Planning for Fall Training
As restrictions begin to lift and we anticipate the end of the pandemic, we are happy to begin planning for karate training in the fall. The school where we trained until March 2020 (École Terre des Jeunes at 3720 42 St NW) has contacted us with the understanding that we will restart, following our old schedule:
As many of you are aware Alberta has begun moving into step 2 of its plan to lift restrictions. Low-intensity individual and group fitness activities, such as low-intensity yoga, Pilates and tai-chi are now permitted. High-intensity activies including combat sports are not permitted at this time. Please note that Sabean Karate will remain closed
Recent announcements from the Alberta provincial government and Alberta Health Services (AHS) have maintained restrictions related to group fitness put in place on November 13, while adding additional business and community-based rules. As such, please note that Sabean Karate remains closed and will not reopen until receiving instructions to do
November 12 Classes Going Ahead
All Classes Cancelled from November 13 to 27
As per Alberta Health Services and the Provincial Government of Alberta requirements, all indoor group fitness classes are cancelled from November 13 to 27. For our dojo, this means that the next scheduled class day would be Monday, November 30.
As Premier Kenney noted, we
Our indoor classes have been underway for just over one month now. We are all getting used to the new space and the new procedures for class entry.Thank you to everyone for following safety guidelines – we have had no problems with checking temperatures, taking attendance and mask wearing.
As a reminder, you must wear a mask in the entry way and
Welcome back everyone! We are looking forward to a new training season with all of you. COVID-19 protocols add a bit of complexity to our training sessions, but if we all follow the guidelines, we can keep each other safe and focus our energy on karate training. The following is a list of protocols to ensure everyone’s safety:
As with almost every other aspect of life, we are all finding ways to adapt in the time of COVID-19. Our optional fun runs at Baker Park have been well-attended throughout the summer – and will continue until September 29, weather (and sunset!) permitting.
We are pleased to welcome everyone back to indoor
Indoor classes remain cancelled due to COVID-19.
The adult class fun runs are underway – good to see everyone at Baker Park on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Remember, these sessions for our adult class members are optional and weather dependent. If you are interested, we meet in the Baker Park parking lot at 5:50 pm. Sessions run until approximately 8 pm.
Classes remain cancelled due to COVID-19.
Hope you are all finding ways to keep active! Though we are still under significant restrictions, the conversations among public health and government officials have become more encouraging with proposed plans for lifting restrictions. Lifting restrictions will of course depend on how the disease
Note that the Junior National Championships, slated for early May, have also been cancelled.
While we are all wondering what challenges we will face next, we have had some very positive news to share. Sensei Mariah Blunt has won a $1,800 bursary from Karate Canada! With support from the Government of
As a result of the ever changing COVID-19 situation the Calgary School Board has suspended all facility rentals until at least March 27, 2020. All classes are cancelled until further notice. As the situation develops we hope to learn more about future gym rentals before the end of the month. As soon as we hear anything we will pass it on. For
In addition to our recent reminders for good hygiene and health practices, we ask that if you have a person in your household who has travelled outside of Canada in the last 14 days, that you monitor your health carefully. Anyone who has travelled outside of the country in the last 14 days is being asked by Alberta’s Chief Medical Officer to self
Information about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) has become a constant in our day-to-day news and social media. And while Alberta Health Services and the Government of Canada note that the risk of infection for Canadians remains low,it is important to remember that public health is a shared responsibility.We all must do our part to keep ourselves and
A new year typically brings all kinds of new resolutions. New goals, new focus and an effort to get rid of things that aren’t helping you keep on track. Then, once you get back to your normal routine, after about the first week of January, it all falls apart. Does this mean you shouldn’t bother trying to improve? No! But it does mean that you should
The potluck is tonight! Setup will be at 5:30, so if you can make it out early to help that would be great. In case you didn't realize, he party is open to family not just Dojo members. Everyone is welcome. Come on out and don't forget your ugly sweater.
The first class after winter break will be on January 7, 2020. See you then.
Sabean Karate Academy invites YOU to an Ugly Sweater Potluck!
Who: EVERYONE is invited!
When: Thursday, December 19, 2019
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Where: The dojo – of course
What: Please bring a hot or cold dish or dessert of your choice to share. And don’t forget your ugly sweater!
The potluck will be replacing classes on December 19, 2019.
IMPORTANT - Please
Hope to see everyone at the 6th Annual All Alberta Karate Invitational Tournament this weekend (November 23) at Crescent Heights High School!
When:Saturday, November 23. Set-up begins at 8:00 am. Competition begins at 9:30 am.
Where: Crescent Heights High School: 1019 1st Street NW, Calgary, AB
More information and a tournament package can be
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