Classes resume in 2021

Our karate classes resumed on Tuesday 5th January online and will continue as such every Tuesday and Friday from 6:00 to 7:30 until we are in a position to return to Dojo training. Online classes are free and suitable for all from 10 years old. If you are considering something new this January, are in

Happy Christmas

We have reached the end of a very unusual 2020. It has been a very challenging year and one that forced us out of our dojo to train outdoors for a while then online via Zoom. We also had to cancel our annual seminar with Sensei Rault and all national competitions were also cancelled. Despite

New poster for autumn 2020

This is our new poster for the 2020/2021 season. We resumed our classes on 4th August after a short break. We are now back training twice a week in our Killorglin dojo and are looking forward to meeting new starters this Autumn. If you are interested in trying out karate, please feel free to give

Back to the Dojo

As government guidelines in relation to Covid 19 are now allowing the return to indoor training, we will return to training in the Dojo from next Tuesday as per our regular bi-weekly schedule. Classes will follow the Karate Ireland Return to training protocol and advance booking is necessary as we may have to restrict the

Karate training at home

At Kyudokan we believe that progress in a martial art can only come from regular practice. Kyudo Mugen, the study-trail is never-ending, dear to Master Yuchoku Higa, founder of Kyudokan has become the motto of the school and symbolises the spirit of Kyudokan, the pursuit of personal physical and mental development through constant practice. As

Karate Belts

March 2020 Grading

Our next grading is scheduled for Saturday 21st March 2020 from 10:30 to 12:00. People eligible for grading will be informed closed to the time. Grading will take place in the Southern Kingdom Dojo in Killorglin, Co. Kerry.