I began my Karate training at the tender age 8, but was unfortunately too hyper to stick around beyond my orange belt. I did love it, but wondered what else was out there, and if it were somehow possible to actually become the fifth Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle.
The next two decades of my life were spent signing up for and sampling various different martial arts, only to return to Karate once again. I really respect the discipline that is required to improve the strength, speed and technique which make Karate so beautiful and efficient. It’s amazing to be a part of something that leaves you continually inspired by your sensei, sempai and fellow karateka alike.
"During my 30 years of training I have explored other disciplines and organizations but my love and passion lies with Shotokan Karate"Read More
"My diverse experiences training in other Shotokan associations have honed my skill-set to pass along my knowledge to our students."Read More
"I am passionate about my karate and get a great sense of satisfaction at watching the growth of the students throughout their training."Read More
"I’m passionate about many athletic endeavours, but I enjoy Traditional Shotokan Karate the most"Read More
"I’m proud of how far so many of our long standing students have come, exceeding not only our expectations but, more importantly, their own."Read More
"I’m a Romanian-Canadian with over 10 years karate experience in both countries"Read More
"Karate for me is a lifelong physical, mental and spiritual journey, on which I’m always learning new things!"Read More
"I love to train for the physical challenge as well as the mental challenge."Read More