KSTSK

Kamaete Schools of Traditional Shotokan Karate

 

Who are KSTSK?

Broxbourne Karate is part of an association called KSTSK. This is headed up and is created by chief instructors Rakesh Patel and Peter Khera in 2005. Both have reached 6th Dan and with 20 years teaching experience and passion for the art, this passion is something that is passed on to each of their students. Including this club, there are 14 clubs in the association, either taught by the chief instructors or other students who are club owners.

 

How do I progress to my next belt?

KSTSK holds 4 gradings (exams) each year. All students wishing to grade have to seek their Sensei's permission before submitting their paperwork and license. The clubs in the association come together and demonstrate in front of the chief instructors their knowledge and techniques required to move onto the next belt. If the student passes, their license is stamped and they also receive a certificate. The belt is presented in class.

 

What esle can KSTSK offer?

The association holds two courses a year. Students from all the clubs come together to train and learn something new that may not be on their syllabus. Both the gradings and the open courses are a great opportunity for students to meet like minded people and share experiences.

 

Every May there is a competition open to all students from beginners all the way through to black belt. This gives everyone a chance to compete in kata, a formal exercise where there are prescribed movements and techniques, or try their luck in kumite, a sparring competition.

 

Last but not least, there is a Christmas party for the adults and so the younger members do not feel left out, there is a children's party once a year.

 

Karate clothing such as gi's, track suits, t-shirts and hoodies with the association logo on them are available and also equipment for sparring. Please ask your sensei for an order form.

 

For more information about the association, please click the link kstsk.co.uk

© Broxbourne Karate

KSTSK

Kamaete Schools of Traditional Shotokan Karate

 

KSTSK

Kamaete Schools of Traditional Shotokan Karate

 

Who are KSTSK?

Broxbourne Karate is part of an association called KSTSK. This is headed up and is created by chief instructors Rakesh Patel and Peter Khera in 2005. Both have reached 6th Dan and with 20 years teaching experience and passion for the art, this passion is something that is passed on to each of their students. Including this club, there are 14 clubs in the association, either taught by the chief instructors or other students who are club owners.

 

How do I progress to my next belt?

KSTSK holds 4 gradings (exams) each year. All students wishing to grade have to seek their Sensei's permission before submitting their paperwork and license. The clubs in the association come together and demonstrate in front of the chief instructors their knowledge and techniques required to move onto the next belt. If the student passes, their license is stamped and they also receive a certificate. The belt is presented in class.

 

What esle can KSTSK offer?

The association holds two courses a year. Students from all the clubs come together to train and learn something new that may not be on their syllabus. Both the gradings and the open courses are a great opportunity for students to meet like minded people and share experiences.

 

Every May there is a competition open to all students from beginners all the way through to black belt. This gives everyone a chance to compete in kata, a formal exercise where there are prescribed movements and techniques, or try their luck in kumite, a sparring competition.

 

Last but not least, there is a Christmas party for the adults and so the younger members do not feel left out, there is a children's party once a year.

 

Karate clothing such as gi's, track suits, t-shirts and hoodies with the association logo on them are available and also equipment for sparring. Please ask your sensei for an order form.

 

For more information about the association, please click the link kstsk.co.uk

Who are KSTSK?

Broxbourne Karate is part of an association called KSTSK. This is headed up and is created by chief instructors Rakesh Patel and Peter Khera in 2005. Both have reached 6th Dan and with 20 years teaching experience and passion for the art, this passion is something that is passed on to each of their students. Including this club, there are 14 clubs in the association, either taught by the chief instructors or other students who are club owners.

 

How do I progress to my next belt?

KSTSK holds 4 gradings (exams) each year. All students wishing to grade have to seek their Sensei's permission before submitting their paperwork and license. The clubs in the association come together and demonstrate in front of the chief instructors their knowledge and techniques required to move onto the next belt. If the student passes, their license is stamped and they also receive a certificate. The belt is presented in class.

 

What esle can KSTSK offer?

