Brentwood Bay Dojo
Attention Brentwood Bay & Deep Cove Residents!
The Brentwood Bay & Deep Cove Dojos are having Open Houses this month. See the poster for more details Open Houses Jan 2018 Brentwood Bay Deep Cove
To contact the instructors for this location, please use the form on the right or call 778-678-5425.
Brentwood Bay Community Hall, 7082 Wallace Drive, Central Saanich, BC, V8M 1E9
New students get the first class FREE!
Peewee: Monday/Wednesday 5:30-6 PM
Youth: Monday/Wednesday 6-7 PM
Adult: Monday/Wednesday 7-8 PM
All fees are based on a monthly rate. Post-dated cheques (6 months in advance) are mandatory. A $15 late fee will apply.
Peewee: 2 days/week – $65, 1 day/week – $45
Youth: 2 days/week – $80, 1 day/week – $65
Adult: 2 days/week – $90, 1 day/week – $75
Family rate: $55 for each additional family member
Drop in fee: $15, maximum 2 drop in classes/month
Karate BC Fee- depends on belt colour –approx $35.00 youth, $55 adult.
Payable after 3 classes for insurance purposes.
KSI Fee -$20.00 payable in January
Gift Certificates for Private Classes
Single class for $50
Five classes for $200
Ten classes for $360
They include one-on-one training and a feedback session.
Instructor: Sensei David Bentley
Sensei Bentley is the Chief Canadian Instructor for Shukokai in Western Canada. He currently holds Rokudan (6th Dan Black Belt)and has been training with the Shukokai style for 35 years and an instructor for 30 years. He’s competed at international level for both England and Canada.
Sensei Bentley is a certified National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) coach and instructor, a certified fit4defense instructor as well as First Aid certified and has had many successful clubs in England, Ontario and British Columbia.His most recent achievements include Sports Psychology Certification 2006, Karate BC Coach of the Year 2007, a silver medal for Canada in kumite (sparring) at the KSI World Championships in 2008, a bronze in kumite at the KSI World Championships in 2010, and a silver medal in kumite at the KSI World Championships in 2016.
Established in BC since March 2000