 3rd Fl.
New York 10010

As of June 2014, not sure if this address is current.


White Crane Silat New York City

Wun Fie Loa

NY Chinese Cultural Center
390 Broadway, Manhattan, 2nd Floor
CAP21 Studios
18 West 18 Street, Manhattan (check at reception for studio assignment)

“Although called Bangau Putih – White Crane, and the Symbol of the school shows this animal, the Style (Martial Arts) has different animal forms…There are also several weapons forms such as Pedang (saber), double edged sword, staff, sticks, and knives to name just a few. Movements can be very hard fighting techniques on one hand which can include difficult acrobatic skills, or less muscular movements of the sort associated with internal systems, movements in the women’s system, and energy development techniques. White Crane Silat traces its origins to the monasteries and convents of China around 600 A.D….The White Crane Silat lineage is currently taught through Persatuan Gerak Badan (the Organization for Harmonious Body Movement), an Indonesian organization founded in 1952 by the late Grandmaster Subur Rahardja (Suhu).”




Shinkageryu Hyoho – The U.S. Marobashikai

Masami Shioda, Shihan

151 West 26th Street, 5 & 6 floor
New York, NY 10001

(917) 864-6781

Traditional Ken-Jutsu. “The Shinkageryu Hyoho U.S. Marobashikai is the international U.S. chapter of the Shinkageryu Hyoho Marobashikai of Japan.” Established in NYC in 2002 by Grand Master Watanabe Tadashige.



Shozo Kato Sensei, Head Instructor

265 Madison Avenue, 5th Floor (Entrance on 39th Street)
(entrance reads “Kyokushin-Kai Dojo”)
New York City

“The Shidogakuin dojo was established in 1984 by Shozo Kato and Tsuyoshi Inoshita, initially under the name of Doshikan. Shidogakuin has grown from a single dojo in Manhattan into an organization that includes many affiliated dojos along the east coast, including Connecticut, New Jersey, Washington, D.C., and Florida…Our members include a number of accomplished practitioners in both kendo and iaido.”


New York City Kendo Club

Noboru Kataoka Sensei

Jan Hus Presbyterian Church
351 East 74th St (btw 1st Ave & 2nd Ave)
5th Floor Gym

The NYC Kendo Club was founded in 1976 by a dedicated group of American kendoists and Sensei Noboru Kataoka to cultivate the mind and body through the art of the sword. From humble beginnings, NYC Kendo has grown up as much with its locale at the top floor of the Jan Huus Church as it has with the Manhattan upper-east side community.”


Japanese Swordsmanship Society

Pearl Studios, Room #PH2
500 Eighth Avenue (between 35th & 36th Streets)
New York NY

“The Japanese Swordsmanship Society is dedicated to preserving and promoting the traditional martial arts of Japan. JSS teaches Iaido, Naginata, Jodo and Kyudo classes in New York City and New Jersey.”



Dan Pearson, Deborah Klens-Bigman

Wednesdays, 9:00pm at Tora Dojo in Rochelle Park, NJ.  
For information on the above class, please contact the Instructor
Thursdays, 6:30 pm (swordsmanship) and 8:00pm (jodo) at Resobox Japanese Art Gallery and Cultural Center in Long Island City (Queens).  Please consult their website – for schedules and prices.

“Traditional swordsmanship, whether called iaido or iaijutsu, is descended from the fighting arts of the samurai, who ruled Japan from 1603-1868. In addition, since 2012, we have added a jodo workshop, under the supervision of a menkyo (licensed instructor) from the Capital Area Jodokai in Alexandria, VA.  Jodo employs a wooden staff as a means of non-lethal control of a swordsman.  It is always practiced in pairs. It is the aim of the Iaikai Dojo to continue these two great traditions.  Please see the Curriculum Page for an outline of our practice.”


Iaido Jiu Jitsu Kendo Club

Address: 110 W. 14th Street #2
New York, NY 10011
Phone: (212) 807-7336

“Iaido Jiu Jitsu Kendo Club is a well-established martial arts studio in New York providing various classes including karate, kendo, jiu jitsu and more. Each of our professional and experienced instructors are dedicated to helping each student achieve her or his personal self-defense goals. Our aim is to help change your lives for the better, both mentally and physically, through martial arts. ”


Byakkokan Dojo

Head Instructor Sang Kim

4 W 18th St
3rd Floor
New York, NY 10011

ph: 917-684-8120

“This school teaches the curriculum of Toyama Ryu Batto Jutsu, a style created by the Japanese Army. The Zen Nihon Batto Do Renmei and its US counterpart, the US Batto Do Federation, curriculum is also taught here.”


Brooklyn Battodo

Chief Instructor Zach Biesanz

Aikido of Park Slope
630 Sackett Street
Brooklyn, NY 11217

Brooklyn Battodo is a study group formed for the purpose of spreading Toyama ryu battodo, a style of Japanese swordsmanship. We are affiliated with Byakkokan Dojo and the United States Federation of Batto-Do.


Modern Samurai

179-04 Union Turnpike
Fresh Meadows, NY 11366
718 591-9300

“Shinkendo is the reunification of traditional, authentic, Japanese samurai swordsmanship by our founder Toshishiro Obata. Our curriculum consists of five main pillars or structures, each supporting the other in a logical, progressive format: Suburi (sword swinging) Tanrengata (forging kata) Batto-ho (drawing and re-sheathing safely and correctly) Tachiuchi (paired practice- sparring) Tameshigiri (test cutting).”


NYC Budo

Chief Instructor Matthew Ubertini

NYC Budo/Masakatsukan Dojo
208-56 Cross Island Pkwy.
2nd Level
Bayside, NY 11360

“Our school in located in Bayside, Queens, NY and teaches Seito Muso Jikiden Eishin Ryu Iaijutsu and it’s associated study of Ono-ha Itto Ryu Kenjutsu.  We also have Kendo recognized by the All US Kendo Federation from our sister dojo which is located in Long Island City.”


Sword Class NYC

Chief Instructors Raab Rashi, Tristan Żukowski, Christophe Salet

Ripley Grier Studios
520 8th Ave. 16th Floor
New York,  NY 10018

“Sword Class NYC is committed to martial training in the eastern and western sword arts.  SCNYC offers youth and adult classes 7 days a week in iaido, kendo, German longsword, arming sword and buckler, and dagger, and provides all training equipment necessary for training for our students and for the larger sword community.”





Taganashi Martial Arts

Master, Shihan Edwin Cabrera

151 West 26th Street btw 6th & 7th Ave. 6th floor
New York 10001

“Master Taganashi Martial Arts System utilizes Goju-Ryu Karate as its foundation incorporating a wide variety of techniques from Judo, Jujitsu, Aikido, Karate-Do, Dong Soo Do, Kempo, Kung-fu and Kobudo.”



Igor Dyachenko Sensei

1841 Broadway, (at the corner of 60th Street in Upper West Side)
2nd floor
New York, NY, 10023

“D-Dojo Karate offers a modern approach to a classical Japanese karate education where we integrate our curriculum with modern science and various martial art principles. As you progress in rank, you’ll gain athletic agility, improve performance and have a greater sense of well-being. What’s more, D-Dojo students who pursue and earn a black belt will also complete an enriching experience.”

Empty Cup Karate – Goju-ryu Karate

Sensei Matt Stanley

440 Lafayette Street, 4th Floor
New York 10003

“Empty Cup Karate teaches traditional Okinawan Goju-Ryu and self defense in NYC. We offer traditional karate training that integrates modern research and insights, and self defense workshops for communities that are particularly impacted by violence. Empty Cup Karate actively welcomes students from all genders, orientations, ages, financial statuses, backgrounds, and physical fitness levels.”

Harlem Children’s Zone Karate-Do Club

Abdul Aziz Sensei

TRUCE Fitness & Nutrition Center
147 Saint Nicholas Avenue
New York 10026

“Truce Fitness and Nutrition Center provides free services to Harlem residents, which includes martial arts, fitness and nutrition training and assessment, and aerobics…Sensei Aziz has been teaching at TFNC since the program began. His teaching style— passionate, precise, perfectionist— reflects 42 years of intense dedication to the field of martial arts, which Aziz began studying at the age of eight, under the tutelage of his brother. “

Harlem Karate

Doctor Ernest Hyman

Harlem Karate Institute
240 East 109th Street
3rd Floor
New York, NY 10035

“Great Grand Master Hyman has been teaching the benefits of Martial Science for over 40 years. Located in Harlem, NY Dr. Hyman utilizes his true passion for Martial Science to educate and train his students (of all ages) to become better human beings; not just trained fighters.”

