Ceinture noire - Oct. 2003
Ceinture noire - Oct. 2003
Ceinture noire - Oct. 2003
 

SENSEI LAVORATO
PRESS REVIEW

KARATE BUSHIDO MAGAZINE - January 2004

In the Olympus of 8th dan

He started karate in 1962, has been training at Henry Plée with the pioneers, went to Japan in 66, and raged for France with Valera, Baroux, Setrouk and co.
Today to 59 years, Jean-Pierre Lavorato belongs to the very closed circle of the highest-ranking French, 8th dan. History of a passion that was never extinguished.
By Ludovic Mauchien


KARATE MAGAZINE - October 2003

Search the full commitment

All of a block, true to his passion as his masters, Jean-Pierre Lavorato has become over time, for the most just of legitimacy, one that follows and guides. Its hollow groove that of the French Karate.
Portrait of a patriarch.


CEINTURE NOIRE MAGAZINE - October 2003

Masters and friends

Stronger than Chirac and Balladur: Dominique Valera and Jean-Pierre Lavorato have been friends for 40 years! As they totaled 16 dans between them, Black Belt took the opportunity to ask them about their common passion: Karate.
Interview intersection of two karate masters who are friends since 1964. We start with Dominique Valera.