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CONGRATULATIONS ARCHER!!!

Archer is pictured here celebrating his recent achievement (blue stripe belt). Way to go Archer. Thanks to Sami and Jacqui for all of your help on Monday afternoons. We are all very lucky to have you both a part of the SCK Leadership Program.

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SUNSHINE COAST KARATE TOURNAMENT:

It’s wonderful to see so many beginners getting involved in our upcoming tournament & QLD camp. Both of these events are a great opportunity to grow your karate in new ways and they’re lots of fun too. Reminder: Registration for both of these events close this Saturday, 6th April.

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April 2019 Newsletter

In this issue: Easter School Holiday training schedule (Mon 8 – Thur 18 April) Upcoming Public Holidays & Long Weekend Dojo Closures What a family – Saying goodbye to Jackson & Alani April 2019 Calendar Of Events Private Lessons & Small Group Lesson – Refocus & Build Momentum Way To Go Irena – 3 Years at Sunshine Coast Karate Congratulations…

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REMINDER:

Easter school holidays training schedule applies: Mon 8th – Thur 18th April 2019 During this period, there will be no upstairs classes. If you normally train in the upstairs dojo, please check the schedule for class times in the main dojo. ALSO: Don’t forget, dojo will be closed for the following public holidays and long weekends. Friday, 19 April 2019…

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COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE:

Congratulations to Irena who has now been training at SCK for 3 years. Here is a picture of Irena celebrating with some of our her day class friends. Adults classes at SCK: Classes are available early morning, day and evening 6 days a week. Learn more about SCK’s Adult program: https://www.sunshinecoastkarate.com.au/karate-for-teens/

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MUTO (No Sword) AND A MAN WITH A STICK:

Muto, however, goes well beyond technical application and is not about technique, but more a state of mind. When one has reached the state of No Sword (Muto), one does not need a sword. Yagyu Munenori, a famous seventeenth century swordsman describes some of the aspects of Muto Tori in the following: “If you can adopt as your sword even…

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