Herve Karate Class

120 Walker St.
New York 10013

Japan Karate Association of New York

Master Masataka Mori

248 West 60 street
New York, NY 10023

JOSIAH Kenpo Studio

Sensei Melford Josiah Brooks

210 East 90th Street
(3rd Ave & 90th Street)
Basement Suite
New York, New York 10128

“Josiah Kenpo Karate (JKK) is a studio dedicated to teaching effective self defense techniques to both children and adults on the upper east side of Manhattan. In particular, Josiah Kenpo teaches American Kenpo Karate in the style of Ed Parker (considered the founder of American Kenpo). The Josiah Kenpo Karate studio…manages to maintain a low teacher to student ratio in a studio that operates six days per week, morning through evening.”

Karatedo Honma Dojo

Sensei Masahiko Honma

58 East 11th Street (bet. University Place and Broadway)
5th floor.
New York 10003

“Karatedo Honma Dojo is a traditional martial arts school in the heart of Union Square. We offer classes for children and adults. Our style is the result of Sensei Masahiko Honma’s years of experience and personal insight into the martial arts.”

Kenshikaikan Karate

Shihan Leighton Barker

Vanderbilt YMCA
224 E. 47 St
New York 10017

“A superior program of aerobic exercise, self-defense, and traditional martial arts discipline, KENSHIKAI KARATE is designed for men and women of all ages. A traditional form of karate, Kenshikai is derived from the Japanese martial arts, Kyokushinkai and Seido karate. Vanderbilt YMCA’s chief instructor is Shuseki Shihan Leighton Barker, a 7th degree Black Belt, who studied under Seido Karate Grandmaster Tadashi Nakamura for over 25 years.”

Kokushi Budo Institute

Professor Nobuyoshi Higashi

331 Riverside Drive
New York, NY
(646) 828-7954

“With world class martial arts NYC instruction by the Higashi family, the Kokushi Budo Institute in NYC offers you authentic, traditional martial arts NYC instruction with modern day practical applications. We provide martial arts as a tool for enhancing your quality of life by improving physical fitness, developing a healthy mind and acquiring a time-tested skill set.”

Kyokushin New York City

265 Madison Ave
New York, NY 10016
(212) 947-3334

“The Official US Branch of the International Karate Organization Kyokushinkaikan. Creating Champions Since 1953.”

Manhattan Shorinji Kempo

Zim Phan

Vincent Arbor

Pearl Studios
500 8th Ave (Btwn 35th & 36th)
4th Floor
(212) 904-1850

“Manhattan Shorinji Kempo teaches a practical style of martial arts which pulls from many forms but primarily from Shorinji Kempo which has strong roots in Kung Fu. Our emphasis is the pratical application of our training not only as a form of self defense but also in day to day interactions with people…Our school is small and is operated as a 501(c)3 not for profit, all tuition is put towards paying for our facilities and equipment.”

Shorin-Ryu (Matsubayashi) Karate

Max Crevani, Kyoshi, 8th dan

Ripley-Grier Studio
131 West 72 Street #2R
New York, New York 10023
(212) 875-8826

” Traditional, strict Okinawan karate-do based on the teachings of Grand Master Shoshin Nagamine (1907-1997) and Master(Soke) Takayoshi Nagamine (1945-2012).”

Ueshiro Midtown Karate Dojo

Hanshi Robert Scaglione

Kyoshi Michael Mackay

Athletic Center of the St. Bart’s Community House
109 East 50th St., between Park and Lexington Aves

“At the Ueshiro Midtown Dojo you will be introduced to traditional Okinawan karate, the original form, as it has been practiced for centuries… Shorin-Ryu Karate USA was founded by Grand Master Ansei Ueshiro, an Okinawan who arrived on the mainland of the United States on September 15, l962. He was one of the first Asian martial artists to bring karate to this country, and he went on to become one of the most influential karatemen in the world today.”

New Breed Life Arts Center

Kushinda Lamar Thornton

233 W. 135th St – downstairs
New York 10030
212-749-0434 24 hour phone
212-926-9001 school phone

“At New Breed Life Arts, we prepare our students for real life challenges. By instilling the virtues of our dojo, they are trained to improve their selves in all aspects of life. Personal behavior and moral conscience are stressed. A key aspect to improve character, attitude, and self-control is self-discipline.”

Nisei Goju Ryu World Headquarters

Hanshi Wilfredo Roldan

130 E. 7th Street
New York 10009

“Our form of Karate – Goju Ryu, along with the many other types of Karate does not only train us in self defence but many other hidden advantages to the student of Goju.” [In addition to Karate, also teaches Arnis stick-fighting].

N.Y. Shorin Ryu Karate

Sensei Elliot Zgodny

Stepping Out Dance Studio
37 West 26th Street
9th floor
New York, NY 10010
212-490-9600 x238

“At NY Shorin Ryu our main purpose is to provide an atmosphere for advanced Matsubayashi Shorin Ryu practioners to explore and develop effective self-defense techniques drawn from kata. Members can still train on their own or at other schools or styles to develop others aspects of their art… We are not a commercial enterprise…Our classes are informal.  Uniform and belt are optional.”

Original Karate Dojo

Samad “Greywolf” Raatib

669 Lenox Avenue
New York 10039

“We of the Original Karate Dojos come from a long line of great, and legendary martial arts instructors, who never believed in taking the easy way out of training, or their daily lives.  We were taught never to be short on technique, nor the ability to perform the latter, but with a mind of, humbleness and continual improvement on a daily basis.”

Original Karate Dojo Associaton (N.Y.O.K.D.A) / Thornwood

Eugenio Jimenez, Sensei

190th Broadway, next to Train station
(2nd Floor)
New York, NY 10456

Seishinkan Martial Arts

Chief Instructor Michael Calandra

 260 Jericho Turnpike
Floral Park, NY 11001
(Nassau County, LI)

“Seishinkan Martial Arts is a traditional dojo. We teach Isshin-Ryu Karate, Chen Style Taijiquan Practical Method,Sosuishitsu-Ryu Jujutsu, Matayoshi Kobudo, Katori Shinto-Ryu (Sugino-Ha), Shindo Muso-Ryu Jodo, and Feeding Crane Kung-Fu. Our school began in 1983 and stresses realistic self-defense training, and offers classes for children & adults.”

Shinjinbukan New York Branch

Jimmy Mora Sensei

939 8th Ave, #307
New York 10019

“Our school is a private dojo [whose] mission is to preserve and promote the traditions of the Shinkinbukan School in Okinawa, Japan.”

Shorei-Kan Okinawan Goju Ryu Karate

Sensei Charles Bentz

122 W. 27 St. 2nd Floor
New York 10021

“Training in the art of Shorei-Kan Karate requires discipline and the control and strengthening of both physical and mental energies toward the goal of a “state of enlightenment” and physical excellence. At Shorei-Kan of NYC we train, we exercise, we learn self defense, we meditate, we have fun and we learn an amazing martial art.”

ShorinjiKempo New York City Branch

Atsushi Ohashi Sensei

Teatro Circulo Studio
64 East 4th Street, 3rd Floor
(between Bowery and 2nd Avenue)
New York, NY 10003

New York City Shotokan Karate Dojo

George Goshadze

Athletic & Recreation Center
55 Lexington Avenue, Level B1, New York, NY 10010
(Enter from 24th street)

“NYC Shotokan Karate Dojo was founded by sensei George Goshadze, who joined Baruch College in 2001 as an MBA student and has since been teaching Karate Course 1310 as part of the college’s physical education program. Sensei Goshadze (Godan, SKIF) is a top level Shotokan Karate instructor with over 20 years teaching experience. He was a founder and chief instructor of one of the most successful dojos of country of Georgia and has produced numerous national champions.”

