"Practice in tradition is the foundation of this style of karate, rather than a display for tournament."
Anshin School of Karate has developed well structured, focused programs and classes built on traditional Karate, designed for both children and adults of all ages. Classes are held for children ages 3-9, children ages 10-17, and adults 17+. We also teach street defense!
These programs help teach children self control, respect for themselves and others, sportsmanship, inner strength and bully proofing. Students have been shown to improve their academic performance, achieve better grades in school and a stronger ability to say "NO" to peer pressure.
For adults, our programs are great for stress relief, flexibility, weight loss, self defense, confidence and increasing energy. Also, they are tons of fun!
High ranking, fully qualified, registered Black Belt instructors."Your safety is our priority!"
News and Announcements
4th Annual Soke Takayoshi Nagamine Memorial Karate SeminarLast year, the 3rd annual memorial was a great success! Students from across North America joined us to mourn the loss of a great man and karate person. We would be honoured to have everyone join us this year to commemorate the life and times of Soke Nagamine.
All Students Are Welcome. The cost is what you think this seminar is worth. We would ask that everyone pay what they can, though Anshin Dojo will be accepting minimum $2 donations. The rest goes towards the preservation of Anshin Dojo and Matsubayashi Shorin Ryu. This event is a potluck, so if you would like to bring food as a contribution, we encourage it!
We hope to see you there!
Where: Anshin Dojo (1077 North service Rd #36, Mississauga)
When: Saturday, April 23, 2016
Time: 9:00am – 6:00pm
Click HERE for more details!!
All students must fill out waiver forms and submit to Sensei Trombley!
Click HERE FOR WAIVER FORM (Available soon).
Newsletter Available to All!We are excited to announce that Anshin Dojo's newsletter has expanded, and is now offered to all Ontario dojos and thier members, as of February 2016. To anyone who is interested in being added to the mailing list, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your email address, name, and the name of the dojo you are affiliated with, and we will gladly add you to our monthly newsletter mailing list.
Anyone who has any ideas regarding the newsletter are encouraged to get in touch with us at Anshin Dojo. We encourage our community to get involved and contribute to this project. Some examples would include games, articles, themes, concepts, questions, pictures, or just simply a comment on what you think! We are accepting submissions, ideas, or even a comment with regards to the newsletter at email@example.com.
The website now includes a tab on the left-hand side for all of our newsletters! Anshin Dojo produces a monthly newsletter for its' students and instructors, parents and friends, that is now accessible online. For those who want to look back on past months, or print their own copies, the archive is now available on our website! Check it out HERE .
Stripe Grading in February, 2016Anshin Dojo announces it's next stripe grading. The next grading will be on Febraury 10th, at 6pm. We wish all our students the best of luck. Please review what you are required to know and keep training hard. We hope to see you all there, and good luck to all!
Lakeview Neighbourhood Block Party DemonstrationThis will be the first year we demonstrate our skills at Lakeview Block Party !!!
Lakeview has invited Anshin School of Karate to be their feature demonstration. We ask all parents and students to come and help out with this event and demonstration on July 7th. Come take part in the various foods, fun, and sun with something for every member of the family! Games and activities will be available for the children as well. Some of the things you will see include: a demonstration from Anshin School of Karate, a fire truck visit from Mississauga Fire Department, Telescope from Earthshine Astronomical Society, Balloon Twisting, Tattoos and more!
1110 Atwater Avenue, Mississauga
5:30 - 8:00 pm