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About The Club

To date, our club is one of the three strongest schools of karate and kickboxing in Estonia. We regularly have approximately 100 athletes in various age groups.

The main advantage of our school is that all our pupils have the opportunity to study a variety of martial arts: karate, kobudo (traditional Okinawan weapons), grappling, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, kickboxing, close combat and the foundations of self-defence.

There are practically no such schools in Estonia and Tallinn. That is why a lot of adults and children, whose goal is to learn martial arts, to become healthier, stronger and tougher, choose us.

People come to our school with a range of goals and aspiration: some simply do it “for themselves”, but some want to achieve considerable success in competitions and championships, in which our students regularly take prizes and gain valuable experience.
Training sessions are held several times a week, the schedule is very flexible, so that every athlete can devote enough time to their studies. Classes are held in the city centre (karate and grappling) and in the Mustamäe area (karate, grappling and kickboxing).

The main goal of our club is the development of a harmonious, healthy and strong personality in children and adults. After all, sport helps to develop many necessary and useful qualities, and we, in turn, help them to achieve this.

100

athletes in various age groups

521

FLEXIBLE TRAINING SESSIONS ANNUALLY

207

COMPETITIVE PRIZES

Club History

1980

OPENING OF THE CLUB OCHIZNA

Founded with a passion for martial arts, Ochizna Karate Club emerged as a haven for enthusiasts seeking holistic development through karate. The club opened its doors with a commitment to providing a nurturing environment where individuals of all ages can hone their skills, build strength, and foster a sense of community within the world of karate.

2000

jyoshinmon shorinry karatedo eesti liit

In a transformative move, the club underwent a renaming, adopting the prestigious name Jyoshinmon, symbolizing a new era of martial arts excellence. This transition marked its official affiliation with Jyoshinmon Shorinry Karatedo Eesti Liit, solidifying its commitment to the highest standards of Shorinryu Karate in Estonia.

2008

member of Estonian Karate Federation (EKF)

Elevating its stature in the martial arts community, the club proudly became a member of the Estonian Karate Federation (EKF). This affiliation signifies our commitment to the highest standards of karate and strengthens our connection to the broader karate community in Estonia.

2012

Estonia's best karate club

Our club achieved the prestigious title of Estonia’s Best Karate Club. This recognition underscores our unwavering dedication to excellence in martial arts, reflecting the hard work and commitment of our members and instructors.

2018

World Association of Kickboxing Organizations (WAKO)

A significant milestone in 2018 saw our club join the World Association of Kickboxing Organizations (WAKO). This global affiliation represents our commitment to the highest standards in kickboxing, broadening our horizons and fostering international connections within the kickboxing community.

2022

for 10 years the BEST karate club

Celebrating a decade of excellence, our club proudly holds the title of the Best Karate Club for 10 consecutive years. This remarkable achievement highlights our sustained commitment to providing top-tier martial arts training, fostering a strong community, and setting the standard for karate excellence.

Our Values

EMBRACING EXCELLENCE:
A JOURNEY THROUGH OUR FIVE CORE VALUES

   

Our professional and friendly coaches embody expertise with a personal touch, creating an environment where members feel supported and motivated to achieve their martial arts goals.

Embracing a philosophy of continuous improvement, we inspire individuals to strive for their personal best, fostering a culture of growth and self-empowerment within our martial arts community.

Our programs are designed to embrace individuals of varying ages and skill levels. We offer customized training that caters to diverse needs, fostering an environment where everyone, regardless of experience, can actively participate and flourish in our martial arts community.

Beyond physical skills, our martial arts training instills valuable life lessons, teaching resilience, discipline, and a positive mindset that extends beyond the dojo and enriches every aspect of our members’ lives.

We believe in the power of enjoyment. Our approach emphasizes the importance of having fun during training, creating a vibrant and engaging atmosphere that not only enhances skill development but also ensures a lasting love for martial arts.

Meet The Team

In training, our experienced coaches teach adults and young athletes beginners’ acrobatics (flips, rolls, etc.), general physical training (push-ups, press exercises, squats, etc.), special physical preparation and fighting technique directly.

ALEKSANDR LANBERG

HEAD COACH
Club’s President

ANDRES KIVISELG

KARATE

ARTUR KÜLA

KICKBOXING, KARATE

Approximately 100 athletes in various age groups Approximately 100 athletes in various age groups

One of the three strongest schools of karate and kickboxing in EstoniaOne of the three strongest schools of karate and kickboxing in Estonia

Training Sessions

You can see the training schedule and the club’s branch locations in our Timetable.

Timetable

Sponsors

We always devote a lot of time and attention to communication with the parents of our young students

You can always contact us and discuss any issues, we will gladly advise mums and dads and explain all the incomprehensible moments associated with training sessions, competitions and general moments in training.