Just last weekend, we had our annual Christmas training day at Cotton Tree Park.Â It was a big day all around… Training in the park and the water Games for the kids organised by the Emmas (Emma Woodhouse & Emma Moehead) Association AGM A visit from Santa presents and all Free BBQ sausage sizzle put
Two of the key themes in the study of martial arts is about understanding respect and developing self discipline, but you have to wonder when you see videos like this… At the very least, I hope you get a laugh out of these videos.
Take the time to check this one out. You’ll be glad you did…
A few weeks back we had our first ever Queensland Chito-Ryu training camp which brought together members from both Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast dojos. The camp was held at maranatha recreation camp on the Sunshine Coast 21-23 November. Of the nearly 40 people who attended I don’t there is anyone that isn’t really excited about next year’s camp which is to be held on the Gold Coast.
By now word may have passed around the dojo about some of the great results from our Sunshine Coast members who participate in the National Chito-Ryu Karate Championships in Lithgow, NSW, Sunday 26th October. This year our dojo was well representated with 14 competitors travelling interstate for the tournament. Of the 19 events contested, our dojo won, 9 x Gold, 4 x Silver, and 6 x Bronze. Not a bad effort!
This video was recorded earlier this year at the Sydney regional Chito-Ryu tournament (April 2008).Â This is bo kata is “Sakugawa no Kon”, performed by Martin & Sandra Phillips, instructors at Sunshine Coast Karate.
Here are few pictures from our local association’s trivia night at Bli Bli Hall last Saturday, 23rd August.Â A special thank you to our committee for organising what was a great night, especially thank you to our quiz master Deb Woodhouse, and Ryan Kolcze who was our auctineer and music trivia quiz master. Great job
I have been meaning to get these results up for a while now, finally here they are, results and photos. 2008 Sunshine Coast Tournament Results. [singlepic=102,390,270] Mike Noonan Shihan helping his son Ken prepare for demonstration match
Here are a few photos from our day out the other weekend (Sat, 2 August 2008) at Maranatha Recreation Camp.Â Thanks to Carmen Kitchen for supplying the photos. This was a great trial run for our first QLD Chito-Ryu Karate Training Camp we are planning later in the year at Maranatha Camp.Â The training camp
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