Why should you train with us?
We are committed to excellence. There is a genuine sense of camaraderie and a wonderful family atmosphere. We are a traditional karate dojo, and that means, our students learn the highest quality karate.
Our coaches are Safe Sport certified which is recognized and overseen by the United States Olympic Committee. We let our skills and results speak for themselves.
MassDojo Student Victoria Princi – sponsored by Arawaza 2018/2019
- Junior US Team Member- Kumite
- 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017 Nationals Champion
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Arnav Pai trained at Massdojo for several years before relocating to TX in 2016. He participated on our national team in 2015 & 2016. He earned a bronze medal in kumite each of those years.He fought with the heart of a lion and beat opponents much bigger than him. This amazed me, because he was…Read More
By Danny Coakley, Special to the Telegram & GazettePosted Jul 28, 2019 at 7:52 PMUpdated Jul 28, 2019 at 7:53 PM WESTBORO — After taking first place at the USA National Karate Championships and Team Trials from July 11-14 in Chicago, Westboro’s Nisha Balaji will head to Ecuador next month to compete at the 2019 Junior Pan American Karate Championships. The successful summer for Balaji…Read More
Arun Loganathan has earned a wonderful opportunity to represent the USA at the 2018 Junior Pan American Karate Championships! Arun got a place on Team USA by winning Silver in the 12-13 year old (under 45kg) Elite division during the 2018 USA Karate National Championships & US Team Trials that were held recently in Reno,…Read More
Karate school to send athlete to Pan American Games in August for third year in a row. July 25, 2018, Westborough, MA – The Massdojo Karate School of Westborough, Mass., sent its national team of nearly 40 athletes to Reno, Nev., earlier this month to compete in the USA National Karate Championships & U.S. Team…Read More
Five of our little guys medaled in individual Kata this morning at the USANKF National Championships in Reno, NV. Left to right: Surya Silver James Bronze Prayag Bronze Tashi Silver (Not pictured Megh bronze)Read More
WESTBOROUGH — The Massdojo Karate School of Westborough sent its national team of nearly 40 athletes to Reno, Nevada, to compete in the USA National Karate Championships and U.S. Team Trials. The group returned with 95 medals and the honor of sending one of its top athletes, Arun Loganathan, of Shrewsbury, to Rio de Janeiro,…Read More
Save the date: June 3, 2017 Where: Massachusetts (Location to come soon) USANKF National Qualifier – offering 2 Kumite Divisions, Kata, and King of the Ring. Hosted by MassDojo, Eric Rossini, SenseiRead More
12 Year old Victoria Princi, a MassDojo student from Westford, Massachusetts packs a punch at the United States National Karate Championship in Pittsburgh PA – July 2016 winning the gold and making the US Team. Victoria was always an active kid and started Karate at the tender age of 6. She made her way quickly…Read More
Karate-do used to be for adults only. Today, karate is mostly made up of children. Some of the children in my program are as young as 4 years old. Karate is about building confidence through repeated study. The practice of karate takes a great of personal study, hard work, and steady progress. Like most martial…Read More