Registration for karate… join South Surrey Karate Club today

Andrew Statz, a certified high school teacher and chief instructor, of South Surrey Club began his martial arts journey with judo training under the critical eye of Nobi Sakiyama and Ron Uyeyama, senior high school teachers and local practiciing judo Continue reading

Japan trip 2023

    Did I mention South Surrey Karate Club may be going to Japan in the summer of 2023 to Kyoto?  We’ve been in contact with Sensei Kobayashi in Japan and there is the possibility; so maybe … you’d better Continue reading

An Essay from South Surrey Karate Club

The Future and the Fullness of Karate: Rokudan Essay originally published July 11th, 2018                                                     Continue reading

Black Belt Grading Syllabus and all Grading Requirements for all kyus up to Black belt

Sensei Jim Hawkins is seen here demonstrating with another black belt that training without pain by using swimming noodles instead of a weapon can elicit critical physical responses. Martial arts training concepts are often achieved through creative applications. Major concepts Continue reading

2022 Registration for all new students

Pacific Heights junior class starts at 5 pm , so  please wear a mask;  remember summertime when we trained outside in the fresh air?     Winter Registration has begun   Back to school and training started on Monday, January Continue reading

South Surrey Karate Club Location, Times and Fees*

Want to train at South Surrey Karate Club? Bring a friend or your parent and come to the club just before 5 o’clock on Monday, to Pacific Heights School, 17148 26 Ave, Surrey. Make a resolution to do something positive with your life.  Join South Surrey Karate Continue reading

History South Surrey Karate Club

  Presently, South Surrey Karate Club is affiliated with Shisei-Kai Karate Canada under James Johnson (see below) the chief instructor of Burnaby Karate Club. James Johnson is a member of the Sports Hall of Fame for karate fighting or kumite as the Japanese call it.   James Johnson, Continue reading