About Eden Prairie National Karate

Since 1973, the National Karate Academy has been dedicated to helping men, women and children discover the benefits of martial arts training.

Physical strength, flexibility and weight control are developed through high repetition natural body exercises.

Mental confidence is achieved from time-tested & effective self-defense skill.

NK training teaches respect, self-discipline and perseverance.

NK’s black belt professional instructors are highly trained and dedicated to help all students achieve their life goals.

For information about our free trial program for new students, please click here.  

8755 Columbine Road, Suite 101

Eden Prairie, MN 55344

(952) 941-3533


Owner & Sr. Director: Mr. William Hill

Office manager & Instructor Ms. Stephanie Deloach

Instructors Ms. Kristina O’reskie, Mr. Reily Knutson

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About Mr. William Hill

Mr. William Hill began training in 1990 and was promoted to 1st Degree Black Belt in September of 1995. He ended his 1999 tournament season with top competitor award from NCKA, 2nd World ranking (NASKA), and 9th overall ranking (NASKA).

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Lots of karate games, 15 pizzas, 60 juice boxes, and Kung Fu Panda, and that's all folks. The fun night is over. Thank you Ms. Oreskie for all you did to make this night a success. A big shout out to all the Jr. Black belts that helped tonight too!!! This was a good time!!! ... See MoreSee Less

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