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!
Essay: Why Study Kobudo Keith Harris 12/01/2017 As a Dojo owner and dedicated student of Kobudo I have tried to justify to my students the effort of studying weapons. We honour the wisdom of Daisensei Yagi by taking up the Bo, Sai, Tonfa, Komma and Nunchaku as he taught us. But why do we blindly follow in the teachings… I do not think we are expected to just go through training without thinking for ourselves. After all we are also taught that our brains are our most valuable
Canadian Naha-Te Goju Karate Chief Adjudicator, Kyoshi J. Purdy, and all of the Dojo heads would like to extend congratulations to the successful Black Belt candidates from the winter Black Belt grading held in Arthur, December 2nd, 2017. Connor Ancheta (Purdy Center for the Arts), and Max Bailey (Tri-City Training) were both promoted to Shodan. Ed Charlton, (Arthur Karate Dojo), was promoted to Nidan. All three candidates demonstrated excellence in body, mind, and spiri