There will be no evening classes on Thursday October 31 to accommodate Halloween. Classes resume on Saturday November 2 as scheduled. Thanks.
There will be no karate classes Monday, October 14 due to the Thanksgiving stat holiday. Classes will resume as scheduled on Tuesday, October 15. Thanks.
SUMMER BREAK Wednesday – June 26 NO CLASSES Thursday – June 27 NO CLASSES Saturday – June 29 NO CLASSES Monday – June 31 NO CLASSES Tuesday – July 1 NO CLASSES Wenesday – July 2 CLASSES RESUME AS NORMAL
Our karate school’s tuition policy is pretty simple: We collect monthly tuition on the 1st day of the month or the 15th of the month (we give you the choice of collection dates). To stop us collecting or expecting to collect, you must provide notice in writing at least 30 days in advance. If you […]
The chart below collects some basic ‘us versus them’ facts and figures to help students and potential students understand the benefits of being a FKKCORG student. Our karate school is quite unique in the Calgary business community but it’s not always obvious why. It’s difficult to explain to the uninitiated the difference between classic karate […]
The following is a day-by-day breakdown of the karate school’s holiday schedule: SATURDAY (December 22) – Classes as normal MONDAY (December 24) – No classes TUESDAY (December 25) – No classes WEDNESDAY (December 26) – No classes THURSDAY (December 27) – No classes FRIDAY (December 28) – No classes SATURDAY (December 29) – Classes as […]
Many of our students have co-ordination issues or need to develop the usage of their hips in their karate. To address this, we have added the good old hula hoop to our curriculum. Kids and adults both will develop their hula hoop skills to support and advance their karate skills. Students are being challenged to develop […]
The last week of every month, our students aged 17 and under must demonstrate what they learned (or didn’t learn, in some cases) over the past month of classes. Typically the last class of the month is dedicated to the students getting up in front of their classmates and demonstrating the kata (formal exercise) they […]
The graphic to the left does a pretty good job of explaining why kids should be working towards their black belt. What it doesn’t say is that earning a black belt is a considerable commitment.