AVALON KARATE CLUB​
​"The Journey Continues"

Avalon Karate is the Headquarters for World Chito Ryu Karate in Newfoundland & Labrador.  
​We are one of the biggest karate schools in the city and offer a variety of programs for all ages.
​When you join Avalon Karate the opportunities are endless.
​So join us today and start your journey!
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Our Vision Statement.
Our priority is and always has been to provide the best possible martial arts education for our community. We use martial arts as a way to teach life skill principles. Our program develops the mind, the body, and the spirit. We aim to provide an environment that promotes discipline in one's self, teaches respect toward others, creates a sense of community and encourages a healthy lifestyle.

Our Story.
"The 1000 Year Old Style" of traditional Japanese karate. The founder of Chito Ryu was Dr. Tsuyoshi Chitose of Okinawa, Japan. This martial art traces its origins back 1000 years (CHI) to Okinawa and the TO era (Tang dynasty) of ancient China. Avalon Karate is part of this long and rich history of martial arts. We promote peace and harmony through training the body, mind and spirit. Learn to defend against violence without becoming a violent person. Improve physical and mental fitness with karate.

​Our Mission.
A good karate student learns to develop a strong body and a good character. He or she works hard to become a better person and a positive influence at home, in school or at work and in the community. Good karate-ka learn to defend themselves against violence but they never act unjustly towards others. Defending oneself is important but it is also important to control oneself. Good karate students do not let their anger control them. They behave with courtesy and politeness. They use their skills only in self-defense and always with care and control. When practicing in the dojo and when competing in tournaments, good karate-ka take care not to injure their partners. Good karate-ka help bring peace and harmony to the world in which they live.