Video from a 2014 Karate Day exhibition. Approximately 1000 Okinawan practitioners gathered at the Tambus Square for a Karate Day memorial event.
You can see clips of Master Tsuyoshi Uechi with some Isshin Ryu students around the 39min mark.
Black Belts with the Nittany Lion Mascot after the THON 5K.
Over a century ago, in the small village of Chan, on a small island in the south pacific, a boy was born. One day he would become a Karate Master whose art would reach beyond the shores of Okinawa and spread across the globe.
On Tuesday, September 19th, the Penn State Karate Club will celebrate the birth of Tatsuo Shimabuku (9/19/1908) with a special presentation of Isshin Ryu Karate and an introduction to Okinawa, the birthplace of Karate. Audience members will be invited to participate in some self-defense applications following the demonstration.
This Embu Taikai (martial arts demonstration) will begin at:
7:30PM in 106 White Building on Tuesday the 19th.
Remember to bring your PSU student ID, it is required to access White Building.
The Fall 2017 Student Involvement Fair has been rescheduled to Thursday, August 24th from 11-4pm on the HUB lawn. Look for the Penn State Karate Club table to meet some of our members and get more information.
Penn State students interested in learning Karate should complete the Club Sports participation agreement, available on their website: http://sites.psu.edu/clubsports/ Use “KARATE” when filling out your Club Sports participation agreement, then come to one of our Tuesday, Thursday or Sunday classes in 106 White Building at 7PM.