Seikido is a complete martial arts system that blends the best of hard and soft styles.
It is a practical form of self-defence that emphasizes effective and efficient techniques and principles, such as:
Seikido is not a sport. Training prepares students for real-life situations.
Sei-Ki-Do 正 氣 道 translates to “The Righteous Way.”
As any person is capable of growing in any direction, Seikido aims to nurture its students to live with dignity, justice, sincerity, and courage.
These righteous and integral principles are necessary in creating strong leaders with great character.
Studying Seikido is a journey along a personal path. Through practicing the physical aspects, one develops skill and confidence. Through studying the philosophy, one improves character and well-being.
Why Study Seikido?
The Seikido Martial Arts Federation of Canada was established in 1980 to spread the philosophy, techniques, and training of Seikido.
Seikido philosophy is aimed to promote personal growth.
Seikido techniques are aimed to protect oneself and loved ones.
Seikido training is aimed to develop self-confidence, character, and true inner and outer strength.
Our tested and proven method of teaching stresses discipline, care, and respect.
The practice of Seikido demands its students to understand the importance and joy of working with others. Students are taught that cooperating with others is instrumental to success in all aspects of their lives.
As one of the Lower Mainlands longest and most established Martial Arts schools, we are proud to exemplify excellence in a true Martial Arts education.