Karate is one of the most dynamic of all the martial arts.
A trained karateka is able to coordinate mind and body perfectly, allowing the unleashing of tremendous physical power at will. Therefore, it is not the possession of great physical strength that makes a strong martial artist; rather it is the ability to coordinate mind and body. Upon developing this ability, even the smallest person finds that he or she has within himself/herself the power to deliver a devastating blow to an attacker of much greater size.
Sanshin Karate Club is one of the oldest Karate clubs in Stockholm (Sweden), established forty years ago.
The founder and active Chief Instructor of the club is Soke (Grand Master) Tamas Weber, who has been training karate for over five decades. He holds the rank of Judan (10th degree black belt), and is also the Brigadier General of the Swedish army.
Yashpal Singh Kalsi is one of Soke’s students, a black belt 6th Dan, and the director of the Indian branch of the organization, currently training martial arts in Delhi and Gurgaon.
Anamika Singh Kalsi holds the rank of black belt 3rd Dan, and is also a head trainer in the Gurgaon training center.
Other trainers include Sanjay Mehrol (Black Belt 4th Dan), Manish Prasad (Black Belt 4th Dan), S. Prabhu (Black Belt 4th Dan), Ram Singh (Black Belt 5th Dan), Ashok Kumar Gharwaliya (Black belt 4th Dan), Abhishek Bisht (Black Belt 4th Dan), Ashok Ahirwar (Black Belt 4th Dan), Gayab Singh (Black Belt 4th Dan).