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April 2/3, 2016 - Level 5, 6, & 7 USAG Sectional #3

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April 16/17, 2016 - Sandcastle Invitational - All Levels

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Shotokan Karate

About the Program

Established in 1980, the Seashore Shotokan Karate Club is a member of the Japan Karate Association (main body in Japan) and the International Shotokan Karate Federation (chief instructor Teruyuki Okazaki, Philadelphia, PA,

Beginners Welcome - Stop by before any class, Mon-Wed-Fri at 7:30pm, to meet the instructors and watch a class.

Adult Classes: Mon-Wed-Fri 7:30-9:00PM

Kids Classes: Mon-Wed-Fri 6:30-7:30


Training in karate teaches us not only self-defense but, to respect others as well as ourselves. We train our body to be strong, and our mind and spirit to be patient, in order to become the best human beings we can be. Karate is a spiritual endeavor, a way to develop a person as an individual. Everything we learn in the dojo, or training hall, should be applied to everyday life. Karate training is not always easy. Often times it can be very difficult and demanding. This is also true of life. If we can overcome obstacles in our training, it enables us to have strong character to do the same in our everyday lives.

The very essence of karate, the main purpose of training - is all about improving ourselves. We must always work hard at this.When we take responsibility to become persons of good character and integrity, we will be doing our part to make the world a better place, which in turn can help to bring peace to the world. This was the legacy of my teacher, Master Gichin Funakoshi. It is also my personal goal, and the goal of the International Shotokan Karate Federation, to teach not only karate techniques, but moreover, to do my best to guide our members in the understanding of what it means to be a true martial artist. A true martial artist constantly strives to be a good human being.


The ISKF is a non-profit organization established in 1977. The ISKF encourages the sound development of its members so that they may benefit physically, morally, and spiritually from the art of karate. The association also aims to promulgate, perpetuate, and improve true karate-do throughout the world.
There are many benefits to joining the ISKF. Membership allows the members of a dojo access to the best instruction, and the highest-level instructors. Members may participate in Camps, Seminars, and Tournaments sponsored by the ISKF throughout the world, and clubs are eligible to invite senior instructors for examinations and seminars.

Members may test for rank by an official ISKF examiner only. All club directors or instructors must be Nidan (2nd degree black belt) and above, and officially registered within the ISKF.

All club applications are subject to approval by the Chairman and Chief Instructor of the ISKF. If you are interested in becoming affiliated with the ISKF, please contact the ISKF Headquarters directly.