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 […]
Hello everyone, Here are the details for the KNS banquet. Date is Saturday June 1st (after Yarmouth Cup ) Held at Rudders Seafood Pub. Water st. Yarmouth Time is slated for 7 pm Menu: All you can eat buffet, Turkey and baked Haddock Rudder`s tossed salad & pasta salad Oven roasted potato Dessert- Apple […]
Hello Everyone, It is that time of year once again when the best competitors in the region gather together in Yarmouth to compete for the coveted Yarmouth Karate Challenge Cup. This year marks our 17th edition of this exciting competition. The tournament will once again be held at the Mariner`s Center and the events will […]
S T R I K I N G P O S T – February 2019 Ichi Gan, Ni Soku, San Tan, Shi Riki First the eyes, Second the feet, Third Centre of Gravity, Forth strength In this edition I would like to discuss the judging of kata in competitions. In the last 35 years, […]
Monday, March 4th, 2019 Classes have been cancelled tonight due to inclement weather. Stay safe everybody. See you on Thursday.
STRIKING POST – January 2019 Well, Saturday afternoon was the time for our annual Kagami Biraki held at Mukashi Dojo. It was heartwarming to see so many students in attendance. I think it was the largest turnout to date. It is heartwarming because these students have made a statement that they take their […]
STRIKING POST – December 2018 Lately, I have been doing quite a bit of reflection on my karate journey. Where we came from and where we are headed. In many ways karate was much simpler in days gone by. There were far fewer “specialists”. My instructor Michael Delaney Sensei used to describe himself as […]