For many years, our Dojo has been an example in the field of Martial Arts, community and professional services. We train in Karate for self defence and well being, and to bring about change in the world. We have an Association of Goju Ryu practitioners who are humble, of excellent character and who don't care for anything but the betterment of their students, offering mainstream training without gratuitous advantages.
Absorbing the best there is from old, and also from the young generation of Masters, - we have upheld the traditions, we have maintained the highest standards, the purest technique, and we have an excellent training system.We have encapsulated more than 50 years of training and expertise into a modern combination of self defence capability, and have placed these in the hands of those who search for a better way of "expressing the martial arts".
They are already making a difference!
"Our mission is to preserve, uphold and maintain, the existing traditions of the Martial Arts without prejudice or change, but reserving ourselves the right to learn and develop new techniques and philosophies, in accordance to our guidelines and requirements, and at all times, without the blindfold of zeal.
Let the children grow with Martial Arts, knowing they are learning the sources of goodwill and compassion towards others, and where the ultimate goal is not the colour of the belt, or how high he/she can kick, but rather the spiritual experience obtained while at training.
Let the women grow with a sense of security and self confidence, in the knowledge that what they have learnt, could one day save their lives.
Let men be aware of their shortcomings, and make them learn about justice, equality, caring and friendship. Let them share their skills with others not for profit, but for the love of the sport.
And finally, let all of us, who are trying to preserve this wonderful Art, grow together rather than moving apart, so that everyone could benefit from this pool of knowledge. There's not such thing as "my style is better than...or I am the biggest and the best!" We all do well with what we've got, and we all have something to give the unprivileged, and the not too bright, and the poor, the unemployed, and those who for whatever reasons cannot excel"
This is our mission in life!