Every parent wants to enroll their kids in karate classes, but the fact is that many kids don’t really act on this. No longer do kids play in the park, or figure out a camp, instead, they stay at home, sitting in front of the TV, with the latest offering from the computer games universe. As a result, these kids tend to become inactive and end up being overweight or even obese! Parents, by enrolling their kids in karate classes, can provide their kids with exceptional life skills designed to shape their character while keeping them fit. The kids, who go to karate classes, not only learn the tactics of… read more →
💯 KARATE TRIAL ‼️ Come and try in 2018 our traditional Japanese Karate for 4 Weeks including uniform for only $35 (uniform valued at $70). We are a local, community based, family friendly, affordable, not-for-profit Karate school endorsed by the Australian Sports Commission and the Australian Institute of Sports. Our classes are small. No lock-in contracts what so ever. Our Instructors have 30 years experience and come with qualifications from Japan (5th Dan). All have First Aid certificates and Police checks. We teach to all students from 3+. Some of the benefits you will gain from our school: 🔺 Self defence, 🔺 Resilience, 🔺 Improve your school work, 🔺 Build… read more →
1. Why is Etiquette important in the dojo?? A loud “Osu” when your instructor is finished describing a point in class has multiple benefits for a dojo and your own performance in class. At the least it: – Drives up the spirit in the room so yourself and everyone around you gets “charged up” – Lifts your instructor’s spirit – enabling him to give more during a class – Shows the etiquette expected in a Japanese art (which re-enforces the spirit of etiquette that one should portray in life) So don’t be shy to pump your self and others up during class, acknowledge your instructor and help train those lower… read more →
These are 10 of the reasons why you may want to consider martial arts training for your kids. Fostering Self-Discipline – One of the central tenets of all forms of the martial arts is an absolute focus on self-discipline. Today’s kids are so accustomed to receiving instant gratification that lessons in self-restraint and discipline aren’t always easy to come by. Kids with a martial arts background, however, are continually reminded of how essential self-discipline is. Boosting Socialization Skills – Kids who don’t always thrive in highly social environments may find it easier to get to know people and make new friends when they’re in a room filled with peers who share a… read more →
Awarding various colored belts to signify the achievement of new levels of expertise in karate and is a relatively recent tradition. The colored belt is said to have been created by Jigoro Kano, the founder of judo, in 1888.The practice was then adapted into other martial arts, including karate. Earning a belt not only indicates an advancement of rank, but an advancement of personal growth. Not every karate school uses all the colors, and the order of the colors may vary slightly. Belt colors can also be interpreted in more than one way. Colors for Beginners White and yellow belts signify that a student is a beginner. White symbolizes the… read more →
Fear and distractions seem to be at an all-time high, and our media-savvy kids are well aware of it. Our program strives to provide our teens with the self-confidence and focus they need to make it in today’s world. Students engage in a fun activity that is physically rewarding and challenging while in a safe environment with positive role models. Students also develop positive character traits such as perseverance, goal-setting, integrity and discipline. Teens find that our martial arts program is high energy, exciting, and motivating. Students will enjoy the workout as well as the life long friendships that are built exercising and training with people who have similar goals.
Athletes from all over the world are preparing themselves to challenge each other to see who is the best. Australia is also up for the challenge. We are taking in students and training them to take part and WIN gold for Australia. Will you be the next WORLD KARATE CHAMPION ? All applications will be considered and National squad training will be announced soon. Please contact Sensei Dhanesh Walatara for more information.