• Testimonials

  • "Our son is 8 years old, and has been attending karate classes for 3 years; our daughter is 6 years old and has been attending class for 1 year.

    Heishin-Kai has been a fantastic foundation for our children, teaching them self-defence, discipline, and respect. It has been great for our son’s confidence and concentration. The Instructors are supportive, caring, and the knowledge they pass on is priceless. They really motivate the children.

    The fitness aspect is also a great bonus. Most importantly, BOTH our children enjoy going to class!!"

    Colin & Tanya Dickson

     

  • "Four years ago, our son Benjamin started karate with Heishin-Kai. Benjamin loves going to classes, he has met new friends, attended camps, participated in tournaments and gradings. Heishin-Kai has helped develop Benjamin's listening skills, self-discipline and respect for self & others while improving his physical stamina and confidence.

    As a parent, I appreciate the way the dedicated Instructors are always willing to provide feedback and guidance to improve every aspect of Benjamin's progression. Heishin- Kai is like an extended family and we feel so proud and privileged to be part of such a wonderful Karate School with strong traditional values."

    Kerryn Lilley

  • "My son Sammy started at Heishin-Kai Karate soon after he turned five, and under the caring and skilled training of his instructors quickly developed enough skill to earn his first coloured belt. He's enjoyed it from the start and really looks forward to his twice weekly classes.

    I like the fact that it's a caring and traditional style school that places a strong emphasis on values, respect, discipline and technique... yet also makes it lots of fun for the kids. Their nurturing approach certainly reflects their name, which translates as "family of the peaceful heart."

    Thanks to his karate training, Sammy's self-confidence, coordination, listening skills, and fitness have grown. I'd highly recommend Heishin-Kai Karate to any parents who want to get their kids away from the computer games and into an active sport that goes far beyond the physical."

    Byron Smith