Crown Institution of Higher Education (CIHE) Partners with Kenpo Kai Martial Arts

CIHE is pleased to announce its collaboration with Kenpo Kai, a local martial arts club founded by CIHE alumnus Sabin Subedi. The aim is to promote fitness and wellbeing among current CIHE students by introducing them to Japanese martial arts and self-defence.

Under this partnership, Kenpo Kai Martial Arts will work alongside CIHE’s Fitness Club to teach students self-defence techniques and martial arts. They will offer free sessions to CIHE students, allowing them to experience the physical and mental benefits of martial arts.

Dr. Narayan, CEO of CIHE, stated, “This program will help students gain confidence, discipline, physical fitness, focus, and self-control, which will help them in both academic and professional lives”.

The team at Kenpo Kai has a strong history of offering martial arts training in Australian public schools and mentoring individuals from different countries to become instructors in Australia.

Sabin Subedi, founder of Kenpo Kai and Fit Dojo, and a CIHE alumnus, commented, “We’re excited to work with CIHE students and help them discover the benefits of martial arts and self-defense. Life in Sydney can be challenging, but we aim to help students develop the discipline and skills needed to overcome any difficulties.”

The MOU was signed on November 1, 2023, and the program begins immediately. CIHE students are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity to enhance their wellbeing.