Simi Shotokan Karate
Welcome to Simi Shotokan Karate. The Simi Valley dojo is an affiliate of Shotokan Karate of America (SKA), a non-profit organization teaching traditional Karate in the United States since 1955. SKA has more than 120 dojos in North America as well as in thirteen countries, including Canada, France, Israel, Spain, Switzerland, Curacao, Hong Kong, and Japan.
SKA is dedicated to teaching Karate in the traditional Japanese manner. We welcome adult students of any age and kids from age 7 (pre-karate from age 4).
You are invited to come by, watch, talk to our instructors, and participate in a practice.
5005 E. Los Angeles Ave
Simi Valley, CA 93063
Pre-Karate (ages 4-6) Mon & Wed at 4 - 4:30pm
Fees: Monthly to Simi Parks & Recreation
$50 Pre-Karate (4-6 yrs.)
$55 7-12 yrs.
$60 13 yrs. to Adult
$55 Advanced (by instuctor's permission)
Yearly SKA dues are required for belt gradings: $75 for new members or $100 per year for current white & brown belts. No contracts. Worldwide recognized ranks. No extra charge for gradings.
Go to www.rsrpd.org, click on Recreation : Classes : Online Registration, and search for "Shotokan" under Simi Activities : Self-Defense to find your class. Or CLICK HERE to try a shortcut to Simi Activities registration.
Additional classes and practices
As a member of Shotokan Karate America and the Simi Valley dojo, you are entitled to participate in special practices, seminars, and events at our central dojo near Santa Barbara or at other dojos worldwide.
Instructor Bruce Kanegai at email@example.com
For more information, contact:
Kid's practice at the central SKA dojo in Santa Barbara takes place annually. Here participants practice with the head of the SKA organization, Shihan Ohshima Sensei, as well as other Godan black belts. Ohshima Sensei always makes time to sign the kids' belts with their name written in Japanese.
2013 SOD Kids Practice
Pictures from the Dojo:
Simi Shotokan's Annual International Dinner was held on March 27th, 2013. Members brought a dish representing their ethnic origins to share with their karate family. Simi Valley is a culturally diverse community and resulted in a delicious smorgasborg of home cooking from Chilaquiles to Teriyaki chicken and Cedar plank salmon! Yummers.
Empi kata at Masada site during Israel Shotokan’s 40th Anniversary in 2010
Bassai kata practice
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