KARATE BENEFITS

  • Boost your physical health
  • Master self-defence techniques
  • Develop a unique, warrior-like character
  • Face life struggles with confidence
  • Upgrade your observation skills
  • Instil positive aptitude
  • Accept failures with courage
  • Discipline yourself
  • Embrace gratitude and respect
  • Stay special in the crowd
  • Uplift Physical Health
  • Boost for the Mental Health
  • Enhances Focus and Concentration
  • Engrain Values and Morals

KARATE TRAINING

Karate training is the stepping stone to a balanced life.

Do you want to taste the real essence of Karate and develop all these qualities in their finest form? Then you are in the right place. Based in Thrissur we have had a rich experience in the field and only aim for the best for our students. We have made our mark in the field as the best karate learning training or coaching center for Kata and Kumite. Moreover, we are known for our excellent way of teaching and are proud to present our group of carefully selected Karate Instructors to you. Under their guidance, you would not have to look back once you join the best karate classes you can find in South India. Our organization also gives quality lessons in Kobudo weapons training and self-defense training for women. Our facilities including the classrooms and the karate dojo are built with extra care focusing on creating a positive environment for our students. So why wait? Come join us and see for yourself. Have an incredible time learning Karate in its best possible way!

KOBUDO WEAPONS TRAINING

Love shunting random objects around the place without breaking a pin!
Kobudo weapons training is for you.

Kobudo and Karate training are forms of martial arts that are practised together. When Karate training does not involve weapons, Kobudo training is about using different weapons and achieving the purpose without causing any damage. The meaning of Kobudo is an old martial art. Kobudo weapons training requires the person to have extreme control over body movements. Kobudo originated in 17th century Okinawan in Japan. The then Samurai banned weapons and the practice of martial arts in the area. However, locals were in love with martial arts and continued their Karate training secretly. They practised Kobudo weapons training with the locally available farm tools and other available items.

SELF-DEFENCE TRAINING FOR WOMEN

There is rarely a woman who hasn't faced bullying, catcalling, or worse, from the people around. While travelling to study, work or being at home around known, unknown people, woman have experienced weird looks waiting to pounce. It's uncomfortable and scary to the extent that some have to give up their dreams to shield themselves. It is not fair to escape the predator by killing your dreams. The escape is temporary and will do no good in the long run. Women need to equip themselves with self-defence techniques and focus on achieving their dreams. Karate training is an efficient technique that helps you learn self-defence moves. With each stage, you will find yourself less in fear and oozing with confidence. Most attacks on women happen because they are vulnerable and noticeably in fear. With the best Karate master to coach, you will indeed have a fearless aptitude that scares the assaulter. Chose the best Karate classes in Thrissur to get those moves. You can also learn Kobudo weapons training that takes your self-defence a step forward.

FITNESS TRAINING

Take a step towards a healthy tomorrow to achieve wealth till eternity.

Our Karate kata kumite kihon training will help you achieve perfect results. Fitness Training with the best karate coach and their direction of unique diets will improve your entire body. Within no time, there will be a noticeable difference in your muscles and bones. Though we need no one to explain health benefits, the race to earn wealth still takes the front seat. Nowadays, our schedule involves studying, working, eating and doing most of our chores while sitting on the couch. The term 'couch potato' was rightly coined to depict this condition where we are pushing ourselves to engulf numerous diseases. Nobody needs to know how necessary fitness is as we already know that our ultimate wealth is surely a fit body. We are here to inform you how Fitness training is your answer to attaining a fit body, mind and waving goodbye to most lifestyle diseases. Fitness through extensive Karate training improves brainpower.

TRADITIONAL KARATE

Centuries have passed since the origin of this incredible martial art that delves into the deeper meaning of existence. The historical texts and research studies explain how over the years, the commercialization of Karate has made it lose its essence. Traditional Karate is nowhere to be seen in its exact form where it is taught to achieve what the real goals of this martial art are. Traditional karate carves the learner to fight his ego rather than a second person. It teaches him to take upon himself the difficult tasks and arduous activities to break the outer cover of arrogance and bring out the true self. It is said that only after you truly realize who you are can you deal with others. A true form of Karate self-defense means the willpower to keep violence at bay and not to hurt anyone unless and until you feel it is extremely necessary for a moral end. It stands for only justice and peace. Fights, kicks, and harsh injuries only come as a last resort when you feel that you are completely helpless.

KATA

The word ‘kata’ in Japanese means ‘form’. ‘Kata’ consists of individual steps that help a learner to master Karate. These are advised to be practised solely for optimal learning of the technique. It was the sole way in which traditional karate masters imparted knowledge to their pupils. Kata includes swift moves and sudden reflexes that help majorly in strengthening the core muscles and hip.There are 102 katas that are approved by the World Karate Federation out of which Karate kata 1 is what you might have seen mostly in movies. It is the basic step where a person with his folded palms would move both his hands away from his body in order to punch the person standing opposite to him. Similarly, there are 101 other forms of kata that a learner of karate needs to master before he calls himself a professional. Katas are, however, not just limited to Karate and are found to have been an integral part of other art forms like Kabuki and Chado. Often they are considered to be fatal with sharp and quick steps. And due to this reason, it takes years of practice to finally become smooth and comfortable in using all katas.

