Goju-Shorei Weapons System

Nashville’s KSA Martial Academy offers Tennessee residents the Goju-Shorei Weapons System. This system is based on the use of easily accessible weapons, such as the cane, flashlight, and knife and is under the direction of Nashville Grand Master, Katherine Wieczerza. KSA Martial Academy’s Goju-Shorei Weapons System is about using common items for self-defense. What people…

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September Special Offers

[ult_roundbox color=”#232323″ backgroundcolor=”#dbdbdb” bordercolor=”#990303″ borderwidth=”3″ borderstyle=”dashed”] 30 New Members in 30 Days Get 30% Off Take advantage of our September Membership Drive and sign up today! The first 30 members to sign up during September’s 30 Days will get a 30% discount off their first month’s membership. So, what are you waiting for? Martial Arts are…

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Aikido Nashville

KSA Martial Academy provides Aikido to Nashville, Tennessee residents. This is a non-violent, proactive martial art and a means of self-cultivation. Aikido was created by Morehei Ueshiba and focuses on returning Harmony to a situation where there is conflict. It employs break-falls, locks, pins, throws, and take-downs; however, Nashville Aikido Sensei, Cat Fitzgerald, does offer…

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Nashville Martial Arts – KSA Martial Academy

Our curriculum was created, is run and supervised by a core group of Martial Artists, Grand Master Katherine Wieczerza and Cat Fitzgerald Sensei – each with over 30 years of Martial Arts experience and over 25 years of teaching experience. Only experienced, Certified Instructors lead class. We offer traditional and modern Martial Arts Training tailored…

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How Big Is Your “But?”

Is your BUT too big? Billy slammed his hand into the board again. It still wouldn’t break. His eyes, face and hand were the same crimson colour. Between expectations, frustrations, and impact, Billy’s mind, spirit, and body were all taking a beating. We all relate to this situation, whether through personal goals, relationships, business, our…

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Actions and Paths Toward Conflict Resolution

Driving down the highway with my wife… I was no more right than I was wrong – when has that ever averted my adhering to my position, though – we found ourselves at a junction: Do we argue and go down that path, or Do, in Japanese? I like that, Do (pronounced Doe) meaning path or…

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