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Welcome

Joining our Club

Becoming a club member is so simple. Turn up to one of our classes and start training. There are no fees and no contracts. The only commitment from you is your time and a willingness to practice karate.

Remember to wear comfortable clothing and bring a drink bottle to your first lesson.

If karate is for you, sign up for an account. This will allow you to track your karate journey and receive alerts about club news and events.

Your Account

Class Location and Times

Zoom Classes

May Classes

Day Class Type Attendees
4th Grading 9
11th Normal + Kobudo 16
18th Normal 7
25th Normal + Self-Defence Class at 7pm 5

June Classes

Day Class Type Attendees
1st Grading 11
5th Zoom Class 0
8th Normal + Kobudo 14
15th Normal 6
22nd Normal + Kobudo 11
29th Normal 3

July Classes

Day Class Type Attendees
3rd Zoom Class (Next Class) 0
6th Grading
13th Normal + Kobudo
20th Normal
27th Normal + Kobudo

August Classes

Day Class Type Attendees
3rd Grading
7th Zoom Class 0
10th Normal + Kobudo
17th Normal
24th Normal + Kobudo
31st Normal

Ability Newsletter

Here is the current issue of the club's newsletter. All the back issues are on the Donate page.

Sign up for our newsletter to ensure you receive all future issues.

Autumn 2022

Our YouTube Channel

Here is a link to the club's YouTube channel where you will find all kinds of karate videos.

Visit YouTube

A Picture From 2020

You can see more awesome pictures in our Dojo Gallery. If you are a club member you can add your own memories.

Gallery
Three new yellow belts, a boy and two girls. All are wearing their new belts and holding their certificates of rank. The have big smiles on their faces.

Yellow Belts and Smiles

Latest News and Events

Here are the news and events from the last 7 days and the next 14 days. You can read all our stories on the News and Events page going back to 2016.

News/Events

Matariki 2022

24
Jun
2022

Matariki is the Maori name for the small cluster of stars also known as the Pleiades or the Seven Sisters, in the Taurus constellation.

In New Zealand it comes into view low on the north-eastern horizon, appearing in the tail of the Milky Way in the last days of May or in early June, just before dawn.

For the very first time New Zealand will have a public holiday to celebrate this uniquely Kiwi event.

This heralds the Maori New Year. To celebrate I will be training on the beach at Scorching Bay before sunrise (about 6am)