On the weekend of 28-29/4 our annual embu gasshuku was held, this time in Skövde. Continue reading
On Saturday, November 19th, Stockholm Södra branch will arrange a Swedish embu taikai and a training camp in Stockholm. Continue reading
Swedish morning news had a segment on Shorinji Kempo in the morning of 29/8. Anders Magnusson from Stockholm Södra, along with his kenshi, showed what Shorinji Kempo is.
You can see the segment here (Swedish only)
During the European Taikai in Monaco, that was held on the 4th of June, Alexander Tilly, Anders Magnusson and Viktor Karlholm all from Stockholm Södra Shibu brought home the first place for Sweden. Continue reading
During the spring, the Shorinji Kempo federation has been working on trying to replace the old web page for a new one that is easier to administrate and update. You can see the result here!
On April 20th, Viktor Karlholm of Stockholm Södra Shibu passed his test to yondan (4th dan). The test was held at hombu in connection to a gasshuku that Viktor attended together with Glen Eriksson from the same branch. Continue reading
On Saturday, March 26th in connection to SB&K’s annual meeting, the Swedish Shorinji Kempo Federeation also had its annual meeting at SB&K’s offices on Ölandsgatan in Stockholm.
As usual, annual reports and economic results of the past year was presented and the meeting also approved the present boards budget and plan for 2011. The board is just about unchanged from the past year with one exception, Stefan Jönsson Levin, Shibu-cho in Visby, is leaving his place as substitute board member. His place is filled by Leif Kekonius who is Shibu-cho in Bromma branch. Continue reading
On 3-5 of September we celebrated that it was 40 years since Shorinji Kempo was started in Sweden. Wehad a training camp and embu taikai in Gothenburg. Instructors were Aosaka-sensei 8 dan, Kawashima-sensei 7 dan, and the Morikawa brothers, both 7 dan. Continue reading
Now it´s decided when one of this autumn’s highlights takes place – Master Seminar 3, an opportunity for us who runs clubs to coach and train with each other. The seminar is open to anyone who trains Shorinji Kempo in Sweden with 3 dan or higher. Continue reading