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Sensei Roy

After teaching for his karate instructor, Morris Mack, for ten years, and earning his 5th Degree Black Belt; and simultaneously attaining a Master’s Degree in Teaching Physical Education & Health, Eugene School of Karate founder Albert Roy recognized in 1992 the community’s need for a martial arts school that focused on critical life skills such as respect, courage, discipline, focus, responsibility, and compassion. These skills, among others, comprise the heart of Eugene School of Karate’s innovative and award-winning program.

For the past 28 years, Eugene School of Karate has served the Pacific Northwest by providing exceptional karate instruction for youth and adults.

The staff creates a positive, motivational martial arts environment and classes for students ages 4 to adult. Classes are goal-oriented, energetic, innovative, and educational!

Eugene School of Karate offers a convenient location for its main dojo, in addition it offers after school programs, community center programs, and professional instructors who are focused on teaching and motivating students to reach their full potential.

With the central mission of improving lives and creating a better world, Eugene School of Karate grew to become one of the most well-respected martial arts programs in Lane County.


Katelyn Sensei

Katelyn Sensei

Katelyn is a Nidan, second degree black belt, has been training for eleven years, and enjoys it immensely. She started in our homeschool classes as a young child and is now in college. She loves mathematics and cats too.

 


Grace Sensei

Grace Sensei

Grace is a Shodan, or first degree black belt. She started as a small child in our homeschool program.

Grace is a Cadet Sergeant with the Central Aid Agency, working in both their rapid response group and as a leader of the Cadet Corps. She graduates high school this year and enjoys kayaking, climbing, camping, hiking, and pets.