Brown & Black Training (Sun 10 Oct) – Connecting Dojos With Technology

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Over the last year and a half it’s become increasingly more difficult to get together with other dojos for training and tournaments. Normally throughout the year we would have senior training for brown and black belts and tournaments with our friends on the Gold Coast. Our latest brown and black belt training session last weekend

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Senpai Debbie Woodhouse Continues To Inspire

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Some people walk to the shops. Some people go hiking for a few hours. And then there’s Senpai Debbie. In the dojo she’s always been an inspiration. She’s our oldest black belt. She trains hard, and she doesn’t take no for an answer. Her strength of mind and spirit is incredible. But it doesn’t stop

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Can’t Get To The Dojo – No Excuse

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Over the years we’ve seen hundreds of students stop training because they can’t get to the dojo. They move out of the area and their new house is “too far” from the dojo to keep training. It’s especially disappointing when teenagers that have been training with us since they were young children finish high school,

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COVID Restrictions – Updated 23 August 2021

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Restrictions eased from 4pm Fri, 20 August. https://www.qld.gov.au/health/conditions/health-alerts/coronavirus-covid-19/current-status/public-health-directions/restrictions-impacted-areas Eased restrictions in those areas will include allowing: Community sport, with reduced spectators and in line with density requirements All classes at the dojo have resumed since Sat, 21 August, on the normal training schedule, with class size limits as per class bookings in clubworx. Online Zoom

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Grading Results – May 2021

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Congratulations to all students who successfully graded to new levels in May. 12th Kyu – Yellow belt Neve Boxer Axel Dede Mary Parle Grace Patà Xavier Pedrana Ian Razzell Anna Yost 11th Kyu – Orange belt, white stripe Luca Commisso Alec Goldmann Oliver Krausz Mark Straub Mitchell Stringer *** Double grading 10th Kyu – Orange

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Temporary Dojo Closure (COVID-19)

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Temporary Dojo ClosureMon 29 March – Thur 1 April 2021 Greater Brisbane will enter a 3-day lockdown from 5pm AEST Monday 29 March to 5pm AEST Thursday 1 April. In accordance with the Greater Brisbane lockdown restrictions, the dojo will be closed until after the Easter Long Weekend. https://www.qld.gov.au/health/conditions/health-alerts/coronavirus-covid-19/current-status/urgent-covid-19-update Lockdown announcement:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pIehXI8fQig&t=459s Although we fall outside

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Kyu Grading Results – Feb 2021

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Congratulations to all students successfully grading to new levels. 12th Kyu – Yellow belt Jessica Bedingfeld Jane Buck Billy Cox Freya Dyer Natalie Ebenezer Nathanael Ebenezer Melanie Fawcett Hunter Frew Harrison Kite Jade Pedrana Alexandra Roberts Luis Stainton Jaxson Tickle Aylah Yost 11th Kyu – Orange belt, white stripe Rebecca Austin * Double grading Sebastian

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Greater Brisbane 3-Day Lockdown

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From 6pm this evening (Fri, 8 Jan), Greater Brisbane area has gone into a 3-day lockdown, while contact tracers work to ensure the UK variant of COVID-19 is not circulating in the community. This lockdown will be in effect until 6pm Monday 11 January. Whilst we fall outside of the area that has gone into

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Grading Success

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GRADING SUCCESS: Here are a few photos that we’ve collected to help celebrate students who recently earned new levels. Although these new belts light up the dojo and capture our attention, take the time to chat to any one of these students to learn more about their grading experience. There have been:– A lot of

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Upcoming Events (Christmas 2020 & New Year 2021)

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There’s always so much happening at the end of the year. The school year is finishing up soon (some people are already on holidays), most of us are preparing for holidays & Christmas is just around the corner. In the dojo, things are heating up. Classes are continuing as normal (for now) and we’ve also

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