Zen Do Kai is a component of the Bob Jones Corporation, one of the largest martial arts organisations in Australia.
Zen Do Kai incorporates aspects and components from many martial arts disciplines and forges them together to form a modern system of self-defence. For over forty years Zen Do Kai has provided practical, efficient and effective martial arts programs for self-defence, sport and recreation for people of all ages. Zen Do Kai’s origins are traditional however it adopts and develops the most up to date training and technical knowledge from around the world.
The philosophy associated with freely absorbing the best of other fighting systems and refinement of techniques has matured Zen Do Kai into a most comprehensive and practical self-defence system. Zen Do Kai classes include training in relaxation, stretching, balance, coordination, fitness, speed, power, martial arts, non contact sporting concepts, kata (forms), anti rape and street survival strategies.
Zen Do Kai classes typically follow the guidelines of a well structured syllabus and provide a great deal of variety and an excellent physical workout. Students are able to work and advance at their own pace and are always encouraged to strive to achieve their personal best. Classes can include such elements as stretching and warm up exercises, technique and skills development, partner and pad training, self-defence applications, self-defence drills, kata (form) training, and cool down stretching and exercises.
- 7.00pm – 8.30pm
- 8.00pm – 9.30pm
- 7.00pm – 8.30pm
Saturday 24th August at Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre (MSAC), Zen Do Kai are holding their annual black belt grading. Over 60 black belts and numerous coloured belt students will be attempting the next step in their martial arts evolution. Firestorm Martial Arts will be represented by 5 students attempting for shodan ho, 2 attempting [...]
Just a quick note on the remaining extra black belt training days to be held at the Firestorm Centre prior to the grading later this month. Sunday, 11th August – Shodan training 11-00am to 12-00pm, Shodan Ho training 1-00pm to 3-00pm (please note NO nidan training on this day.) Sunday 18th August 10-30am Nidan Training [...]