Ingram's Karate was founded in 1977 in New Port Richey,
Florida by John and Cindy Ingram. Ingram's Karate is
now run by Sheri Ingram Angwin, the daughter of the founders, and
has dojos in New Port Richey and Carrolwood, Tampa. For
information on these dojos, go to www.IngramsKarate.com.
Okinawan Karate is a new dojo in the Hudson area opened and
run by the founders, John and Cindy Ingram. The goal
for all Ingram's locations is to provide traditional Okinawan Isshinryu
feel that the art of karate is being watered down by so many karate
schools teaching a mixture of several things that the true art of
karate has been lost.
we teach is an art that has strong roots on Okinawa.
karate is an art which can be traced back hundreds of years. The
art is not about fighting, but focuses on the development of ones
character, confidence, agility and physical fitness.
you learn the art you will acquire valuable self-defense skills
as well as see
improvement in your concentration and discipline. This
greatly helps children in school and adults in the workplace.
order to move up in belts, we monitor children's school grades to
ensure that the benefits of their karate training are applied to
their academic achievements as well.
also offer kobudo training. Kobudo is the art of using
ancient okinawan weapons for self-defense. All the weapons
we teach are authenic okinawan weapons. Kobudo training
is a real enhancement to the martial arts experience.
classes include stretching and calisthenics which will get you into
the best shape of your life!
biographies of Sensei John Ingram and Sensei Cindy Ingram, click
on the "Sensei" link. To learn about the history
of karate and of Isshinryu, click on the "History" link.