It has been a year now since we were originally told to Lockdown due to Covid-19. Over the past twelve months our dojo has persevered and moved to a new location, handled renovations, reopened, grew its karate family, locked down a second time, and now… a third.Read more
Our Step-by-Step Process to Ensure Safe Training
With the Province gradually reopening the economy, our studio has been given permission by our National Sport Organization – Karate Canada, our Provincial Sport Organization – the Ontario Karate Federation, and the Waterloo Regional By-law to continue practicing within our studio.
So what steps are we taking to ensure the safety of our students and our community?Read more
Student Portal Tutorial
Here is a quick step-by-step tutorial on how to set-up your login for our Martialytics Student Portal. It’s a great way to keep yourself up-to-date with current belt requirements, reminders with how-to videos, and other useful content.
Watch the video below to learn how to set yourself up or e-mail us to receive your invitation – firstname.lastname@example.org.Read more
We had the pleasure to sit with Walter Monteiro from the “I Love Cambridge Podcast” to discuss why we love Cambridge, our mission, and what our studio is doing to help our community during Covid-19.
You can watch the video below of our interview or visit the following links to watch other interviews of local businesses here in Cambridge!
As we enter another week of social distancing, our dojo is committed to its students and its community by providing programs suitable for all ages to help with:Read more
You don’t exactly need to be at the dojo to improve your karate skills. Here are a few simple exercises you can do to improve your kicks, balance, and stances!Read more
If you are not already aware by now, the world has had to take drastic measures and enforce social distancing to prevent spreading the virus we now all know as “Covid-19“. It’s a pretty scary time and has had major impacts on families, governments, and businesses everywhere; big or small.
However, the bright side is seeing how many people in our community taking the initiative to prevent it from spreading any further by isolating themselves within their homes and only going out when necessary.Read more
Two Athletes from Kazoku Martial Arts Centre Competed in the Ontario Winter Games
Kazoku Martial Arts Centre had been invited to take part at the Ontario Winter Games in Barrie, Ontario for karate. Two of the club’s elite athletes were given a great opportunity to train with Sensei Gabriel and Sensei Anta, provincial coaches under the Ontario Karate Federation, to provide Ethan and J with the tools they will need to improve their overall performance in future elite competitions.Read more
Under the Ontario Karate Federation
The Elite KMAthletes at Kazoku Martial Arts Centre completed their first full competitive season at the Elite Level with the Ontario Karate Federation.Read more
Ontario Karate Federation
We are excited to announce that we will be sending two of our KMAthletes off to the Ontario Winter Games this February. One whom will be competing in boys kumite and the other in boys kata.Read more