vadim moroz president chief instructor karate jutsu federation russia moscow

Vadim Moroz
7th Dan

President, Chief Instructor
of the Karate-Jutsu Federation

Vadim Moroz was born in Moscow in 1972. He started studying martial arts at the age of 11 with Greco-Roman wrestling, then - judo and Shotokan karate and later Ashihara karate and kobudo.

Has more than 37 years of martial arts experience with 26 years of them being teaching.

7th Dan karate, 3rd Dan judo.

Has higher technical, sports and pedagogical education. In 1995 he graduated from the Moscow State Academy of Instrument Engineering and Computer Science as an engineer-designer of radio electronics equipment. He worked as a high school teacher, taught the basics of computer science and computer engineering. In 1994 he graduated from the Sports Instructors' courses of the Russian State Academy of Physical Culture, certified as a martial arts instructor. Additionally, in 2008 he was certified as a teacher of additional education.

Participant and winner of National and International championships, including the World championship of the World Karate Confederation (1997).

Champion of Russia (1997).

Participant of International seminars led by H. Kanazawa, H. Ochi, K. Enoeda, H. Kasuya, T. Kameyanagi, M. Higaonna and other Japanese and European masters, as well as examinations in karate and judo. For several years he was a student of the outstanding master Vince Morris (UK) – the founder and the President of the Kissaki-Kai karate-do.

Instructor of the Moscow Association of Shotokan karate-do (1994-1997).

Instructor of the Professional karate-do League "Profi" (1997-1998).

Founder and Vice-President of the Shotokan karate-do club "Atemi" (1998).

Chief Instructor of the Russian branch of the International Kissaki-Kai karate-do Association (1998-2001).

Founder and President of the Karate-jutsu Center (2001-2004).

Member of the Supreme Council of the "Vityazi" Association and a full member of the Russian Academy of karate-do Shotokan RAKS (2004).

Chief Instructor of the Russian branch of the International Federation of Martial arts and self-defense Kaisendo (2002, 2014-2016).

Director of the “Tradition” Sports Club (2015 - 2017).

Founder and President of the Karate-jutsu Federation (2004 - present).

Instructor of the International category.

Awarded the ROSTO-DOSAAF badge of Honor, certificates of the Moscow Police Department and Moscow Department of Education.

Winner of the title "Master of the Year" of the International School of Martial Arts, ISMA (2014).

Expert and consultant on professional training of Law Enforcement and Security personnel.

Author of karate techniques and publications.

Trained many Instructors, Prize-winners and competition Champions of various ranks.

Conducts seminars and master classes in Russia and abroad.