Callum Moffat receiving his Shodan

​Certificate from Head of the BSKI

​Sensei Charles Gidley

Weekly News

Our classes will be running at Studio 59

           1862 mill, Simmonds lane Halifax. while              our new dojo is been sorted, it is the                    mill next door to our old home

                    This Weeks Reminder's


Tuesday 18th September 

18:00 - 19:00

Open Class (all grades)

Wednesday19th September


Beginners and lower grade Syllabus

18:30 -19:30

Kata Class

Thursday 20th September


Lower Grade Syllabus


Higher Grade Syllabus 

Friday 21st September

17:30-18:15 Beginners & Lower Grade Syllabus

18:15 -19.15

Shodan Preporation

​​Sunday 23rd September


Ninja Warriors 


Open Class

Free Trial

Throughout the months of September and October all new starters will receive a two week free trial at all the classes, that's a possible 10 classes free of charge, then after the trial you decide to join a fantastic family club or walk away at least you will have given it ago.

Remember you don't have to be great to start, but you have to start to become great


Shugyou Shotokan Karate Halifax congratulates Connor Moffat our latest Shodan Black Belt

14th May 2017.

Graded to Shodan (Black Belt) Simon Butterworth, Anne Moffat infront of the Senior Instructors of the British Shotokan Kyogi Sunday 12th March 2017

Shugyou Shotokan Karate Do

Halifax only club to be affiliated to the British Shotokan Kyogi, JSKA Great Britain and Amateur Martial Association

Sam Parker  receiving his Shodan grade from Sensei Charles Gidley



​To Shugyou Shotokan Karate Club

​Based just on the outskirts of the centre of Halifax in our own fully kitted, matted out full time dojo.

​Shugyou is the only club in Halifax to be affiliated to the British Shotokan Kyogi, the JSKA-Great Britain and the Amateur Martial Association with Lineage back to Japan

Callum Moffat receiving his Shodan Grade from head of the British Shotokan Kyogi Sensei Charles Gidley 8th Dan.


Dojo Move

Update--17th September

Listed Building Grant

Planning Permission Granted

this weeks work is toprovide information to b building regulations and to gain license once this is hopefully accepted we can plan a date for builders to start hopefully 2 weeks today

After 5 years in our own dojo, through no fault of our own we are having to relocate our home.

Our last class at our current location will be Thursday 30th August and until our new dojo is ready at Deanclough we will be carrying out our training at studio59 dance studios in the next mill where we are now, we have submitted change of use to the planning department and hopefully this will be granted by the 16th September so we can then get the electricians and builders in to carry out extensive work that is required to make this our permanent home. We are hoping the work will be completed and we can move into our new home by the end of October, in the meantime we start our first class at studio59 on Tuesday 4th September 6pm till 7pm, keep an eye out for class times to be confirmed next week