Shōgai-jutsu / Goshin-jutsu
Shōgai-jutsu / Goshin-jutsu was launched on January 31, 1996 by its founder Shihan Renshi Patrick Mees. His first steps in the martial arts he set on February 1, 1983 when he started Kyokushinkai karate sensei led by Min Cortebeeck Jan.
Cortebeeck sensei was a direct student of Shihan Max Gebhardt, who introduced the Kyokushinkai karate in Belgium in 1968. At first he was only interested in the physical warming that time was very heavy, but soon began to grow his interest in the technical part of the training. On May 31, 1987 he received 1st dan karate, and on May 27, 1989, 2nd dan. On 1 October the same year he opened, in collaboration with Stefan Dejonckheere sensei, karate school, "Kuji- Kiri". On January 17, 1994 he won 3rd dan karate and he was also coordinator and technical director of karate at the W.J.J.K.O./B. He also has several years karate will follow at Beernaert Shihan and several times at Gebhardt Shihan. On April 3, 1998, he obtained 4th dan karate and on 6 April 2000 he was awarded the title of "Renshi" (refined expert) awarded after passing the test. On May 17, 2003, he obtained 5th dan karate. During his karate career he has achieved several podium places at both national and international competitions. He has also taught at several national and international internships.
in April 1989 co-sensei started with tai-jutsu in "Tai-jutsu kwai Antwerp 'led by Min sensei Bricout Henry. Bricout sensei was a direct disciple of Grandmaster Al. Pieters, who introduced the tai-jutsu in 1960 in Belgium. After a few years, this school acquired by sensei Bracke Theo but is closed due to circumstances. Then he finally tai-jutsu to follow in defense school "Jigutai" led by Min sensei Van Vré Jean-Pierre, where he also obtained on June 10, 1995, 1st dan tai-jutsu. In this school Kokusai Jujutsu renmei was also taught, from Grandmaster Shoto Tanemura, including Van Vré his sensei "3rd then" obtained in Japan. He has therefore focused on this style for several years.
Shōgai jutsu / goshin-jutsu is based on techniques of karate, tai-jutsu, Kokusai Jujutsu renmei and bo-jutsu which previously was included in the karate program. Also used techniques here, which he had learned during national and international internships under the guidance of different masters. On April 1, 2000 he has carried this style to the A.M.A.C. (Association of Martial Arts and Combat), which led to international recognition.
Zusters Van O.L. Vrouwstraat 49, 2170 Merksem
By teacher: Mees Patrick
- Mon: 20:00 - 22:00 (+14 years)
- Fri: 21:00 - 23:00 (+14 years)
By teacher: Landgoed Rolf
- Sa: 21:00 - 23:00 (6 to 14 years)
Shihan Mees Patrick Renshi
Mobile: +32 486 07 14 01
Sensei Landgoed Rolf
Mobile: +32 497 14 22 75