About Hastings National Karate

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275 West 33rd Street, Suite M

Hastings, MN 55033

(651) 437-8440


Director: Mr. Gary Hui

Instructors: Mr. Steve Allyn, Mr. Mike Porter & Mr. Nate Hicks

Assistant Instructor: Mr. Gabe Forschen

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About Mr. Gary Hui

Gary Hui began his training with National Karate in 1994.  He was promoted to 1st degree black belt in 1996.  He currently hold a 4th degree black belt.  Mr. Hui has been teaching at the Hastings school for 18 years and has been the school director for 15 years.

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The word ​karate​ is a combination of two Japanese characters: ​kara​, meaning empty, and ​te​, meaning hand; thus, karate means "empty hand." ... See MoreSee Less

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National Karate Schools offer preschool or kids’ beginner classes which get younger students moving; jumping rope, kicking a pad or the air, and learning how to focus and listen. By combining movement, listening skills, and focus karate is a great way to teach group skills to young children. ... See MoreSee Less

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Karate is an individual sport. You pace yourself and work at becoming the best you can be. Individual sports encourage participants to excel at their own pace, but there are many other benefits in pursuing an individual sport like karate.

1.​ ​Youth athletes in individual sports learn to be self reliant.
2. Individual sports can teach players how to be comfortable in the spotlight.
3. Even individual sports have “teams.”
4. Individual sports teach players how to motivate themselves.
5. Individual sports allow athletes to compete at their own pace.
Parenting Magazine, January 26, 2012
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