Brampton Tai Chi

3 Ways to Improve Work/Life Balance

Striking that healthy balance between work and life has become an increasingly difficult challenge in today’s society. As a result of the demanding pressures of work, family, home and everything in between, the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) reported that 58% of Canadians feel overloaded with life. If you feel as though you’re struggling to…

Kids March Break Camp

Kids March Break Camp – In-Person Join us for March Break Camp in Brampton. Open to kids aged 5-12 yrs old. March 14-18, 2022 We will train Karate, Play Games, Go Outside as much as possible, and have tons of FUN! 12 spots available @ Downtown Brampton locations (41 Main Street North) 9:00 am – 4:00…

What Karate Means To Me

What Karate Means To Me by George Karate means a lot to me. Besides learning Japanese which helps me talk to my aunt who doesn’t speak English, karate means it develops 3 similar things: mental health, physical health, and character traits. My first thing is: Physical Health. Karate helps me with protection, endurance, strength (obviously),…

Senior Fitness through Martial Arts

Often, people make the mistake of thinking of martial arts as activities only for the young. While people of all ages can practice and enjoy Karate, Ju Jutsu, and more, Tai Chi is a physical activity that is particularly well-suited to seniors. If you’re wondering how to get in shape, read on: What is Tai…

Seisan Kata Workshop

Seisan Kata Workshop with Sensei M. Percival “A fast Kata that attacks in different directions with strikes and kicks. A tournament favorite for years…” – M. Percival Limited spots There is an option for In-Person and an option for Live Online. Choose which one you would like to do at registration. The In-Person class will be…