This martial art is taught as a practical means of self defense. Students are encouraged to use their skills to control an opponent without inflicting serious damage. Through a series of locks and holds on limbs and joints, the boys are taught how to take charge of an aggressor and reduce risk of injury to oneself and others in the vicinity.
At Kamaruka, kickboxing is taught as a martial art of self-defense rather than a competitive sport. The focus is on the development of self-control and self-realisation. Only students demonstrating controlled skills are permitted to participate in sparring practice.
This ancient art of Japanese Fencing requires from its students a strict observance of etiquette and courtesy. The traditions of Kendo promote the practice of strict code of behaviour that contributes to the development of culture and is supportive of the values and morality of our society