What Makes Sterling Karate Unique?
- Christ Centered Teaching!
- Grades K through Adult!
- Families can take together!
- Builds Confidence!
- Family Community!
- Build Strength and Character!
- Learn Discipline and Control!
- Achieve Belt Levels!
- Focus and Memory Skills!
- FITNESS! FRIENDS! FUN!
- Providing Karate/Self-defense in schools for 30 years!
- Convenient, online classes or at your School!
Meet Peter Sterling,
the owner and Head instructor of Sterling Karate! Peter is an accomplished martial artist with a 3rd degree Black Belt. He has shared his expertise in Karate and self-defense with thousands of students over the years. Peter is highly respected by his students and their families for his vast knowledge, engaging teaching style, and emphasis on Christ-centered teaching.
Peter believes in the power of scripture to shape the lives of his students. He uses biblical teachings to support the development of strength, character, and confidence in all Sterling Karate students. With Peter's guidance, students not only learn Karate techniques but also important values that will benefit them beyond the Karate class.
Join Sterling Karate and experience Peter's unique approach to martial arts, where you can grow in skills, character, and faith.
Meet David Alvarado:
David, a Black Belt holder in karate, brings his extensive martial arts knowledge and teaching experience to the forefront in his role as a Sterling Karate instructor. His passion for fitness and self-defense extends across a broad student base, from youngsters to adults. His holistic teaching approach emphasizes the synergy of body, mind, and spirit, making him an ideal mentor for Sterling Karate students.
As a protégé of his father-in-law Peter, David is excited about sharing his expertise in Sterling Karate and cultivating an environment that focuses on positivity and personal growth. A fervent follower of Christ, David strives to embody and promote the principle, “Whatever you do, do all to the glory of God”. He aims to lead by example, inspiring his students to live the same values.