Weekly MUKC update – Week 9

Wearing Do/Tare [Beginners only]

Please be ready by 5:45pm so we can help you get into Do/Tare!

 

MUKEN Gasshuku

The MUKEN Gasshuku registrations close this Wednesday, 5 May at 11:59pm! Don’t forget to register if you want to join!
This also means that there will be no Saturday training on the 15th May due to the MUKEN Gasshuku!

Date: 15 May, Saturday
When: 9am to 5pm
Where: Melbourne University Kendo Club – West Stadium (Nona Lee Sports Centre)

 

30th Anniversary preparation! [Seniors only]

We’re holding our 30th Anniversary at the end of the year! We need a lot of volunteers to help plan and prepare for the event. If you are able to help out, please reply to this email or let one of the committee members know.

 

Training times/Events and location

Monday

  • Seniors, Kids and Beginners Training, 6pm – 8pm
    Location: Games Hall

Wednesday

  • Seniors, Kids and Beginners Training, 6pm – 8pm
    Location: Games Hall

Saturday

  • Seniors Training, 9:30am – 11am
    Location: Stadium
  • Beginners Training, 11am – 12pm
    Location: Stadium

 

Waza that waza called?

There are many types of waza and unless you’re fluent in Japanese you may struggle to understand what’s what, so here is a nice article to help solve your predicament!
Kendo Techniques

P.S. Do you recall the beginner’s course handout sent earlier this semester? It contains loads of terms with their associated meanings which is a good reference if you’re a bit lost during training.

 

As always, if you have any questions, concerns, suggestions or anything, feel free to let us know!
If the formatting does not work on your device, please let us know so we can fix it in the next email 🙂
Some links:
Our website
Unione
@monashkendo
Facebook

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