SPORTS KARATE

Now, this is where Karate today takes a different turn. Here, the primary focus is entertainment combined with sportsman spirit. Over the recent years, Karate as a sport began to gain popularity and it eventually made its entry into the Olympics in 2020 as one of the five new additions. So is Sports Karate different from traditional karate? Yes, the two have significant differences that include the application of katas, sparring, and many more nuances that clearly shows the polarization. Sports karate is more leaned towards competition and gaining points. It, therefore, has those characteristics of other Sports. Moreover, Sports Karate does not look into the philosophical and historical side of martial art. Rather, it has taken the lesson from traditional karate and has given a touch of its own.

KUMITE

Kumite is the third pillar of Karate. It is where the learner tries to practise what he has learned from the Kata and Kihon on another person. Thus in a way, it is the real practical side of learning Karate. There are various types of Kumite that one will learn during his course here in Nochikan. With our specialized training that covers all elements of Karate, learning Kumite will happen in a structured and timely fashion. This pillar of Karate tests the real strength of the learner or karateka. Kumite gauges how effective the pulls and punches of the karateka are. As the primary objective is to induce temporary pain on the opponent, one needs to be extremely diligent while choosing the learning source of Kumite. We can guarantee you the best Kumite tutors, who have learned all types and variations of Kumite through years of practice and experience.

Karate Training

Karate training is the stepping stone to a balanced life.

Most of us perceive karate fighting as physical banter. But it is an entirely different concept. Before starting the karate kicking journey, let us understand the basics of karate training. Karate was initially referred to as 'Chinese hand' in Kanji. Later it was changed to 'Empty hand' as Kanji found existence in the Japanese language.

Kobudo Weapons Training

Love shunting random objects around the place without breaking a pin!
Kobudo weapons training is for you.

Kobudo and Karate training are forms of martial arts that are practised together. When Karate training does not involve weapons, Kobudo training is about using different weapons and achieving the purpose without causing any damage. The meaning of Kobudo is an old martial art. Kobudo weapons training requires the person to have extreme control over body movements.

Self-defence Training for Women

There is rarely a woman who hasn't faced bullying, catcalling, or worse, from the people around. While travelling to study, work or being at home around known, unknown people, woman have experienced weird looks waiting to pounce. It's uncomfortable and scary to the extent that some have to give up their dreams to shield themselves.

Fitness Training

Take a step towards a healthy tomorrow to achieve wealth till eternity.

Our Karate kata kumite kihon training will help you achieve perfect results. Fitness Training with the best karate coach and their direction of unique diets will improve your entire body. Within no time, there will be a noticeable difference in your muscles and bones. Though we need no one to explain health benefits, the race to earn wealth still takes the front seat. Nowadays, our schedule involves studying, working, eating and doing most of our chores while sitting on the couch. The term 'couch potato' was rightly coined to depict this condition where we are pushing ourselves to engulf numerous diseases.

Traditional Karate

Centuries have passed since the origin of this incredible martial art that delves into the deeper meaning of existence. The historical texts and research studies explain how over the years, the commercialization of Karate has made it lose its essence. Traditional Karate is nowhere to be seen in its exact form where it is taught to achieve what the real goals of this martial art are. Traditional karate carves the learner to fight his ego rather than a second person. It teaches him to take upon himself the difficult tasks and arduous activities to break the outer cover of arrogance and bring out the true self. It is said that only after you truly realize who you are can you deal with others. A true form of Karate self-defense means the willpower to keep violence at bay and not to hurt anyone unless and until you feel it is extremely necessary for a moral end. It stands for only justice and peace. Fights, kicks, and harsh injuries only come as a last resort when you feel that you are completely helpless.

Kata

The word ‘kata’ in Japanese means ‘form’. ‘Kata’ consists of individual steps that help a learner to master Karate. These are advised to be practised solely for optimal learning of the technique. It was the sole way in which traditional karate masters imparted knowledge to their pupils. Kata includes swift moves and sudden reflexes that help majorly in strengthening the core muscles and hip.There are 102 katas that are approved by the World Karate Federation out of which Karate kata 1 is what you might have seen mostly in movies. It is the basic step where a person with his folded palms would move both his hands away from his body in order to punch the person standing opposite to him. Similarly, there are 101 other forms of kata that a learner of karate needs to master before he calls himself a professional. Katas are, however, not just limited to Karate and are found to have been an integral part of other art forms like Kabuki and Chado. Often they are considered to be fatal with sharp and quick steps. And due to this reason, it takes years of practice to finally become smooth and comfortable in using all katas.

Sports Karate

Now, this is where Karate today takes a different turn. Here, the primary focus is entertainment combined with sportsman spirit. Over the recent years, Karate as a sport began to gain popularity and it eventually made its entry into the Olympics in 2020 as one of the five new additions. So is Sports Karate different from traditional karate? Yes, the two have significant differences that include the application of katas, sparring, and many more nuances that clearly shows the polarization. Sports karate is more leaned towards competition and gaining points. It, therefore, has those characteristics of other Sports. Moreover, Sports Karate does not look into the philosophical and historical side of martial art. Rather, it has taken the lesson from traditional karate and has given a touch of its own.

Kumite

Kumite is the third pillar of Karate. It is where the learner tries to practise what he has learned from the Kata and Kihon on another person. Thus in a way, it is the real practical side of learning Karate. There are various types of Kumite that one will learn during his course here in Nochikan. With our specialized training that covers all elements of Karate, learning Kumite will happen in a structured and timely fashion. This pillar of Karate tests the real strength of the learner or karateka. Kumite gauges how effective the pulls and punches of the karateka are. As the primary objective is to induce temporary pain on the opponent, one needs to be extremely diligent while choosing the learning source of Kumite. We can guarantee you the best Kumite tutors, who have learned all types and variations of Kumite through years of practice and experience.

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