Shotokan Karate-Do with Bennett Sensei

Mr. Bennett Sensei

18 West 18th Street
New York, NY 10011
(718) 798-2920

Tekken-Do Shotokan Karate-Way of the Iron Fist™

Sensei Luis Castillo

556 W 158th St
2nd Floor
New York, NY 10032
[Please be advised that we are currently relocating the Dojo]

U.S. Budo Kai-Kan

Grandmaster Rico Guy

110 W. 14th St. 2 Floor
New York 10011

“All classes are overseen by Chief Grand Master Rico Guy and taught by his highly trained black belts.He is founder and head of the U.S. Budo Kai-Kan celebrating its 30th anniversary. Mr. Guy is ranked as follows: Iaido (samurai sword) 9th degree; Kendo (stickfighting) 8th degree; Goju-Ryu Karate 10th degree; and Go Kempo-Jitsu he is founder and 10th degree.”

Women’s Center Karate Club

Sensei Denise Williams

520 8th Ave., 16th Floor (Ripley-Grier Rehearsal Studios)
New York 10018

“The Women’s Center Karate Club, founded in 1975 by Susan Ribner and now headed by Denise Williams, 4th degree black belt, is an all female school dedicated to serious karate training in a supportive environment. We are devoted to the empowerment of women and girls of all ages and physical abilities. The karate style practiced at our school is a Japanese style called Shotokan.”

World Kanreikai Karate

Shihan Jose Cotton

All Saints Ukrainian Church
206 East 11th Street
(646) 580-DOJO (3656)

“Kanreikai Karate is a full contact style, but classes are structured so that students of all levels and abilities are able to train safely. Whatever one’s initial level of fitness or previous experience, the training will enable one to gain strength, speed, flexibility and stamina. Under the guidance of experienced instructors, students are taught karate basics and forms as well as the elements of fighting : combinations of punches and kicks, footwork, defensive moves and strategy.”

World Oyama Karate Iwata Dojo

Sensei Hiro Iwata

West Side Dance Project / Joria Productions.
260 West 36th Street
New York, NY 10018

“Karate-Do Iwata Dojo is Japanese Karate which has its roots in Kyokushin Karate (Mas Oyama’s Karate) – full contact style Karate, not a point system…Though Sensei Iwata appreciates and understands the benefits of the large commercialized Karate organizations for making Karate popular and recognizable, he refused to make a business out of Karate and having his students as customers. Thus he collects just the minimum fee to keep the studio space and teaches out of his passion for Karate.”

World Oyama Karate Matsumoto Dojo

Sensei Daisuke Matsumoto

35 W. 31st St. 6th floor (btw 5th Ave and Broadway)
New York 10001

“Matsumoto Dojo is the official Manhattan branch of the World Oyama Karate Organization. We offer traditional Japanese full-contact karate in a unique and modern setting. From kata and weapons, to self-defense and bag training, our classes are designed to help you set short term goals—and reach your long term goals.”

World Seido Karate Organization

Kaicho T. Nakamura

61 W. 23rd St.
New York 10010

“Seido’s 23rd street location in New York City serves as World Headquarters, or “Honbu”, for the Seido organization. With over 7,500 sq. ft, classes are offered 7 days a week for all belt levels. In addition to two large training areas, a well-equipped exercise area is also available. Weights, benches, heavy bags, mats, and other equipment are available at designated times… Seido’s founder and chairman Kaicho T. Nakamura and Seido’s vice chairman, Nidaime A. Nakamura, both teach classes at this location.”



New York Ninpokai / Honbu

Director and Senior Instructor, James Loriega

609 Avenue X
Brooklyn, NY 11235

“The New York Ninpokai was founded by James Loriega-Shihan, a ninjutsu practitioner who began his formal Shinobi training in 1967 under the personal mentorship of the late Grandmaster Ronald Duncan, the Father of American Ninjutsu. The Ninpokai provides traditional instruction in the Koryu Shinobi arts. Beyond the ubiquitous Taijutsu (unarmed combat) and Kobujutsu (ninja weaponry) arts, we are unique in also teaching the higher order arts of Ninso (Japanese face-reading), Satsujin (opponent assessment), Katsusatsu (Moxibustion and other resuscitation methods), and Shinri-Gaku (psychological methods of deception).”


Muzosa Bujinkan Dojo of NYC

Jeff Christian and Rob Flanagan

Queens and Manhattan locations


Teaches “the traditional samurai and ninja arts of Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu as taught by Soke Masaaki Hatsumi.”




Cranford Judo & Karate Club

107 South Avenue W.
Cranford, NJ 07016
(908) 276-3544

Sumo taught on Wednesday evenings.


South Mountain Martial Arts

Mark Lawrence (Sumo), Dayn DeRose (Judo, Jujitsu, Kenpo, & Sambo)

91 Main Street
Madison New Jersey 07940-1849 
(973) 822-1977

“Koryu Judo & Sumo. Amateur sumo is a well organized, immensely enjoyable form of grappling which has been gaining popularity around the world. The rules for sumo are simple. Two contestants, wearing only grippable body wraps (“mawashi”), use various strategies and techniques – some of which are surprisingly subtle – to upset each other’s balance. A victory occurs when one of the two opponents touches the playing floor with any part of the body other than the soles of his or her feet, or if one of the contestants is forced outside a playing ring which is 15 ft wide (i.e., the “dohyo”). Punching, gouging, and kicking are prohibited.  Pushing, pulling, body slapping,  tripping, and throwing techniques are allowed. The “mawashi” (sumo belt) may be grabbed anywhere around the waist, but not in the groin area. Hair-pulling is also banned.  Most victories are achieved with about a dozen of the 82 recognized kimarite (winning techniques).”




Buzz Martial Arts

Dennis Buzis

173 East 91st Street
New York 10128



Chun Martial Arts Center of Manhattan

Richard Chun

220 East 86th Street (Between 2nd & 3rd Ave.)
New York 10028



Bronx Combat Hapkido Club

Sr. Master Alfred Medina

Bronx Combat Hapkido Club /Martial Academy for Self Defense
2301 Yates Ave
Bronx NY 10462


“Practical street self defense for adults”


Harlem Children Zone Chang Moo Kwon Tae Kwon Do

Geoff Canada

103 W. 107 St.
New York 10025



Harlem Tae Kwon Do

72 W. 125th Street at Lenox Avenue
New York 10027


Fax: 917-492-5665


International Martial Arts Center

Master Andrew J Hahn

4 W. 18th St 2nd Floor (off 5th Ave)
New York 10011



International Taekwon-Do Academy ITF

Rodolfo Carrera

54 Nagle Ave 2nd floor
New York 10040



Jae Hwa Kwon Tae Kwon Do

36 W. 13th St.
New York 10011



Kuk Sool Won

Master Eung Koo Lee

Instructor: Nelson Lacruz

151 West 26th Street
New York 10001



MK Park Martial Arts Center/MK Taekwondo

Grandmaster M.K. Park

152 W. 26th St.
New York 10001


Tae Kwon Do, Tang Soo Do, and Boxing.


Professional Taekwondo

Master Kwang Sup Kim

200 East 23rd Street – N/R, 6
New York 10010



S.J. Kim’s Taekwondo

Suk Jun Kim

1628 Broadway 3rd Floor (at 50th St.)
New York 10019



T. Kang Taekwondo Martial Arts Center

Grandmaster Tae Sun Kang

349 Broadway
New York 10013



West Side Taekwondo

799 Amsterdam Ave.
New York 10025


Fax 212-663-4570


World Martial Arts Center

In Ji Yong

69 West 14th St. 4th Floor
New York 10011






Authentic Wu Mei Kung Fu Association

Sifu Ken Lo

Childrens Aid Society, 219 Sullivan St.
New York 10012

Call 917-885-8598 or fax 718-399-1401

“Sifu Lo began his martial arts training in 1963… At the Wu Mei Kung Fu Association, we believe in the traditional apprenticeship method to train students to become the next generation of Masters. Classes are ongoing; there are no sections or semesters. The learning is never ending…Grandmaster Sifu Ken Lo oversees every student’s’ training and provides an environment of highly trained senior instructors to act as “big brothers and sisters” to less experienced students, thereby providing different examples of high skill for beginning students to follow. The traditional mentor training touches and improves all aspects of the apprentices’ lives… The mentor training is all but lost in China and the rest of the modern world. The Wu Mei Kung Fu Association is one of the few remaining sources of this kind of life training. A typical class includes and integrates the laws of physics, biomechanics, martial arts, visual arts, poetry, traditional Chinese medical theory, Chinese philosophy, Buddhism, Taoism, mathematics, Feng Shui, oracle, tea appreciation and fitness science. Where else can you be immersed in such an environment?”


