Congratulations!

Congratulations to everyone who participated in the grading tonight! Everyone worked really hard and many new stripes and belts were awarded as a result. Way to go, everyone!!

We now have regular classes until the end of May.

For those of you who are interested, the MELFORT mini-tournament is being held this weekend in Melfort, SK.The information can be found here: 2015MelfortKarateTournamentPoster.

GRADING on Tuesday!!

The grading is this Tuesday, April 28!

It will begin at 6:00 p.m. sharp for ALL STUDENTS. Arrive a few minutes early to do any warm up that you require. There will not be an official warm up.

We are trying a different structure to the grading in order to get everyone finished at a reasonable time. Please be patient as we work out any kinks that may arise in our attempts.

As always, you will be graded on basics such as dachi, tsuki, geri, and uke. Combinations, two-step (not the dance!), kata, and kumite will also be graded. Don’t know what some of those terms mean? Hmm… How well do you know your Japanese numbers?! And how about that belt knot? You know Sensei Kevin will be looking at that!

Good Luck! See you at the dojo!

Workout this Friday night!

We will be having a workout on Friday, April 10 in our dojo for our members who are unable to attend the Saskatoon/Warman tournament but would still like to get in a workout this week.

This workout will begin at 6:oo p.m.

See you at the dojo!

Saskatoon/Warman Tournament this weekend! No Regular Class

There are no regular karate classes this week due to the school holiday.

Just a reminder to everyone that the Saskatoon/Warman Wado Kai Karate Tournament is THIS WEEKEND in Warman, SK.

Here is the information one last time 2015 Saskatoon/Warman Poster

We hope that our attending members do well! We know you will be excellent ambassadors of our club!

For those of you who are not going to Warman, we may be having a workshop here in Carlyle some time on Friday, April 10. Keep checking here for time and location if we are able to set somthing up.

See you at the dojo!