Sensei Mohammad Bahrami
JSKA-Iran is regarded as a school of Shotokan style karate. This style is one of the four main global styles of karate practice.
Shotokan is one of the oldest karate styles in Iran and it started its activities in 1972 under Master Mohammad Ali Sharifi at the Iran Karate Academy.
Sensei Mohammad Bahrami, who is one of sensei Sharifi’s first students, started his karate training in 1975 and thereafter continued his studies under both his own teacher and also sensei Abe. After 32 years of practice and being awarded many national and international trophies, sensei Bahrami returned to Iran in 2007 after 16 years of coaching the national teams of Kuwait and UAE. At that time, with the aim of increasing his own knowledge of karate and also teaching what he had learned so far, sensei Bahrami founded the JKSA-Iran school.
JSKA-Iran is the official branch of JSKA in Iran. During the short period of time since the start of activities of his school, Sensei Bahrami has succeeded in putting into practice the experiences he gained in novel karate coaching techniques and popularizing Shotokan karate in Iran. The aim of creating this website is to help in speeding towards these goals. It is hoped that this move will contribute to the growth of the karate family and the Shotokan style.
Sensei Bahrami has been a member of JSKA since the time of its establishment in 1999 by sensei Abe and is now the official representative of this organization in Iran, Kuwait and Afghanistan.
The JSKA-Iran school holds training sessions in Tehran at the Shahid Chamran Sports Complex.