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Karate History

Yoshukai International KarateKarate-Do as a traditional art of self-defense looks back on a history of around 2000 years. Today Okinawa, a group of islands in between Japan and China, is regarded as the cradle of this martial art. Okinawa has been influenced culturally in many different ways. A history of occupation, repression and war made Karate a means of survival. In times of occupation the local people of Okinawa were forbidden by death to carry weapons e.g. swords. Because of that Karate, the art of empty hand fighting, and Kobujutsu (traditional weapons) were practiced secretly. Kobujutsu involves training with tools of daily or agricultural use like the Bo (a long stick), the Sai (metal fork), the Tonfa (short, thick stick with handle) ot the Nunchaku (flail) etc. Karate and Kobujutsu were practiced and applied together. However quite often an unarmed fighter had to face an armed attacker and he was forced to use his trained body as a weapon. Physical ability, knowledge and control of the own skills as well as a calm state of mind and a high level of concentration are prerequisites in such a life threatening situation.

The three traditional pillars of Karate are:
• self-defense (Goshin)
• health / traditional medicine (Qi Gong)
• spiritual guidance (Do = path)

Karate was practiced as wholistic system of self-defense.

In the course of Karate´s growing popularity a lot of schools have discarded this wholistic approach in favor of a karate for sports. This leads to a neglect of the basic pillars of this art.

i-defense, Essen practice a Karate-Do according to the traditional understanding taking into account modern insights in the field of education and exercise theory.

Defense-Aerobics

Aerobic mit funktionaler Anwendung

Defense-Aerobic Thaiboxen

This sudorific combination of a body shaping fitness program, fat burning, endurance and stress reduction improves your responsiveness at the same time.

This makes the difference: The workout and the techniques are taught in a way that a permanent reference to self-defense is granted. In the course of this, the choreography can easily be followed and the single techniques all remain functional. Furthermore, this training makes for a tightening of the muscles. The ensuing stretching program keeps the muscles smooth. The workout is a well-balanced but demanding allround program at most modern standard.

Defense-Aerobic Thaiboxen

Defensive and offensive movements are demonstrated throughout the training sessions. Simultaneously, techniques of modern self-defense are automated in workout-combinations, so that the trained movements can be helpful in case of emergency. This is ensured on the one hand by an effective concept of aerobics which includes realistic techniques of self-defense and on the other hand by the instructors’ experience at i-defense Essen.

Practice Time: see Training Schedule

Self-defense for women

Women-defense

The i-defense concept focuses on women’s opportunities and has the aim of empowering them, so that they no longer regard themselves as victims and stand their ground against potential assailants.

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Martial Arts Academy i-defense Essen offers an innovative concept for self-defense which is ideal for women. It is the central idea of this training program to teach the most effective techniques by improving one’s reflexes – there are no complicated patterns and combinations as are often practiced in other schools/courses because reality looks different. Practicing your reflexes helps to avoid surprises and takes the physical possibilities of women into consideration. This program conveys effective techniques, improves your fitness and your mental power.

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Alfons Pinders, head of i-defense Essen, whose concept of self-defense and self-assertion has already been realized in many different institutions, developed this cross-training (x-defense). It is based on functional techniques (especially for women) resembling the philosophy of the Israeli Krav-Maga. Women-defense offers opportunities to defend yourself against attacks and intimidation.

Courses: see schedule

40+ Karate and Self-Defense for people aged 40 and above at

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Mental and physical fitness through age appropriate training

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At i-defense Essen the idea of karate is not, unlike in a lot of other institutions, being focused on the mere physical level or the performance for tournaments but is grounded according to its traditional roots on the three pillars of Karate-Do: self-defense, health and philosophy. Yoshukai Karate is a wholistic system, which is also suited for the aged. At the Martial Arts Academy i-defense a respectful, age sensitive training is offered according to the individual physical condition. The appreciation of age is deeply rooted in Asian culture and is being lived in our dojo.

