In speaking with parents of our students, we enjoy learning their perspectives on our training. While nearly all share a…
From ages 3 to 113, MuDoKai Martial Arts is right for you.
Who We Are
The University Karate Center is one of the oldest martial arts schools in Plantation, FL, opening its doors in 1980. We are the home of MuDoKai karate, which translates to "The Unlimited Way". By integrating the best of many martial arts styles, we help you build lifelong skills, suitable for any age, experience level, or physical ability.
All of our instructors are students themselves. You gain the benefits of all that training to become your best you!
Shihan Robert Mason
Founder & Head Instructor
Having started his training in 1960, Shihan Mason has experience from all over the world, bringing these insights back to the MuDoKai curriculum.
Sensei Brian Stamp
Lead Adult & Tai Chi Instructor
Having begun his training in the 1960s, Sensei Stamp has never stopped building experience and skills.
Sensei David FungSang
Lead Junior Instructor
Since a young age, Sensei FungSang sought to build his own skills, while passionately helping others in their own pursuits.
We asked students and their families what they loved most about training at University Karate Center. Here's what they shared.
"The lessons I learned at this facility from Shihan Mason are still alive and strong in me. The techniques are awesome, but Mr. Mason is spectacular. He is the real deal and if you have a kid or want training yourself I highly recommend this school."
"University Karate Center is a great place for students to learn self defense and good karate skills. Students are not promoted unless the Sensei thinks they are ready. My son has been here for a year and really enjoys the classes. He also has made lots of friends here."
(While attending an Advanced Karate Seminar hosted by Mason)
"Shihan Mason is one of the best martial artists I've had the pleasure to train with."
Answering Your Martial Arts Questions
One of the first questions a potential student asks us is, “how much does karate training cost?” And if it’s not asked, let’s be honest…you thought it.