Information and results for the SA Champs. keep track of the performances of the Samurai Karate Hout Bay dojo students.
The word “kata” in Japanese means “way of doing”, referring specifically to “the form and order of the process”. The idea is that once a kata has been practiced over and over, it is committed to muscle memory, and can be enacted by the mere thinking of it. This can apply to tea making ceremonies, […]Continue Reading...
SA Champs – WOW what a day!! The South African KSI Championships on the 16th of September at the Wynberg Military Base was a spectacular event. The SA Champs competition was a showcase for the karate talent which we have in the organisation. The students were a credit to their teachers and the hours of […]Continue Reading...
SA Champs – Let’s go, Hout Bay, let’s go The South African Championships are around the corner. The SA Champs competition is a very important event in the Samurai Karate calendar. This is where the selection for the South African squad for the World Championships in Sweden next year in July happens. Competitors train for […]Continue Reading...
SA Squad preparation Workshop SA Squad selections are upon us!!!!! At the Samurai Karate Hout Bay dojo it is a very busy time of the year. There are many events that will require more hard work and consistenct training to take us through to the end of the year. Well done to everyone who graded […]Continue Reading...
KSI Nationals – SA Championships Next week is grading week at the Samurai Karate Hout Bay Dojo. We wish everyone luck and hope that they are getting on the tatami regularly to prepare for these important challenges that karate students face on their journey up the grades. Once our grading is behind us, our primary […]Continue Reading...