Come celebrate Mother’s Day with us at E.V.O Kitchen
Sunday, May 13th 1pm-3:30pm
This special event will include:
A wonderful photo of you and your loved ones
& so much more
$40.00/Adult (kids 9 and under $20.00)
Plus with each ticket purchase, proceeds will help send our students on a cultural experience to Japan in 2021.
But tickets are limited (only 120). Contact us today!
In less than a month James Wyatt will be taking another team up the stairs of the CN Tower to help fundraise for the World Wildlife Fund. This will be his seventh year helping the WWF aim to make a positive impact in the world.
How does climbing stairs help?
In order to participate in the event, each climber must raise a minimum of $150.00, which goes towards the global efforts of the World Wildlife Fund. His team is encouraged to fundraise as much as they can, aiming for $1000.00 each year.
In addition to the CN Tower Climb, the Kazoku Martial Arts Family is also looking to fundraise for their cultural experience in Japan 2021. We will be sending our students to go train with the masters within the Seiwa Kai Association in Tokyo and to have the opportunity to experience Japanese culture first hand.
For both of these events, James has organized a 12 hour relay to be held online via Instagram (@KMACentre) this coming Sunday, March 18th to collect online donations while him and his students cycle on their stationary bikes from 8am-8pm. Viewers who donate will also have the chance to enter in our raffle for a wonderful bike (for ages 7-10) donated by our friends at 3SIXTY5 Cycling.
So be sure to follow us and watch us live as we challenge ourselves and our community to keep the wheels spinning for twelve straight hours!
Click the following links:
Japanese Experience: https://www.gofundme.com/kmdda-japanese-cultural-experience
WWF CN Tower Climb: http://support.wwf.ca/goto/KMACentre
It’s that time of year again when the WWF asks for our help to protect endangered species and habitats around the world. Their global efforts are crucial in preserving life and reducing our carbon footprint. We may not be able to hop on a plane this instant to protect wildlife in the amazon, however, we can certainly do what we can locally.
Every year the World Wildlife Fund hosts an annual climb up the CN Tower (Toronto’s tallest freestanding building). With over 144 flights of stairs, we strive to climb the tower as fast as we can. In addition to this challenge we aim to fundraise what we can to help fund the WWF and their efforts.
How you can help:
- Visit our team page and donate today!
- Visit us LIVE on Instagram (@KMACentre) while we host our 12 hour cycle relay
Members of our club our welcome to join us for the climb. This year’s theme… Karate VS Fitness. Visit our team page to join.
At Kazoku Martial Arts & Fitness Centre we will be hosting a 12 hour relay marathon on March 18th to help fundraise for two terrific experiences.
First is for the annual CN Tower Climb for the the World Wildlife Fund. This will be our 7th time climbing for the organization and our aim will be $1000.00 to support their global efforts to prevent climate change and the extinction of endangered species around the world. (Click to Donate).
Second is to help fundraise for our students to have a cultural experience in Japan in 2021. They will be training with the best in Tokyo and will then get to travel across the land of the rising sun. (Click to Donate).
From 8am to 8pm we will be keeping the spin-bikes spinning, taking turns with other members of our club. Joining us will be Chris Day and his friends from 3Sixty5 Cycling, Chelsi Rodrigues from Whole Health Chelsi, and the experts from Brutes and Babes Nutrition. Together we will be LIVE on Instagram to show how our community is here to make a difference!
So be sure to watch us live or even join us at the club!
When: Tuesday, January, 9th, 2018
Where: Highland Public Elementary School – 125 Salisbury Ave, Cambridge
to join our event.
What is a fitness assessment?
It is a collective group of physical activities to test your muscular strength, muscular endurance, cardiovascular health (heart and lungs), your flexibility, and finally your weight and other additional measurements.
Why are we hosting this?
To really push our members to be the best they can be! In addition, it’s a great way for us to set milestones for ourselves as a club. We will be hosting assessments every couple of months and hopefully in a few different locations to vary our assessments.
How do you register?
Contact James at firstname.lastname@example.org to let him know you are interested in partaking in this challenge. Each participant is required to fill out a consent form, a PAR-Q (annually), and contribute to our fundraiser:
- Kids (10-13): $5 (no tax)
- Club Members – $10 (no tax)
- Non-members – $15 (no tax)
ALL proceeds will go towards purchasing new fitness equipment for our club. Our goal, a full set of dumbbells!
Age restrictions for this assessment are:
- Youngest: 10 years
- Oldest: 65+
- Indoor running shoes
- Comfortable clothing
- Registration fee
- Fitness mat (some will be provided)
- A wickedly positive attitude!!
Here’s another delicious pick from our lovely lady Shalini. She’s always excited to share healthy yet delicious finds. And don’t forget if you have a recipe you would like to share, be sure to send it our way to feature it on our blog!
Please note: the recipes we share are referred to us by our clients and club members. All recipes are referenced accordingly at the bottom of the page with a link to their website.
Spicy Thai Chicken Zoodle Salad
- 1 medium zucchini, ends trimmed
- 1 small carrot, peeled and thinly sliced
- 1 cup leftover cooked chicken, shredded
- ¼ avocado, peeled and thinly sliced
- ½ cup cherry tomatoes, halved
- 1 small scallion, thinly sliced
- 1 tablespoon fresh cilantro leaves
- 1 teaspoon toasted sesame seeds
Visit Nom Nom Paleo’s website for full cooking directions.