Kelly Angelucci
Sandan / Shidoin


Karen Angelucci
Sandan / Shidoin


Mark Brettell
Sandan / Jun Shidoin


Randy Nelson
Sandan / Jun Shidoin




Men, women and children from all walks of life, regardless of age or fitness level can benefit from training in karate. you will increase your fitness level, self-esteem, confidence and knowledge of self-defense whether you are training to compete or just for fun. There are no prerequisites just a willingness to try your best. You can come to all classes or just a few.

We are a Karate B.C. sanctioned club and we belong to the World Chito Ryu Karate Association. These are the governing bodies that oversee our testing, competing and insurance. Many families join to stay fit together as a family while learning a traditional martial art.

Chito Ryu is one of the oldest styles of karate in Canada and emphasizes character development through respect, discipline, hard work and perseverence. Our family oriented focus comes from an understanding that families that train together in traditional martial arts can be more successful in and outside the dojo because they support one another and develop and apply positive character traits together.

The term 'Kaizen' included in the club name, means 'continuous improvement' or 'change for better'. Change for everyone, occurs at a different pace. We will support your continuous improvement goals and find the pace that is best for you.

Canadian Chito Kai Association
Karate BC

This week at the Kaizen Family Karate Club we have a special guest coming. Renshi Harvey Hiob from Edmonton is coming to teach us. It is an honour to have him here.

We are holding a clinic on Friday, September 22 in the McCammon school gym with Renshi Hiob. All are welcome to come. All members can attend 6:00-7:15 and then we will have advance belts (blue and up) and all adults 7:30-8:30.

This week, Wednesday, September 20, we will not be having our regular class, due to McCammon meet the teacher night.