This is a program for adults, teens and children.

When a person first enters karate they are developing fundamental karate skills and learning to work as an individual or in a team environment. Adults and parent's expectations should be based on their child having fun, developing skills and wanting to continue training. With increased skills comes success, which leads to an increased desire to continue training and greater self-satisfaction on effort. When karate skills have been reached and improved to a point where the child demonstrates consistency in play, and has the appropriate age and desire to move towards competitive they are ready. Being ready to raise their level of involvement suggests that they have acquired the necessary training, skill prerequisites according to their levels, social / emotional confidence and cognitive understanding of what is involved towards competitive level.

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The Karate-Able Program was developed after recognizing a need to create awareness for individuals with special needs who may be interested in pursuing traditional martial arts. The program aims to include individuals with motor, cognitive, sensorial and behavioral challenges in the practice of traditional karate.


This side of training requires more commitment and dedication as well as provincial, national and international travel. This side of karate allows athletes to perform and train in a higher / competitive level aiming for a spot in the Provincial and eventually the National team. The minimum age to be considered to be part of Team Canada is 12 but eliminations starts at the age of 11 at Provincial qualifications.
As per August 2017 Osuna Karate has 7 athletes in the Provincial team and 4 karatecas in the National team.


Our after school program offers a variety of exercises, techniques and drills where the student can develop and improve his/her social, motor and coordination skills. Self-defense, attention, concentration, discipline and social interactions are all part of their daily training in a small class setting.
After students have change into their karate uniforms, our class begins and ends with a bow to the Sensei(s) followed by a warm-up, students practice karate’s particular skills, which may include different kinds of kicks, punches and blocks. Each activity requires concentration and strict attention. Breaks are permitted as needed. The student's progress is often marked by the belt system, which takes the beginner from a white belt through a variety of colors until black. Testing for each new level depends on effort, dedication, participation and readiness and it is a good exercise in setting and achieving goals.
This program runs in our Springbank Dojo From Mondays to Thusrdays starting at 2:30pm for pick up time.

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This is a private and elite group training session. For more information please contact Sensei Juan Osuna.


Be a Ninja for a day!
Birthday Ninja Party is for children 3-12 of all abilities.
Led and tailored by trained instructors this party will be fun, full of energy playing some games while showing and teaching some karate moves, drills and techniques.
Our Dojo becomes a party room after to enjoy some food and cake in a tatami style!
Lots of fun and space to enjoy a fantastic an especial day!

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