WE`RE OPEN AGAIN!
The new Schedule looks like follows:
The Swiss Federal Council has decided to gradually ease measures against the new coronavirus as follows:
In Phase two, which is set to commence on 11th May 2020, it is planned that shops and markets will reopen. At the same time, entertainment and leisure establishments shall reopen and restrictions on gatherings are relaxed as well.
The Federal Council will take a decision regarding the details of this phase on 27 May. This is the date where we plan to re-open our Dojo.
However; to protect ourselves in the future, we have worked out a security concept (in german) which incorporates the following measures listed below. Our Dojo takes this very seriously to maintain the health and well-being of our Karatekas. Please read very carefully:
TRAINING POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER
The current Covid-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic lockdown forces our Dojo to remain shut. We`ll keep you informed
about the current situation and upcoming news in time.
We regret that we cannot exercise, but health comes first. Stay safe and healthy! Osu!
Men at work...
A new Dojo Arises: Tatamis need to be cleaned up and then they’ll be rolled out. We will have two fighting areas,
each 4x4m marked with red mats. Having that, we will be able to conduct a small tournament.
Three more weeks and we’ll be re-opening!
A new year has begun and so have we!
Our new location will open on MON, 2.March 2020 at Badenerstrasse 551,8048 Zürich (Tram Line 2 until Freihofstrasse.
Parkings available around in the are
This weekend (15.17th Nov) we participated in a Boot-Camp in Urnäsch, Appenzell Ausserrhoden, Switzerland.
Together with teams from Kyokushinkai Karate Ebikon, St.Gallen and Winterthur, we had a great time training together
and learning from each other. Many thanks to Team Ebikon for the Organization. Osu!
October 2019: Swiss Championship Kumite 2019
The IFK Kumite Swiss Championship in Schiers,Grisons was a great event. Flawlessly organized by
Kyokushinkai Karate Chur. We saw attractive fights with spectacular knockdowns and knockouts,also the Tameshiwari
was an eyecatcher.
We will participate next year for sure; either as a full-fledged or a guest member of the IFK. Regardless of that, until
there`s a lot of work to do to be ready for such a challenge.
Congratulations and thanks to the Dojo Chur for the organization
The Waterpoort Cup 2019 in Sneek, Netherlands gave us the following perception: the swiss team needs to participate more frequently on international tournaments; otherwise we don’t have a benchmark.It is not enough just to fight on national level, we need to start with smaller tournaments and work ourselves the way up. We have spotted that fact and will train even harder to be more successful next time! Osu!
After the Dust has settled, we`re back to normal Dojo life. We just keep training hard, but smart to be ready for next year.
It will take awhile until each student (regardless of belt and skill level) has absorbed our concept and that`s fine. We`ll train in the dojo,the forest, in the lake and everywhere else where we can sharpen our skills. Rome wasn`t build in a day. So bear with us, good things will come to the one who waits. Tournaments, Bootcamps and such will be published accordingly.
If you wish to train with us,please contact us and we`ll happily provide you the details.
It`s hot. We`re taking a summerbreak and are training in NYC and West Palm Beach,FL, USA