STUDENT INFORMATION & PRICING
“The ultimate aim of Karate lies not in victory nor defeat, but in the perfection of the character of its participants.” -Gichin Funakoshi
PRICES FOR CHITO-RYU KARATE
The first two classes are free, we want you to come and try before you buy. We think you'll love it.
-Little Ninja Class, ages 3-5 years old
$40.00 per month
-Kids Karate Class, ages 6 & up
$60.00 per month
-Adult Karate Class
$80.00 per month
Yearly Membership Fees
-Karate Manitoba Fees
Kids $35.00 per year
Adults $40.00 per year
Black Belts $60.00 per year
-Canadian Chito-Ryu Association Fees
$24.00 per student
MANY BENEFITS OF CHITO-RYU
Improve respiratory function
Improves balance and posture
Memorization and retention
Coordination and Motor Skills
Self-Esteem and Confidence Building
Stranger Awareness and Personal Safety
Working with others
Increase physical health
Increase ability to focus
So many more... but why don't you discover them for yourself.
RULES OF THE DOJO
Arrive before the start of class.
Show respect for others at all times.
No fighting outside of the dojo.
Safety first. Always take responsibility for the well being of yourself and others.
Shoes are not allowed in the dojo.
Upon entry and exit bow towards the front of the dojo to show respect for your fellow karate practitioners.
No leaning in the dojo.
No jewellery allowed during class for your safety.
Long hair must be tied back
Wear comfortable clean work out clothes.
Use extra time before class to stretch and warm up.
Must maintain a respectable level of personal hygiene. Including trimming toe and finger nails.
Cell phones must be turned to silent and remain in your coat or bag.
Water bottles should remain at the back of the dojo against the wall and out of the way.
Remain attentive and aware of your surroundings at all time while in the dojo.
(Kids) white 1st stripe
(Kids) white 2nd stripe
(Kids) Yellow 1st stripe
(Kids) Yellow 2nd stripe
Your Sensei is always watching your progression. When they see that you've improved enough they will offer you the chance to grade for your next belt level.
Be patient, the goal is not to have a black belt, but rather to become a person deserving of a black belt.
"The ultimate aim of the art of Karate lies not in victory or defeat, but in the perfection of the character of its participants"