Students at Sooke Shukokai Karate.

Sooke Shukokai Karate celebrates fifth year

October marks the fifth year for Sooke's Shukokai Karate, and they will celebrate with an open house.

October marks our fifth year in Sooke, and we will be celebrating it with an open house on Saturday, Oct 5 from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the club location at 6705 West Coast Road.

The Open House will offer free training, demonstrations, great new and returning student sign-up specials,  and more.

We are a family oriented club, and cater for everyone’s needs. We are locally owned, and are part of Karate BC, as well as Kimura Shukikai International and we (Canada) are one of over 20 member countries. Apart from being a traditional Karate style school we focus on body mechanics to get as much from the body as we can so that our technique is more effective. Our instructors are internationally certified, and many have international competition experience.

Come by and see what our dynamic style is about.

Looking forward to seeing lots of people.

Senseis Norman and Alida Ensil.

 

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