Congratulations to the SMU karate club members who participated at the Karate Nova Scotia Grand Prix Tournament on January 20 in Windsor.
Congratulations to the SMU karate club members who participated at the Karate Nova Scotia Grand Prix Tournament on November 25, 2017, in Bridgewater, NS.
Members of the Saint Mary's Karate Club participated in the Healthy Start At The Park workshop being held at Point Pleasant Park as a part of the Saint Mary's intertantional students welcome week.
Approximately 35 international students took part in an introductory karate class put on by the SMU karate club as a part of welcome week 2017. The focus of the Healthy Start at the Park workshop was to introduce new students to non-alcoholic activities they can participate in on campus. Thank you to Travis, Andrew, Mizuho, Brian and Branden for helping out in this event.
The SMU Karate Club with International students.
Sensei Shannon teaching karate to international students during welcome week at Point Pleasant Park.
Well done to our SMU club members who competed today at the first 2017 KNS tournament!
Andrew King- Silver in intermediate kata
Nick Potlier - Silver in novice kata
Lily Barraclough - Bronze in advanced 18+ kata
Ally Doherty- Gold in novice kata
Congratulation to all of the SMU Shotokan Karate Club members who participated in the 2016 Karate Nova Scotia Grand Prix Tournament!
Six members traveled to Bridgewater to compete on November 26, 2016 and brought home 7 medals.
Well done everyone!
The Saint Mary's University Shotokan Karate Club and it's members have donated to the Red Cross to help the Fort McMurray relief efforts. Every bit counts!
Congratulations to the members of the SMU club who competed at the Karate Nova Scotia tournament December 12, 2015.
Celina Campbell and Nicole Davies participated in the intermediate, adult, individual kata division and came in second (silver) and third (bronze) respectively. Well done ladies!
Sensei Shannon Doane competed in the advanced, adult, individual kata division and came in first (gold).
Podcast discussion between Norma Lee MacLeod (CBC Radio, Maritime Noon) and Charlene Senn from the university of Windsor Ontario on resistance training for women to avoid sexual violence and rape.
Download Podcast (mp3) Discussion starts at 15:35 into the podcast.
Homburg Centre for Health & Wellness
Saint Marys University