Shotokan Karate club Fukui (SofM) is working in a partnership with School of Masters, which is a club founded in 2002 by senior instructor Jacek Lipinski. The aim of the two clubs is to introduce this sport to a younger generation as it provides a lot of benefits and opportunities in life. In the future, the intention of the Fukui club is to show that karate is an activity which brings together the diversity of different cultures and countries.

Shotokan is one of four major styles of Karate-do practiced in Japan today. It was brought from Okinawa to Japan in the 1920s by Funakoshi Gichin and was subsequently popularized and taught across the world by instructors during the 1950s and 60s. Shotokan karate is currently one of the most widely practiced styles of Martial arts around the world. Furthermore, it is very safe for kids as it’s without contact.

There are many benefits to be gained from karate training in our club including:

  • Improved fitness, flexibility and stamina
  • Reduced stress level
  • Develop your self confidence
  • Improved mental and physical co-ordination
  • Improve your child’s discipline, concentration and motivation
  • Family training encourages co-operation, team-work and shared values
  • The opportunity to take part in tournaments and special seminars
  • You can make lasting friendships

Instructor: Sensei Kamil Hejmanowski

  • 2nd Dan Attained in 2014
  • 7 times World Championship medallist

Attenborough Hall.

Wednesday
1615 – 1715: 4-5 year olds
1715 – 1815: 5-7 year olds
1815 – 1915: Mix family group
1915 – 2015: 8+

Friday
1615 – 1715: 4-5 year olds
1715 – 1815: 5-7 year olds
1815 – 1915: Mix family group
1915 – 2015: 8 +

ALL STUDENTS WELCOME FOR TRIAL SESSION

07943 903052

k.hejmanowski@yahoo.co.uk