The PSKA is a member of the Canadian Shotokan Karate Association (CSKA).
The PSKA teaches Traditional Shotokan Karate as defined by the Best Karate Series and Dynamic Karate (Masatoshi Nakayama) and, as prescribed by the
CSKA syllabus.
The PSKA brings Shotokan Karate to the Parkland County area. 
Registration is Open throughout the year.
Minimum age is 7 Yrs. unless accompanied by an adult training.
Tuesday's and Thursday's - 7 to 9PM
Please see the Schedule and Contact pages for more information and location.
Robert Hargreaves, 6th. Dan CSKA, is the Head Instructor and founder of the Parkland Shotokan Karate Association.
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Feel free to use the Contact link for email and Facebook to keep in touch with us and book seminars or receive invites!

Register anytime for classes - message us for details or drop in at any class.  Try two weeks of classes for free - just bring workout clothes !

Schedule updates for January & February 2019:
First day of classes for 2019 is on 8th. January at our regular location.
Jan 8, 10 & 15: St Peter the Apostle Catholic High School
Jan 17: St Marguerite Catholic High School (395 Grove Drive, Spruce Grove)
Jan 22, 24, 29 & 31: Spruce Grove Arena - Agra Room
Feb 12: Border Paving Athletic Centre - Lodgepole Room
Feb 19: Spruce Grove Arena - Agra Room

Feb 21 - no classes but visit us at the Tri-Area Community Event at the Stony Plain Heritage Park Event Centre - watch for our registration special !

CSKA Annual Tournament: April 27th. 2019 in Calgary. Hosted by the CSKA Honbu Dojo.
Please visit the CSKA Web Site or contact us for a tournament package and details.

First and foremost, karate is not sport - ​ Karate  is Budo . It is to be taken and practiced seriously. Karate is not just in the Dojo - it is in life. While it can be practised by all - it is not for everyone. Dedication and a continuous challenge can be expected of the karate-ka. The Parkland Shotokan Karate Association was formed in December 2015 and is registered as a Society in the Province of Alberta. It operates as a non-profit organization governed by a volunteer  executive board. Shotokan karate is a traditional style of martial art, which originated in Okinawa and was introduced to Japan by Sensei Funakoshi Gichin . He is considered the father of modern karate due to his influence in introducing karate to mainland Japan and promoting it as Budo. After his passing in 1957, the Japanese Karate Association instructors spread Shotokan to many parts of the world under the guidance of Masatoshi Nakayama . Shotokan Karate is one of the most common martial arts practiced today. Shotokan Karate is characterized by long low stances and powerful actions. Shotokan Karate uses a variety of hand and foot techniques to defend and attack an opponent. Blocking and striking are the most common techniques of Shotokan Karate although several take downs, sweeps, holds and some joint locks are also used.