ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Sensei Chip Perro began his Shotokan Karate training in 1990, under the instruction of Sensei Glenna Burelson and Master Hirokazu Kanazawa through the Shotokan Karate-Do International Federation (S.K.I.F.) in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Relocating to Boston in 1996, Perro continues his training under the instruction of Sensei Eiji Toru, through the Japanese Karate Association (J.K.A.) in Brookline.
Sensei Perro holds a second-degree black belt with the J.K.A.
When Sensei Perro isn't training, he is working as a filmmaker, having produced multiple feature films, seasons of television, documentaries, and music videos.
ABOUT THE DOJO
Perro Karate combines traditional Shotokan-Karate, the most popular form of Karate in the world, and Cinema-Stunt-Training
Basics, Forms, and Sparring are the core elements of every class.
Unlike competition and point-based martial arts schools, Perro Karate emphasizes practical self defense and on-screen style.