DOJO
WU’s
Fighters

Formally founded in 2012 by Sensei Jimmy Lim, DOJO WU is a martial arts school that teaches traditional full contact Kyokushin karate in Singapore.

DOJO
WU’s
Fighters

Formally founded in 2012 by Sensei Jimmy Lim, DOJO WU is a martial arts school that teaches traditional full contact Kyokushin karate in Singapore.

Announcement

 

Our JC outlet has now moved to Oxley Bizhub at Ubi.

Saturday 1030am-12pm (From October 2020 onwards)

Dojo Wu at OTH Active Sg is up for bookings, limited to 10 pax per day.

Saturday 2pm-4pm, Sunday 10am-11.30am

Dojo Wu at SCAPE has resumed, limited to 10 pax per day.

Wednesday 8pm-930pm

Training in *Scape at Orchard Road, Oxley Bizhub at Ubi, Our Tampines Hub and JTC Summit, we have students of various nationalities between ages 6 to 60, and is one of the largest Kyokushin karate schools in Singapore affiliated with the renowned WKO (World Karate Organisation) Shinkyokushinkai organsiation.

Karate Classes

Kihon (Basics)

The practice and mastery of Kihon is essential to all advanced training. This includes the practice of correct body form and breathing...

Kata (Form)

Kata is a form of ritualized self-training in which patterned or memorized movements are done in order to practice a form of combat maneuvering.

Kumite (Sparring)

Sparring is an important part of kyokushin training. High emphasis is placed on full contact sparring which is mostly done without any gloves or protective equipment, especially for senior level trainings.

Our Instructor

(5th Dan)

Shihan Patrick Teo

is the Singapore Branch Chief and President of World Karate Organization (WKO) Shinkyokushinkai Singapore.

is the Singapore Branch Chief and President of World Karate Organization (WKO) Shinkyokushinkai Singapore. With over 30 years of coaching experience, his dedication has seen the rise of many promising young and late adulthood karate fighters comprising male and female students from all walks of life.

Sensei Wu Jie Jun

Sensei Jie Jun is a seasoned, experienced fighter and technical trainer. Having vast experience and exposure to various martial arts and Kyokushin Karate,

Sensei Jie Jun is a seasoned, experienced fighter and technical trainer. Having vast experience and exposure to various martial arts and Kyokushin Karate, Sensei Jie Jun is able to identify the potential in each individual and develop them accordingly. His fighting techniques are well known to many for accuracy and power.

Sensei Jie Jun started training in Kyokushin karate in 2008. He quickly went on to become 2nd runner up in the 6th King Seng tournament, as well as the champion and defending champion for Singapore Full Contact tournaments in both 2013 and 2014.

Sensei Melvern Ong

Sensei Melvern started training in Kyokushin Karate in 1987 when he was still a schoolboy.

Sensei Melvern started training in Kyokushin Karate in 1987 when he was still a schoolboy. He fondly remembers being guided by responsible seniors with the strong camaraderie forged through hard training. And cherishes the memory of seeing Sosai Oyama in person. Sensei Melvern obtained 1st Dan in 1994. After a subsequent break, he returned to training as a White belt to reacquire the basics. In 2013, he successfully tested for 2nd Dan under Shihan Kenji Midori. Now in his 40s, Sensei Melvern aspires to train hard for as long as he can and fulfill his obligation to fellow members.

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