Kata Videos

Bassai Dai (Storm the Castle ) Preformed by Head Coach Bing Carroll slowly for our students to fully understand the movements 

Jiin (Temple Ground ) 

Tekki Nidan Iron Knight 2 

Wankan ( Means Kings Crown or Emperors Crown ) preformed by Head Coach Bing Carroll 

Bassai Sho means storming the fortress 

Gojushihno Sho means 54 Steps  

Tekki Sandan means Iron Knight Number 3

Jion means Temple 

Chinte means Rare Hands or Unusual Hands

Jion for Junior Black Belt Level 2

Shotokan Kata

       Kihon Kata (Basic Form)

  • Heian Shodan (Peaceful Mind)
  • Heian Nidan (Peaceful Mind)
  • Heian Sandan (Peaceful Mind)
  • Heian Yondan (Peaceful Mind)
  • Heian Godan (Peaceful Mind)
  • Tekki Shodan (Horse Riding or Iron horse)
  • Tekki Nidan (Horse Riding or Iron horse)
  • Tekki Sandan (Horse Riding or Iron horse)
  • Bassai Dai (Bassai – To penetrate a fortress. Dai – big/large)
  • Bassai Sho (Bassai – To penetrate a fortress. Sho – small)
  • Kanku Dai (Kanku – To look at the sky. Dai – big/large)
  • Kanku Sho (Kanku – To look at the sky. Sho – small)
  • Jion (Named for either the famous Buddhist temple Jion-ji or the Buddhist saint Jion)
  • Jitte (Jutte) (Ten hands)
  • Enpi (Flying swallow)
  • Gankaku (Crane on a rock)
  • Hangetsu (Half moon)
  • Sochin (Energetic calm)
  • Nijushiho (Twenty four steps)
  • Meikyo (Bright/Polished mirror or Mirror of the Soul)
  • Ji’in (Temple grounds)
  • Chinte (Incredible hands)
  • Unsu (Hand in the clouds)
  • Wankan (King’s crown)
  • Gojushiho Dai (Fifty four steps – big/large)
  • Gojushiho Sho (Fifty four steps – small)