Bo Law Kung Fu

Master Paul Koh

69 West 14th Street
4th floor
New York, NY 10011
Telephone (212) 925-3339

“With over 30 years of experience, Master Koh offers our students guidance on many levels. His knowledge and understanding of Kung Fu technique, theory and strategy are unparalleled, but, his unique ability to bridge classical Kung Fu wisdom to modern day life is what inspires students to go deeper and farther into their training. The Art of Kung Fu as taught by Master Koh is a unique and rejuvenating exercise which incorporates the ever-present philosophy of mind-body connection, and the idea of knowing oneself.”


Chinese Kung Fu Wu Su Association

Grandmaster Alan Lee

28 West 27th St.
New York 10001

“The Chinese Kung-Fu, Wu-Su Association has been a beacon of traditional martial arts in New York City for over 45 years. Our founder, Grandmaster Alan Lee, was one of the first to teach this knowledge openly to all, regardless of race. The school he founded continues to pioneer the instruction of a once obscure art. In continuous operation since 1967, the Chinese Kung-Fu, Wu-Su Association teaches a highly unique system based on all aspects of traditional Chinese martial arts.”


Choy Lee Fut Kung Fu American Chinese Martial Arts Federation

211 East Broadway
New York 10002 


Dachengdao Kungfu Center

Wang Rengang

International Dachengdao Inc.
83-02A Broadway 3rd Floor
Elmhurst, Queens NY 11377

646-279-1428 (Mandarin), 718-505-5818 (English)

“International Dachengdao Inc., founded in 2002 by Grandmaster Wang Rengang, is a traditional Chinese martial arts organization based in Elmhurst, NY. Our mission is to promote authentic and traditional Chinese martial arts.  Our tradition is based primarily in Da cheng quan, Hao style Taiji Plum Blossom Praying Mantis, and other internal styles.”


Dazzling Hands Chinese Kung Fu

Sifu Richard Huang

151 W. 26st Street, 6th floor
New York 10001



Master J. Teasley

Chinese Cultural Center

390 Broadway, 2nd Fl.
New York 10013

“Teasley’s Traditional School of Wu Shu was founded by Grand Master J. Teasley in 1997 in Oceanside, New York. At his Kwoon [Chinese for community practice hall], Grand Master Teasley teaches both internal and external systems of Kung Fu: Tai Chi Chuan — the Supreme Ultimate Method (internal martial art). The four major styles are Zhao Bao, Chen, Yang and Sun and form the major component of the internal curriculum. Chang Chuan — Northern Long Fist (external art) are comprised of three components: Ancient Spring Leg, The Seven Animals, and The Eighteen Classical Weapons of Chinese Kung Fu. Grand Master Teasley also teaches: Tao Yin [Taoist Yoga], Transformational Chi Kung [Life Force Work], Ming Yi [Bright Mind Meditation].”


Jow Ga Kung Fu & Tai Chi Chuan

GM. Dr.Chuck Yuen Cheuk Fai

Dr.Chuck Yuen
118 Baxter Street.#304
NY, NY 10013
917 420 1477

“We teach Traditional Southern Chinese Martial Arts Culture in the heart of NYC’s Chinatown, in the community center for the Adult and children’s after school program. Includes Jow Ga Kuen, Tai Chi Chuan, Lion Dance, Dit Da Herbal Treatment.”


Kwang Tung Kuo-Min

42 Bowery
New York 10013



Lama Kung-fu

247 W 35th St
New York, New York
(212) 239-8619


L’institut du Dragon – Secret of the Iron Flower Fist

Shifu Taho Husain

214 West 29th St. Room 1001
New York 10001



NY Northern Shaolin Kung Fu School

Sifu Clayton Shiu

122 West 27th St. 2nd Fl.
New York 10001



Ng Mui Kung Fu

Sifu Peggy Chau

Fighthouse – 122 West 27th Street 2nd Fl.
New York 10001



Liu He Zi Ran Men / Wushu Training Center Sifu Chen Ying

Master Chen Ying

99 Canal Street
5th Floor
New York, NY 10002

“The Liu He Zi Ran Men / Wushu Training Center was opened by Master Chen Ying in 1997 in New York City. Sifu Chen teaches both Contemporary Wushu as well as Wan Lai Sheng’s Natural Style (Zi Ran Men) Kung Fu and Traditional Shaolin Six Harmony (Liu He Men) Kung Fu. Classes are available for all ages and skill levels and are taught in a relaxed environment. Private instruction is available. Please call to schedule your first class.”


Natural Chinese Martial Arts

Lin Chih-Young (David Lin)

320 W. 37th, Suite 2B
New York


“Grand Master Lin was born in 1935 in Nanking, Mainland China. His family relocated to Taiwan, Republic of China in 1948…. Many years ago, Master Lin came to New York City, and he has been teaching in the Manhattan area ever since. He is Director of both the Pa-Kua Chang and Shuai-Chiao divisions of the United States Chinese Kuoshu Federation. He is also Shuai-Chiao Director of the United Kung-Fu federation of North America. He has helped promote Chinese Martial Arts within many famous national and international organizations such as the AAU.”


NYKK Gym Chelsea

Steve Ventura

43 West 24th Street, 3rd Floor
New York 10010



NYKK Gym Midtown

David A. Ross

336 W 37th Street, 5th Floor (501)
New York 10018

212 239-8619


North Sky Kung Fu

Sifu Dario Acosta, Sifu Julie Ann

150 West 28th Street, #303
New York, NY

“North Sky Kung Fu is founded on the idea of teaching practical martial arts while preserving a unique Kung Fu system. Our goal is to capture the full meaning of Eagle Claw Kung Fu or Ying Jow Pai, and pass along its benefits to students. We also teach Wu Style Tai Chi an essential part of Chinese Martial arts that adds balance and harmony to one’s practice.”


Pachi Tanglang Martial Arts Institute

Dr. Su Yu Chang

380 Broadway
New York, NY 10012

718-805-8532 or 917-582-8280

“New students begin studying Tanglang, Pakua, Hsing-I or Tai Chi, but all styles, including Pikua and Pachi, are taught during all classes.”


Pa-Kua Martial Arts

Master Katie Varenne

1017 Sixth Ave at 38th Street, 4th Floor
New York 10018



Praying Mantis Martial Arts Institute

Master Tony Chuy

156 W. 44th Street, 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10036

“Master Tony Chuy began his martial arts training at the age of 14 in Hong Kong, where he studied under Grandmaster Lam Hay who taught Northern Eagle Claw and Choy Lee Fut styles. He later studied the Praying Mantis system under Grandmaster Brendan Lai and Grandmaster Chiu, Chuk-Kai and became a disciple of the system. The Praying Mantis Martial Arts Institute has been in operation 25 consecutive years.  Chief Instructor, Mr. Tony Chuy, teaches most every class. He takes particular interest in his basic and beginner level students, insuring they are receiving the best training and will have a rock solid foundation upon which to build future techniques.”


Qinna – The Art of Chinese Joint Locking

Joshua Craig

18 West 18th Street
New York 10010

“Qinna, or “Seize & Control”, is know for its effectiveness in controlling opponents… You will learn to defend against grabs, holds and chokes, and to immobilize assailants with effective subduing and controlling techniques. Minimum force is used, relying instead on a superior feeling of leverage, momentum, angulation, redirection, pressure points and joint-lock methods. Qinna has almost been lost to the world. This treasure of Chinese Gongfu is being restored through the work and teaching of Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming. Joshua Craig has been given permission by Dr. Yang to lead seminars and classes in this method.”


Robert Grant’s Fighting Arts of Old Hong Kong

Robert Grant

By appointment only, call for info.



