Children, youth and adults are welcome to learn karate-do – a Japanese art of effective self-defense.
The Warsaw Karate Center (founded 1991) is the biggest and probably the best martial arts club in the capital of Poland. We focus on recreational activities for the whole family, who can spend their time together training in our dojo. We have many foreigners in our club from Germany, France, England, Slovakia, even from USA and Japan!
The participation in karate, kobudo or kubojitsu (mma) trainings in our club will guarantee your fitness, control over emotions, concentration, self-confidence and optimistic attitude in everyday life. Correct psycho-physical development of children and the youth, adults’ keeping healthy until late age are the main assumptions of Tomasz Piotrkowicz’s 7 dan methodical programme, who follows the example of the Japanese masters’ teachings. He is one of the karate forerunners in Poland. Tradition and modernity permeate each other in the teachings of the contemporary karate. The usefulness of old karate forms in modern self-defence is the fundamental principle of our karate-do. That’s why all kinds of people train in the club – kindergarteners, pupils, students, bodyguards, policemen, businessmen and university professors, or foreigners – employed in embassies. The club fee allows you to train every day, at different club facilities. For students it can be an interesting way of completing obligatory physical education trainings, for girls – a way to get to know effective self-defense methods.


Tuesday, Thursday 17.30-18.30

Primary School 157 – Kazimierzowska 16 – corner of  Wiktorska street , near the metro station „Racławicka”

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Tuesdays, Thursday 17.30-18.30

Primary School. 168 (and School), Zwycięzców 44 (Winners street) – the cross of Międzynarodowa (International street) – near Trasa Łazienkowska  (Route Łazienkowska)

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Monday, Wednesday 17.30-18.30

Gymnazium No 92 (Junior High School) – Koncertowa 4, big school at metro station „Ursynów”, entry from opposite side to swimming pool, next to Bartoka 8,  trainings on the forum, inside building

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Monday, Friday 17.30 – 18.30

Primary School. 392 – Al. Wojska Polskiego 1A, close to Plac Inwalidów, near the metro station „Plac Wilsona”

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this year closed

Lyceum – Ożarowska 71, parallel to Obozowa street