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Membership

It’s easy to become a member! We now have online membership subscriptions, so that you can easily enroll, renew, and use your membership to get discounts on events and products.

Kilohana membership is open to all. Our members are specifically encouraged to support other martial art organizations, as we believe strongly in the family of martial arts and the concept that by helping each other, we all grow stronger together.

If you share a passion for the martial arts and identify with the spirit of Kilohana, we encourage you to become a part of our ‘Ohana (Hawaiian for extended family.) Your membership helps support events throughout the year and also entitles you to significant discounts and savings.

When you apply for membership, you’ll be prompted to create an account on KilohanaUSA.com, if you don’t already have one.

Individual / Adult Membership

Register yourself, as an adult, with Kilohana. $20/year if affiliated with a Kilohana dojo/school, $40/year if NOT affiliated (independent).

Family/Youth Membership

Register each member of your family (including yourself, if applicable). Adults: $20/year, Youth: $10/year if affiliated with a Kilohana dojo/school. If NOT affiliated with a Kilohana dojo/school, Adults: $40/year, Youth: $20/year.

Dojo/Club/School Membership

If you are a Professor or Sensei who leads a Kilohana Dojo, Club, or School, register your organization with us for $50/year and your individual membership is free.

  • Membership is open without regard to an applicant’s race, color, religion, gender, or national origin.
  • Membership applications are subject to review by the Executive Board.
  • All new applicants are subject to a one year probation period before full membership, and the rights inherent with membership, are conferred. During this probation period they are, however, allowed to study and practice the physical techniques of our systems of martial art.
  • Members of Kilohana are not precluded from belonging to other martial art organizations, as long as those organizations do not violate our moral and ethical standards. Members of Kilohana are specifically encouraged to support other martial art organizations, as we believe strongly in the family of martial arts, and the concept that by helping each other, we all grow stronger together.