Here are the highlights from this Holiday Season so far!
Kazoku Martial Arts Centre’s 3rd Annual Potluck
Our karate family got together once again to kickoff the Holidays. Everyone brought all sorts of dishes to share, students received their well deserved belt certificates, and we even handed out our very first set of awards.
We are so excited to announce that our website has some new and improved features. No ads, analytic abilities so we know exactly what you want, and we can now upload and share with you our latest Youtube videos.
In fact, here’s one of our earlier videos from Tabata Tuesday. You can view more like this if you subscribe to our Youtube Channel.
GALT MOVES Summit 2018 is free of charge event that features a series of engaging and informative stations set-up by a variety of our community businesses in downtown Galt. Throughout the day there will be prize giveaways and exciting classes & demonstrations showcasing different activities that can keep us moving!
Come on out and join us for a swim, food, and of course some karate at Shades Mills Conservation in Cambridge.
This is a friends and family event, so feel free to bring additional guests to join in on the fun. Just be sure to let James know so we can ensure there’s plenty of food.
We will be providing hot dogs, burgers, and extra snacks but please we invite everyone to bring their favourite picnic food for everybody to enjoy!
There is a list at the studio for everyone to write down what they’ll be bringing.
9-12am: Black Belt/Team Training on the Beach 12-1pm: FOOD! 1-3pm: Games, swimming, and enjoying the sun!Black belts and athletes need to be there by 9am, everyone else can arrive anytime after 10:30am.
Projection Light Show at 9:45pm – watch visual effects transform the Old Post Office!
Makerspace and Creative Studios activities on Water Street:
Meet A Maker – Jenny Mitchell & the Golden Bus
Robot Hacking – Kinetic Studios
Mobile Arcade – Game Asylum
Story Station – Phidon Pens
Creative Crafts – Play With Clay
Craft beer garden hosted by 13 Food & Beverage and an assortment of other local food vendors.
Local vendor pop-up booths!
Kazoku Martial Arts Centre would like to introduce our new “Intro to Karate Program” for kids ages 10-13. It’s the perfect way to introduce your son or daughter to world of martial arts. See below for details or e-mail us at email@example.com.
It’s been awhile since we’ve shared a client’s pick. With all of the wonderful things we’ve been up too it’s been hard to keep up. But here’s another fabulous 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.
Chocolate & Peanut Butter Keto No Bake Cookies
Shalini found this recipe was found on The Soccer Mom Blog. You can find more tips on how to store your keto cookies by visiting The Soccer Mom Blog.
Creamy natural peanut butter
Pure vanilla extract
Unsweetened cocoa powder
Unsweetened coconut flakes
Non-slip mixing bowls
Non-stick silicone baking mat
Prepare a large baking sheet with parchment paper or a non-stick silicone baking mat.
TIP: We love these silicone baking mats because they’re non-stick and washable, so you can use them again and again!
In a large mixing bowl, combine the peanut butter, vanilla extract, melted butted, coconut flake and cocoa powder. Mix well by hand (the mixture will be gooey).
TIP: Feel free to add 1-2 teaspoons of Stevia if you like your cookies a little sweeter.
Scoop the no bake cookie batter onto your prepared baking sheet. Use the back of the spoon to gently shape each scoop into into a 3″ cookie.
This month we would like to highlight Iain and Liam who have been participating with our martial arts program over the past four years, and since then have been involved with coaching as well as all of the other events we host here at the studio.
Especially lately they have been coming out and getting involved with our 12 Hour Cycle Relay, Team Training with Seiwa Kai Canada, and completing the CN Tower Climb for the World Wildlife Fund. Their involvement has helped us fundraise over $2000 in the past six weeks for both our trip to Japan in 2021 and for the World Wildlife Fund.
Their hard work and enthusiasm has not gone unrecognized and we would like to thank them for their efforts today.
Keep up the great work!
And thank-you again to everyone who have also been supporting our efforts here at Kazoku Martial Arts Centre.