At Grand River Karate,
we practice a traditional style of Okinawan Shorin-Ryu Karate called Shidokan.
This is a comprehensive martial arts program based on natural and healthy body motion. As a dojo we pride ourselves on being open and accepting of different cultures and diversities.
Masks and double vaccinations are mandatory.The Government of Ontario press release can be found here.
Our Motto - Friendship. Cooperation. Learning.
Our dojo is directly under
Seikichi Iha Hanshi 10th Dan,
Head of the Beikoku Shidokan Karatedo Association,
awarded the title of Intangible Cultural Asset and national
treasure in Okinawa.
It is Iha Sensei's hope that with the help of their training in karatedo,
his students can learn to cope with any situation, be persistent,
face problems with courage, take care of themselves, realize their
optimum potential and feel good about themselves.
Seikichi Iha frequently tells his students that
"Friendship and cooperation are the most important part of karate."
Bring a Friend Class!
Thursday May 11 7:30pm - 9pm
Grand River Karate members can invite co-workers, neighbours, family members, relatives, or anyone else interested or curious about martial arts.
What they can wear:
T-shirt, workout pants
Mask is optional
For more info they can go to this page on our website. https://www.grandriverkarate.com/getting-started
What will we do?
Teach them basic effective Karate motion.
A cool simple form or two.
Basic partner work.
Watch a demo to see the potential.
Feel free to check us out on Facebook.
As a member you will have access to our members page which includes a series of training videos, recorded seminars and resources. All designed to support your progress.