I am Joe Huber, instructor and school director.  I love sharing karate with people and helping them to discover their potential.  When I was 10 years old I had my first Karate lesson.  It was a huge day for me.  I remember getting out of bed that morning excited to learn karate.  When I get to introduce a new student of any age to karate I can see that same excitement.  It’s awesome.  Guiding that student along their journey to black belt is a huge honor and a lot of fun.  Karate training is one of the most rewarding and honest endeavors that I have found.  You will get out of it exactly what you put in, whatever you martial arts goals are, karate training is really good for you, and it has been wonderful for me.

Joe Huber Started his training at National Karate in 1990. After some time away he earned his First degree black belt in 2006 and started teaching at NK South Minneapolis. Mr. Huber earned his second degree in 2008 While Teaching at NK West Bloomington. In March of 2009 he was promoted to manager of NK Orono. He earned his fourth degree in April 2015. Joe Huber has studied many disciplines. He is an accomplished musician and classically trained painter and sculptor with a degree in fine art.