Zoom classes from 28/06/2021

Osu Everyone, we are back to Zoom for training - as we see the number of cases spiralling out of control - for quite some time.

We try to keep the timetable very simple, Monday, Tuesday and Thursday will be the same: two sessions, one hour each, one for juniors starting at 5:15 and the second for senior students from 6:30. The 15 minutes between classes will be necessary for people to log out and log in. There will be no separate class for black belts or sparring session.

For updates please keep watching your email, this web page, the Seido Kazoku Virtual Dojo FB group:

(https://www.facebook.com/groups/2589066764697527/) and our dojo FB page


Osu, Jun Shihan Miklos and Jun Shihan Nora.

Zoom session details the same as before

Seido Karate Kazoku Dojo is a branch of the World Seido Karate Organisation. We offer karate classes for children and adults, as well as a special vision program for blind and vision impaired students. We have a number of friendly and dedicated black belt instructors who will do their best to train you and all other members of the dojo.

A number of our students have competed and won medals in tournaments, both national and international, including Dawson Ko, our first blind student to be awarded his black belt.

Our dojo is located in inner-west Sydney at Strathfield Girls High School, who have generously provided us with a large sports hall to train in. The sports hall can be accessed via the entrance to the school that is closest to the 407 bus stop. The school is a 10 minute walk from Strathfield train station. There is also street parking outside the school, on Albert Rd.

New students are always welcome - we offer your first class free! Whether you're a beginner or have had a long interest in martial arts, or if you'd just like to learn some self-defence or improve your fitness, we would love to see you come along. Please view our class timetable to choose a suitable time. When you're ready to book in for your free class, please contact us.

Group photo of students