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About Miller’s Karate

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About Miller’s Karate

InstructorsMILLER’S KARATE STUDIOS IS A MARTIAL ARTS SCHOOL THAT HAS BEEN TEACHING THE KOREAN ART OF MOO DUK KWAN TANG SOO DO IN THE CINCINNATI AREA SINCE 1978. MOO DUK KWAN STANDS FOR “SCHOOL OF STOPPING AGGRESSION”. MKS FOCUSES ON SELF-DEFENSE AND MENTAL ATTITUDE. SINCE IT’S INCEPTION, MKS HAS INSTRUCTED SEVERAL STUDENTS IN THE ART OF SELF-DEFENSE. SELF-DEFENSE INCLUDES PHYSICAL AS WELL AS MENTAL TRAINING. THESE TWO TRAINING SKILLS PUT TOGETHER A STRONG AND COMPLETE FORCE THAT ANYONE CAN USE.

The Benefits of Miller’s Karate

IN OUR EVERYDAY LIVES WE OFTEN FORGET THE VALUE OF EXERCISE TO BOTH OUR PHYSICAL AND MENTAL HEALTH. THE PRACTICE OF KARATE TONES THE BODY, DEVELOPS COORDINATION, QUICKENS REFLEXES, AND BUILDS STAMINA. ALSO, THE SERIOUS PRACTICE OF KARATE DEVELOPS COMPOSURE, A CLEARER THOUGHT PROCESS, DEEPER INSIGHT INTO ONE’S MENTAL CAPABILITIES, AND MORE SELF CONFIDENCE. IN THIS, KARATE IS NOT AN END, BUT A MEANS TO AN END. IT IS AN ACTIVITY IN WHICH ADVANCING AGE IS NOT A HINDRANCE. RATHER IT ENCOURAGES PROFICIENCY IN THE KEEN COORDINATION OF MIND AND BODY.

Our Instructors

MILLER’S KARATE STUDIOS CURRENTLY HAS SEVERAL ACTIVE INSTRUCTORS. EACH INSTRUCTOR BRINGS THEIR OWN UNIQUE STYLE TO OUR ORGANIZATION. GRAND MASTER NATHANIEL MILLER IS THE FOUNDER OF MKS. HE HAS OVER 35 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN SEVERAL DIFFERENT STYLES OF MARTIAL ARTS INCLUDING TANG SOO DO, KOBODO, JUDO AND BALINTAWAK. MASTER MARTESS MILLER IS A 4TH DEGREE BLACK BELT. HE HAS 24 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN SEVERAL STYLES OF MARTIAL ARTS INCLUDING TANG SOO DO, KOBODO, JUDO, AND BALINTAWAK.

Staff

Our Instructors

Nim Nathaniel Miller

Nim Miller opened his first school in 1978. He has taught thousands of students during his Martial Arts journey.

Grandmaster Martess Miller

Grandmaster Martess Miller

Grand Master & Chief Instructor

Grand Master Martess Miller has studied the Martial Arts for over 35 years. He has trained thousands of students and black belts.