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125 Sherwood Drive,
U-34, Brantford Ontario

This information is for when we are open:

AT THIS TIME WE ARE NOT ALLOWING SPECTATORS, PLEASE DROP OFF AND PICKUP YOUR CHILD AT FRONT ENTRANCE. THANKS FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDNG.

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Important COVID 19 information

Hope everyone had a good Holiday. Unfortunately, we are unable to run classes or afterschool program at this time. Once school reopens we will start the afterschool program. Evening classes will start back up on January 26th. Little ninjas will start on Feb 1st. Please keep following us on facebook and our newsletter for up to date information. 

These dates can change but for now this is what  has been announced.  Thank you for your patience and understanding as we yet again navigate a lockdown.

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Karate will improve endurance, physical and mental strength, flexibility, speed, co-ordination, balance, leadership, independant thinking and social development.
Our activities encourage discipline within the class, at home and in school.
We are members of Canadian Wado Association 

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Staff

Our Instructors

Sarah

Sarah

Coach, Founder

Karate aims to build character, improve human behaviour and cultivate modesty.

Hunter

Hunter

Coach

Karate can be practiced as an art, self defense or as a combat sport. Traditional karate places emphasis on self-development.

People About Us

They are so amazing. My son has special needs so sports can be hard. They went abive and beyond to find the perfect class where he is now doing amazing. He genuinely enjoys his classes. This is our first successful sport that was not private. I truly belive the reason is they really care. They have also taught him useful tools to use in his life.

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Senshi has helped my child through extreme repertory issues.  Building the confidence to become more physically active and standing up for himself in a respectful and disciplined manner.

Julie

Couldn’t ask for better people to work with your kids. Never disappointed!

Natasha

A 1985 study found that children in martial arts have an increased sense of RESPONSIBILITY and a higher SENSE of self-esteem