Sasori SKC Summer 2019 closure dates

Please be informed of our 2019 summer dates:


Sasori SKC Summer 2019

The Chelsea Dojo will be closed from the 10th to 31st August, restarting on Monday 2nd September.

The Earls Court Dojo will close from the 12th July restarting on Friday 6th September

The Blackfriars Dojo will stay open throughout the Summer.

For those taking time off / holidays during the summer, we wish you a very happy summer break!


Sasori SKC

7th July special course with Sensei Sanna

On 8th July, sensei Sanna returned to Harlow Town for a karate Seminar following last year success with the SKE London group, lead by Rod Butler sensei (Butler sensei is the author of the best seller book about Keinosuke Enoeda sensei).Sanna sensei gave this Seminar a special flavour by making the students realise that what we practice (Shotokan karate) is not boring.

The basic techniques were revisited but in a way which engaged the karateka making them think about each technique individually and in a different light, as in why and how to perform them, changing their understanding of waza (techniques) and making them appreciate the latter even more.

The second class was even more challenging as Sanna sensei made them practice the bunkai (practical application of kata) with a partner making the performance reflect the mood of each and every move.

The course was well attended and a huge success.


New Chelsea Dojo at St Thomas More Language College, SW3 2QS

Dear All, 

From Saturday the 9th of June 2018, our Pimlico Dojo will be moving to Chelsea!

The new premises are within the St. Thomas More Language College, Cadogan Street, London, SW3-2QS

To clarify, the above will only affect our Monday Class (19:00 to 20:00) and Saturday Classes (11:30 to  12:30 pm and 12:30 to 13:30 pm). Our Blackfriars classes are not affected and will continue as per normal. Thank you. 

In kara te

A G Sanna


A great Technical Seminar at Fukuoka/Sasori SKC in London

A great day at Fukuoka/Sasori SKC in London where a group of WTKO members and a few friends from other Karate Groups attended a Seminar by two senior WTKO instructors (Scott Langley and Angelo Sanna) who took turns teaching their audience a few ideas on how to make their Karate work by understanding Kihon (Basics). Langley Sensei made a point in emphasising Gyaku-Zuki and which body parts to engage to perform it correctly, followed by Kizami-Zuki and Mae-Geri, all done using the correct posture, and without losing form, while Sanna Sensei combined some basic techniques plus steps and made them into a sparring exercise followed by Kihon Kata (Taikyoku Shodan) with a difference by changing the usual techniques with other blocks and punching, this was followed by Heian-Nidan using only one arm, and then the other, then the Kata was repeated but starting moving to the right rather than to the left, and the latter was followed by some applications. All in all a really enjoyable and meaningful way to spend a Sunday afternoon. Soon to be repeated (we hope)!