Sensei Kevin would like to thank Sempai Hannah and Riley Flynn for attending a workout in Weyburn with him on Wednesday evening.
As members of a karate club, we are ALL representatives of karate, our local dojo, and our national federation! As such, we must be sure to practice in public what we practice in the dojo when it comes to respect, rules, and discipline. The old masters all looked at karate as a part of life, not just a sport they practiced. Regardless of your views on karate, it is a noble pursuit to present ourselves as respectful, law-abiding, well-disciplined citizens.
See you at the dojo!
We have rescheduled the dates of our bottle drive! We will be collecting bottles on:
Friday, October 17 at 4pm
Saturday, October 18 at 10 am
Please meet at the dojo to get set up and go!
TOURNAMENT and CLINIC is being held on November 21/22. We’ll discuss this a lot in class.
The tournaments are great places to meet new friends and extend your “Karate Family”! You will likely run into the same people year after year as you attend other tournaments and progress through the ranks together. Naturally, since it’s a tournament, you get to measure your skills against those at a similar rank. The clinics are a great place to learn new techniques and work with different instructors. Both are critical to the success of developing karateka (karate students).