Simon Fraser University Kendo Club

Kendo @ Burnaby mountain

UVic Kendo Club Ted Davis Memorial Seminar – Sept 18 & 19, 2010 @ UVic

We invite you to join us in a seminar with Kenji Horiyama Sensei, kendo kyoshi 8th dan, currently a professor in the Department of Sport Science at Chukyo University in Nagoya and the kendo club head coach. During his coaching career, his students have won the all Japan intercollegiate individual women’s division twice and placed third once. The men have won third place five times. In the Japan intercollegiate team matches, they have won the championship once, and placed second in each of the men’s and women’s divisions. You can watch his remarkable kendo at the twenty seventh all Japan kendo tournament quarter final in 1979 on YouTube.

Date: Saturday September 18th and Sunday September 19th, 2010
Time: Saturday September 18th
10:00am – 12:00pm Lecture “How to build kendo skills”
12:00pm – 1:00pm ($10 Lunch, please indicate when you RSVP)
1:00pm – 4:00pm Kendo Practice – focus will be on practical applications from the lecture session, followed by free practice.
5:00pm-7:00pm Post Seminar Dinner – Please indicate if you would like to attend when you RSVP.

Sunday September 19th
10:00am – 2pm How to practice basic skills using bokuto (AJKF kyu grading activity), followed by free practice.
3:00pm – 5pm Closing BBQ

Location: University of Victoria, McKinnon Gym
Entry Fee: By donation
Parking: Available beside McKinnon Gym, $2 all day
Attendance: Please RSVP by Friday, September 3rd and also indicate if you wish to order lunch ($10). Please inform us if you have specific dietary concerns (vegetarian, allergies, etc.).

If you can only attend one of the two days, please let us know.
Email or telephone Marcell Stoer or Allan Nichols.
Preferred participants – In Bogu and 16 years and older

Please advise us if you require accommodation/lodging while you are herefor the seminar. We can provide assistance in finding a place to stay.

Contact: Marcell Stoer Allan Nichols
Tel.: 250-721-0883 Tel. 250-386-0800
Email: Email:


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