This style of karate provides a framework that allows students to build confidence, strength, fitness and self-defense skills through the demands of hard training.
Kyokushin Karate, known as the “Strongest Karate”, was founded by the iconic Sosai Mas Oyama. Kyokushin is also famous for full contact, knock-down fighting found on its tournament circuit.
RMA offers all students the opportunity to compete in local, state, National and International tournaments. Our Kyokushin students are a part of the Riverina Kyokushin Karate Association (RKKA) which is a branch of the Australian Kyokushin Karate Association (AKKA). Sensei Frank is the Branch Chief of the RKKA and a member of the IKO Matsushima Group in Japan.
(3- 5 years)
This is a fun class aimed at introducing your kids into the world of Martial Arts. Senpai Karen Cirillo will guide them through drills, basics and padwork.
This is such a cute class!! It’s never too early to start.
Sensei Frank will introduce your children to the demands of the “Strongest Karate”. They will learn karate fundamentals, fighting combinations as well as an understanding of the etiquette involved in Japanese culture.
There is always time for fun and of course Kyokushin fighting!
The Young Lions was the name given to the students of Sosai Mas Oyama, the founder of Kyokushin Karate.
This class dives right into the heart of the style and develops the strength, coordination, and spirit of the young student to meet its demands
(13 years and above)
It’s never to late to take up Kyokushin Karate. The Strongest Karate is a great stand-alone system developed to increase the physical and spiritual aspects of the practitioner’s life.
Self-defense, full contact fighting and physical fitness are all important components of Kyokushin Karate.
RMA offers all ages to take part in Kyokushin training.
Contact us to learn more and book into your first classes.
Known as the “Strongest Karate”, Kyokushin provides a framework that allows students to build confidence, strength, fitness and self-defense skills through the demands of hard training.
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