Goju-Ryu karate

Goju-Ryu (剛柔流) is a traditional style of Karate originated from Okinawa. It features both hard and soft techniques, utilizes direct strikes and circular movement to deflect attacks rather than trying to meet strength with strength. It's primarily a close-ranged fighting system that uses open-hand blocking, grasping motions and short-ranged strikes. Its kata put a strong accent on correct breathing. Goju-Ryu is one of the most popular mainstream Karate-Do style. Find out more.


Goju-Ryu Karate-Do Association Singapore (GRKAS)

Goju-Ryu Karate-Do Association Singapore was established in 2006. We are a team of karate practitioners promoting authentic and traditional martial arts. We seek to foster positive values, build character, perseverance and integrity through Karate training. Find out more.


What we practice

Karate training strengthens the mind and body. Kids gain confidence, discipline and self-defense knowledge through these training and in the process, meet new life-long friends.


Goju-ryu incorporates both circular and linear movements into its curriculum, combining hard striking attacks and softer open hand circular techniques for blocking and controlling the opponent.



Our grading is a test of your progress from an achieved level of knowledge, skill and spirit. Color belts are worn during training to let Sensei and training partners aware your level.

Our Instructors

We have qualified instructors to teach authentic Goju-Ryu Karate-Do. We are led by Sanny Yap sensei who practice Karate since the 70s.


We conduct classes in various community centres and private school. Our honbu dojo is located at Kebun Baru community club.

Contact Us

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Latest Event

21 Mar 2024 : Congratulation to our seniors and students passing their dan examination conducted on Dec 2023. The certificate presentation was conducted at our honbu dojo in Kebun Bahru Community Club on 7 Mar 2024.


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