Our Karate Federation web page in Okinawa, Japan

Okinawan Goju-ryu Karate Do Kyokai

  (founded 1969 Miyazato Sensei)
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Daito-ryu Aiki-Bujutsu Rengokai

Murphy Del Cueto Sensei


minei sensei at miyazato tomb

Minei Karate Dojo -Nanjo City, Okinawa

Nanko Minei Hanshi, 10th Degree Black Belt

Our home dojo in Okinawa


Brazilian Ju-jitsu

We have offered Brazilian Ju-jitsu since 1994

for approx the last 10 years we have been  training under the

sadly now defuct FRANCO/ BEHRING ALLIANCE, now with

Master instructor Sylvio Behring, Brazil

Master Instructor Sylvio Behring



Welcome to Barton's Martial Arts ! 


For the current Schedule please go to the schedule tab and scroll down to see it all




After 25 years of having a dojo, Patrick Barton is retiring from having a commercial dojo. As of November 1st, 2013 we are closing. Black belts and a few private students will be training at the Barton home dojo.

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Thank you Collingwood!!! we have taught over 5000 students since 1988 and have had an amazing time.


To order the best quality custom Karate gi, go to  -then order through Barton Sensei. Daryoush and Mona make THE BEST KARATE GI you can find!!

100% Real Martial Arts

 At Barton's, we teach authentic martial arts in the true traditional method of the Oriental Masters. We take pride in offering a wide range of quality classes for every age and fitness level.  Our goal is to teach the skills of martial arts and in the process instill our students, young and old, with greater confidence, self-esteem, respect and self-discipline.
Barton's Martial Arts has been serving Collingwood and Area since 1988 and we are the most qualified instructors in the area!

Please note-
when you come into our dojo, you need to set your mental clock back many many years! We do things differently - we are not a bussines that believes the customer is always right, we do not believe in doing things to keep parents and students happy.
Think of our dojo as almost a "lifestyle camp". We expect extreme politeness and manners rarely seen anymore, students are to show up to class early. Students help clean the dojo (training area) and are expected to always act as ladies and gentlemen-keeping in mind that they represent not only our school but the martial arts as a whole. Our goal is to teach respect and manners first and technique second.