BC Kangeiko 2024

A Kangeiko is a winter training intensive. There will be a myriad of classes and lots of social time – beginner friendly. Come join the fun!

The last instructor to visit Port Hardy, up at the northern end of Vancouver Island, was Kawahara Sensei. Andrew Hory Sensei has kept both aikido and Raincoast Martial Arts alive in Port Hardy through all the ups and downs experienced by small dojos for – quite a long time. Oh, and let’s not forget COVID. So he’s overdue for a little support and aiki gratitude!

And if helping out a fellow dojo isn’t enough reason to get you up there, just remember: you never know what awaits you unless you answer that call to adventure.

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Bob Sensei – 6th Dan
Ramin Sensei – 5th Dan
Grant Sensei – 5th Dan

Seminar Schedule:

Friday Feb 166:30pm - 7:301 Class
Saturday Feb 178:30pm - 12:003 Classes
Noon - 1:30Lunch
1:30am - 5:00pm3 Classes
Sunday Feb 188:30pm - 12:003 Classes
Noon - 1:30Lunch
1:30am - 5:00pm3 Classes
Monday Feb 198:30 - 12:00pm3 classes

Seminar Registration :

Register for the Seminar


Friday night (1 class) and Saturday morning (3 classes) $25 youth/$35 adult
Saturday afternoon (3 classes) $25 youth/$35 adult
Sunday morning (3 classes) $25 youth/$35 adult
Monday morning (3 classes) $25 youth/$35 adult
Saturday afternoon through Monday morning (12 classes) $100 youth/$140 adult *Early-bird package discount* $90 youth/$125 adult

Seminar Additional Info:

Accommodation Options

Accommodation and food options are limited in Port Hardy during the off-season, so the following have been arranged as options:

Dorm rooms at the North Coast Trail Backpackers Hostel $40/night. There is also a possibility of upgrading to more private bedrooms for a greater fee; the choice is on the registration form and you will be contacted if there is space available.

Seminar Contact(s):

For more information please contact Raincoast Aikikai
Email: Contact Email


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