The Way of karate (KarateDo) is one of Japan’s most famous martial arts. It is an art of self-defense that, for the most part, uses no weapons, hence the meaning of karate empty hand. There are three main categories of techniques strikes with the arm (Uchi) thrusts (Tsuki) and Kicks (Keri). There are also a number of blocks (Uke) to parry the opponent’s attacks. KarateDo places emphasis on courtesy and moral development, and can facilitate these vital aspects of children’s education through active physical participation. Rigorous training enables practitioners of KarateDo to control their emotions, and to sympathize with pain and anguish of other people. Karatekas (karate practitioners) are taught the importance of never hurting other people, and to be respectful of opponents and training partners. This respect ideally extends beyond the confines of the dojo (practice hall) and match court. Practitioners also learn perseverance, and the importance of making efforts to improve the..
Mr. Sridhara Rajapp
Mr. Sridhara Rajappa is the Chief Instructor & Examiner of JKA INDIA-Karnataka. He started providing Karate training in Bengaluru over Eighteen years back and He is a 3rd Dan black belt JAPAN. Karate has helped him develop as a person and provided him with the tools for self-defence. He decided to start Karate training in Bengaluru and got very good response. Many of his Students have learned ...