Sensei Dustin J. Baldis
Sensei Dustin J. Baldis, the Chief Instructor, founded the Pennsylvania Shotokan Karate Club (P.S.K.C.) in 1992
at the downtown YMCA in Pittsburgh. In late 1993, P.S.K.C. moved to its current home in Sewickley, Pennsylvania.
Sensei Baldis has been involved with traditional Japanese karate-do for over 25 years and is a Fifth degree
Black Belt in the art of Shotokan Karate.
As a current USA National Karate Team Coach and former USA National Karate Team member, Sensei Baldis has worked tirelessly to establish the Pennsylvania Shotokan Karate Club as a premier karate school within the Pittsburgh area and the United States. P.S.K.C. is known nationally and internationally for producing top elite martial art students that are disciplined, well mannered individuals who are respectful of themselves and others.
To learn more, visit Sensei Baldis.
2001 USA Karate Hall of Fame Inductee, International Competitor
2005 Officially named to the USA National Coaching Staff
2007 Appointed to the USA National Coaching Committee
2010-2011 USA Coach of Year award
2011 Pan American Games- Guadalajara, Mexico, USA Team Coach
2011 United States Olympic Committee - Developmental Coach of the Year
2013 USA National Karate Championships - Greenville, S.C.
Team PSKC brings home 20 medals!
2 Gold - 5 Silver - 13 Bronze Team PSKC qualifies 5 athletes for the USA Junior National Karate Team!
Congratulations to Camron Deiss, Kathy Reynolds, David Lipton, Jared Smith and Eliza Atwood.
The Pennsylvania Shotokan Karate Club is a dynamic school of traditional karate-do dedicated to providing its members with elite martial arts instruction while developing them as focused, self-disciplined and confident persons who are respectful of others.
PSKC is dedicated to the art of Shotokan Karate. The father of modern day karate, Gichin Funakoshi, writes: "...Karate-do is a noble martial art, and [one] can rest assured that those who take pride in breaking boards or smashing tiles, or who boast of being able to perform outlandish feats... really know nothing about karate. They are playing around in the leaves and branches of a great tree, without the slightest concept of the trunk"
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