Shaolin Kung Fu Training Center

Master Hengxin

109 West 27th St.
Studio B
New York 10001

“Shifu Hengxin (Shifu is Mandarin for Master) was introduced to martial arts at an early age when his uncle first brought him to the Songshan Shaolin Monastery…After years of training in Shaolin Martial Arts and philosophy under Shi Yanling, Shi Yanbo, Shi Yanzi and Shi Yansi, Shifu Hengxin attained the highest levels of Shaolin expertise.  In 1996, Shifu Hengxin was asked by the Shaolin Monastery to move to the United States to begin spreading Shaolin teachings…Shifu Hengxin hopes that each student shall gain a feeling of fulfillment through Shaolin Kung Fu.”


Shaolin Long Fist Kung Fu

Master Henry Gong

43 White Street – Ground Floor
New York 10013



Shaolin Temple Overseas Headquarters – Flushing

133-40 37th Avenue
Flushing, NY 11354
718 539-0872 or 718 673-0088

“The Shaolin Temple Overseas Headquarters (STOH) is the official subsidiary branch of the legendary Shaolin Temple at Song Mountain in China. The sacred mission of the STOH is to propagate and proliferate Shaolin’s traditional culture by providing the unique “Unity of Chan and Body” way of teaching. We aim to enrich the society with our focus on strengthening both the mind and the physical body as one.”


Shaolin Temple Overseas Headquarters – Manhattan

Spring Street Chiropractic
21 Spring Street (@Mott)
New York, NY 10012
646 481-4595

” This school is a branch of Shaolin Temple Overseas Headquarters under the direction of Master Guolin. We don’t require contracts . . . we offer a dynamic curriculum that keeps students captivated and coming back for more. We want students who are committed simply because they enjoy our classes and see the benefits of our training.


N. Y. Wu-Tang Chinese Martial Arts Center

Sifu Marlong Ma

134-20 Northern Blvd.
Flushing, New York 11354


U.S. Fly Dragon KungFu Fitness and Health Center

Master Yang Longfei

247 W. 35th St. 2nd Fl.
New York 10002



Temple of the Monkey

Damon Honeycutt

135 West 29th St. Suite 601
New York 10001

“‘Temple of the Monkey’ is a grassroots NYC based martial training hall founded by transdisciplinary artist Damon Honeycutt. Temple of the monkey is home to the martial art ‘Wu K’ung Wu Xing Dao’ (aware of emptiness five element way) an art rooted in the teachings of Paulie Zink and created in homage to Sun Wu K’ung and Hanuman, the two great monkey kings. Wu K’ung Wu Xing Dao, also binds the philosophy of the Tao (Dao) and its five alchemical elements, aka the Wu Xing. Wu Xing is best applied in the Taoist Yoga that is the true beginning and end of the art.”


White Crane Kung-Fu International

Chan Ton Fai

211 Canal Street, Third Floor
New York 10013


“Over the centuries, Tibetan Kung Fu had many famous masters and had developed into several different systems: Hop Gar, Lama, and White Crane. Pak-Hok (White Crane) Kung Fu International Association’s founder Chan Hak Fu is one of the most famous masters of White Crane Kung Fu. During the World War II, Chan Hak Fu served as chief martial arts instructor to the Chinese Air Force attached to the American Air Force then serving in China. After the war, he settled in Hong Kong and taught kung fu. In 1954, Chan Hak Fu and a Tai Chi Master, Ng Kung-Yee, thrilled thousands of spectators by having a life and death bout, which ended in a draw to prevent fatal casualties. Starting in 1972, Chan Hak Fu brought the world Pak-Hok Kung Fu International (White Crane Kung Fu International)…Chan Hak Fu taught Chin Ton Fee the White Crane System who is currently the Sifu (master) of the White Crane Kung Fu International in New York.”


White Eyebrow Pak Mei Kung Fu

Kwong Man Fong

118-122 Baxter St. Suite 203
New York 10013

“Pak Mei is a highly sophisticated, fast and aggressive system that is rarely seen within the realm of Chinese martial arts today….It is difficult to master, yet rewarding in multiple ways. Through the properly coordinated body mechanics, it will train your body to produce maximum power within minimal distance. You will acquire speed, stamina, fast reaction-time, alertness; and of course an overall improvement in health. Below are some of the theories embedded into our system that contribute to achieving Pak Mei skill. THE MAN FONG PAK MEI MARTIAL ARTS ASSOCIATION was established in New York City in 1974, shortly after Master Kwong Man Fong’s departure from Hong Kong in the late 1960’s.”


Wing Hong Yip’s Dragon Style Kung Fu and Tai Chi

Sifu Wing Hong Yip

315 Grand Street
New York 10002

“Since 1974, hidden on the outskirts of Chinatown, one can find Sifu Yip patiently teaching his group of dedicated students. Sifu Yip became the first instructor to teach Dragon Style Kung Fu publicly in the New York City area. He is also one of the few instructors teaching Dragon Style Kung Fu and Wu Style Tai Chi in North America. In addition, he studied briefly the White Eyebrow (Bak Mei) Kung Fu System; a sister system of Dragon Style Kung Fu. He has been teaching for over twenty-five years and has taught several thousands of students.”


Yee’s Hung Ga – Chelsea

Sifu Matthew Yee and Sifu Chris Alexander

115 W. 27th Street Suite 601
New York 10001



Yee’s Hung Ga – Chinatown

Sifu Mike Perfetto and Sifu Joseph DeMundo

197 Henry Street
New York 10002

“We teach the traditional Southern Shaolin Five Animals Kung-Fu based on the Tiger, Dragon, Leopard, Crane, and Snake. As well as the Five Elements system based on the Earth, Water, Wood, Metal, and Fire. These five animals and five elements are the basis of our technique.”


Yee’s Hung Ga – Midtown NYC

Sifu Lloyd D. Wright

520 8th Ave
New York

“Here at Yee’s Hung-Ga Kung Fu Midtown, students learn an authentic Shaolin Kung Fu system. This system has been passed down to us by our Grandmaster Frank Yee (Yee Chi Wai) and is now passed on at many branches throughout the United States, Europe and China. Hung-Ga — a Southern Shaolin style of kung fu originating in the 1800s by the great Hung Hei Guen and made famous by the Chinese folk hero Wong Fei Hung — is a system which infuses the Five Animal characteristics of the Tiger, Crane, Leopard, Snake and Dragonwith the Five Element strengths of Water, Metal, Wood, Fire and Earth.”


Ying Jow Pai Kung-Fu

Grandmaster Leung Shum

71 Hester Street (btw Ludlow and Orchard)
New York 10001

“Eagle Claw Kung Fu (Faan Tzi Ying Jow Pai) is known for its peculiar and powerful gripping techniques and for it’s intricate system of locks, takedowns, and pressure point strikes as well as long strikes. Eagle Claw is one of the oldest, most complete, most complex and devastating of the surviving Northern Shaolin styles. Master Leung Shum, the godson and top student of the late Grandmaster Ng Wai Nung, ran the Hong Kong school of Eagle Claw from the 1950’s, and came to America in 1972 to teach the system. He is one of the only instructors in the entire world qualified to teach the entire system, including the famous 108 locking techniques of Ngok Fei. When not traveling to his various schools around the world, Master Shum teaches on Saturdays in New York City.”


Yun Mu Kwan

365 Canal Street
New York 10013






 Bwarrior Martial Arts

Brayner Martinez

230 E. 53rd Street
New York 10022



FightHouse Muay Thai

Kru Brandon Levi

122 West 27th Street (Between 6th and 7th Avenues)
New York 10011

212 807 9202


Five Points Academy

Arjan Steve Milles and Arjan Simon Burgess

277 Canal Street, 3rd Floor
NY 10013



Lugsitnarong Thai Boxing Gym

Kru Phil Nurse

31 Howard St. 3rd Fl. btw Broadway and Lafayette
New York 10013



New York San Da

313 W. 37th Street, 8th floor
New York 10018



Studio 98X

98 Third Avenue 2nd Fl.
New York 10003


Teaches a wide range of martial arts including capoeira, brazilian jiu-jitsu, kickboxing, as well as kundalini yoga.


