We’re back! We’ve been running up to 18 classes/week on Zoom since mid-March. Now we are back to having classes at the dojo while continuing to offer these same classes over Zoom. Yes, you have the option of physical classes or virtual classes or a combination. We are all set up with the latest technology […]
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Current/Upcoming Events/Announcements: ***The dojo is now OPEN for physical classes!*** COVID-19 update: We have been offering virtual training options using ZOOM to broadcast our classes to students – approximately 18 hours/week.* If you are a current member, please check your email for invitations and reach out if you didn’t see them. *Wait! What?! 18 hours/week […]
Spots are limited so please sign up ASAP to reserve your space our new Intro Karate Classes! We have changed our format to teaching online via Zoom and as such reduced our expenses. So we are passing the savings onto YOU! These intro sessions are just $99/month for access to 2 classes/week, Tue/Thu 3:15-4:00pm. Family […]
From March 16, we have been offering our active members access to online training options via Zoom. On March 16, we had physical classes that were broadcast to those who unable to attend in person. From March 17, we have been offering online classes ONLY, due to the SF Bay Area official “shelter-in-place” orders. We’ve […]
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. For many years, members of our dojo have worn pink belts in October to build awareness. Please contact Sensei Keeling if you would like to order a belt for just $5.
We are now studying Kanku-sho in our Saturday classes. The predecessor kata on which Kanku-sho was derived, Kanku-dai, is very old and versions of it are practiced by people in various styles of Karate. Older versions may go by the name ‘Kushanko” and the -dai suffix was added when a secondary version (-sho) was created […]
Instructors’ Class Nov 1, 1:00-3:00pm, in our Redwood City dojo. All Shotokan black belt holders who are interested in becoming better instructors are invited to join us. Various instructors lead sections on a given theme. This session’s theme is “Recognizing the Weakest Links”