Launceston Dojo's




Satori Karate Exeter 

Tresca Community Centre

Address: 39 Main Rd, Exeter TAS 7275 Tasmania, Australia

Classes Run On Monday and Tuesday in Exeter


Adults 55yrs Plus 2-3pm


5-7yrs 4.30pm

8-12yrs 5.00pm

Teens & Adults 6.00pm

OUR classes



Little Ronin is designed to develop not just motor skills, but social skills, focus and confidence. Children are kept motivated and enthusiastic by gaining ‘stripes’ while allowing  them progress at their own pace.


8-13 YEARS

Children develop advanced physical and mental skills in our  Samurai programme. Using the latest training methods, students learn martial arts and gain confidence and improving their physical fitness. The focus is on developing a positive mindset and performing at their personal best.



For older teens and adults, the Traditional Karate program is designed to develop physical and mental skills to help students face life challenges. The focus is on positive attitude, determination and perseverance, and the development of martial arts skills based on the traditional Shukokai Karate style.

Our Mission

Through high quality Martial Arts instruction in Trevallyn Tasmania, Satori Martial Arts empowers people of all ages to achieve their full potential.

You will learn Self-defence and improve your health and fitness. Your Child will learn life skills in a friendly, safe, positive and uplifting environment.

Children grow to become more confident, successful and focused with a determined attitude to better themselves and their community.

There are so many mental & physical benefits to training at Satori Martial Arts. Building Healthier Bodies & Healthier Minds.

Your Invitation

Learning Martial arts at Satori is fun and provides lifelong benefits. You may think it will be a little intimidating jumping right into a class.

So, we invite you to come in with our a 2 weeks classes with no obligation to join.

We will even fit you out in your own uniform to get started.

You will learn some basic skills and we can answer all your questions.

What are you waiting for?