Good Luck Tomorrow All!

November 9, 2018

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Shihan Joni’s Women’s Self-Defense Seminar September 29th 11-1pm

September 18, 2018

WSD Sep 29thRegister Here!


The dojo is closed this Monday to observe Labor Day! See you on Tuesday!

September 2, 2018


Closed July 4th!

July 4, 2018

The dojo is closed July 4th in observance of Independence Day! Regular classes resume Thursday, July 5.


Up Coming Event Registrations

April 7, 2018

Next weekend is a big one for us at USA Karate!

 

FREE Officials Clinic: Sensei Ophira Bergman

 

4.13 – This clinic is going to be held at USA Karate, from 6:30 – 8:30pm. This clinic will cover all of the AAU tournament rules. Officials for our tournament the following day are highly encouraged to attend this clinic. We will need athletes during the clinic as to help the officials get adequate judging practice.

 

 

 

PN AAU Karate District Championships – REGISTRATION LINK


4.14 – USA Karate is hosting the AAU Karate Championships and National Qualifier. Pre-register at the link above. Pre-Registration ends April 11th.

 

Kumite Seminar: Sensei Valecia Cigar – REGISTRATION LINK

 

 

Six time consecutive Ippon Kumite National Champion, Valecia Cigar, is coming to USA Karate to teach a Kumite Seminar! Register at the link above.

April 15th: 9:30 – 11:30am

$30 Admission

 

 

Women’s Self-Defense Seminar: Shihan Joni Sharrah – REGISTRATION LINK

 

Shihan Joni has been teaching Women’s Self-Defense for decades, this will be a class that you won’t want to miss. This class is open to the public; no martial-arts experience required.

Register at the link above.

Note: this class will cover mature content. Teenagers and above are welcome.

April 21st  1:00 – 2:30pm

$20 admission


2018 PN AAU Karate District Championships

February 5, 2018

When:
Saturday, April 14, 2018
Check-in: 8:00 am
Events begin: 9:00 am

Where:
Lynnwood High School
Gymnasium
18218 North Road
Bothell, WA 98012

Rules Clinic:
Friday, April 13, 2018, 6:30
USA Karate Academy
1535 NE 177 St, Shoreline, WA 98155

Cost
1 event: $55, 2 Events: $65, 3 Events: $75
Synchronized Kata: $30 per team, or $10 per person

Entry Deadline:
By mail, postmarked by April 5, 2018. $25.00 Late Fee after April 5, 2018.

Online registration deadline is 8:00 pm, April 12, 2018.

Please Pre-register online (2018 PN AAU Karate District Championships & National Qualifier) if you can.

If you can’t pre-register online, pre-register by mail:

Make checks payable to USA Karate Club  (Check or Money Order, only; Credit Cards are accepted for only online registration (see above). No refunds. $25 fee for returned checks.

c/o USA Karate Club
20126 Ballinger Way NE
PMB 222
Shoreline, WA 98155

Spectator Fee: $5 for 11 and up,
$3 for 10 and under and seniors 62 Yrs. and Up

Divisions: KATA, KUMITE, KOBUDO, SYNCHRONIZED KATA
All Ages and All Skill Levels
(Age, on July 1, 2018, determines division)

AAU Membership required:AAU Youth membership must be obtained before the competition begins except where the event operator has a laptop available with an internet connect. Be Prepared: Adult and Non Athlete memberships are no longer instant and cannot be applied for at event. Please allow 10 days (14 days is better) for membership to be processed.Participants are encouraged to visit the AAU web site http://www.aausports.org to obtain their membership.

Rules: Modified AAU Karate rules will be in effect.

Further Information:

206-440-5533

USAKarateAcademy@gmail.com

Lodging:

The host hotel is The Embassy Suites in Lynnwood, WA. Book your rooms by March 30, 2018 to get the tournament rate. Attendees can begin calling in their reservations to 425-775-2500 or 800-628-0611. Let Embassy Suites know that you are with USA Karate Academy or Canadian Martial Arts Academy, to get the special rate.

Visit http://www.aaukarate.org for a complete listing of tournament rules and regulations.

Download tournament flyer.

Download registration forms.


Fall, ‘17 Newsletter & In-house Tournament Results

November 18, 2017

From Shihan:

As I look forward to my 37th year in martial arts, I am grateful for all martial arts has enabled me to achieve as a person and to offer to our great community. It was a blessing in disguise letting go of our Annual Pacific Northwest Karate-do Classic tournament this year as it allowed us to host an in-house tournament for our very own dojo members.

Our in-house tournament gave us the opportunity to demonstrate the art and sport of karate-do in a fun, non-intimidating environment. All our students’ karate skills shined brightly at every level. Newer students were able to get a glimpse of what a karate tournament is like and parents of our students had a chance to get to know one another.

The new leaders of our dojo (senpai) were able to practice judging, officiating, refereeing, and organizing.

For those of you who may have missed the event, we announced that Sensei Justin Wilson is returning to the dojo as our new Program Director. After 4.5 years, Sensei Justin returned from living in Japan where he worked in private education. He is eager to utilize his experience in education to refine our classes and operations at the karate school. Sensei looks forward to getting to know our dojo family, so please introduce yourself if you haven’t already.

Download Fall 2017 Newsletter

Download In-house tournament 2017 results.

 


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