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2021 Kendo Beginners information

You are warmly invited to join us and  start your New Year resolutions as a Modern Samurai .  --- Information for Year 2021 Beginners --- Little Samurai Class (age under 14): 1.30 - 2.30pm, Saturdays  Beginners Class (age 14 and above): 2.30 - 3.30pm, Saturdays Intermediate and Advanced Class: 3.30 - 5.00pm, Saturdays Starting Dates: Class A: Saturday 16 January Class B: Saturday 6 March Class C: Saturday 1 May Class D: Saturday 17 July Class E: Saturday 9 October Join our 2021 Beginners Facebook Group now to get updates. Course Information: No previous experience required. Regardless of gender, ages from 8 to 80 are all welcome. First lesson is your Free trial. Fees:  School students: 40.00 per month Tertiary students and adults: 50.00 per month Family discounts : the 2nd family member is 50%OFF, and from the 3rd one is free. Learning Objectives:  By the end of the course,  you will be ready to put on Bogu (armour)  and start your Kendo journ

Sutemi leads Zanshin

2018-06-06 Wednesday Keiko - Sutemi 捨身 is an important teaching in Kendo that we need to commit ourselves to the strike that we think it is the opportunity/moment to deliver. 80% is not a commitment.  In Kendo, we actually don’t accept “quite good” or “OK”. While none of us are perfect, we always do our best and have full commitment to that “one cut”. This is why Kendo can benefit our life. It is the attitude that we all have gradually developed through Kendo training and that is also the important attribute that makes us special. - Dare to dream big such as winning a medal or achieving a Dan grade is the first step to achieve your goals. Don’t be too shy to say NO to your own dream. - Sutemi leads Zanshin 殘心來自捨身。 - Thank you for the training tonight and thanks to Rex for the photos.