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 (403) 845-3345

     

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Arashi-Do Opens In St. Albert!

Arashi-Do Martial Arts is pleased to welcome it's newest school to the Arashi-Do  community! St. Albert, a northwestern suburb of Edmonton, is a great place to start a new school. 

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Rutland Park Updates for Summer, 2016

Arashi-Do Rutland Park is making a few changes for the summer and beyond! Check us out as we add Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) and new classes to the schedule and invite you to share in our social media!

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Summer is traditionally a time of exploration, loose bedtimes, warm nights and cool (hopefully) mornings, vacation and playing! Summer is game nights, family camping, roasted marshmallows and star gazing, and more than anything else it is that time when you can let go of some of the stresses of everyday life and relax. Summer is also one of the best times to start your martial arts journey!

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I watch a lot of movies. My whole family are movie watchers and enjoy different genres and styles across the board; a good movie is a good movie. However, since I work with a lot of people in the martial arts, it occurred to me I might actually not be watching the "good" martial arts movies; just the ones I happened to stumble across. Looking through IMDB didn't help much because based on my own likes and dislikes I know that sometimes the movie you like isn't necessarily a "good" movie. So I put together an informal poll, sent it out to both martial artists and people involved in martial arts in many different ways, and compiled this list. Sit back and enjoy the "Arashi-Do Top 12 Martial Arts Movies" list! Remember, this is an informal poll and not meant to be a definitive list; this is for fun and information. Sit back and enjoy!

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Hugh has a Karate Black Belt with Arashi-Do Martial Arts out of Springbank, Calgary. He cross trains in Muay Thai and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. He started Karate with his 3 sons and though they have since taken on other pursuits, Hugh stayed with it. After 4 years he earned his Black Belt. He sometimes helps teach at the Springbank dojo, and attends most of the seminars and tournaments (as time allows). He admits that he was in generally good shape when he started Karate, or he thought he was, but believes his current good health can be attributed in part to continuing to train, to develop as a martial artist, and to the community of martial artsists who encourage and build up their team mates. Hugh is 60; he started when he was 52.

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Why Karate For Your Kid?

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I am a teacher. I was certified as an Early Childhood educator and Elementary Educator over 20 years ago.

When it came to choosing extra-curricular activities for my children I stood upon my high elevation as

an educator and judged those who were "teachers" in these activities. It did not take long for me to be humbled,

inspired, and in turn to learn from the outstanding Karate educators my children were fortunate enough to learn from.

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 WELCOME! It's a new season and we have a lot to catch up on. First and foremost, welcome or welcome back to all of our students, family members, staff and instructors, to the new season!

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Arashi-Do Springbank In Rio!

In August 2015, four Arashido Behring Jiu Jitsu Students from the  Springbank Dojo 

traveled  to Rio De Janeiro with the intention to train where BJJ was born and to compete 

in the World BJJ Championships.

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It's great to be back and it looks like we are going to have a fun year!street view
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 In 2010, GSS (General Social Survey) conducted a research survey asking Canadians across the age, gender, income, and nationality spectrum when and what sports they actively participated in.  This survey and the conclusions drawn from the results are not so much startling as they are a guide to helping understand what is happening and may suggest ways to see an increase in participation.  The single most telling result showed decreased sport participation across all age groups (pg 14).

 

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