Hidden Teachings Karate relocates to new south Fargo dojo

To mark the opening of the new dojo, Hidden Teachings will host a seminar from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, June 25.

The interior of the new Hidden Teaching Karate dojo in south Fargo is seen in this undated photo.
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FARGO — Hidden Teachings Karate has relocated from Moorhead to a new dojo in south Fargo.

According to a news release, the Hidden Teachings studio is now located at 5226 51st Ave. S. Hidden Teachings has been providing karate and self-defense instruction to the metro area since 1987, the release stated.

The new studio featues "a larger training space, workout room, changing rooms, and a new kids' karate program that emphasizes the values of integrity, discipline, honesty, and character in addition to the physical aspects of self-defense," the news release noted.

To mark the opening, the Hidden Teachings will host a seminar from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, June 25, with the dojo's founding instructor Kyoshi Michael Cline. Cline is an eighth-degree black belt recipient. He trained under Taika Seiyu Oyata, who, according to the release, was among the first Okinawan karate masters to teach in the United States.

To register for the seminar, visit A video recording of the seminar is available for $30, while access to the in-person seminar is $75. In-person attendees will receive a copy of the video as well. A $30 children's seminar will take place from 10 a.m. to noon.

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