Toowoomba Koryukan Qld Australia


Koryu Uchinadi is a modern Interpretation of Okinawa`s historic fighting art and has an application based curriculum. Defensive methods such as kicking, punching, strangulation, choking, joint locking, grappling, pressure point manipulation are all practiced in Koryu Uchinadi. 

The completely systematized method of learning/teaching is delivered in a traditional atmosphere and honors both the culture from which it comes and the master who pioneered its practice. Koryu Uchinadi is best explained as a functional and practical defense against the various "Habitual Acts of Physical Violence". 

If you are frustrated by the rule-bound practices, inflexible rituals and bored of the repetive nature of the reverse punch point scoring arena, then consider a practical alternative. Koryu uchinadi is an organization that practices the original and more functional combative application practices in a rational, coherent and systematized manner. 

Your training begins for you with a willingness to learn and are prepared to think outside the box. 


General warm-up and cool-down: Traditional warm-up and cool-down exercises prepare students for the training ahead and assists the body returning to a normal relaxed state respectively.

Foundation training: Without a solid foundation it would not be possible to develop an all round martial artist. Such training typically involves a repetitive series of individual techniques (punching, kicking, ect..) It is through repetition that correct technique, power and speed be developed.

Pad Work: Frequent use of kick shields and focus mitts serve to further develop the techniques, power and speed. In addition they provide a sense of realism when impacting an opponent.

Solo Drills: Specific drill sets built around responses to "Habitual Acts of Physical Violence" (HAPV) to train the body to automatically remember a sequenced combination of effective techniques.

Two Person Drills: Pre-arranged two person drills supporting the solo practices develop movement, timing and distance skills. These drill sets incorporate the various techniques of punching and kicking, joint locks, strangulations, throws and techniques of restraint, both standing and on the ground.

Self Defense:  Only constant drilling of the responses associated with habitual acts of physical violence will a student of the martial arts develop to a point of proficiency where they are able to confidently negotiate an appropriate resolve to situations where they may have no choise but to defend themselves.

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Kata:  Kata are a series of choreographed moves in a fixed pattern originally intended to aid students in remembering techniques when training by themselves. This practice is the very reason karate, as an art, has been preserved and passed down to this day.


TRAINING TIMES: (Belt testion occurs at the end of each school term) 


00pm: juniors 8-12 years (9th kyu to 7th kyu) 

5.00pm-6.00pm: juniors 8-12 years (novice to 10th kyu) 

6.00pm-7.00pm: juniors 8-12 years (6th kyu to 1st kyu) 

7.00pm-8.30pm 13 years to adult (all ranks - general training) 

5.30pm-7.00pm 13 years to adult (all ranks - curriculum specific) 

4.00pm-5.00pm: juniors 8-12 years (9th kyu to 7th kyu) 

5.00pm-6.00pm: juniors 8-12 years (novice to 10th kyu) 

6.00pm-7.00pm: juniors 8-12 years (6th kyu to 1st kyu) 

7.00pm-8.30pm 13 years to adult (all ranks - general training) 

6.00pm-7.30pm 13 years to adult (all ranks - curriculum specific) 

9.00am-11.00am juniors 8-12 years (tournament specific / belt testing prep) 




30 Wallace St, Toowoomba

Toowoomba PCYC
219A James Street, Toowoomba

Sensei Peter Wetherspoon email: 
mobile: 0427 383329

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