Agape Karate & Fitness Center


Instructor: Wilton White, 5th Dan


Shihan Wilton White

Born in Brooklyn, New York in 1958 but he grew up in Fuquay, NC. Upon completing high school and undergraduate work in North Carolina, Shihan White came back to New York in 1983. It was then that Shihan White started his career in the contract security sector, married his beautiful wife of 20 years, Diane and later began raising his two boys, Wilton Jr. and Jeremiah.

Shihan White has trained in martial arts for 19 years, which started in 1984 under his first instructor Kyoshi Isaac Zato of the Kuroshi-Do System, later received his black belt from Grand Master Michael Willet of Chosen-Do System.

Shihan White is the founder of the Agape Do System. His teaching includes a variety of karate styles such as Goju, Jiu Jitsu and Ninjtsu. Academically he holds a BS degree in Criminal Justice from Elizabeth City State University in North Carolina and he is an inductee of the USA Martial Arts Hall of Fame.

After working in corporate America for 20 years he decided to open up his own karate school, Agape Karate & Fitness Center. He runs this school full-time and now his career is training children and adults in the Agape Do System. Agape Karate & Fitness Center has been in existence for two years and now has over 100 students enrolled consistently.

Shihan White’s philosophy is based on the word of God that is found in the Holy Bible. The uniqueness of his system is that he teaches Christian martial arts based not only on the physical aspects of martial arts but also the mental. His compassion for mankind allows him to always be open to new growth and development in his training and teaching. Shihan White’s favorite saying is, “…it is good to be a teacher but greater to be a student.” He truly believes that the children are our future therefore we must train them today.


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Agape Karate & Fitness Center Inc
490 Uniondale Ave
Uniondale, NY 11553

Phone: 516-565-3060


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