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affiliated to
Japan Karate Association England

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New beginners class will start each January and September.
Beginners classes will be every Monday and Thursday from 18.00-19.00. Our classes are suitable for both children and adults. The minimum starting age is 6 years old. Our instructors are fully qualified, insured and enhanced CRB checked. During the first few weeks of training students learn basic etiquette. Emphasis is placed on politeness, and respect for their fellow students, instructors and parents (children class). Karate boasts improved self-confidence, mind-body coordination and self-discipline. Karate is also fantastic way to relieve stress and tension brought on through daily routine in all styles of life.

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Our Instructor Kris Jasinski was a student of Sensei Keinosuke Enoeda 9 Dan JKA

He is a member of Japan Karate Association with 30 years training and studied Karate at the highest level including international competitions (1st Gichin Funakoshi Shotokan Cup in Tokyo 1985). He studied Karate in Fukuoka under Sensei Shinobu Hashiguchi 8 Dan JKA.

Kris is currently training under the guidance of Sensei Yoshinobu Ohta 7 Dan JKA, chief instructor of JKA England.

::: Invitation to Japanese Community living in London from Polonia Shotokan Karate Club.

We would like to invite you to take part in our karate activities. We believe that there are Japanese people living in London in particular West London who have trained karate Shotokan in Japan or would like to start karate training in West London.
::: Kuro-obi from the Tiger of Shotokan
Click here to read the article
10 Feb 2013
Our Instructor trip to Japan
Fotos are here
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Our club’s new name is
Kyoushinkai Karate
(Kyou Shin Kai 橋心会)

It means Strong Mind, as well as Bridge, connecting Europe to Japan.


Training will take place in the Dance Studio of the Reynolds Sports Centre,
Reynolds Sports Centre Acton High School Gunnersbury Lane London W3 8EY

The new dojo is equipped with mirrors, which will be very beneficial to our study of kihon and kata; there is also access to showers after training.

Parking is available on site. The nearest tube station is Acton Town on the Piccadilly and District Line.

Classes take place every Monday & Thursday:

all grades:
6.00pm - 7.00pm

advance 6th kyu + :
7.00pm - 8.00pm

Training will start on Monday, 5th September. 

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