HUNKERING DOWN ...... SEIDO SHIBUS WEEKLY BLOG
Follow this link to the first "Hunkering Down" issue, a Seido Syllabus Weekly Blog from Shibu.
The link contains articles from dojos all around the world,and at 26 pages long it is an awesome read - especially when many of us have extra time on our hands.
From Kyoshi Ellen – Editor in chief:
We hope you enjoy the heartfelt messages and tips. Seido is a worldwide martial art and we have kiwis karatekas in many of our international Seido dojos, including New York City, our Headquarters. The theme of this 1st edition is geographical with a snap-shot of what is going on, and where. We will keep to this geo theme and will work on solutions and strategies for the next edition. So look out for the acorn coffee, Sei Shihan Kelvin's and Kyoshi Ali's fitness regimes, success stories from the Grapevine from Sei Shihan Bu, and find out just how Jun Shihan Andew Davies walks through life in his steelcaps.
Osu, a tribute to Kaicho, Nidaime and Senpai Meg for reigniting the flame of Seido with their Mobile dojo. Today there were Seido comrades training in Kaicho's Black Belt class from all over the world, including our own Hanshi Renzie.
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Seido Timaru Weekend Experience
2018 Shibu Camp
2018 Black Belt Dinner at Austin 92 Restaurant
The annual Black Belt dinner was held on 4 December 2018 at Austin 92 restaurant in Temuka with black belts from Timaru, Temuka and Geraldine attending.
BLACK BELT CAMP MARCH 2018
December 2016 - End of Year Breakup Demonstrations
Summer Beach Training 2017
2016 Black Belt Dinner at Zest
End of year grading and breakup
Congratulations Sensei Chris
Timaru Seido Karate Club's Chris Kelley has moved another step up the sport's ranks.
He attended a national camp in Kaiapoi at weekend that featured Seido members from across the country, where they undertook a series a challenges.
Following those different activities, Kelley was made a sensei, the fourth ranking of nine dans.
Kelley was stoked to have been giving his new title.