Traditional Karate-Do Styles

Our school teaches Traditional Karate-Do classes with katas originating back to the ancient Okinawan Karate to more modern karate and other styles such as Shito-Ryu and Shotokan styles. Our classes emphazises in teaching the philosophy, bunkais and forms the way they were passed down from previous Masters such as: Kyan, Nakayama and Mabuni. These classes are combined with the self defense principles that are an integral part of the art. There are other katas that are practiced as well and they are part of the particular style and developed for our three main styles and are used for competition purposes.

The different styles we practice can be described very briefly as follows:
a) The Shorin-Ryu system is characterized by their quick and fluid movements. Its main goal is to teach the students to develop their speed and their fast reaction time. This allows the practitioners to move out of the way instead of confronting the oponent.
b) The Shito Ryu system is characterized by having the physical strength and powerful stances derived from Shuri-te and Naha-Te. This style is extremely fast but still can be artistic as well as powerfull.
c) The Shotokan system is characterized by deep, long stances that provide stability, enable powerful movements, and strengthen legs. This style is considered a very strong and powerful style but troughtout is practice can develop very fast thecniques as well.

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