She has been training in kyokushin karate in Singapore for the past 12.5 years and counting. Her ingenious lesson-activities only have these young aspiring karate members coming back for more.
Sensei Carolyn is also an elite trainer in female self-defense classes, empowering females to protect themselves and their loved ones.
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.
Karate helps one hone the mind and develop focus alongside developing self-expression. It is not just about fighting and is suitable for everyone to discipline their mind and spirit.
On top of developing fighters training programmes for international and regional competitions, Sensei Jimmy is also a trainer who conducts various highly acclaimed fitness programmes as well as self defense classes that many have benefited from.
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The good thing about Karate is that anyone can do it. Young or old, and it’s not necessary to be really fit to learn Karate. Also, the amount of effort you put into training translates into the skill you will develop. Karate training can be done anywhere, in or out of the dojo, so it depends on the individual’s commitment level to excel in it. Not only do we learn Karate as a martial art, values such as humility, respect, and discipline are also imparted.