Martial Arts Fall

YOUNG DRAGONS SUMMER CAMP Ages 9 – 16 3–day/2-Night Martial Arts Summer Camp at the Lake Camp Dates: July 22nd, 23rd, 24th Camp Location: Scott’s Flat Lake Drop off: Friday, 9 am (at Hikari Ryuza Center) Pickup: Sunday, 5 pm (at Hikari Ryuza Center) (early drop off & late pickup available for an additional, Read More

Scotts Flat Lake

HOT news for JULY ~ **Sizzle Sizzle** How did we get to mid-summer already with just a little more than a month before our younger students head back to school? Time does fly on the Hikari Ryuza rocket ship! We hope everyone had a safe, but FUN, 4th of July. Check out what else is, Read More

shoes off the mat

Jon W. Has been chosen as Hikari Ryuza Center’s “Student of the Quarter” He is a bright, articulate, polite young man and his recognition was based off of his focus, dedication, and most of all humility in class. We are proud of what a role model he has become for his classmates. We interviewed, Read More

Young Dragons Martial Arts

Open to children age 7 and above. Self-Defense and Character Building; plus Fun, FUn, FUN!

Tiny Dragons Program

Open to children aged 3 to 6 years old. Fun while learning Self-Defense. Confidence building and coordination exercises. Respect, Courage, Self-Discipline, Kindness, Focus.

Poppy in field of purple flowers

In Full Swing It’s Spring! And it’s a busy time at the Hikari Ryuza Center! This month we are holding auditions for a Dance Cooperative, rehearsing like mad for our annual performance on May 22nd, and we continue to be inspired by the incredible upswing in health and wellness of our members. Here’s our newsletter, Read More

shoes off the mat

HAILEY D. Has been chosen as Hikari Ryuza Center’s “Student of the Quarter” Her recognition was based off of her extremely focused dedication in class, and as such has become a role model for her classmates. We interviewed her so everyone could get to know her a little better. Without further ado, we present:, Read More

Martial Arts Teach Non-Violence

Martial arts training, when it is taught properly, as in, it involves an emphasis on character building, leads to improved self-esteem, confidence, respect, and self-discipline, as well the ability to defend oneself and/or others unable to defend for themselves against potential physical harm. How does that relate to non-violence? By developing the qualities listed, Read More

Children age 7 and above Grading.