Westminster Mile High Karate is developing life skills that help kids in school, home, socially and so MUCH More in Westminster, CO.
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About Our Owners Alan and Kellie Ogle
Mile High Karate has developed 1,000’s of Black Belts including school owners Kellie and Alan Ogle. Alan and Kellie began training alongside their two daughters, Makayla and Trinity in 2013 and then had an opportunity to take over the Westminster Mile High school in 2015.
With a passion for helping community members stay safe while teaching the “art” of martial arts, Alan and Kellie believe that each student can obtain their goals and objectives in life. While teaching techniques that save lives with life skills that work both on and off the mat, our students get the best instruction possible in Westminster, CO.
Why Choose Westminster Mile High Karate?
Gain self-discipline, focus, better grades, confidence, and temper control while enjoying fun classes
Welcome to the Westminster Mile High Karate family! Whether you are an adult looking to stay physically fit or learn self-defense, have a child who could use a little more confidence, or even a teen who wants to learn leadership skills and form new friendships, you’ve come to the right place.
We are here to help you become a better version of yourself.
You won’t find the same boring routines class after class here in Westminster, CO. We want to nudge you outside of your comfort zone and encourage you to push a little harder – all while keeping it fun in the process!
We work hard to have a good mix of dynamic martial arts training and sparring, practical self-defense drills, and challenging weapons routines.
Real Life Skills and Positive Encouragement
It’s way more than the physical stuff. In Westminster Mile High Karate classes, we talk about Life Skills – a LOT. You’ll hear words like Honesty, Respect, Discipline, Belief & Self-Esteem – in every class. We want you to walk away from every class feeling more empowered both physically AND mentally.
And who doesn’t need encouragement? In the old days, you’d practice a drill over and over until your bones ached and you wanted to collapse, just to have the instructor come by and tell you, “You’re doing it wrong.” That was then, and those days are over. Instead, we believe in the concept of calling a student out because they’re doing it RIGHT. When the whole class turns to look at little Bobby who just got praised out loud for executing a perfect block, how do you think that makes him feel? That’s right – he feels AWESOME! And soon, the other students are striving to get ‘called out’ too. Positive encouragement really works!