Sensei Varasteh, in order to remove all such limitations, created Kan-Zen-Ryu the perfect style of Kickboxing, Martial Art, Karate, a style without limitations in Kan-Zen-Ryu, hand and leg Karate techniques are used equally and usually in combinations. Body shifts continuously from soft to hard and a hard to soft in nature. Equal importance is given to attacks and counter attacks in any situation and maximum attention is paid to bring about complete co-ordination between Kickboxing techniques in basic form and their modified applicative forms in an actual mortal combat.
Kan-Zen-Ryu India Kickboxing, Martial Arts, Karate-Do means the perfect style of learning Karate. It was found by the Grand Master of Karate Sensei Farhad Varasteh (Black Belt 8th Degree) 30 Years ago in Iran.
Kickboxing is a group of martial arts and stand-up combat sports based on kicking and punching, historically developed from Karate, Muay Thai and Western boxing. Kickboxing is practiced for self-defense, general fitness, or as a contact sport.
Since kickboxing is a broad term that can be used both in a wide and narrow sense, this can make understanding the history somewhat difficult. Some of the earliest forms of kickboxing included the various Indochinese martial arts especially muay boran, which developed into modern muay thai.
Sensei Varasteh who had deeply studied most of the original Okinawan and Japanese Karate Styles (e.g. Shotokan, Wado Ryu, Shito Ryu, Goju Ryu, Isshin Ryu, Kyoukushinkai etc) besides mastering Gojukai of Grand Sensei Gogen Yamaguch found that every style had its own limitations. eg. some styles emphasized more on hand techniques and some others more on kicks, some styles were hard and some others soft in nature, some insisted more on attacks and some others on defense and counter attacks, and in general many styles did not pay enough attention to the application of modified forms of the basic techniques of Kickboxing, Martial art, Karate during free sparring.