The Dojo has moved to online classes for the foreseeable future as we are all ordered to stay home because of the COVID-19 virus. We are using Zoom as a platform for our virtual classes. If you would like more information please contact Sensei Bourque. Stay Safe and keep training!
S T R I K I N G P O S T — MARCH 2020 During these most difficult times with the Corona Virus, COVID-19, reaking havoc all over the world, it has given me plenty of time to reflect on my karate journey. Where I began, where I have been and ultimately where I […]
The roads are slick and snows still coming down. Stay home and stay safe. Find some room in the basement and work on your kata! Remember, Sais and Tonfa are relatively safe inside but Bo is best left for the backyard!
Saturday, January 4th, was the date of our annual Kagami Biraki (first training of the new year). For some it was their first experience and proved to be a bit of an eye opener. Others can try to explain it to you however, until you go through it yourself, you can not truly understand. […]
Just a reminder that the Mukashi Kids Classes will be starting up again very soon! The first class will be Monday September 9th. Class times are the same as last year: Mondays and Thursday from 6:15 to 7PM.
S T R I K I N G P O S T — July / August 2019 The 13th International Soke Cup was held July 26th-28th in beautiful Penticton British Columbia, Canada. By all accounts it was a great success. A big congratulations goes out to Chris Taneda Sensei and all his organizing team. […]
Striking Post – June, 2019 Good day everyone, The 17th edition of the Yarmouth Karate Challenge Cup was held on Saturday June 1st. By all accounts it was another great success with 130 competitors representing 12 Dojos from across the province and a couple of athletes from New Brunswick. A big congratulations goes […]