Chief Instructor

Sensei Sajesh P.

A passionate martial art trainer in Karate. He started to practice karate in 1990 under the guidence of his father Sensei P.R.Chandran, a proficient instructor. He has acquired Second Degree Black Belt in Shorin Ryu Seibukan Style and Third Degree  Black Belt in Shorin Ryu Shorinkan Style. He has attended severel national and internatinal tournaments and won prizes. He proved his ability performing in a few  reality shows telecasted by Kannada,Telugu and Hindi television channels.

Sensei Sajesh was disciplined by many great instructors like Jamal Measara, Allan Dollar, Giyu Gibo, Morihiro yagi, Minoro Nakazato, Nabil Naujim, Oscar Rivas, Gamini Soysa.

OSK Academy (Okinawa Shorinryu Karate Academy) is venture endeavoured by Sensei Sajesh to carve out a vehement martial art culture. 


Martial arts in Okinawa descended from mainland China and developed and grew in Okinawa for the age-old reason of self-defense. The Karate we practice today comes from the art of "te" meaning hand, and is said to have originated over 1000 years ago around the Shuri Village in Okinawa.


Shorin-ryu (少林流) is one of the major modern Okinawan Martial Art and is one of the oldest styles of Karate. It was named by Choshin Chibana in 1933, but the system itself is much older. The characters 少林, meaning "small" and "forest" respectively and being pronounced "shorin" in Japanese, are also used in the Chinese and Japanese words for Shaolin Kung fu. "Ryu" means "school". Shorin-ryu combines elements of the traditional Okinawan fighting styles of Shuri-te. 


Grand Master Masanobu Kikukawa

Hanshi 9th Degree Black Belt in Shorin-ryu Karate

Renshi 6th Degree Black Belt in Ryukyu Kobudo

3rd Degree Black Belt in Judo

3rd Degree Black Belt in Aikido

Shihan Daiwa-Ryu Aiki Jujitsu

Head instructor of RKA Kick Boxing association of Canada

Kyoshi Anand A


7th Dan Black Belt Japan

5th Dan Black Belt WKF

5th Dan Black Belt KAI

2nd Dan Black Belt in Kobudo