Ultimate Gym Muay Thai

1 East 28th St. 2nd Fl.
New York 10016







Advanced Natural Chinese Martial Arts

Lin Chih-Young (David Lin) – “The one and only Grand Master of the Traditional Taoist Internal Martial Arts System.”

320 W. 37th, Suite 2B
New York



Alex Dong Tai Chi

Alex Dong

440 Lafayette St. Room 4F
New York NY 10003.
Tuesday evenings from 6pm to 8pm

“Master Alex Dong is a Fourth Generation Taiji Master who was born in China and then moved to the USA. He now lives and teaches in New York City. Master Alex Dong comes from the lineage of a renowned family of Taijiquan. His greatgrandfather, Grand Master Tung Ying Jie was for many years the national champion of China. Tung Ying Jie was a leading disciple of Yang Cheng-Fu, the main proponent of the modern Yang style taiji. Tung Ying Jie had also studied with Li Xiang Yuan who was a disciple of Hao Wei Jing founder of the Hao style Taiji. Alex Dong’s grand-father, Grand Master Dong Hu Ling spread the art in Southeast Asia and the United States.”


Altheim Tai Chi Chuan

Bob Altheim

Personalized Classes In Chelsea Location



Artemis Martial Arts

Joshua Craig & Richard Gibson

10 East 18th Street, 3rd Floor
New York 10003



Brothers of Wu Dang Internal Martial Arts

Novell Laoshi

440 Lafayette Street, Room 4G (btw. E. 4th Street and Astor Place)
New York 10003



Chinese Martial Arts Association of Bagua Zhang

Head Instructor / President Chen XiaoPing

214 W. 29th Street 10th Floor
New York 10011


Chu Tai Chi

156 W. 44th St.
New York 10036

“Founded by Grandmaster C.K. Chu in 1973, the school has taught thousands of students and trained many champions using the ancient Taoist methods of internal self-cultivation. Currently, the school offers tai chi classes seven days a week for all ages and abilities. Beginners may start any day of the week. Our basic curriculum of health & self-defense classes include Tai Chi, Nei Kung, Eternal Spring Chi Kung, and Meditation. When students are ready, they can advance to Push-hands, fighting, and weapons training. We teach “Yang-style” Tai Chi Chuan as it was originally intended – as a martial art. In our footwork, we use a twist step and, therefore, we require all students to use cotton-soled tai chi slippers, which we sell in the school.”


Empty Cloud Tai Chi

210 W. 94th St.
New York 10025



Enlightened Martial Studies

Ping Zhen Cheng

130 Lafayette St.
New York 10002

“Taichizen is a modern holistic mind-body integrative system promoting “Enlightenment Living” (明心禅). It was founded by Ping Zhen Cheng in New York, a rare lineage carrier of Zen,Tibetan Buddhism and Taoist systems of treasures. Taichizen started in the 90’s, and was brought back to China after the Sichuan earthquake of 2008. Now it has over fifty centers in US and China.”


Fu & Sun Styles of Tai Chi

Brett Mahar, instructor

646 371 5533


Heart Mind Martial Arts

Yang Fukui

Call for appointment. Mailing address:

c/o Three Treasures Inc.
135 West 29th Street, Room 601
New York 10001



H. Won Tai Chi Institute

Sifu H. Won Gim

316 5th Ave, Penthouse
New York, NY 10001
(Main entrance on the 32nd street side)

“This is not yet another modern version of “Tofu style Tai Chi” which offers neither “power” nor vitality. Our style, the Classical Yang Family Tai Chi Chuan, Medium Frame/Tiger Form, is taught & practiced according to the teachings of Master Chu, Gin-Soon of Boston & the late Grandmaster Yang, Sau-Chung — the eldest son of the world famous Yang, Cheng-Fu. Master Gin-Soon Chu, who is the current 5th generation lineage (the only legitimate candidate for the 5th generation Gatekeeper) & the second disciple of Grandmaster Yang, Sau-Chung, started to teach & propagate the knowledge of the Classical Yang Family Tai Chi Chuan throughout North America in 1969. Since then, he has been teaching authentic Tai Chi Chuan in Boston, MA. Sifu H. Won Gim, who is the second disciple of Grandmaster Gin-Soon Chu, has been studing the Classical Yang Family Tai Chi Chuan since 1982. With Master Chu’s permission, Sifu Gim teaches the only authorized Classical Yang Family Tai Chi Chuan in NYC*, since 1997.”


International Chen Style Taijiquan Association

Ren Guang-Yi

440 Lafayette Street
Sunday 9:30-11:30 am  (in studio 4F)
Tuesday 7-9 pm  (in studio 3G)

“International Chen Style Taijiquan Association was founded in 1991 to promote the teaching and practice of Taijiquan as taught by Ren Guang-Yi, a senior disciple of Chen Xiao-Wang, the nineteenth generation standard bearer of the Chen Family.”



Shifu Taho Husian

12 West 21st St. 2nd floor
New York 10010



Nabi Su Martial Arts & Healing Center

Master Carolyn Campora

365 Canal St.
New York 10016



New Breed Life Arts Center

233 W. 135 St. btw 7th and 8th Avenue
New York 10030


Tai Chi and yoga..


New York School of Tai Chi Chuan

520 8th Ave. (at 36th St.) 16th Floor
New York



Pa-Kua Martial Arts

Master Katie

1024 Sixth Ave
New York 10018



New York Dantao Center

Sat Hon, 21st Generation of Lunmeng transmission
New York City, USA

“Dantao, translated as The Way of Transformation, is a small school started in 1981 by Sat Hon as a vehicle to transmit the wisdom of Taoist Alchemy.  Taiji Quan and Qigong practices are branches from this old alchemical tree of life. Our school teaches from the Dragon Gate Taoist lineage:

• Wudong Neidan Taiji Quan—a proto-Taiji form derived from the Dragon Taiji style.
• Taiyin Qigong—Woman’s qigong, a gentle movements created by the immortal sisters.
• Alchemical Qigong—cultivation of the internal elixir and to deeply strengthen one’s primal vitality.
• Immune Qigong Therapy—a therapeutic application using Mudra, sound and movement for healing.

Tao (pronounced “dao”) means a road, and is often translated as ‘the Way’.  Tao is emptiness — spacious creative potential from which all reality emerges.  It is the underlying fabric of reality.  In the Taoist view of cosmogenesis, there existed timeless hundun, primordial chaos.  Then a spark of primal energy, qi, spontaneously ignited thereby splitting the hundun into polarity, yin and yang.  These two complementary forces: feminine and masculine, dark and light, interpenetrate in the creation of matter and energy.”


Seishinkan Martial Arts

Chief Instructor Michael Calandra

 260 Jericho Turnpike
Floral Park, NY 11001
(Nassau County, LI)

“Seishinkan Martial Arts is a traditional dojo. We teach Isshin-Ryu Karate, Chen Style Taijiquan Practical Method,Sosuishitsu-Ryu Jujutsu, Matayoshi Kobudo, Katori Shinto-Ryu (Sugino-Ha), Shindo Muso-Ryu Jodo, and Feeding Crane Kung-Fu. Our school began in 1983 and stresses realistic self-defense training, and offers classes for children & adults.”

SiTan Chen Tai Ji Center

325 Broadway, Suite 301
New York 10007

212-791-6931, fax 212-791-0271


Tai Chi Chuan for Living

Jan Childress

Classes at various locations around Manhattan. See website for details.


TaiJi Union

Terry Collins

Class locations in Manhattan, subject to change.
See website for current locations.
(347) 688-2454

“Terry Collins, instructor at Taiji Union, was a favored student of Master Don Ahn, a master of esoteric Daoism. Terry has been studying the art of TaiJiQuan for over 11 years, and was certified as a teacher in 2005. He has learned Daoist Meditation, Rooting Power, TaiJiQuan, Push Hands, Da Lu, Sword Form, Knife, and Double Knife. Terry continues his studies of TaiJi in the Chen Style, with Master Ren Guang Yi (20th Generation Chen Style Master), and has received instruction from Master Chen, Xiao Wang (Chen family standard-bearer).”


