Martial Arts Coaches in Calgary

Alberta

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    Aikido is a dynamic modern Japanese martial art, created in the 20th century and based on centuries of martial training. Aikido founder, Morihei Ueshiba, formulated a martial Way that merges effective technique with a mind set on peace. The power of an attack is controlled and redirected not confronted. The intent is not to destroy an attacker but rather to extinguish the violence. BigRock Aikikai is a non-profit organization, incorporated in the province of Alberta. Our volunteer instructors ... Read more have been committed to teaching traditional Aikido to all ages since 1998. We are led by chief instructor Steve Erickson, 5th Dan, who has trained in Aikido since 1985. BigRock Aikikai is a member of the Alberta Aikido Association, Canadian Aikido Federation and the Aikikai Foundation (World Headquarters) in Japan. Prospective students can start anytime, however the beginning of the month is preferred. Watching a class before starting is recommended and a free trial class is offered to everyone. ...

    Master Joo-han Cha, 6th-degree black belt, M.Sc., B.Phys.Ed., combines his competition success, coaching experience, and academic credentials to offer year-round, high-quality Tae Kwon Do classes for all ages (three-and-a-half years+) and all abilities. A four-time Korean National champion, Master Cha has the competition and coaching background to build future champions, as well as the energy and enthusiasm to lead classes that children and parents will love.

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    We have a dedicated karate dojo in Scenic Acres, North West Calgary. Our facility boasts a 1,200 square foot karate studio, male and female changing rooms and warm up area. Our club is affiliated to ISKF (International Shotokan Karate Federation). Training days are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday. For times and class types please see the schedule on our web site. Gradings and special seminars take place throughout the year at ISKF Calgary in the NE and there are several competitions ... Read more throughout the year across Canada.

    With dojo's in both High River and Okotoks, we are one of the largest clubs in the area. We believe in whole body wellness, and our classes reflect this. Our goal is to provide self-defense training and physical conditioning in a focused and disciplined environment, while ensuring our training strategy is applicable to the age group we are training. Our Style Gōjū-ryū 剛柔流, (Japanese for "hard-soft style") is one of the main traditional Okinawan styles of karate, featuring a combination ... Read more of hard and soft techniques. Go which means hard, refers to closed hand techniques such as punching and kicks and linear movements; Ju which means soft refers to circular techniques for blocking and controlling the opponent, including locks, grappling, takedowns and throws. Major emphasis is given to breathing correctly with deep breathing from the stomach (hara). Goju-Ryu combines hard striking attacks with softer open hand circular techniques.