Sunday Morning Keiko is proud to host the inaugural California Spring Keiko! We welcome practitioners from all styles to join us in a celebration of Karate
Guest Instructor sensei (Xth Dan), is a bio for guest instructor
Rick Hotton sensei (5th Dan), is a 47 year veteran of karate do and has been the Chief Instructor of West Wind Karate Dojo for the past 40 years. An innovative instructor, Hotton sensei combines a mixture of classical training infused with Aiki principle to form a unique approach to Karate practice.
Hotton sensei’s teaching and approach can be view on his popular youtube channel; "Shotokan Karate", which has gained a worldwide following. He is the Founder of Sunday Morning Keiko.
The Cost to attend all seminar sessions is $XXX for Sunday Morning Keiko members, $XXX for non members. For more on Sunday Morning Keiko Membership and to join, please go here.
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This section will be updated with any group discounts should they become available to our participants. The following hotels are within the area
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Join Us in April! Use the options below to register for the event and add on any extras.
Registration for one participant to all three days of the event -including- the final Sunday Morning Beach Sendoff Training and BBQ.
Please note, this option is for the Sunday Morning Beach Training and BBQ ONLY. You don’t need to purchase this if you have or are registering for the full camp. This option is for participants who are only able to attend the final morning training and sendoff barbecue.
Printed on premium Bella Canvas T-shirts, these are soft short sleeve unisex T-shirts with the Florida Winter Keiko artwork and quote, “Foster and polish the warrior spirit while serving in the world; illuminate the path according to your inner light.” - Ueshiba, Morihei
Printed on premium Bella Canvas Cotton, these are short sleeve unisex t-shirts with the following quote, “To win one hundred victories in one hundred battles is not the highest skill. To subdue the enemy without fighting is the highest skill.” - Funakoshi, Gichin