True Tai Chi™

Chief Instructor Stephan Berwick

Triskelion Arts, Studio B
118 North 11th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11249

“True Tai Chi’s ‘Beginning Tai Chi’ class provides a comprehensive grounding in traditional Chen style Taijiquan. – Mondays, 7-8:30pm”

William C.C. Chen Tai Chi Chuan

William C.C. Chen

1 East 28th Street – 7th fl. (Buzzer #11) 
New York, NY 10016  USA
(corner of 5th Avenue)  

“William C. C. Chen was born in Chekiang, China. He started teaching Tai Chi Chuan at the beginning of the 1950s while training as a live-in student of the famous Great-Grandmaster Cheng Man-Ching who preferred to be called Professor Cheng.  Besides being the youngest of Professor Cheng’s senior student, he was also a favorite disciple.   In the 1950s he was involved competitively in the various free-style, Chinese Wushu. In 1958,  he won second place in the Taiwan National Olympic  Competition. Grandmaster William C. C. Chen has devoted his life to the study of body mechanics and the effects of Tai Chi Chuan for art of self-defense as well as on physical health, and to the application of the principles of Tai Chi Chuan. His approach is to make Tai Chi Chuan simple, easier, natural, enjoyable and productive. He has been a teacher since 1952 in Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Hawaii and the U.S. West Coast. In 1965, he established the William C. C. Chen Tai Chi Chuan in New York City’s Chelsea area.”


World Chen Style Hun Yuan Taiji Association

Master Wang Feng-Ming

390 Broadway, 2 Floor (Studio D)
New York, NY 10013
33-17 Prince Street
Flushing NY 11354
Tel: 973-968-5019
cell: 646-229-0002

“Master Wang Feng-Ming is an internationally reputed martial arts master specializing in Taiji, Qigong, and Baguazhang, and also a renowned writer in martial arts.  He is the author of several books (in Chinese and a few in English) and has published more than 100 articles in martial arts magazines around the world.  More than 20 martial arts organizations in various parts of the world have appointed Master Wang as honorary institute director, professor, or consultant.”


Wu Tang Physical Culture Association

Frank Allen

9 Second Ave
New York 10003



Yangjia Michuan Taijiquan

Robert Politzer

25 Indian Road, Suite 6F (Inwood)
New York 10034



Yin Cheng Gong Fa

Peter Kindfield

18 East 116th Street, 1st Floor (btw Madison and 5th Ave)
New York 10029



Yu Guo-Shun Tradition Chen Style Tai Chi

Master Yu, Guo-Shun

All classes are in Manhattan Chinatown, New York:
Thursdays – 7PM to 9PM at Middle School 131 on 100 Hester Street
Sundays – 9:30AM to 11:30AM at Public School 130 on 143 Baxter
(917) 535-3916

“Traditional Chen style Tai Chi (Tai Ji) from the Chen Fa-Ke lineage.  Our lessons emphasize proper structure and application implications of each move.  Also teach Tai Chi Mantis forms, straight and broad swords forms, and Tai Chi Basic-Training (Kung-Fu) form.  Private lessons include push-hands and martial application breakdowns.”





City WingTsun

Alex Richter

1024 Sixth Ave (btw. 39 & 38 St.) 4th fl.,
New York 10018

Call 212-354-9188 or fax 203-299-1613


EBMAS New York City / Wing Tzun & Latosa Escrima

Dai Sihing Zsolt (George) Boka

Martha Graham School of Contemporary Dance Studios
316 East 63rd Street (between 1st and 2nd Avenues)
New York 10065



Fut Sao Wing Chun

Sifu Michael Mc Ilwrath

Location unlisted.
“Teaching out of the: New Jersey (NJ) and New York City (NYC) areas”

“From 1981 to present I have spent over 25 years studying and training with several of Grand Master Henry Leung’s senior and close door students. Although I have learned a lot from all my prior Sifu’s, it was not until I was granted discipleship under Sifu/Professor Joseph Ng that I was able to develop a deeper understanding of the art of Fut Sao Wing Chun.”


Grados Wing Chun

Sifu Jose Grados

158 W. 26th St. Studio 2 (off 7th Ave)
New York 10001

917-673-6885 (cell) or 917-641-4265 (pager)


Kan Victor Classical Ving-Tsun

128 Mott St.
New York 10013

V.K.V.T. – The Superior System FOR CONNOISSEUR – is a devastating fast fighting art of great practical value created by a nun of Shaolin. It is perhaps the most effective and logical system of close-range combat ever devised…The classical way is the only way to learn it correctly. Classical – meaning passed from a genuine sifu to another from generation to generation without changing or modifying any of the movements, positions, techniques and the dedication that it takes to learn. Learning good KUNG FU is 100% “hand made” from a genuine master.”


Laughing Dragon Wing Chun

Sigung Dr. John Crescione

1552 Old Country Road
Westbury, NY 11590

“Sigung Dr. John Crescione is 2nd generation directly under Great Grandmaster Yip Man in Wing Chun Heritage. In this very special tradition he has extensively trained under multiple lineages. With over 40 years of training from distinctly varied Wing Chun perspectives – combined with his comprehensive knowledge of human anatomy as a physician – Sigung Crescione holds an absolutely unique understanding of Wing Chun and it’s most supremely effective applications. In his own articulate and detailed fashion he shares his hard-gained insights very openly. He is known to say: ‘What good does it do to keep all of this to myself?’. Humble, kind, accessible and very giving, he is truly a rare gift in the world of Wing Chun Kung Fu”.


Moy Yat Ving Tsun Kung Fu

William and Henry Moy

118-122 Baxter St
New York, NY 10013

Teaches the tradition of Ving Tsun as passed down by master Moy Yat.


Moy Yee San Jong

Sifu Henry Moy

Moy Yee Kung Fu
70 Vanderbilt Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11205
(718) 624-1926

“Moy Yee San Jong welcomes new students looking for traditional Chinese Kung Fu training. Appointments to learn more about the school are available.”


NYC Wing Chun Work Group

George Lee

440 Lafayette Street
New York, NY 10003


“NYC Wing Chun Work Group (紐約市詠春拳小組) is a private training club that practices the fighting methods as passed down by the Wong Shun Leung lineage. The club’s mission to provide quality coaching and training in a non-commercial learning environment. We are also the New York-East Coast training branch of Applied Body Mechanics Ving Tsun International.”


Sifi Chow’s Integrative Wing Chun

Modern Martial Arts
78 Reade St. (Between Broadway and Church St.)
New York, N. Y. 10007
Tue. 7:30 PM -9:00 PM and Sun. 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM.

“Sifu Chow, born in Hong Kong in 1951, is the founder of Integrative Wing Chun which carries not only traditional Wing Chun of Yip Man’s linage, but also Wing Chun to a new level of martial arts. Sifu Chow is the direct lineage of Yip Man’s (Bruce Lee’s sifu) genealogy and lifetime member of VTAA in Hong Kong. Sifu Chow teaches all the classes, all the time himself. Sifu Chow has 36 years experience in teaching Wing Chun.”


Six Harmonies Martial Arts Academy

Sifu V.A. Thomas

232 7th Avenue 2nd Fl. (btw 23rd and 24th St.)
New York 10011



Traditional Wing Chun Kung Fu

Victor Parlati, Michael Mundy

1024 Avenue of the Americas (between W.37-38 Streets)
New York, NY
(917) 359-9231

“Provisional Master Victor Parlati’s Chinatown based school was established in 1984. Master Parlati’s Style of teaching has always been hands with a street tested realistic approach to Wing Chun. It’s because of Master Parlatis vision that he has spent the last two decades incorporating his extensive knowledge of Catch Wrestling with his Wing Chun enabling his students to have more comprehensive approach to todays fighting styles…His classes are currently run by his senior student Michael Mundy.”


Wing Chun NYC – Yip Man Wing Chun Kung Fu

SiFu Allan Lee

132-10 33rd Ave
Flushing, NY 11354

“Wing Chun Kung Fu is a martial art that emphasizes economy of movement and combines the practical applications of using both defense and offense simultaneously. SiFu Lee had the privilege of training under three great masters of the Wing Chun style.  He has decades of martial arts experience, as a student and instructor. SiFu Lee is seeking hardworking, diligent students who can commit to training and studying hard to truly earn the fighting art of Wing Chun.”


