Japanese Goju-Ryu Karate-Do, Kenpo & Goshin-jutsu in Milwaukee

Tentative guide to the Fee Str

ucture of the Kaizen Gojukan. We reserve the right to make changes, including changes in price, content, description, terms, etc. at any time without notice.

The table below is a rough guide to the monthly and annual fees associated with training at the Kaizen Gojukan. This does not include the monies associated with the purchasing of uniforms and/or other protective gear.

Below are just a few of the most commonly implemented Class Elements at the Kaizen Gojukan. There are at least one break during a traditional class, sometimes two depending on the nature of the workout.


Junbi Undo – 準備運動

Description/Comments: Before any type of physical activity it is highly recommended that you warm-up and stretch. It is often a good idea to end the activity with more stretching (sometimes called a warm-down). Karate is a very physical activity and so it should be obvious that a warm-up is an integral part of each lesson

Sensei Eugene Kitney originally hails from South Africa, and this is where he gained most of his exposure to the Goju-Ryu style of Karate-Do. He ran two dojo in South Africa and assisted Leslie Barnett, Sensei as a Sempai in the Seiki Dojo in Durban. Eugene also served the South African and All African Karate-Do Goju-Kai as Webmaster of their official web site (the first officially sanctioned IKGA Web presence) until his relocation to the United States in 2000.

Eugene-sensei serves the Milwaukee community as a Pastor and member of the Clergy.

Holding the following rank:

  1. Goju-ryu Karate-do – Sandan (IKGA)
    1. Issued by authority of Goshi Yamaguchi, Saiko-Shihan
  2. Seiryū Kenpō – Hokai: Daikenshi & Bukai: Godan (ISKF)
    1. Issued by authority of Daihanshi Shigeru Tanaka, Kaicho