A commerce graduate, Anamika Singh Kalsi became curious about learning Martial Arts during one of her visits to a nearby park at the age of 8. Starting from there she turned her curiosity into her passion and today she is the Director of Sanshinkan India.
One of the best fighters in the federation, Sensei Anamika holds Black belt 5th Dan in karate and is a multiple time State & National Gold Medallist. She has represented India at Karate World Championship in the year 2007 at Turkey, Istanbul and won Gold for India at the US Open Karate Championship, 2018.
Sensei Anamika believes that learning is a never-ending process and same she applies to her martial arts practices. Thus, she not only teaches but also keeps expanding her knowledge base by continuing to learn.
Sensei Anamika is an ardent promoter of women empowerment. She believes that martial arts can play an important role, It will not only help them to boost inner confidence but will also help them to fight the world. Sensei Anamika has trained more than 500 women in Haryana Police for Self Defence and more than 5000 civilian women in the art of self-defence. She heads the special workshops that are created for female students.