Syllabus

Junbi Undo
(Preparatory exercises)

Hojo Undo
(Supplementary training)

Kata
(Forms)

Kihon Kata
(Basic forms)

Heishu Kata
(Breathing forms)

Kumite
(Paired practices)

Rekishikan
(Studies)

  • History

  • Culture

  • Theories

  • Philosophy

  • Maxims


Kobudo
(Weapons)

The term Kobudo encompasses the various weapons based martial tradition of Okinawa. It is said that Karate and Kobudo are like two wheels of a cart, meaning that they are mutually beneficial to one another and complementary. In the Shinsokai, Kobudo is an optional area of study for yudansha.

  • Kon (Bo)

  • Sai

  • Tonfa

  • Nunchaku

  • Kama

  • Eku

  • Kuwa

“No matter how you may excel in the art of Karate, and in your scholastic endeavors,
nothing is more important than your behavior and your humanity as observed in daily life.”