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Oulu

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Oulun Shukokai on perustettu 2006. Olemme tällä hetkellä Suomen pohjoisin Shukokai seura. Päävalmentajana toimii sensei Jarmo Sakko (5. dan). Aktiivisten harjoittelijoiden ikäjakauma on tällä hetkellä 9-55 vuotta.

Oulun Shukokai karate

Päävalmentaja:

Sensei Jarmo Sakko
044 551 3059

Yhteystiedot:

oulu@shukokai.fi

Harjoituspaikka:

Svenska privatskolan
Sepänkatu 7

Harjoitukset

Kalenteri

Harjoitukset

Aika ja paikka

Värivöiden harjoitusajat

Maanantaiklo 19:00-20:30
Tiistaiklo 19:00-20:30
Keskiviikkoklo 19:00-20:30

Alkeiskurssin harjoitusajat

Maanantai klo 19:00-20:00
Keskiviikko klo 19:00-20:00

Oulun Shukokai karate

Päävalmentaja:

Sensei Jarmo Sakko
oulu@shukokai.fi
044 551 3059

Harjoituspaikat:

Svenska privatskolan
Sepänkatu 7

Shukokai

Alkeisryhmä

Kurssilla:

  • Käydään helposti ymmärrettävässä muodossa läpi “Hätävarjelus Suomen Lakia noudattaen.”
  • Harjoitellaan helposti omaksuttavia itsepuolustustekniikoita eri tilanteisiin.
  • Harjoitellaan karatetekniikoita ja tehdään muita harjoituksia, jotka parantavat liikkuvuutta, reagointikykyä ja kehonhallintaa.

Shukokai karate on sinulle sopiva laji, kun haluat oppia voimakasta, nopeasti liikkuvaa, tehokasta ja toimivaa kamppailulajia.

Kurssi on suunnattu nuorille ja aikuisille. Laji sopii kaikille, eikä mitään erityisominaisuuksia tarvita, vaan ne kehittyvät harjoittelun myötä.

Alkeiskurssin hinta:

125 e (alle 18v. 115 e, sporttipassilla 85 e).

Perhekarate: jokaisesta seuraavasta perheenjäsenestä -10 e (minimimaksu per.henk: 85 e).

Jäsenmaksu ja vakuutus sisältyy hintaan. Ensimmäiset kaksi viikkoa voit kokeilla lajia maksutta.

Syksyn 2019 alkeiskurssi alkaa: 

Alkeiskurssi alkaa 16.9 klo 19.00

Paikka
Svenska privatskolan, Sepänkatu 7.

Alkeiskurssin treenit ma ja ke klo 19-20

Lisätietoa alkeiskurssista

Oulun

Valmentajat

Päävalmentaja

Sensei Jarmo Sakko, 5. dan

oulu@shukokai.fi

044 551 3059

valmentaja
oulu@shukokai.fi​​

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By Sensei Gavin (Tenafly Shukokai karate).

The Meaning Of Shukokai

Over the years I have heard many different meanings for the name Shukokai. The most common explanation you hear is, “Loosely translated it means Way for all”. This would have to be a very loose translation.

Many years ago I had a Japanese gentleman come up to me at a demonstration and look at the patch on my Gi, he said, ” Ah – Training, Friends, Place”, as he read the three Kanji symbols under the fist. This confused me a little, so I decided to ask Sensei Kimura what Shukokai really meant. He broke down the word into three parts.

Depending on the context, each symbol had a different meaning. In a martial arts context, it is as follows:

Shukokai-Symbols

SHU – The study of the martial arts.

KO – People with a common cause, coming together.

KAI – Association.

Basically it means:

AN ASSOCIATION WHERE PEOPLE COME TOGETHER TO STUDY THE MARTIAL ARTS

He went on to explain that in the 1950’s his teacher, Sensei Tani, had wanted to create an association where the heads of all styles of Karate could come together to pool their ideas to create a standardized technique so that everyone was on the same page, instead of the variation which we see today (this could be where the “Way for all” translation may have come from). However his plan didn’t work, probably due to the fact that everyone has an ego that they already had all of the answers. So, Sensei Tani who was teaching Shito Ryu kept the name Shukokai as the name of his association.

When Sensei Kimura began traveling overseas to teach he called the style Shukokai, before that it was not a style name. As time passed Sensei Kimura had developed his technique to a point where it was technically different to Mr. Tani’s Shito Ryu although he never forgot his connections to Mr Tani and still supported him in any way he could.

by Gavin Armstrong
Over the years I have heard many different meanings for the name Shukokai. The most common explanation you hear is, “Loosely translated it means Way for all”. This would have to be a very loose translation.

Many years ago I had a Japanese gentleman come up to me at a demonstration and look at the patch on my Gi, he said, ” Ah – Training, Friends, Place”, as he read the three Kanji symbols under the fist. This confused me a little, so I decided to ask Sensei Kimura what Shukokai really meant. He broke down the word into three parts.

Depending on the context, each symbol had a different meaning. In a martial arts context, it is as follows:

Shukokai-Symbols

SHU – The study of the martial arts.

KO – People with a common cause, coming together.

KAI – Association.

Basically it means:

AN ASSOCIATION WHERE PEOPLE COME TOGETHER TO STUDY THE MARTIAL ARTS

He went on to explain that in the 1950’s his teacher, Sensei Tani, had wanted to create an association where the heads of all styles of Karate could come together to pool their ideas to create a standardized technique so that everyone was on the same page, instead of the variation which we see today (this could be where the “Way for all” translation may have come from). However his plan didn’t work, probably due to the fact that everyone has an ego that they already had all of the answers. So, Sensei Tani who was teaching Shito Ryu kept the name Shukokai as the name of his association.

When Sensei Kimura began traveling overseas to teach he called the style Shukokai, before that it was not a style name. As time passed Sensei Kimura had developed his technique to a point where it was technically different to Mr. Tani’s Shito Ryu although he never forgot his connections to Mr Tani and still supported him in any way he could.

by Gavin Armstrong
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Hieno juttu . Mitä on muuten suomeksi " Tenafly" 😝 tirsk.

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