Positively Impacting Lives Through Traditional Karate
Now offering customized private lessons featuring a combination of personal training and karate training by certified personal trainer and 3rd degree black belt, Sensei Trey Angwin.
Sensei Angwin will conduct a personal training plan to get you in your best shape ever!
No matter your level or goal, Sensei Angwin's expertise, knowledge and enthusiasm will get you where you want to be. Whatever you need, this program will help you stay focused, safe, and motivated.
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Ingram's Karate Center was founded by John and Cindy Ingram in 1977. The dojo has been offering quality Martial Arts instruction to countless students since its inception and is proud to be among the leading traditional karate schools in the nation. Since 2004, Ingram's Karate has been operated by their daughter, Sheri Ingram-Angwin and Jennifer Davenport. Ingram's Karate program continues to be a beacon of top-notch instruction with a personal touch.
Meet The Team
Sheri Angwin 7th Dan
New Port Richey & Carrollwood, FL
Chief Instructor at Carollwood Dojo
Dan Callahan 3rd Dan
Kobudo Program Director
Carollwood, FL Dojo
Jennifer Davenport 7th Dan
Director and Chief Instructor
New Port Richey, FL Dojo
Trey Angwin 3rd Dan
Carollwood, FL Dojo
"Great martial arts school.
Started taking classes back in 2006 or 2007 and haven't stopped. The teachers "Sensei" there are amazing.
It's not like the cobra-kai dojo in the karate kid, here you are treated like a human being.
As an adult starting karate, I was worried about teens making fun of adults. Not here. Just like the instructors, the students behave like professionals as well.
Great school. There is a reason it's been around for so long. Do not go to a McDojo. Go to Ingrams Pro Karate."
— Christopher R.