Seishin-Kan Locations

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The Seishin-Kan mailing address is:

PO Box 8684
San Antonio, TX 78208-0684

( USA (01) 210.591.7551

We offer no regularly scheduled instruction at our administrative offices.  Instead, the majority of instruction by Seishin-Kan instructors is provided at our member dōjō and kenkyūkai listed below or seminars conducted by our instructors.

IMPORTANT NOTE:  Not all of the arts and styles of budō taught by the Seishin-Kan are available at every location.  Please contact the local dōjō nearest you for information concerning the specific arts and styles offered there.

Victory Dōjō - San Antonio (Universal City), Texas

NBSK-SA_logoThe Victory Dōjō serves the greater San Antonio area and is located in Universal City, fronting on the Charles Anderson Loop (Hwy 1604) in the northeastern area of the San Antonio area.

Victory Dōjō
Victory Assembly of God
1017 W. Byrd Boulevard
Universal City, Texas 78148

(210) 591-7551
info@seishin-kan.org

Classes are conducted in the main sanctuary of the church three days a week and cover the full Seishin-Kan curriculum of Nippon budō and Okinawa budōParticipants need not be members of the church.  Anyone wishing to train or observe is welcome to join or visit!  For further information, including class schedules and fees, as well as driving directions, please click here.

Mills Seitō Family Dōjō - Anna, Texas

Karate-doThe Mills Seitō Family Dōjō ("Mills Traditiona Family Dōjō")  offers training in traditional Nippon Budō and Okinawa Budō in the northeastern area of greater Dallas, Texas:

Mills Seitō Family Dojo
2349 Stefani Street
Anna, TX  75409

For information and class schedule, please contact kenkyūkai leader, John Mills Sensei (johnsmills2001@yahoo.com  or phone 608.718.9649).

Seishin-Kan Hombu Dōjō - San Antonio, Texas

Karate-doCurrently, the Victory Dōjō serves as hombu (headquarters) dōjō for the Nippon Budō Seishin-Kan. There, Seishin-Kan instructors teach the full curriculum of Nippon budō and Okinawa budō to participants from the greater San Antonio area.

Nevertheless, the Seishin-Kan is still seeking a permanent location to serve as hombu dōjō and house its archives and memorabilia.  Anyone wishing to donate a suitable facility, or the property on which to build one, is encouraged to contact us.  We are expecting official IRS approval of our tax-exempt status within the next 90 days.

To discuss a donation, please email us (info@seishin-kan.org) or call (210) 751-5991.