Steven Warren is the chief instructor of the Rochester Recreation Shotokan Karate Club and of the University of New Hampshire Shotokan Karate Club.
has been teaching traditional Shotokan karate-do as a certified instructor for 35 years.
holds ranking in many traditional Shotokan organizations including the Japan Karate Association
(JKA) and the Shotokan Karate International Federation
After receiving his shodan degree in 1975, he organized, founded and developed the UNH Shotokan Karate Club which became the largest non-funded campus club sport.
has been instrumental in developing Shotokan Karate
in New England since 1977.
has competed successfully on a national and international level and aAs the team coach for the RRSKC and UNHSKC Karate
has developed successful athletes including numerous national level champions.
holds an national A level rating as a tournament official and international certification and licensure as an instructor and examiner.
maintains the philosophy that consistent hard basic training builds the foundation for good karate and for a good character.
By assuming a non-commercial attitude with a non-profit status, this philosophy can exist without any temptation to compromise the training standards.
Alignment with the City of Rochester, NH Recreation Department Mission Statement
allows the club membership to be comprised of more family member involvement.
holds ranking in kendo and practices studies jodo and taichi.
Professional training include medicine, exercise prescription, commmunication and interpersonal skills.
He is a certified ACEP and PPCT (Pressure Point and Control Tactics) instructor.