The association holds two courses a year. Students from all the clubs come together to train and learn something new that may not be on their syllabus. Both the gradings and the open courses are a great opportunity for students to meet like minded people and share experiences.

 

Every May there is a competition open to all students from beginners all the way through to black belt. This gives everyone a chance to compete in kata, a formal exercise where there are prescribed movements and techniques, or try their luck in kumite, a sparring competition.

 

Last but not least, there is a Christmas party for the adults and so the younger members do not feel left out, there is a children's party once a year.

 

Karate clothing such as gi's, track suits, t-shirts and hoodies with the association logo on them are available and also equipment for sparring. Please ask your sensei for an order form.

 

For more information about the association, please click the link kstsk.co.uk

© Broxbourne Karate

© Broxbourne Karate

KSTSK

Kamaete Schools of
Traditional Shotokan Karate

Who are KSTSK?

Broxbourne Karate is part of an association called KSTSK. This is headed up and is created by chief instructors Rakesh Patel and Peter Khera in 2005. Both have reached 6th Dan and with 20 years teaching experience and passion for the art, this passion is something that is passed on to each of their students. Including this club, there are 14 clubs in the association, either taught by the chief instructors or other students who are club owners.

 

How do I progress to my next belt?

KSTSK holds 4 gradings (exams) each year. All students wishing to grade have to seek their Sensei's permission before submitting their paperwork and license. The clubs in the association come together and demonstrate in front of the chief instructors their knowledge and techniques required to move onto the next belt. If the student passes, their license is stamped and they also receive a certificate. The belt is presented in class.

 

What esle can KSTSK offer?

The association holds two courses a year. Students from all the clubs come together to train and learn something new that may not be on their syllabus. Both the gradings and the open courses are a great opportunity for students to meet like minded people and share experiences.

 

Every May there is a competition open to all students from beginners all the way through to black belt. This gives everyone a chance to compete in kata, a formal exercise where there are prescribed movements and techniques, or try their luck in kumite, a sparring competition.

 

Last but not least, there is a Christmas party for the adults and so the younger members do not feel left out, there is a children's party once a year.

 

Karate clothing such as gi's, track suits, t-shirts and hoodies with the association logo on them are available and also equipment for sparring. Please ask your sensei for an order form.

 

For more information about the association, please click the link kstsk.co.uk

KSTSK

Kamaete Schools of
Traditional Shotokan Karate

© Broxbourne Karate

© Broxbourne Karate

KSTSK

Kamaete Schools of Traditional Shotokan Karate

Who are KSTSK?

Broxbourne Karate is part of an association called KSTSK. This is headed up and is created by chief instructors Rakesh Patel and Peter Khera in 2005. Both have reached 6th Dan and with 20 years teaching experience and passion for the art, this passion is something that is passed on to each of their students. Including this club, there are 14 clubs in the association, either taught by the chief instructors or other students who are club owners.

 

How do I progress to my next belt?

KSTSK holds 4 gradings (exams) each year. All students wishing to grade have to seek their Sensei's permission before submitting their paperwork and license. The clubs in the association come together and demonstrate in front of the chief instructors their knowledge and techniques required to move onto the next belt. If the student passes, their license is stamped and they also receive a certificate. The belt is presented in class.

 

What esle can KSTSK offer?

The association holds two courses a year. Students from all the clubs come together to train and learn something new that may not be on their syllabus. Both the gradings and the open courses are a great opportunity for students to meet like minded people and share experiences.

 

Every May there is a competition open to all students from beginners all the way through to black belt. This gives everyone a chance to compete in kata, a formal exercise where there are prescribed movements and techniques, or try their luck in kumite, a sparring competition.

 

Last but not least, there is a Christmas party for the adults and so the younger members do not feel left out, there is a children's party once a year.

 

Karate clothing such as gi's, track suits, t-shirts and hoodies with the association logo on them are available and also equipment for sparring. Please ask your sensei for an order form.

 

For more information about the association, please click the link kstsk.co.uk

© Broxbourne Karate