2015 New York ATKF International Summer Camp


2015 New York ATKF International Summer Camp in Shelter Island, New York

2015 ATKF Nationals / Goodwill Tournament

JKA Hamptons New York  / JKA San Diego International  and Chief Instructor Falah Kanani are hosting this years  2015 New York  ATKF International Summer Camp.   The camp will be held at Camp Quinipet in the beautiful Hamptons / Shelter Island, New York.

This yearís camp is open to all traditional karate styles and all ages. You all are cordially invited to join us in this four day camp of true traditional karate as taught by the Sensei of the Senseiís of all the Shotokan World: H. Nishiyama Sensei. The lead instructor of the camp will be the world renowned instructor, Sensei F. Kanani, a lifetime student of Nishiyama Sensei and a world-class international instructor. Furthermore we will have a fantastic team of guest instructors such as Sensei Antonio Walger from Brazil, Bejar Fuzliu from Kosovo / Philadelphia and JKA San Diego's Head Instructor Sensei Sidney Dobbin from Brazil. The camp will be held Friday August 28th to Monday August 31st, 2015 with our ATKF Nationals / Goodwill International Tournament. The camp fees are $ 399 for 4 days, 3 nights including all seminars, camp accommodation (beds) and meals. You will need your own transportation such as flight, airport pick up and ferry rides. The tournament fee will be $ 50 per event. 

Lead Intructor

Falah Kanani, 6th Dan, USA

Guest Instructors

Antonio Walger, 6th Dan, Brazil

Bejar Fuzliu, 6th Dan, Kosovo / USA

Sidney Dobbin, 4th Dan, Brazil




Contact and more information: ( camp schedule and training topics )  www.atkfinc.org

No  affiliations to any organization are needed just the interest in continuing and studying the true way of Nishiyama Senseis traditional karate teachings. Kumite, kata and basic training as he taught it.

Don't miss this opportunity to train on the beautiful Shelter Island in the world famous Hamptons, New York. The deadline for the registration will be June 30th, 2015.