GOLDEN PYRAMID ADULT KARATE
The Golden Pyramid Adult Karate program includes instruction in Karate, Tae Kwon Do, Judo, Ju Jitsu, Kobudo, and Kick Boxing.
Our program is developed to fit your abilities and to help improve upon them. Age is not a issue only the desire to learn is necessary. Those wanting self defense, sport karate, or exercise, this is an ideal program for you. It is never too late to learn!
Replace that “I can’t” attitude with “I can”
The Golden Pyramid Approach
The goal of the Golden Pyramid is to offer superior training in a small class environment. Many of our techniques use modern training methods to achieve maximum flexibility, speed, and agility. Our instructors teach the individual not the group. In our youth and young kicker’s programs the foundation for the pyramid begins; this continues to the very top with our adult programs. Our students are taught to respect them-selves and to rely on their abilities. Role playing is done with the younger students to teach values. Short term and long term goals are set to focus on results. Positive reinforcement replaces barking of commands and orders. The “I can’t” attitude is replaced with the “I can”. Our adult programs are designed for maximum results in both mental and physical achievements. No two individuals are the same, yet each can achieve the same results by following different paths. Those taking our adult courses can expect to become more
agile, limber, and physically fit. Modern sports training methods are used to enable high kicks and quick reflexes. A complete system of training in karate, tae kwon do, kobudo, and tai chi develops a well rounded martial artist
The head instructor of the Golden Pyramid’s Adult Martial Arts is Milt Kujawinski. Shihan Kujawinski holds an 9th degree black belt in
Karate. Having started his training in 1968, he also holds an 8th degree with the Kwanmukan, 6th degree black belt in Kajukenbo , 4th degree black belt in Ju Jitsu, 4th degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do, 3rd degree black belt in Kobudo and is a certified instructor in Chanbara.
Mr. Kujawinski is the head instructor of the Golden Pyramid’s Wu Tai Chi program.
Sensei Kujawinski spent 10 years teaching elementary school where he was nominated twice as Outstanding Young Educator.
He has also taught Self Defense courses at Cuyahoga Community College