Styles within WKBA


Kun-Tai-Ko can be translated as "teaching of the small body". Means that with Kun-Tai-Ko a small person is possible to defeat or defend against others. Kun-Tai-Ko is a multi-martial-arts system joining systems like Jiu-Jitsu, Karate, Tae-Kwon-Do, Aikido, Kickboxing and many other budo styles. This makes it very attractive for those they are interested in different martial arts, as you have all these in one style and donĀ“t have to join different schools for different styles.

The Kun-Tai-Ko program includes, self-defence, kihon and kata, one-steps (Kihon-Ippon-Kumite), kickboxing and tameshiwari (breaking test).

Goshin Jitsu

A self-defense system using techniques from various traditional combat sports. 

Sochin Ryu Kobudo

 Sochin ryu Kobudo was founded by Soke Jim van de Wielle (10th Dan) from Belgium. The Honbu Dojo is in Aartselaar, Belgium. This style is also represented in Austria and Germany. We teach the handling of numerous traditional Japanese weapons from scratch by learning the kihon (basic techniques), bunkai (partner exercises), kumite (free fighting) and kata (movement form).
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Homepage Sochin Ryu Kobudo Austria

Karate / Shotokan

A martial art with its roots in Okinawa/Japan. Strikes, punches and kicks are the main used techniques in this stile. Within the WKBA Shotokan is teached. Shotokan was developed by Gichin Funakoshi.


Kickboxing is a combat sports using kicks and punches.