Where: Currimundi Active Recreation Centre, Sunshine CoastWhen: Friday 29th April – Sunday 1st May 2022 **** And, don’t miss out on the T-Shirt Design Competition**** – All Chito-Ryu members are welcome to attend, regardless of age and level.– There will be plenty of karate training and some free time for socialising and other organised activities.–
Watch Sensei Martin explain the importance of getting a strong foundation before executing techniques. Sometimes the fastest way to achieve an outcome is by slowing down and taking your time. This doesn’t just apply in the dojo it also applies in all areas of our lives. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced student,
It’s been a real gift to watch all classes online over the past 2 weeks. A big thank you to Sensei Martin for helping me stay connected. From this week, I’ll have the pleasure of teaching the online classes and segments of classes at the dojo from a distance. I’m really excited about this opportunity
Check out these wonderful Little Champions. Please join us to celebrate Theo, Arcadian and Lily. All these Little Champions have been working extra hard in the dojo. Lily earns her yellow stripe belt whilst Theo and Arcadian edge one step closer to their yellow stripe belt. Way to go Lily, Theo and Arcadian. Love your
Here are a few photos from the recent training seminar. A special thank you to all leaders who participated to support our junior belts whilst also refining leadership skills. More photos can be found on the Sunshine Coast Karate Facebook Page. Good luck to all of our junior belts who will be challenging for new grades
Here are a few photos that were taken in last week’s squad training class. Fingers crossed that these students will have the chance to put their skills to the test in tournaments in the near future. Keep an eye out for these squad team members. Any or all of these members may find themselves representing
All members and families are invited to attend the Christmas Family Training Day. This will be held at Cotton Tree Park, or in the case of wet weather, at the dojo. Schedule9am Training11am AGM11am Games & organised activities for kids11.30am Annual Presentations12pm FREE sausage sizzle (provided by the association) If you would like to attend,
When it comes to self-defence, the best solution is to develop a good sense of awareness so as to avoid any potentially dangerous situations in the first place. But if you can’t escape you may need to fight back. Of course, these few tips are just some really quick ideas. And to really be natural
It’s hard to believe that both Robbie and Jamie have been training at Sunshine Coast Karate for 9 years now. Watching both Robbie and Jamie grow up into beautiful young men has been one of our teaching highlights. We especially love how they continue to chip away at their training one lesson a week and
It’s wonderful to see the popularity of Saturday morning training growing in the dojo. It really is a great way to start the weekend. Here are a couple of photos from the teens and adults class last Saturday. Thank you everyone for sharing your Saturday morning with us.
Is it about learning how to fight or is it about self defence? Watch this quick video where Sensei Martin explains his thoughts on the purpose of Karate.
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