Sensei Fonseca and Sensei Au Fonseca conduct karate seminars around the world. Fonseca Martial Arts also hosts seminars and training camps featuring well-known guest instructors from across the globe. Some of these visiting instructors have included WKF World Champions George Kotaka and Seiji Nishimura, AAU Chairman Jo Mirza, Shotokan legend Ray Dalke, USA-NKF National Coaches Dustin Baldis, Thomas Hood, John Limcaco, Christina Muccini, and Akira Fukada just to name a few.
Seminar Flyer Download (for school owners)
Download our Seminar Flyer (PDF) that you can customize and distribute to your school students. Depending on the seminar you are organizing, you will be able to choose a flyer with either sensei Elisa Au-Fonseca, sensei John Fonseca, or both of them on the same flyer.
General Seminar Subjects:
- Conditioning Drills for Explosive Karate—Learn the exercises that Olympic athletes do to reach an elite level.
- Kumite Basics—Find out what are the key elements for solid kumite.
- Kumite Techniques—Punches, kicks and sweeps for students of all ages and skill levels.
- Strategies for Championship Karate—Learn about mental preparedness for big competitions.
- Kata—Learn the dynamic gracefulness of Kotaka-ha Shito-Ryu or the power of Shotokan
|Tokyo, Japan||2005, 2006||Various locations and dojos||Sensei Jibiki and Yokose|
|Ashiya, Japan||2006||Ashiya University||Sensei Yamada and Masataka Oshita|
|Shizuoka, Japan||2005||Various locations and dojos|
|Hirado, Japan||2005- 2007||Summer Camp in Hirado||Sensei Seiji Nishimura and Sensei Kazuyuki Mastumoto|
|Melbourne, Australia||2006||Isshin-Ryu and All-Styles||Sensei Bruce Hyland|
|Toronto, Canada||2005||Karate Ontario||Sensei Zvonko Celebija|
|Las Vegas, Nevada||2006||Ozawa Cup||Sensei James Tawatao|
|Houston, Texas||2005||University of Houston, Shoto-kan||Sensei Deddy Mansyur|
|Miami, Florida||2006||AAU National Championship||Sensei Jo Mirza|
|Lakeland, Florida||2005||AAU National Championship||Sensei Jo Mirza|
|Honolulu, Hawaii||2004-2016||All Hawaii and Honolulu Cup||Sensei Chuzo Kotaka|
|Fukuoka, Japan||2004-2016||Nishimura Cup||Sensei Seiji Nishimura|