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  • Chief Instructor
    classes I was talked into joining myself Well you guessed it my kids eventually stopped going after about one year but I am still there nearly twenty years later years later I started with Shotokan Karate and obtained my first black belt through them and Kanazawa Sensei Murakami Sensei and Shotokan Karate International Australia After that I looked around to expand my knowledge about the martial arts in general It was during this period that I discovered ju jitsu Whilst studying karate I also discovered my love for kobudo weapons and began a study of the Bo and Sai initially This has expanded to include bokken and sword along with the nun chaku tonfa kama eku nunti and others Dr Nigel Farrier is now a well recognised expert within the martial arts community here in Australia 2013 saw him inducted into the Australasian Martial Arts Hall Of Fame in Hobart He also travels regularly to teach at various events around Australia and even in the UK and USA He travels not only to teach at seminars but also to attend them to improve his own knowledge Dr Nigel Farrier is now ranked Godan 5th degree black belt in Koshin Bushido

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  • Mark Stafford
    2nd degree black belt When Chris retired he went to Ju Jitsu and found Ian Arbon s Jikishin Ju Jitsu now Wakishin Ju Jitsu For the next 9 years Mark continued his study attaining Nidan 2nd degree black belt in Ju Jitsu Mark then moved to Australia and after one year moved to Mandurah in WA where he joined the Martial Arts Education Centre Mark was promoted to Sandan 3rd

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  • Karen Williams
    green belt However she kept training and was awarded her Shodan in 2005 and Nidan in 2007 Karen took some time away from the dojo but returned and studied Kobudo What a challenge that was she said Whilst studying Kobudo she returned to Karate in 2013 and now helps teach the childrens Karate classes as well as assisting in the adult Karate classes Gallery Abernethey Seminar 2010 Sanguinetti Seminar 2011

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  • Timetable
    Tuesday Thursday Junior Jujitsu white yellow and orange belts 4 00pm to 5 00pm Junior Ju Jitsu green belts and above 5 00pm to 6 00pm Adult Ju Jitsu teenagers and above 7 00pm to 8 15pm Also Wednesdays KOBUDO Tuesday Thursday All age groups 10 and above 6 00pm to 7 00pm It is expected that students will try and maintain close to two classes per week on average

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  • Fees
    but we do have bills and rent to pay so as long as we can cover these we are happy If you feel you can not afford our fees then you are welcome to come and try out and then discuss what you can afford We do have some scholarship type placements so please give us a try and find out what we have to offer Initial Payment All our students start with an initial payment For this they get the dogi or training uniform along with the next two weeks training The fees for this are 149 for all juniors and 199 for all seniors Ongoing payments If there is only one of you then the fees are 59 per fortnight For a family the fees are only 99 per fortnight These payments are on a direct debit system as this makes it much easier for us to track payments and gives us more time to teach These fees can be adjusted for workers who work shifts and can not get to all classes Extras There are very few extras Gradings will happen a few times per year and cost 40 up to but not including black belt Seminars

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  • Contact Us
    search Recommended by a friend Advertisement Other Which style are you particularly interested in Jujitsu Karate Kobudo Describe your request I agree with your terms and conditions By submitting this form you accept our privacy policy We will NOT disclose any information you provide to a third party Security code Submit Reset Gallery Abernethey Seminar 2010 Sanguinetti Seminar 2011 People I have met San Diego Seminar 2010 Okinawa 2007 Okinawa

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  • FAQ
    fees in the fees page under About Us How old do you take students The youngest we currently take is 7 years of age although we prefer them to be 8 and above All students will be assessed before you have to part with any money for training There really is no upper limit on the age and we have students in their 70 s What is the best martial art to study All martial arts have something to offer there is no best martial art More important than the art being taught is the instructor An instructor that is a skilled martial artist enthusiastic and caring can maintain the motivation and focus for you and your child At the Martial Arts Education Centre we offer a range of martial arts and all of our instructors are both skilled and caring My child has ADD ADHD will studying the martial arts help Child psychologists counselors educators and doctors all recognise that studying the martial arts can help a child with attention deficit problems improve their focus which in turn can help improve their academic standing When can I start There is no time like right now All classes are year round so there are no terms to start and end How often should one train One of our goals is to help you reach the coveted level of black belt and beyond In order to achieve this at a reasonable pace and so as not to miss out on too much the best is to attend 2 classes per week What are the benefits The following list should help you appreciate that the martial arts is not just about punching and kicking but has more to offer the individual Confidence Learning self defence whilst achieving goals various belt levels helps

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  • Testimonials
    Centre He is more relaxed and self confident than I ever thought possible C s mum It is by far the best martial arts instruction I have ever recieved DW Training at the Martial Arts Education Centre has made such a difference to my sons outlook Now he is happy and looks forwards to classes B s mum Gallery Abernethey Seminar 2010 Sanguinetti Seminar 2011 People I have met San

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