Chito Ryu Karate is a karate club in Hong Kong. Our karate classes in Hong Kong are for karate children and karate kids in Hong Kong. Our karate class for kids is all taught in English. Karate in English in Hong Kong is popular. Karate for kids in Hong Kong can improve their discipline, confidence, fitness and protect themselves from bullies.

Karate for kids in Hong Kong also runs summer karate camps. Summer karate camps will be in July and August. Karate for kids should join summer camp to improve discipline, confidence and fitness. Karate summer camp is taught in English.

Chito Ryu Karate is a karate club in Hong Kong. Our karate classes in Hong Kong are for karate children and karate kids in Hong Kong. Our karate class for kids is all taught in English. Karate in English in Hong Kong is popular. Karate for kids in Hong Kong can improve their discipline, confidence, fitness and protect themselves from bullies.

Karate for kids in Hong Kong also runs summer karate camps. Summer karate camps will be in July and August. Karate for kids should join summer camp to improve discipline, confidence and fitness. Karate summer camp is taught in English.












 

 

 

  Kihon Description
  Kihon Dosa Ichi, Ni Basic movement exercise
    Coordinate hands, body and feet
  Kihon Dosa San Basic movement exercise
    Emphasize on counter attacks
  Kihon Dosa Yon Basic movement exercise
    Emphasize on shifting and counter attacks
  Seiken no migi hidari
Turning of body to left and right side
    Balance control exercise
  Shime no Dosa Basic breathing exercises
    Shime training
  Niju hichi ko 27 hand techniques
    Shoulder movement exercises
  Empi Kihon Dosa Elbow strike exercise

  Kihon Description
  Kihon Kata Ichi Punching and kicking foot work exercise
  Kihon Kata Ni Hip and shoulder joint movements exercise
  Kihon Kata San Body rotation and agility exercises
  Zenshin Kotai Foot work and combination punching exercises
  Shiho Wari Balance shifting and hip turning exercises

  Kata Description
  Shihohai This is a kata originally performed at dynastical occasions during the Ryukyu Dynasty age. In this kata all quarters are saluted and this action is of very great significance.
  Seisan When surrounded, in this kata one attacks the enemy by going ahead. This kata is learned to acquire correct posture. Main emphasis of this kata is to co-ordination the stances, hip and body movement.
  Niseishi This is a basic training kata learned before the form Sanchin. One needs to learn the importance of breathing, muscule tension and relaxation.
  Bassai In this kata a nukite attack is performed after contemplation and one develops many strong attack and defense techniques. Many circular movements and non-linear foot works can be found in this kata.
  Chinto In this kata one learns counter-attack agility against enemies. It is said that this kata was created in the eastern district during the Tang age of ancient China.
  Sochin It features quick counter-attack movements. There are firm and agile stance movemnts. By practice this kata, one is learning the transitions of hard and soft movements.
  Tenshin This kata consists of dodging the enemies attack by turning one's body with overpowering force, then changing over to a counter-attack. This form features movements of turning in all directions assuming a cross-stance using the left leg as the axis.
  Rohai This kata consists of agile motions of turning, expanding and contracting. The form is composed of defense techniques which flow in a beautiful stream of movement.
  Sanshiryu This kata is designed as a strong defense. It has been handed down in Okinawa from the old times. Many predecessors have tried to master this kata.
  Kusanku This kata illustrates an attack-and-defense in the darkness of night. This kata is named after a Tang warrior, Kusanku, and variations of this kata exist in different districts.
  Ryusan This kata depicts a dragon climbing the mountain and the sky. This kata symbolizes both a flying dragon (the shape of a flying dragon in the sky) and that of a cloud dragon climbing up into the sky.
  Sanchin This is an intense training kata which only the experts can do well. Through its practice one develops a strong body which is always prepared and is not the least affected if hit by an enemy.