“Strong and caring people are the pillars of society and Karate helps cultivate them.” Les Bubka Omoiyari is one of the Japanese expressions that is very difficult to explain to a non-Japanese person. Some say it is thoughtfulness or as Sugiyama Lebra defines Omoiyari “the ability and willingness […]
Seiza “proper sitting” Throughout the early history of Japan various ways of sitting were regarded as ‘proper’, such as sitting cross-legged, sitting with one knee raised, or sitting to the side. People’s social circumstances, clothing styles, and the places where they sat naturally brought about their manners of […]
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In every aspect of life we meet people who say “Don’t worry you can count on me. I’ll be there.” However, when it comes to take action they do not due to a change in their circumstances. The same situation occurs in the dojo as many students […]
In our style there are three Kihon Kata, this forms are design as transition from traditional Kata (self-defence) to modern sports sparring, hope you will enjoy the clip. If you would like to support us subscribe to our channel.
This video shows a drill for Pinan Sono Go Kata. This is a basic level of understanding the techniques within the Kata. If you enjoyed watching this video please click subscribe button.
Kumite Dachi- Fighting Stance, eight basic steps for our style of Karate About the author: Les Bubka is an experienced martial artist, personal trainer and therapist who specialises in posture, mobility and Karate. Les works with a wide variety of clients including martial artists and athletes as well […]