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Teaching Philosophy

Teaching with Connection Respect and Discipline ​Teaching begins with connection, is bolstered by mutual respect and deepened by the discipline of practice. It is the clear communication of expectations, fair and open dialogue and a sincere, more positive than negative, style of feedback that have been cornerstones of our success at Bushido Karate Dojo. The […]

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Why a Virtual Dojo?

Hi. I’m Renshi Lisa Magiera and I am here to introduce you to the Bushido Karate Virtual Dojo. I live here in Casco, Maine with my amazing family, my husband, Sensei Eric and my two black belt kids Jordan and Nicholas. During the pandemic we have had to close our gym and we have had

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The Path is Clear

So many of my martial arts school owner friends, are making hard choices. Some are closing down. Others are opening their doors to in-person students in the midst of a pandemic. I get it. We want to serve our students. We want to save our businesses. But for Eric, Jordan, Nick and me, opening our

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An Anchor In The Storm

I began teaching after school kids karate programs in the Lakes Region of Maine, in 1999. In 2004, My husband Eric, daughter Jordan, son Nicholas and I became the owners of Bushido Karate Dojo. Owning your own business is a lot like being a black belt. Perseverance is a skill, developed over time and it’s

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    Casco, Maine 04015

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