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kanji SEI BU KAI
Dojo Location
Gymnase de l’école Antoine-Bernard
15, rue Comeau St.
Carleton, Québec, Canada
Schedule
Tuesday and Thursday
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Mailing Address
Dojo Sei Bu Kai
c/o Bruno Corriveau
C.P. 1000
Carleton, Qc, G0C 1Y0
Canada
Telephone
(1-418) - 364 - 3341 #229
(1-418) - 759 - 8103
E-mail
Corriveau_Bruno at yahoo dot fr
Club Head Instructor
Sensei Bruno Corriveau


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kanji
Dojo Location
Bu Yu Kan Martial Arts Studio
R.R. #1, 2077 Fitzpatrick Road,
(Montreal St. to Aragon Rd. to Fitzpatrick Rd.
Glenburnie, Ontario K0H 1S0
Canada
Schedule
???day and ???day
??:?? pm - ?? pm
Mailing Address
c/o Leroy Throop
R.R. #1, 2077 Fitzpatrick Road,
Glenburnie, Ontario, K0H 1S0
Canada
Telephone
(613)- 546 - 4850 (home)
E-mail
no e-mail yet
Club Head Instructor
Sensei Leroy J. Throop


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kanji SHI RYU KAI
Dojo Location
Artillery Park Aquatic & Fitness Centre
76 Ordnance Street
(corner of Montreal St. and Ordnance St.)
Kingston, Ontario K7K 5V1
Canada
Schedule
Monday and Wednesday
6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
In the blue meeting room
Mailing Address
c/o Allen Yuen
144 Casterton Ave
Kingston, Ontario K7M 1R5
Canada
Telephone
(613)- 545 - 3732 (home)
E-mail
shiryukai at gmail dot com
Club Head Instructor
Sensei Allen Yuen
Assistant Instructors


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kanji NIN BU KAI
Dojo Location
NIN BU KAI
144 Casterton Ave
Kingston, Ontario K7M 1R5
Canada
Schedule
Saturday
9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

Mailing Address
c/o Allen Yuen
144 Casterton Ave
Kingston, Ontario K7M 1R5
Canada
Telephone
(613)- 545 - 3732 (home)
E-mail
ninbukai dot dojo at gmail dot com
Club Head Instructor
Sensei Allen Yuen


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kanji KYOKU BU KAI
Dojo Location
Kyoku Bu Kai
Honkaluodonrinne 4
Helsinki 00570
Finland
Schedule
Tuesdays and Thursdays -6:00 p.m.
Saturday afternoon

Mailing Address
c/o Juha Halttunen

Honkaluodonrinne 4
Helsinki 00570
Finland
E-mail
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Club Head Instructor
Sensei Juha Halttunen


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Naginata is a Japanese martial art form for men, women, and children. The Naginata originated over 1,000 years ago. It was a powerful weapon against horsemen and foot soldiers alike. The Naginata's length and weight made it an efficient weapon against the sword, and its circular execution made it one of the most graceful and fluid of classical Japanese combat systems. Naginata today is an art form that teaches etiquette, respect, patience, self-confidence, and self-control. The practice of Naginata nurtures stamina, beauty and grace of movement, and the building of character through discipline and concentration. Moreover, it prepares individuals to deal with the rigors of life, and in establishing a moral code based on chivalry and honor

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