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Our experiences have shown that training leads to a physical as well as mental flexibility. Special exercises from QiGong or Shiatsu enhance and vitalise the flow of energy in the body. Our concept of Karate 40+ is thought by experienced and educated instructors and has already been realised in cooperation with the Sportbund Essen, the coverning organization for all sports diciplines in Essen.
Realistic self-defense and health at i-defense Essen for a vital life!

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course times: see Training Schedule

Karate for children and adolescents - self defense

Children and adolescents at i-defense Essen e.V.

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i-defense is a modern association, the training of which focuses on progressive insights into fundamental aspects of the sciences of sports and education. Especially when working with children a well-directed and progressive training that is suitable for children is indispensable.

I-defense Essen is a member of the Yoshukai Karate International Association which is rooted in Japan and the USA. Due to a close collaboration and a constant exchange of ideas its training always considers the latest state of the art in sports education.

Yoshukai International

I-defense Essen concentrates on age-specific and differentiated practicing rather than on "mass processing" - thus we aim for a balanced and self-confident development of the adolescents.

Surplus energies are channeled and the ability to concentrate is improved. Self-confidence, respect, discipline, fairness and courtesy are developed.

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No matter whether frightened or hyperactive, martial arts' training contributes to a balanced and healthy development of your child.

Self-defense and self-assertion are central approaches at i-defense Essen.

Techniques and tactics, behavioral practice and role-play, including simulated dangers, sharpen the intellect and natural reactions. This adds to a natural security which is necessary to adequately respond in everyday conflicts (i.e. on the way to school).

Functional self-protection of your child: an i-defense concept

Chanbarra - a sport from Japan

ImageIn addition to its rich offer of courses for children, such as self-defense, self-assertion and Karate, the martial arts academy i-defense Essen also offers sport-chanbarra, which was developed in Japan. Chanbarra can be roughly translated as ‘sword combat' and is practiced with soft, inflated, foam-padded "swords", thus avoiding injuries. Master Tetsundo Tanabe is the inventor of this discipline, which already has filled Japan's adolescents with enthusiasm. Nevertheless, grown-ups have also found a steadily growing interest in this quick sport, which - not at least due to a special gear made especially for chanbarra - guarantees a very enjoyable training in the best possible way for children and adolescents. It trains students' reflexes and strength. Apart from this the students experience a mental education deriving from respect and concentration which play a significant role in Japanese martial arts. The little Samurais soon notice an improvement in their coordination and concentration as a result of this creative exercise. Sensei Alfons Pinders of the martial arts academy i-defense Essen was enthusiastic about the training he observed in Japan and added it as an option in his association. For quite a long time, therapists working with children and adolescents have been using the so called ‘Batakas' (clubs made of foam) as an approach to playfully solve conflicts. Chanbarra offers the opportunity to argue physically but with intelligence.

Chanbarra furthers students' youthful kinetic energy and guides it in the right direction.

Courses: see schedules

Cross-defense (MMA)

Modern, realistic self-defense training, not focused on style but across styles.

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Different techniques from Boxing, Karate, Jujutsu-Brasil, Muay-Thai, Grappling etc. are used to cover the different distances. The training focuses on the potential of the individual fighter. Knowing how to help yourself without blacking out. Sensitivity exercises, reaction training and the knowledge of different distances are practiced in order to be applicable in a self-defense situation. Tactics like "How do I get in this particular distance" are trained just as the creativity necessary to be able to controll even unfavorable attacks. This all means to not stick to one´s well known patterns, but to built up the ability to act flexible.
Cross-defense - the modern self-defense of Martial Arts Academy i-defense, Essen.

