The health and safety of all of our students, their families and our community is of paramount importance. Due to COVID-19 pandemic, all C.N.G.K. events have been postponed. During this time, the Senseis have provided alterntive options for training from home. Please contact your Sensei for more information.
We strongly encourage you to continue to train. The positive holistic qualities of Goju Ryu Karate-Do are so beneficial for the mind, body and spirit of all students. This can be a wonderful opportunity to explore aspects of your training with a new perspective. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions. We wish you all the best and good health!
The Eight Precepts that Master Miyagi Chojun chose out of the “Bubishi” help to give us a grounding not only for our study of karate but also for how we live in this world. From the Eight Precepts, I want to focus on the first precept because it is the one that has grasped onto my mind and meets me at my very essence, “The mind is one with heaven and earth”. In a different respect, this precept is also the one that holds the other precepts together. As we go through how the
The Guelph Open Karate Shiai, in support of the Children's Wish Fund of Guelph, welcomed close to 200 competitors from all over Southern Ontario on Saturday, November 18th, 2017. Many dojos and styles were represented and participants of all ages performed in a fine display of excellent karate. Tri-City Training, hosts of the Guelph Open, had the privilege of having guest instructor, Sensei Conroy Copeland (Windsor, ON) lead a pre-competition sparring seminar. Sensei Copela