Upcoming Events

Check out our updated Media page.

Holiday!

Just a brife reminder that Monday 19th of May is a holiday and there will not be any Karate classs.

33rd Annual Gima-Ha Shiai

The Shiai was a great susses thanks to all who attended. hope to see you all at Summer camp 2014 at Whistler Village. See all our pictures from the Shiai in our new and inproved Media page.

Aldergrove Karate Dojo

26850 - 29th Ave. Aldergrove BC (Aldergrove Community Secondary School). Pone 604 897-2681 or aldergrovekarate@shaw.ca

Pictures & info

If you have any info or pictures for our sight please submit it to Sensei Steve. I will get it on the web site.

Saturday Training

All class times are 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon
            SCHEDULE 

 September - December 2016

*All Dates subject to change*

April 1st Karate
April 8th Officials training
April 15th Easter holiday – no training
April 22nd Kobudo
April 29th Class Cancelled

May 6th  GSK Shiai
May 13th Kobudo
May 20th Victoria Day – no training
May 27th Karate


 

Karate Videos Go to Media page

"To win one hundred victories in one hundred battles is not the highest skill. To subdue the enemy without fighting is the highest skill." ~ Sun-Tsu ~The Art of War

 

 

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Welcome to Aldergrove Karate

You deserve to be safe!

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2017 Karate Registraton pack

Please follow the below link to access the paper work to register for the 2017 Karate seson. Reg pack, open and print and return to class on our first night September 11, 2017 5:45 PM.

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Certificate

Big congrats to Jeremy Lohnes. Whom complete and recived his Official's Qualifications Certificate from, Sensei Paul Sexton. On November, 6. 2016. Jeremy is now a Provincial Judge for Kata and a Regional Referee for Kumite at tournaments.

 

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sato metalA big congrats to our three competetors at the Sato cup on Nov 6 2011. A picture of all the hardware!

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See us on facebook "Aldergrove Karate" and like our page!

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Hi everyone. You may notice that our pictures page is gone. You are correct. It is now are media page. We have started to add Karate Videos as well. take a look at our first video. Happo-Geri.

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Sensei Facts

Chief Instructor for Aldergrove is Steve Tang, a 4th degree black belt (Yondan). Chief instructor. NCCP Certified. Coordinator and head coach Zone 3 BC winter games. Head coach, Fraser Valley Zone 3, Provincial Referee Certified.

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See Saturday training Schedule. Bottom of padge on the left.

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Try our new Quickkarate!

Just download our Aldergrove Karate registration pack. Fill out the paper work and then join us at 5:50 any Monday or Wednesday night with all your paper work and start Karate experiance right away! no fuss no muss. It's a great way to get in shape, increase yourself discipline and confidence, and learn to protect yourself and your family. You deserve to be safe!

Registration pack

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Epilogue!

 

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New Calander will be posted when I receive it!

Date's to remember

September 12 2016. Start of fall session.

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karate is an enjoyable life-long activity for all. Its many facets are:

Through karate we learn, teach, and promote values of respect, discipline, self control, truth, harmony, perseverance, and responsibility.

To promote the traditions and integrity of karate-do and to provide opportunities to excel in a competitive environment.

Aldergrove Karate operates on the principles of democracy, respect, fairness, accountability, equal opportunity, openness, and accessibility.


History of Karate

Since the dawn of time there have been many forms of martial arts practiced in Europe and Asia. At some time during the sixth century, a Buddhist monk, Bodhidarma. Travelled from India to China where he established the roots of what we know today as Karate. By providing a spiritual framework as well as vigorous training, he shaped a strong and powerful discipline which has evolved through the years.
As the art grew and flourished, it spread across Southeast Asia. In secrecy, the Okinawa’s adopted the art from the Chinese to counteract the strength of the Japanese feudal Lords, who had outlawed weaponry on Okinawa. More.

"Karate to the very end should be practiced with the kata as the principle method and sparring as a supporting method." Gichin Funakoshi

 

 
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