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Weapons training is covered as well in order to built up true self-defense potential.

course times: see Training Schedule 

Classical Boxing

Boxen in Essen

Boxing is one of the oldest Olympic disciplines and provides a significant fitness program, being both integral and versatile alike. Boxing exercises improve basics like strength, stamina, speed, flexibility, and coordination. Stress is reduced and the ability to concentrate is improved. The training involves all-round programs which increase and preserve students’ power and health. It is suitable for men and women alike. The aim of the competition is to defeat the opponent with technical means which are trained persistently, precisely and powerfully. Competitors fight in official weight categories according to the rules of the German Boxing Federation.

History

First forms of fist fights probably took place in Egypt around 2000 B.C. In the following 2000 years this first form of boxing spread out over and around the Aegean Sea. In 688 B.C. the first official match took place in the context of the Olympic Games. In ancient Rome “boxing” matches were performed with leather straps and metal thorns (which were attached to the fists) by gladiators. There is evidence that fist fights were also part of other cultures. Modern boxing originated in 18th century England, with its first rules set up by the master fencer James Figg. In 1867 the London Prize Rules of Marques of Queensberry were modified with the result being that the first boxing gloves were used. On 7th September, 1882, John I. Sullivan became the first official boxing world champion according to the rules of Marques of Queensberry.

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Today, boxing is a modern and popular sport practiced all over the world. Its effective training results in an excellent fitness level and is suitable for all ages. For a long time now, women have also been practicing boxing and are powerful competitors. Those who learn about the art of “fist-fencing” will be fascinated.

Boxing techniques are also trained in the context of self-defense. A constant repetition of techniques in sparring optimizes their effectiveness which lies in their simplicity.

A training course in boxing is a training course of body and mind – a true challenge in itself.

Olympic Boxing

I-defense Essen e.V. is a member of the German Boxing Federation, the European EABA and the worldwide AIBA.

Courses: see schedules

Kickboxing - Shin Kakuto Jitsu

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Kickboxing is a modern contact sport and developed during the 1970s out of elements of western boxing and Karate techniques. This dynamic and flexible sport requires safty equipment similar to Boxing to prevent injuries. There are 3 different varieties: full-contact, light-contact and point fighting. Shin Kakuto Jitsu (Japanese Kickboxing) has been initiated by Sensei Kenji Kurosaki, who originally came from Karate. It consists of elements from Muay-Thai (Thaiboxing). His best known student is Toshiro Fujiwara who within a period of 15 years and 150 fights has lost only 12 times and thus deposed thai champion.
Shin Kakuto Jitsu takes up the ideology of japanese martial arts. Shin means spirit, Kakuto is a coverning term for all japanese fighting arts and Jitsu means art or technique.
The i-defense fighting team have scored first and second places in different disciplines at county and national championships.

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course times: Training Shedule 

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i-defense Essen e.V.
Zweigertstr. 53 45130 Essen

Tel. Büro: 0201 / 55 66 86
Tel. Dojo: 0201 / 72 69 290

Email i-defense: webmaster@i-defense.de

 

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Registergericht: Amtsgericht Essen
Registernummer: VR  4203
Steuernummer: 112/5738/0939

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Courses

Martial Arts Academy i-defense provides a wide range of professional and individual courses that complement one another.

We offer a "all inclusiv" membership. Monthly dues:
41,50 € adults
32,50 teenagers aged 14 to 18
28,50 € kids younger than 14

"All inclusiv" means that you´re entiteld to join all courses offered from Monday to Saturday. For more information please refer to the Training Schedule.

And you get even more:
• Training in the morning
• Training during school holidays
• weekend trips
• special courses with top Martial Arts instructors
• individual advice
• one-to-one training
• body conditioning
• resistance training (wheigts)

The instructor team consists of experienced teachers certified by the German Association of Sports with a martial arts background of over 30 years.

The wide range of courses offered will enable everyone regardless of sex, age or physical constitution to find a course fitting their individual needs.

That´s because courses are designed according to age and clientele.

Realistic self-defense, traditional martial arts, body conditioning or wellness, no matter what you´re looking for, we ´ve got it!

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