Halifax Karate Dojo is Home of Nova Scotia Kyokushin-Kan Karate Branch operated by Shihan Mojtaba (Moji) Talebzadeh.
Shihan Moji Has over 30 years experience in Martial arts, he has experience practicing and teaching Kyokushin Karate in japan.Iran and Canada, he has lived and practiced Kyokushin Karrate in Japan for 10 years 1990 to 2000.
Benefits of our classes;
At our dojo children and adults learn how:
- to become confident through physical exercise
- to avoid violence through discipline
- to defend themselves against bullying
- to have fun while learning
- to develop leadership skills
- to become more independent
Children: Ages 5 - 7
The focus for children who are between 5 - 7 years old is to have fun doing activities that improve balance and coordination. At this stage children learn the very basic techniques of Kyokushin Karate including stances, punching, kicking and blocking.
Juniors: Ages 8 - 14
The focus for juniors between 8 - 14 years old is to work on improving balance and coordination with more advanced techniques. At this stage Juniors learn more about self confidence, respect and discipline as a way to ensure they have a strong foundation for their karate. At students become more familiar with the rules of karate, they also are able to have fun that challenges them to remember techniques and kata.
Adults: Ages 14 years old and above:
The focus for our adult class is to provide an environment that all of our students can get the benefit that they are looking for and to meet the high standards of our organization. Through our program our students will learn how to use the their bodies and minds to bring out the best from themselves. Kyokushin karate training teaches us that there is no limit and that we can always push ourselves to be better; this will help us to manage challenges in our daily lives and to be a positive and productive person in our society. Our members can train just for a healthy activity or if they wish we can support them to train competitively and participate in national and international events.