KiDojo 
KARATE SCHOOL & SPORTS CLUB

ABOUT OUR KARATE SCHOOL

As with most traditional martial arts, Karate seeks to develop the character and esteem of its students. The individual practitioner (Karateka) shall develop respect, humility and learn to control calm and temperament. This is the true essence of martial art, thus called Karate-Do. Consequently a true follower of Karate-Do should strive for perfection in both philosophical and physical aspects of the art.

Traditional Karate also shares the ultimate aim with Budo, which is to cultivate great human character of higher class that prevents violent attacks before an actual fight occurs.

Our Dojo follows strictly all principles mentioned here.

 

Respect

Self-Discipline

Focus

Confidence

Safety

Harmony

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PRINCIPLES OF OUR KARATE SCHOOL

 

MEET OUR INSTRUCTOR

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Richard started Karate in 1988.

He is a 3rd DAN black belt Karate Master in Shotokan and a former member of the German National Karate Team in Kata and Kumite.

Amongst numerous achievements 

Richard was German national Champion several times and won 2nd place at the Karate World Cup.

After his professional sports career he worked as an instructor for several clubs in Germany and in Dubai for Al Habtoor. He then worked for Emirates Airline as a Security Trainer for 7 years.

Richard is an internationally certified Instructor and Belt Examiner.

Owner and Chief Instructor

Richard Paul Pajer

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CONTACT US

+971 50 5032381  |  kidojorak@gmail.com

Al Hamra Village, Ras al Kheimah, UAE

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WHAT PEOPLE SAY

"I can't recommend KiDojo enough. My son has been going for several months now and has learned so much. Richard is a fantastic teacher and is ever so patient with the children and really wants them to do well. He builds a great rapport with every single child in the group and helps them to progress at their own pace. Attending KiDojo has taught my child many skills like self discipline and resillience. My son loves going to the sessions twice weekly and I can't wait to see the progress he makes this next year."

— Rachel Hawkins

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