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MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE!
We've had a great year, with seminars and gradings, charity fundraising and more. Thanks to all students and instructors - have a safe and joyful holiday and we look forward to seeing you in classes in 2012!
|Posted by Australian Jujitsu on September 26, 2011 at 1:55 AM||comments (1)|
The AJJA national annual jujitsu seminar (held in Sydney, NSW) is less than three weeks away, and Shinkendo practitioners will be there to participate, share techniques and understanding... and of course have some fun!
If you're interested in going, contact Sensei Quick in class or visit the AJJA Facebook page for more information.
|Posted by Australian Jujitsu on April 10, 2011 at 10:58 PM||comments (0)|
Shinkendo Australia will be holding a seminar on the 23rd of April starting at 8am and finishing at 2pm at the Altona Community Centre, Civic Parade, Altona.
This will be followed by a barbeque at Sensei's house. The seminar is open to all Shinkendo members. We hope to see as many Shinkendo-ka there ...as possible! If you have any queries, please don't hesitate to ask!
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Mark it in your diary > 15–16 October 2011!
The Australian Ju-Jitsu Association’s National Seminar will be held at the same venue as last year, namely the Olympic Park Authority Judo Dojo, Homebush Bay, Sydney, NSW.
Join in the fun at a two-day national jujitsu seminar; jam-packed with skilled sensei and students from around the nation! Everyone is welcome from any style and all grades.
Information regarding accommodation group booking codes will be announced later.
For more information visit www.ajja.org
For updates and information become a member of the AJJA Facebook page
|Posted by Australian Jujitsu on December 22, 2010 at 2:42 AM||comments (0)|
Merry Christmas everyone!
Thanks for a great year of training and we look forward to seeing you in class in the new year!
|Posted by Australian Jujitsu on November 14, 2010 at 7:37 PM||comments (0)|
The Australian Ju Jitsu Association's annual national seminar was held in Sydney once more, on the 23 & 24 October.
The Judo Hall at Sydney Olympic Park, Homebush, is a great venue that allows for the large group of jujitsu students and instructors to break up into ranked groups, and learn techniques from other clubs around Australia.
As well as teaching two jujitsu sessions, Sensei Howard Quick also gave a Shinkendo demonstration on the Sunday, explaining and showing test cutting to more than 90 jujitsuka. Two Shinkendo students, Jasmine Quick and Scott Cunningham, also gave an example of our training kata.
|Posted by Australian Jujitsu on November 10, 2010 at 2:39 AM||comments (0)|
Thank you to all those involved in the MegaSwim 24-hour swimming marathon to raise funds for Multiple Sclerosis!
Thank you to swimmers Rebecca Cunningham, Aaron Cunningham, Scott Cunningham, John Beckman, Howard Quick, John Meehan, Sarah Meehan, Beth Meehan, Jason Bakaric, Brooke Bakaric, Johnathan Hall, Simon Forbes, Bill Reid, Steven Tredaway & Jasmine Quick.
Eddie & Margaret Cassar & their 2 year old son also participated in the monthly team training swims throughout the year leading up to the MegaSwim. Jennifer Koscak was also a part of the team and raised money, but unfortunately couldn't participate in the actual event because she was sick.
Congratulations and thank you to friends and family for their support!
|Posted by Australian Jujitsu on July 11, 2010 at 11:52 PM||comments (0)|
At short notice we've been advised that our training hall of many years is being demolished! For the time being we are relocating to:
Altona Meadows Primary School
Alma Avenue, Altona Meadows
Train directions: 10-15 mins walk from Laverton Station (Werribee Line)
Saturday 8am - 9am > jujutsu
Saturday 9am - 11am > Shinkendo
For any questions, please contact Sensei Howard Quick