DENWAKAN TUITION & FEES
Denwakan is very much a traditional dojo — we do not require contracts, and we don’t pressure people to join. Because we are not a franchise martial arts dojo, we are able to offer our students fair tuition rates, professional instruction, and a long-lasting traditional Japanese karate experience.
We do require diligence in practice, and a passion for learning. Regular attendance is necessary for steady progress.
Wado Kai Denwakan Martial Arts Center is a traditional Japanese martial arts learning enviroment, and is a No Contract martial arts school.
Tuition may be paid month to month, or you may pay 3 months at a time.
Testing fees are clearly noted within the dojo, and are seperate from tuition fees.
Fees are based on how many times per week you practice. There is also a one-time registration fee of $50.00 (based on continuous training). Fees for your first month of training are prorated.
|Class||2 – 3 times/week||1 time/week|
|Children/Youth (<15 yrs.)||$110/month ($300/3 mos.)||$80/month|
|Adult||$130/month ($350/3 mos.)||$90/month|
- Progress is limited when you train only once a week. Therefore, once a week training is allowed only for special reasons.
- On the opposite end of the scale, you must get permission from Kurobane Sensei to train more than three times a week.
Karate is a sport the whole family can participate in.
2 Family Members – 10%
3 or more Family Member – 20%
No family discount with 3 month payments
New Student Introductory Offer
Pay for 3 months in advance and receive a FREE Karate Gi (uniform)
-Gi value $30-$60
WKF Wado Kai Karate Practitioner
$30 – one class
$100 – one week of classes
Introduction to Karate (pre-class)
Introduction available by appointment only. Children must be accompanied by a parent. There is no fee for this pre-class introduction. It is an opportunity for you to get a brief introduction to the art, a chance to test the water without undergoing a full class. Stay afterwards and watch class.