Oct 5, 4 years ago

Okjinawan Martial Arts book

Okjinawan Martial Arts book

Sensei Gamini Soysa the first to pioneer in Shorin Ryu Okinawa Karate in Sri Lanka 8th degree black belt will release his maiden publication shortly on “Okjinawan Martial Arts” birth place of karate.

Gamini who has 30 years overseas experience having trained with the best in Okinawa, Japan, and held classes there as well as in New York, says that his book will benefit of all karate fans in Sri Lanka.

It also holds international value, with martial arts institutions in the United States, Canada, Australia and South Asia requesting copies.

Gamini Soysa with 43 years training and 40 years teaching experience with a vast scientific knowledge will be the only Sri Lankan to publish such a book in South Asia.

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