Karate Bunkai Jutsu Course

Kata bunkai
Paul Mitchell, 4th Dan

My Sensei, Paul Mitchell, 4th Dan, is running a Karate Bunkai Jutsu Course which is of course not to be missed.  The following details are taken from the club website:-


Bunkai Jutsu Course

Practical Karate for Beginner to Black Belt
2nd October 2011 11:00 – 2:30

This course takes the principles & techniques of  Karate and applies them to realistic self defence.

Locks, takedowns and throws are included in this traditional Martial Art alongside the more obvious strikes and kicks.  Sensei Mitchell will be teaching practical uses of the everyday moves within Karate from basic techniques through to the more complex kata moves.

Open to all Karateka from  Beginner to Black belt, all welcome.

Taught by Sensei Paul Mitchell 4th Dan,   Wells Traditional Shotokan Karate Group  Instructor.

Under 4th Kyu minimum age 12

Please bring a packed lunch

 Adults £15.00, Juniors £12.00

 To book your place please e mail: shotokankaratewells@hotmail.co.uk or telephone 01749 670105

 

karate kata bunkai jutsu
karate kata bunkai jutsu

Wells Traditional Shotokan Karate Club is a very friendly and open club.  Not only does Sensei Mitchell teach extremely good bunkai, but he also teaches in an open, friendly and humorous manner; so his courses are enjoyable on several different levels.

To find out more about how and what Sensei Mitchell teaches, please visit the Wells Traditional Shotokan Karate Youtube channel at: http://www.youtube.com/user/wellskarate, then book yourself in for the course.

Iain Abernethy – Bunkai

To start up a blog like this, you can’t get more authoritative then Iain Abernethy.  Iain specialises in grappling bunkai.  Although he is primarily a Wado Ryu Karate stylist, he teaches in a way that it can translate to any style and he takes this into account when teaching.

Iain is a 5th Dan with both the British Combat Association (one of the world’s leading groups for close-quarter combat, self-protection and practical martial arts) and Karate England (the official governing body for Karate in England).  He is in demand all over the World and has a good reputation for being open, approachable and extremely informative.

Here are a few Youtube clips.

To find out more about Iain, visit his website at www.IainAbernethy.com

Iain has written a number of books and DVDs on the subject of bunkai.  In fact this blog takes its name from his book and DVD series entitled “Bunkai Jutsu”; which I can thoroughly recommend.  Iain also regular writes articles for the top martial arts magazines.