SHIHAN LAURIER GOUDREAULT


  • Godan (5th Dan) from IKO Sosai, Honbu Japan
  • Honoured in 1981 for promoting and practicing the Art of Karate Kyokushinkai
  • Certified instructor in Okinawa Kobudo (weaponry): Bo, Sai, Tonfa, and Kama
  • Certified instructor in Special self-defence training
  • Kickboxing

CHILDREN

Karate is the ideal activity for children and young adults for their physical and mental development.

Physical Development

Most children in Canada do not exercise enough and are at high risk for heart and stroke problems in their adult life. In practicing Karate children develop a physical workout routine that increases their chance to keep fit and be healthy. Through karate children improve their:
  • Cardiovascular condition
  • Muscles strength and tone
  • Coordination
  • Flexibility
  • Mental Development
With karate training children learn how to:
  • Develop self-discipline and awareness
  • Improve self-respect
  • Increase their concentration level

ADULTS

The benefits of Karate for adults are as rewarding as for children but with a different approach. Adults concentrate more on improving their fitness and on acquiring new techniques for stress relief and self-defence.

Self-Defence

From the white-belt level to the black-belt level, adults learn a variety of responses to a variety of attacks in a non-violent philosophy.

Self-Confidence

Self-confidence comes from being challenged to one's limits, confidently meeting them, then surpassing one's expectations.

Fitness

Healthy bodies come in all shapes and sizes. Adults participate in a variety of fitness building activities that teaches them how to relieve their stress level, to improve their flexibility and coordination and to reduce their recuperation time.
SCHEDULE

New session starts January 8th, 2018.


Monday

6:00pm - 7:00pm - Juniors (12 and under)

7:00pm - 8:30pm - Adults

Wednesday

6:00pm - 7:00pm - Juniors (12 and under)

7:00pm - 8:30pm - Adults

CONTACT

Le Patro

Our downtown school is located at the Le Patro Community Center (40 Cobourg St, Ottawa) in room 4. When you enter by the main entrance take the ramp up and turn right.

To reach our school from Queensway take the King Edward exit, continue down King Edward until Murray St/St. Patrick St. Turn right on St. Patrick and continue until the second traffic light (Cobourg St). Turn right onto Cobourg St. and continue until the first stop sign. Turn right into the Le Patro Community Center's parking lot.

How to contact us

If you have any questions you can drop by during the hours above or contact us in any of the following ways:

  •   613-262-9510
  •  40 Cobourg St, Ottawa