“The ultimate aim of the art Karate lies not in victory or defeat, but in the perfection of the characters of its participants”
Karate is not just a Martial Art, it is a means to hone one’s character. It is a discipline to control one’s self, a means to develop punctuality and an orderly life. Karate helps in bringing out a holistic development in the child.
KO-IN-CHI Academy of Martial Arts (Shotokan), India, the pioneers in imparting training in Sports Karate and Full Contact Karate, was established and registered in 1986 by Grand Master Sebastian, 7th Dan Black Belt from Danny Lane’s World Martial Arts Federation, USA and Hall of Honour Awardee from Action Martial Arts Magazine, USA.
KO-IN-CHI is affiliated to Danny Lane’s World Martial Arts Federation, USA, All India Karate-Do Federation and recognized by World Karate Federation, Indian Olympic Association, Ministry of Sports & Youth Affairs, Govt. of India.
KO-IN-CHI is conducting classes in India and abroad. Internationally it has classes in Riverbank Charter School, NJ 08554, USA and also in Oman.
Sensei Simson who is also the Chief Instructor & Technical Director of KO-IN-CHI Academy of Martial Arts has several outstanding achievements to his credit. He has obtained 5th Dan Black Belt from Ko-In-Chi Academy, 5th Dan Black Belt from World Martial Arts Federation-USA, 5th Dan Black Belt from All India Karate Federation, 5th Dan Black Belt from Jeet Kune Do and 2nd Dan Black Belt in Taekwondo. Apart from that, he was also selected as the National Referee of All India Karate Federation. In 1984, he became the International Champion (under 15 category) at the Shotokan Karate International Tournament. He was also selected as the National Champion (under 55 Kg) category for the years 1991-92 and 1992-93 at the All India All-Style Open Full Contact Karate Tournament.
Mr. Simson is in the Karate field for more than three decades and out of which 25 years in teaching the students of various schools in India.