"You are not finished when you lose. You are finished when you quit."
Sensei Masaru Shintani

HARMONIZER - 2000 AND BEYOND


Volume 4, Issue 2 - October, 2000

  • Summer Camp, Rouyn-Noranda
  • BC Wado-Kai Karate Konvention
  • Canadian Martial Arts Games 2000
  • The Physics of Blocking a Kick
  • Kata - A New Look At an Old Discipline
  • Learning Process
  • Focus
  • Japan Trip
  • Message from the President
  • Announcements

Volume 4, Issue 1 - June, 2000

  • Sensei Masaru Shintani's Eulogy
  • Book Review
  • History of the National Teams
  • Announcements

Volume 3, Issue 1

  • Ring Etiquette
  • My First Year of Karate
  • Northwest Ontario Tournament
  • South Calgary Tournament
  • On the Road North

Volume 2, Issue 3

  • KarateFest in Calgary
  • Delhi/Simcoe North News

Volume 2, Issue 2

  • The Alberta Trip 1998
  • White River Wado Kai
  • Lindsay Wado Kai
  • Shintani Team Objective

Volume 2, Issue 1

  • Saskatchewan Trip - Nov 1997
  • A Judge's Perspective
  • The Meaning of Pinan
  • Club News - Calgary Wado-Kai
  • Having Fun at Karate

Volume 1, Issue 3

  • A Message from the Heart
  • Hearst Wado Kai Karate Club
  • Kata Practice Tips

Volume 1, Issue 2

  • What Makes a Black Belt?
  • Tournament Kata Practice Tips
  • Training Past 35

Volume 1, Issue 1

  • World Union of Martial Arts
  • Why Kata?

SWKKF VISION

The Shintani Wado Kai Karate Federation will be the premiere traditional karate and Shindo organization in North America, through the work of our highly skilled and dedicated instructors in developing unparalleled character, skill and pride in our students.

SWKKF VALUES

• Honour • Excellence • Kindness • Humility

SWKKF MISSION

The Shintani Wado Kai Karate Federation is an inclusive organization modelling Shintani Sensei’s kindness and humility, through the teaching of his traditional karate and Shindo.

Last updated: November 17, 2017 | Shintani Wado-Kai Karate Federation © 2017