Saturday Apr 20 2013
Karate-Do Seishin Shotokan celebrating its 5th year on May 4
By: Journal sports staff
Studio giving free lessons, public invited to attend event
Karate-Do Seishin Shotokan is celebrating its fifth year of business in Auburn by holding an open day free to the public on Saturday, May 4.
The event at 896 High St. will last from noon to 6 p.m.
There will be free introductory karate lessons and demonstrations by current students. People are encouraged to invite family and friends to attend Karate-Do’s milestone day.
The affair is being billed as “the perfect opportunity for interested people to get a good look at what it’s like, meet sensei and students, ask questions and try a free lesson.”
Karate-Do is a family-friendly dojo offering instruction in traditional Shotokan karate by fourth-degree black belt Sensei Tony Hunt. No contracts are required, and classes are offered for children, adults and families. The school is affiliated with the World Traditional Karate Organization. On Sunday, June 2, Karate-Do will host world-renowned Shotokan karate instructor Sensei Richard Amos. On that day, there will be training sessions taught by Amos available to all Shotokan practitioners and a black belt test. Those interested in participating in a May 4 free lesson should reserve a spot by contacting the school at 823-3376 or visiting hunts-karate.com.