Wing Chun Society NYC

Sifu John Ryan Wahnish

135 W. 29th St. 2nd Floor (btw. 6th & 7th Ave)
New York 10001



Wing Tsun New York

Milan Jevic

Studio Maestro
48 West 68th Street, btw Columbus Ave & Central Park West
New York 10023



Yip Pui Wing Chun

Master Terence Yip

440 Lafayette Street, Studio 4F
New York 10003

“Founder, Sifu Yip Pui (1950 – 2014). The school will remain open and classes and testing will continue to be administered by Yip Pui’s senior students. Like so many Kung Fu disciplines, Wing Chun is a very old fighting system, shrouded in secrecy and passed on to only a select few. It was virtually unknown in the west until the 1960s, when Yip Man – the legendary teacher of Bruce Lee – revealed it to the public. Grandmaster Yip Man – who has been deemed one of the most influential Martial Artists of the 20th century by Inside Kung Fu magazine – had other renowned students, including his eldest son Yip Chun.”





Bokafu Martial Art Academy

Soke Guy Ca’son

18 West 18th Street 6th Floor
New York 10011

A mix of Boxing, Karate and Kung fu.


Camp Undefeated

Aaron “The Ghost” Fisher

250 W. 40th street. 4th floor (btw 8th and 9th Ave.)
New York 10018


“We offer classes in muay Thai, BJJ, and MMA.”


Chinese Hawaiian Kenpo Academy

Sifu Jack F. C. Shamburger

117 West 28th Street, 2nd Floor
(just west of 6th Avenue)
New York 10001



CFS: Combat Fighting Systems

Emilio Garcia

“A self-defense system with roots in Jeet Kune Do, Wing Chun, Karate, Wresting, Russian Sambo, Brazilian Ju-Jitsu, Boxing, Weapon Arts, Military Training and many other styles.”

Daitoryu Aikijujitsu Ginjukai

Howard Popkin & Joe Brogna

Popkin Brogna Jujitsu Center
400 Hempstead Turnpike Suite B
West Hempstead, NY 11552

“Daitoryu Aikijujitsu is the parent art to many popular arts. The founder of Aikido, Morihei Ueshiba was a long time student of Daitoryu, as were the founders of Hakkoryu, Shorinji Kempo, Hapkido, and many other popular modern arts. Joseph Brogna and Howard Popkin founded the Daitoryu Aikijujitsu Ginjukai in order to continue the traditional teaching and training of Daitoryu Aikijujitsu as taught by Okamoto Seigo.”

Hiko Ryu Taijutsu

Kiyoshi Takeuchi Shihan

4 West 18th street, 3rd floor
New York, NY 10011

“Taijitsu is an empty-hand combat system for when a Samurai loses his weapons such as spear or katana during a fight. Hiko Ryu Taijutsu is based on Japanese Jiu Jitsu and Self-Defense techniques and it also includes sword, long stick and Japanese knife techniques as an absolute martial art that is rooted on the ancient Samurai fighting style in the battlefield. We have two different main programs, Taijutsu and Weapons. In our dojo we learn the art of defense that focuses specifically on possible threat situations on the street. Our physical and mental training is very practical even for people with no previous martial-arts experience.”


Benevolent Heart Dojo

Chief Instructor Joshua Polier

Various addresses in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens (see website)

The Benevolent Heart Dojo is a fully licensed school under grandmaster Masaaki Hatsumi. We have classes in NYC: Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens as well as in Honolulu Hawaii. Our members study a system of martial arts called Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu.

Danzan Ryu NYC

Sensei JC Islander

440 Lafayette St. (betw. Astor Place and 4th St.)
New York, NY 10003

“Danzan Ryu, the “Hawaiian style” Jujitsu founded by Henry Okazaki in the first half of the 20th century, is a mixture of traditional Japanese Jujitsu, competition Judo, and modern practical self-defense techniques.”

Eizan-Ryu Jujitsu Kai

214 West 29th Street, 3rd fl
New York, NY 10001

“Eizan-ryu Jujitsu is a martial art in which the student learns to use an attacker’s strength and momentum against him; this enables the smaller person to successfully defend against the attack of a larger, stronger person. A wide variety of techniques are used: strikes, throws, joint locks, foot sweeps, pins, chokes, projections, pressure points with the object being to control the attacker and put him on the ground. Ukemi is the ability to fall safely; it is taught and is strongly emphasized.”

Latham Eclectic Martial Arts

Dan Richards

Patrizio Center for the Arts
5 First Avenue
Latham, NY 12110
(518) 833-0239

” We’re a collective of martial artists in New York using eclectic and innovative training methods. Our training is based on fundamental and universal principles to allow for more effortless and integrated movement, and spontaneous generation of techniques.”


Manhattan Mixed Martial Arts

Luis Carreno, Head Instructor

15 West 39th Street, 4rd Floor (Bet 5th & 6th Avenues)
New York 10018


“Manhattan Mixed Martia Arts has been offering quality instruction and training in martial arts since 2005.We are located in Midtown Manhattan in a prime NYC location for your convenience.”


NYC Fight Club

Head Instructor, Patrick Connolly

122 West 27th St 2nd Floor (Fight House)
New York 10001



Randori Shikengata Dojo

Nidan Shidoshi-ho Joe Mitchell

54 Nagle ave. New York, NY 10040


“Ninpo Taijutsu.”


Ronin Athletics Straight Blast Gym New York

Christian Montes

122 West 27th St. 2nd Fl
New York 10001

Includes “stand-Up (Boxing, Muay Thai), Clinch (Wrestling) and Ground (Brazilian Jujitsu, Submission Wrestling).”


Shuai Jiao in NYC

Grandmaster Jeng Hsing Ping

Brooklyn NY: Triskelion Arts, 118 North 11th Street, 3rd Floor, Brooklyn NY
NEW Location TBD: 106 Calyer, Brooklyn NY

“The oldest Shuai Jiao club in the United States. We practice & teach the art Shuai Jiao (Chinese Wrestling) as taught by Grandmaster Jeng Hsing Ping. As one of the most senior students of the late Grandmaster Chang Tung Sheng, Grandmaster Jeng Hsing Ping travelled with Grandmaster Chang throughout Asia and the United States helping to promote the art of Shuai Jiao. First to bring Shuai Jiao to the United States (1971), and one of the most respected Shuai Jiao teachers alive in the world.”


Shuai Jiao/Swai Jiao – Chinese Bao Ting Fast Throw

Laoshi F. Gomez

150 W. 28th St., Suite 600
New York 10001


“Shuai Chiao is known as Chinese Wrestling…”


Tai Jitsu Ryu Dojo Academy

Professor Tyrone Lampkin

440 Lafayette Street
New York 10012


“A combination of boxing and Ju-Jitsu…”


Tiger Schulmann’s Mixed Martial Arts

Shihan Ron Schulmann

39 West 19th St
New York 10011


A mix of “karate, kickboxing, submission grappling, MMA and Jiu Jitsu.”


Yushinkan NYC – Daito-Ryu Aikijujutsu Takumakai

Head Instructor Rodrigo Kong, 4th dan. We are overseen by regular visits from Kawabe Takeshi, 8th Dan, Shihan.

Jikishinkan Dojo
316 Dean Street
Brooklyn NY 11217

“Daito-ryu aikijujutsu is a traditional Japanese martial art. It is one of the many styles of jujutsu that were part of the fundamental martial skill for all bushi, or warriors of feudal Japan. Daito-ryu’s elegance and practical efficacy are products of hundreds of years of development and refinement. Daito-ryu employs a wide range of throwing, pinning, disarming and joint immobilizing techniques. The use of aiki, or internal energy harmonized with breathing and mechanical advantage, distinguishes Daito-ryu from other jujutsu…. Yushinkan is small by design in order to attract and keep serious students, to keep the quality of training high, and to create the camaraderie necessary for such training… In order to maintain this high level of focused training for our members, we do not allow visitors to our standard classes. However, as a gateway for outsiders to observe or participate in training, we offer a special weekly Fundamentals Class.”

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