Training times shall be:
- Tuesday 6.30pm – 8.00pm
- Thursday 6.30pm – 8.00pm
A number of us attended the Shorinjiryu Koshinkai Karatedo National Training Camp over the weekend.
We’re on the way back to Sydney or recovering from a big weekend, and there will be no training on Tuesday 24 April.
Look forward to seeing everyone on Thursday.
For the past few weeks our normal location for the Kengokan Dojo, Fairland Hall in Hunters Hill, has been undergoing renovations. The photo at right shows that among the renovations are a new ramp at the front entrance.
As of today, 28 February, training will return to Fairland Hall.
I look forward to seeing everyone back at our usual location, and I am sure we are all eager to see the results of the renovations.
Information on finding the dojo can be found on our Dojo Location page.
Following the Japanese traditions, this session was our Kagami Biraki session. As discussed in the New Years Greetings post, Kagami Biraki means opening the mirror, and symbolises the introspection associated with the New Years period in most cultures, and also the end of the New Years festivities, and the “getting-on-with-it” of training.
For our session, we each completed a full training session, which included: