Class Schedule and Rates

The AISKF teaches a traditional curriculum that is based on a systematic, continuous and progressive educational approach. Classes are held in a group setting and structured to provide individualized instruction. Like all complex motor skills, karate do techniques can be learned only through careful coaching, rigorous training, and constant repetition.

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Place of the Training

Training Place: Busy Bee Play School
Day: Saturday and Sunday
Timing: 6.30AM to 7.30AM(Morining

Training Place: Ramani's Mayauri Ground(CBE).
Day: Saturday and Sunday
Timing: 6.30AM to 7.30AM(Morining)

Training Place: Chinnavadampatti(CBE).
Day: Saturday and Sunday
Timing: 5.00PM to 6.30PM(Evening)

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Our Rates

Our tuition is only Rs.150per month! For more informaiton on our dojo

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  •         Soke T.Ogasawara
         Head Master, Japan

    History: Shorinji-Ryu is a traditional martial art that is practiced around the world. Originally practiced in Okinawa, Shorinji-Ryu is one of many schools or ‘ryu’ of karate do. It is a system that teaches unarmed techniques....

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  •        Dr.Thomas Cauley
             Inter'l Director

    The formal name for our system of karate do is Ogasawara-Ha (Sakugawa Koshiki) Shorinji-Ryu Karate do. Ogasawara-Ha identifies our school’s lineage specifically through the Ogasawara family. Sakugawa Koshiki Shorinji-Ryu...

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  •      Late Shihan T.Pandiraj
              Former Director

    Ogasawara-Ha(Sakugawa Koshiki) Shorinji-Ryu is part of the Isshin kai kan Institute of Karate and is registered with the Japanese Ministry of Education as a Fine Art. Rankings are certified by the Zen Tohoku Karate do Kempo Kumiai...

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  •     Sensei Thiyagu Nagaraj
             National Director

    All India Shorinji-Ryu Karate Federation-AISKF ® is a national Shorinji-Ryu karate sanctioning and training organizational body which follows Ogasawara-Ha Shorinji-Ryu Karate disciplines of the Japanese. . To facilitate the advancements’...

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