About Sartell 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.  

Sundance Center

234 Pine Cone Rd #C

Sartell, MN 56377

(320) 202-7830

sartell@nationalkarate.com

Owner: Ms. Christa Jordahl

Director: Mr. James Halonen

Instructors: Ms. Cassie King, Ms. Jessica Fasen & Ms. Samantha King

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About Ms. Julie Gadient

Ms. Julie Gadient earned her 3rd degree black belt in 2015. Ms. Gadient really appreciates her enthusiastic students who make her role as the director of the Sartell National Karate School exciting and challenging. Ms. Gadient likes challenges, and she challenges herself to try to help each student realize their full potential. “Karate teaches people how to be successful and competent and this allows my teaching to impact every walk of my student’s lives.”

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Don’t forget St. Cloud & Sartell NK will be closed Saturday, August 11th for the Black Belt Exam! Good luck to everyone testing!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Several studies point to the effectiveness of traditional martial arts in reducing aggression. Zivin et al (2001) for example paired 60 middle-school boys on problematic behavior profiles in a treatment group and a waiting list control group. The treatment group participated in school-linked training in traditional martial arts. Schoolteachers were asked to rate the students on impulsiveness, resistance to rules, self-concept and inappropriate behavior. After three months of training, the students within the treatment group had improved their behavior in class and... the teachers rated the martial arts students as less impulsive and less aggressive towards other colleagues.
Lakes et al (2004) argue that these benefits are a consequence of enhanced self-regulation – historically known in martial arts as self-control – developing will and discipline.
- Contemporary Psychology
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