It’s hard to believe it has been over a week now since we left our home in Canada. We travelled 10,000km to Omagari, Japan to train with the rest of our Seiwa Kai family. Welcoming us with open arms, it would be six long days and thirty hours of sweat, sweat, and more sweat before the end of our training together.Read more
It’s becoming a tradition! Kazoku Martial Arts Centre held its second annual BBQ at Shades Mills Conservation area in Cambridge during the Canada Day long weekend, and we certainly had a splashingly good time!Read more
Here are our top 10 reasons why everyone should try karate
1. You get to make awesome friends!
2. It’s perfect for ALL ages.
3. You learn essential skills like body awareness, balance, speed, and agility.Read more
Fundraising for Japan 2021
Kazoku Martial Arts Centre and E.V.O Kitchen partnered up again this year to host their Second Annual Mother’s Day High Tea in their beautiful venue upstairs.Read more
Kazoku Martial Arts won medals in all age and belt levels this weekend while competing in Ingersoll this past weekend. The Seiwa Kai Canada Open welcomed over 130 athletes from all over Ontario.Read more
Kazoku Martial Arts Centre and The Core Climbing Gym have partnered up to help fundraise for our students to visit Japan in 2021.
Want to take part? It’s easy!
Join us on Saturday, January 12th from 10am-12pm and simply mention the word “karate” to the front desk. Your shoe rental of $5 will then be donated to our student’s so they may go and experience a whole new culture and train with our head instructors within Seiwa Kai.
Location: 500 Jamieson Parkway, unit #1, Cambridge, Ontario
Entry Fee: $14 +hst day pass / $5 minimum donation shoe rental
Time: 10am – 12pm
More: we will also have raffle prizes and snacks for purchase. Contact us for further details.
Summer is nearly over and we always like to end it with a bang! So this year we hosted our second annual ALL Nighter where our students push themselves for 24 hours. However in order to participate, everyone needs to fundraise as much as they can to put towards their trip to Japan in 2021.
And with much success, we were able to survive the night and fundraise over another $1300.00.
Thank-you again to everyone who came out to train, including our friends from the Honbu Dojo in Ingersoll as well as all of the volunteers who BBQ’d, brought us coffee, plus breakfast in the morning, and to Pam and Bryhnn who came out to teach a thing or two about yoga and flexibility (Mindful Life Studios and Bre Free Yoga).
We really appreciate everyone coming together to help us with the event and we are definitely looking forward to next year’s ALL Nighter!