Zanshin Kenjutsu Karate
"Dedicated to Achieving the Highest Level of Excellence"
Karate provides an exciting fun and education environment for adults and kids to get in shape and learn how to kick butt!
The term Zanshin means to have a correct, perfect, crystalline awareness. It is the continued state of spirit, mental alterness and physical readiness to meet an attack to be constantly aware of one's surroundings and enemies while being prepared to react.
The term Kenjutu originated with the Samurai class of feudal Japan, it is the most umbrella term for all koryu schools of Japanese swordsmanship and means the method or technique of the sword.
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To establish a real, Practical & powerful karate school in Billerica based not only on the best traditions of the Martial arts and true spirit of karate, but also on its genuine understanding and practical, ultra efficient, self defense application for the modern world..
Zanshin Kenjutsu Kenpo Karate is a Koryu (traditional) martial art system. It combines the traditional and modern disciplines of Kenpo, Kenjutsu, Shotokan and San Soo Kung Fu Karate. Zanshin Kenjutsu Kenpo Karate seeks to blend these disciplines and maintain the integrity of Nick Cerio’s Kenpo Karate and to pass the teachings of Professor Cerio on to new generations of martial arts students. Professor Cerio was an admirer of Shotokan Karate and in the development of his own uniquely powerful system of Kenpo drew upon many of the strengths of Shotokan while maintaining the fluidity, speed and devastating effectiveness of the art of Kenpo. Zanshin Kenjutsu Kenpo Karate maintains the blend of Shotokan’s linear power along with the speed and ferocity of Kenpo that Professor Cerio developed.
Martial arts programs are more effective than other physical activities at reducing aggression and hostility and increasing self-esteem, self-control and self-confidence.
Source – Binder, Brad. “Psychosocial Benefits of Martial Arts: Myth or Reality? A Literature Review.”
People who continue to practice the martial arts for prolonged periods are different from the general populace in these ways: they have a lower level of anxiety; an increased sense of responsibility; they are less likely to be radical; they have an increased level of self-esteem; and they are more socially intelligent.
Source – Psychology Today
Zanshin Karate, Kenpo, Jiu jitsu & Traditional Japanese Weapons.
We offer Self Defense. Fitness. Life Skills for people of all ages Physical abilities & Fitness levels