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Find out about the Seido Difference
Our Dojo is located at 25 Taylors Road, Morningside, Auckland
Find the classes you can do here
Find out about the Seido difference
This is a class specifically for children too young to train in normal kids classes. It is recommended for children 5-7 years of ages. In this class we practice the basics and do some simple kata as well as playing a load of games. Here karate is taught in a unique manner that makes in […]MORE INFO
These classes are aimed at children aged 7-16, they are instructed in a fun and engaging manner which means learning karate is so much fun. We have a range of dedicated instructors who are experienced at teaching children. Each class will have one main instructor as well as several assistants so that your child gets the attention […]MORE INFO
These classes are specific to your grade and will focus entirely on your syllabus and preparing you for grading. In this classes you will train with other people of your grade and skill level to perfect your techniques and learn your syllabus. Each grade has their own specific instructor who is incredibly experienced at the […]MORE INFO
So the curry has been eaten and the results are in… Seido Auckland’s Curry-Ate night was a roaring success with six entrants… 2 in the herbivore category and 4 in the carnivore category. There was much sweating over the stove, here is a photo of Em grinding the paste in the traditional manner (with swimming goggles) […]MORE INFO
It has been almost 20 years since I first tied on my obi. Way back in 1997, I walked through the doors of the Auckland dojo for the first time and looked around in wonder at all the white clad people yelling at each other. I still remember the utterly alien feeling of being surrounded […]MORE INFO
On Saturday 12 March we held the inaugural Seido Auckland Cheesecake Competition. Despite being a thinly disguised attempt by Kyoshi Louise to eat as many cheesecakes as possible, the standard of creativity was nothing short of spectacular. First prize went to Alex and Catrin Ogilvie, assisted by Brett and Caroline, with a vanilla bean Honbu […]MORE INFO
My two daughters, Asmara (age 9) and Adriana (age 7) and I just returned from karate camp in Teapot Valley sponsored by the Nelson dojo. As beginners, this was our first karate camp and we were not sure what to expect. We thoroughly enjoyed it. Having trained briefly in Nelson last year it was a […]MORE INFO
Osu a bit of a fun post because we forgot to give a shout out to Bob and Sensei Julie for hosting an AMAZING breakfast after the beach training last week. And a big OSU also to Kyoshi Louise who brought along an ostrich egg which fed us all. Here are some pics of the […]MORE INFO
Kyoshi Mark started with Seido Karate in Wellington in 1987, obtaining in Shodan (1st dan black belt) in 1993. He continued to train there until 2006, obtaining the rank of Sensei (4th dan), at which point he then moved to Auckland to live and joined Morningside dojo. In 2013 was promoted to Kyoshi (5th dan),MORE INFO
Kyoshi Louise started with Seido Karate at the Kingsland dojo in 1990 and attained her shodan (1st dan black belt) in 1995 under Sensei Roger James. She then moved to England and trained at the Turnham Green dojo until 1997 with Kyoshi John Esposito. In 1998 she moved to Melbourne and trained at the Vic […]MORE INFO
Kyoshi Patrick commenced his Seido Karate training at the Christchurch Shibu dojo in 1987 and trained there until his move to Auckland in 1990 where he joined the Kingsland dojo and trained until the dojo moved to Mt Eden and then to its current location in Morningside. Kyoshi Pat was promoted to Shodan (1st dan […]MORE INFO