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Toronto Kyokushinkai Karate

203 Kingston Road
Toronto, Ontario, M4L 1T5
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Toronto Kyokushinkai Karate  

203 Kingston Road, Toronto, Ontario, M4L 1T5

  • type:
    Day camp, After-school / weekend classes, Family programs
  • Focus:
    Martial Arts
  • Cost:
  • Ages:
    4 to 11
  • Gender:
  • Main language:
    English, French
  • Capacity:
  • Programs:
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  • Summary Profile

    About Toronto Kyokushinkai Karate

    Karate Summer Day Camp, PA Day Camps, Winter and March Break Karate Camps. Before and After school programs with drop off pick up from local schools including Norway, Kew, Williamson, Bowmore. Bus option from La Mosaic, GEC, St Denis, St Johns. We offer Karate, Self Defence, Kickboxing, Strength/Core classes for all ages, fitness and dry-land programs and personal training.
    • Special needs: Not available

    COVID-19 Response 

    COVID-19 measures follow all public health guidelines. At this time mask use is optional for all programs.

    View recent COVID-19 updates from Toronto Kyokushinkai Karate

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  • Programs, Rates & Dates

    Programs and Sessions Calendar

    Choose the right programs and sessions for your child; Toronto Kyokushinkai Karate currently has 3 programs available; 3 TBD.

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    Ages: 4 - 11
    Martial Arts
    $55 to $250
    The Beach, Toronto, ON
    203 Kingston Road
    Sep 26, 2022-Jun 29, 2023$55 - $250
    LEGO|Mindfulness Training|Strength and Conditioning|Weight Loss Program|Karate|Martial Arts|Sports-Instructional and Training|Yoga
    Ages: 4 - 11
    Martial Arts
    $68 to $337
    The Beach, Toronto, ON
    203 Kingston Road
    Oct 03, 2022-Jun 29, 2023$68 - $337
    Arts & Crafts|Drawing|Instructor lead (one on one)|LEGO|Mindfulness Training|Strength and Conditioning|Weight Loss Program|Karate|Martial Arts|Sports-Instructional and Training
    Drawing|Painting|CIT/LIT Program|LEGO|Meditation|Mindfulness Training|Strength and Conditioning|Weight Loss Program|Swimming|Karate|Martial Arts|Ping Pong|Sports-Instructional and Training|Yoga
    Day Camp
    Ages: 4 - 11
    Martial Arts
    Arts & Crafts|LEGO|STEM|Mindfulness Training|Strength and Conditioning|Weight Loss Program|Soccer|Karate|Martial Arts|Sports-Instructional and Training|Yoga
    Day Camp
    Ages: 4 - 11
    LEGO|STEM|Mindfulness Training|Strength and Conditioning|Karate|Martial Arts|Sports-Instructional and Training|Yoga

    Financial Aid & Payment Details

    Payment Options:

    Deposit required with acceptance Yes
    Credit card payment Yes
  • Insider Reviews & Perspectives

    The Our Kids review of Toronto Kyokushinkai Karate

    our take

    The program is based in values as much as defence, if not more so, including self-awareness, personal development, discipline and perseverance. There’s a sense of belonging, too, that comes with participation in the programs, something that Toronto Kyokushinkai Karate rightly makes a point of capitalizing on. There’s a good flexibility to the program, with sessions offered all year long, including PA days and holidays. In that, as well as in the pick-ups from area schools, TKK operates with the parent perspective firmly in mind. Pricing is efficient and attractive, based in time spent within the facility and camp session rates rather than monthly fees. The camp sessions make good use of local resources, getting kids outside around a range of activities.

    Editor's Review

    Editor’s Top 3: Toronto Kyokushinkai Karate

    Hear the three things that Our Kids’ editors see when they look at Toronto Kyokushinkai Karate

    Insider's Perspective: Parent

    • 00:32 - What's unique about the program at Toronto Kyokushinkai Karate that made you want to enroll your child there?
    • 01:13 - Was this your child's first experience with camp?
    • 01:39 - Was there any change or noticeable personal growth you saw in your child after time at camp?
    • 02:46 - How can a parent support their child to get the most out of this camp?
    • 03:27 - What does your child say about the camp, either to you or that you may have heard them say to friends or others?
    • 4:10 - Final thoughts?
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  • Location & Site Details


    203 Kingston Road, Toronto, Ontario, Canada


    Is Toronto Kyokushinkai Karate technology free? Yes We are an activity focussed facility, which means that for all of our programs (camps, classes etc.) we ask that kids please leave their phones and other electronic devices at home. We promote physical and skill based activities.

  • What's New

    In the News

    October 5, 2016
    Toronto Kyokushin Karate Featured on Discovery Channel's Daily Planet

    We were asked to demonstrate Kumite (fighting) and tamashiwari (breaking)... Read More

    December 2, 2015
    Toronto Kyokushinkai voted amongs top 10 karate classes in Toronto

    Blog.to voted Toronto Kyokushinkai Karate amongst the top 10 Karate classes in Toronto with special mention as the place to bring your kids.... Read More


    • Great Testimonial from a Recent Tournament in 2016


      We wanted to send you a quick email letting you know that we had a great time in Montreal at the Kyokushin Karate Eastern Championship this past weekend.

      We also would like to thank you for all the work you have been doing in coaching Alexander.  He was very excited the whole trip, and thoroughly enjoyed participating in the event.  We told him... 'just go there and have fun!'  In the opening ceremony, you could see the pride in his face to be part of such a special group.

      This event, the Eastern Championship, was so exciting for him, and to have won first place in his group, well, we can't tell you how proud he is and happy.  As a parent, you know that the youngest often feels a sense of competition with older siblings, and this is his first big accomplishment (in his eyes, relative to his sister) which makes it all the more special to him.  This was the first time that he won a trophy and he was so proud!  His sister was enthusiastic for his opportunity and proud of her brother-she was rooting for him, cheering him on, and was jumping up and down when he was presented the trophy! 

      We always encourage our kids to be happy for others in their shining moments. In the end, the weekend was good for both kids as a learning moment!!

      We also wanted to let you know that we found the event to be really well organized, and were really impressed with all the people involved in studying in the Kyokushin discipline.  We saw that the experienced karate seniors, mentors and coaches in the organization support and demonstrate the values in life, as well as in the teachings.

      We are so lucky to have found you to be Alexander's teacher and guide on this journey. Thank you for all your work and effort which shows in the pride and joy Alexander carries to be studying Kyokushin karate with you.

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