In 1975, Sensei Jorge Decena and Sensei Nixon Feliz began to study Karate under one of Sensei Miyazaki’s students, Mr. Kevin Burke who later changed his name to Seifullah Ali Shabbazz. In 1981, Sensei Decena and Sensei Feliz obtained their First Degree Black Belts under Sensei Toyotaro Miyazaki. They began teaching in 1980, under the direction of Master Miyazaki and became two of the best competitors in the East Coast. In 1981, Shihan Jorge Decena and Shihan Nixon Feliz opened Unique Shotokan Karate Organization and The Hispanic Karate Federation.learn more
Shihan Jorge Decena is a 6th Dan (6th degree) Black Belt in the art of Shotokan Karate-Do. He has been a competitor for 30 years and has won over 500 tournaments including national and international…learn more
Master Gichin Funakoshi is known as the father of modern karate, who was also a school teacher, poet, and calligrapher. He was born in Shuri, Okinawa in 1868 He began his Karate studies at the age of 11…learn more
Karate training benefits people of all ages. Karate is not only a great self-defense tool, but also great way to stay fit. Your child will learn coordination, physical stamina, and self-defense…learn more
If you are interested in joining one of our programs, please check our free trial class offer.Please print the flyer and receive one month of Karate and a free Uniform for only $49.99 ( a 75 % savings).learn more
USKDA is affiliated with the Texas Sport Karate Federation (TSKF) that coordinates tournaments year round.TSKF is affiliated with the National Karate Federation (NKF) and all tournaments follow NKF rules. Please visit our Tournaments page for the upcoming tournaments, schedule, and registration details.
Click here to learn more about upcoming Karate tournaments from Texas Sport Karate Federation.
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The USKDA competition team trains every Friday in addition to the regular classes. Click here for more information.