Inclusion of people with disabilities through sport

 

  RUBIS – 2020 UNIVERSAL REGISTRATION DOCUMENT 178
   
 

One country … … one action

 

KEN SHIN KAI KARATE SCHOOL

 

Adapted karate lessons were first offered by Selma Grimaldi four years ago in her Ken Shin Kai karate school in La Sarraz. Founded in 2010 and supported by Vitogaz Switzerland, the school is a member of the non-profit Karate4all, which aims to teach Karate to people with disabilities. Through targeted training for karate instructors, accessible training for people with disabilities can be offered throughout Switzerland.

 

The Ken Shin Kai school offers courses for children aged over 10, and for adults with disabilities. This group called Kiseki – “miracle” in Japanese – brings together participants who come to share expression and control of the body, memorization and coordination of gestures, respect for others and expression of emotions and their sensitivity. Despite their disabilities, they all manage to overcome their differences.

 

50 320
KARATEKAS MEMBERS
OF THE KEN SHIN KAI
SCHOOL
HOURS OF CLASSES PER YEAR

 

     
  Rubis in Switzerland  
     
141 47,700
EMPLOYEES   TONNES OF LPG DISTRIBUTED
IN 2020 OF WHICH
2006 No. 1 786
DATE GROUP
OPERATIONS BEGAN
IN THE MARKET TONNES OF
LPG FUEL
     

 

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