Japan Karate Association (JKA) Australia Inc.
Shotokan Karate Greensborough
With a vast membership in over 120 countries, the JKA is the world’s largest and
most prestigious karate organization. Recognized heir to the Shotokan karate
tradition, it is the only legal karate entity officially approved by the
Japanese government as an association of members Shadan Hojin for the promotion
of karate, and granted a tax-free status. More importantly, the JKA is the
preserver of the soul and spirit of the art of kokufu-bunka karate-do-karate
on the ancient Japanese tradition of Bushido (the way of the samurai). The
JKA's mission is to promote this way of karate throughout the world, ensuring
that it remains true to the philosophical precepts upon which it was founded.
JKA is family martial art and self-defense school where mothers, fathers, sons and daughters can share their martial arts and self defence experience in Melbourne's Northern Suburbs. Our style is predominately non-contact so students can expect to train hard, but feel safe. For those in our senior class contact sparring is an option along with semi and no contact fighting.
JKA Greensborough is built on sharing and learning from all students' life time experiences and to gain strength from those we know and meet. Everyone at JKAA Greensborough is encouraged to act, behave, believe and conduct themselves in a way that sees them as a black belt long before it has happened. It is a representation of what is within us that makes a student a black belt, even when they are only beginning their martial arts journey. This is what makes every student at JKA Greensborough a winner.
Next Grading Exams August 29th 2016
To be held at Greensborough College Gym
2016 JKA Australia National Seminar
4th, 5th & 6th March
JKA Australia is proud to present:
Ueki Masaaki Sensei
Chief Instructor, JKA HQ
Rank: 9th Dan
Shiina Mai Sensei
Rank: 3rd Dan
Nishimura Takaatsu Shihan
Chairman, JKA Australia Inc.
Rank: 7th Dan
Keith Geyer Shihan
7th Dan JKA-SKC Australia
Jim Wood MBE Sensei
7th Dan JKA Karate Do Australia
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Registrations via branch instructors
JKA sign the “In-Yo” symbol. This is a small circle within the larger circle. The smaller circle is red in color and represents the sun. “In-Yo” symbol has the same meaning as the Chinese “Yin-Yang” symbol. It represents a balance between opposite forces and transferred sense,
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