KATA / INSTRUCTION / DEMOS
THE BASICS - KATA & KIHON
This section includes some of the kihon basics and kata of Seireikai Kyokushin Karate. The kata practiced are kyokushin and Oyama Karate based kata inspired from the teachings of the Great Soshu Shigeru Oyama. The kata are slightly modified to express the characteristics and techniques of Seireikai Kyokushin Karate.
ORENJI OBI NO KATA
Orenji Obi no kata means orange belt form. It is the second form of Seireikai Karate. The kata introduces the beginner to gyaku tsuki (reverse punch) and the four basic blocks are explored within the kata.
SEIREIKAI KATA: KIHON SONO ICHI
Kihon Sono Ichi is a requirement for second orange belt level. the kata teaches basic defense and counter while moving backwards. The kata introduces Oroshi Gyaku Tsuki (descending reverse punch) as a finishing technique.
SEIREIKAI KATA - KIHON SONO NI
Kihon Sono Ni teaches a basic front kick (mae geri). Enhancing balance and strengthening stance when kicking.
YANTSU (SEIREIKAI VERSION)
Yantsu means "Safe (Sanctuary) or Pure". Movements describe defense against attacks from 3 sides. Defensive techniques when cornered or back against the wall.
TSUKI NO KATA
Tsuki; means Luck and Fortune. The kata teaches striking techniques from different postures and enhances striking techniques. When performing, envision breaking down personal barriers will bring good fortune.
seireikai karate BASIC rank syllabus
MUKYU WHITE BELT SYLLABUS
This video syllabus demonstrates techniques required for advanced white belt. Presented here are kihon keiko (basics), renraku (combination technique), and Shiro Obi no Kata.
10 & 9 KYU ORANGE BELT SYLLABUS
This video syllabus demonstrates techniques required for 1st & 2nd orange belt levels. Presented here are kihon keiko (basics), renraku (combination technique), and required kata Orenji Obi kata and Kihon kata #1
8 & 7 KYU BLUE BELT SYLLABUS
This video syllabus demonstrates techniques required for 1st and 2nd blue belt. Presented here are kihon keiko (basics), renraku (combination technique), and the kata featured are the Pinan 1&2 and Kihon 2, Shiro Obi kata-ura, and Bo kata #1.