Kyokushin Karate – Canton Connecticut

Stamina, Endurance, Strength & Self-Defense

International Kyokushinkai Union, IKU offers serious physical education, and includes practice of the mind, body and spirit combining the discipline of the Eastern culture and the hard work of the American spirit.

Kaicho David Farzinzad brings the true spirit of Kyokushin Karate to Avon, Burlington and Canton CT; including the surrounding towns in the Farmington Valley of Connecticut. Kyokushin will help you achieve your goals of strength, endurance, flexibility and health.

Kaicho Farzinzad is the first and last person to be awarded the 5th degree from Sosai Oyama under age 30, making him the youngest 5th Dan in Kyokushin history. We invite you to discover yourself in the Kyokushin Way.

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Kyokushin Karate in Canton

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Whether you are a new student or an experienced martial artist, contact us today to begin living the Kyokushin Way. Kaicho Farzinzad teaches with honor and passion. We encourage you to visit our dojo in Canton CT. Serving the towns of Avon, Burlington, Canton or Farmington you are welcome to take a class and see what makes Kyokushin karate so unique.

 

The Kyokushin Way is centered in posture…

“Kyokushin” means Ultimate Truth and Kyokushin Karate is the pursuit of ultimate truth of mind, technique, and body..

 

WELCOME TO THE SOCIETY OF THE ULTIMATE TRUTH

In the Martial Arts, introspection begets wisdom…

Revered Masutatsu Oyama, also known as Mas Oyama, was an unparalleled karate master who founded Kyokushinkai, arguably the first and most influential style of full contact karate. Sosai had a remarkable and relevant philosophy not only on the martial arts, but also on how to conduct yourself in your every day life adopting core values such as:

  • Integrity
  • Intelligence
  • Intensity
  • Focus
  • Respect

SOSAI MASUTATSU OYAMA

Pinan Sono Yon - Kyokushin Kata

International Kyokushinkai Union (IKU)

International Kyokushinkai Union, IKU, offers serious physical education, and includes practice of the mind, body and spirit combining the discipline of the Eastern culture and the hard work of the American spirit. Visit us at www.ikudojo.org.
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David R. FarzinzadMarch 4th, 2015 at 2:11am
Dear IKU Members and All Supporters,

I would like to express my sincere appreciation to everyone who participated and especially to those who traveled to participate in the 2015 Winter IKU Honbu Camp.

When I look back and see how strongly our IKU family is developing through courtesy and passion, I feel proud and honored to be a small part of this great group of people whose purpose is serving others and practicing the traditional Kyokushin Way. I am very proud to announce that we had tremendous outcomes and positive results for this mission. Every year or at any IKU event, we try to improve and to do better than the year before. I sincerely congratulate the participants in our annual promotion.

I also sincerely congratulate and welcome two Branch Chiefs. Our new IKU branches are in Virginia and Florida. Shihan Abolmali head the IKU branch in Virginia and Sensei Exoticyen Theoneanonly Smith will head the branch in Florida. Both have exceptional character, and are tremendous scholars and overall benevolent people. I feel proud and confident that they will serve peoples with dignity and honor.
They respectively are welcomed to the IKU Board as IKU USA Branch Chiefs.
I look forward to seeing you all at the IKU Summer Camp. Again, I extend my appreciation to all who made this great event possible.

May God bless you all.

Sincerely,

David R. Farzinzad
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