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  • Alberta Shotokan

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Stanislav (Stanley) is a second degree black belt (Nidan) and is originally from Pernik, Bulgaria. He started Shotokan  karate in Bulgaria in  1988 and practiced with the “ Krakra - Fudo " and " Ippon - Sofia " karate clubs while there. After coming to Canada, Stanley continued his karate training and continued to  participate in many international karate seminars with very senior level Shotokan karate instructors. Stanly has a passion for training and coaching at all levels of karateka and since he has been in Canada he has coached and instructed with Shotokan Karate Canada and  Al - Taqwa Calgary Youth Association. This eventually lead to Stanly opening his own Dojo in 2015 where Stanley teaches  predominantly Shotokan Karate, however Stanley believes self-defense techniques compliment karate and includes these “ real life’” skills as part of the training regime.   Stanley  has a Master’s Degree in Industrial Management and spends his days in the Manufacturing Industry.

Doyle is a first degree black belt and has been practicing and teaching karate for over 15 years. He is also quite active in downhill skiing, mountain biking, hiking, running, kayaking and back country camping…he loves the outdoors. During the day he is a professional engineer and had been in the power industry for over 25 years.

Dayna began training in shotokan karate at the age of 9 and obtained her shodan in 2005. Dayna has competed in both kata and kumite at the provincial and national level. She was part of the Alberta provincial team for 8 years and during that time received two bronze metals for both individual and team kumite.
Dayna completed her veterinary degree at the University of Calgary in 2013 and then a residency in Anatomic Pathology, including board certification under the American College of Veterinary Pathologists, at the university of California, Davis in 2016. Currently she is working as a diagnostic veterinary pathologist for the California Animal Health and Food Safety lab.

Club information:

Class times: Monday 6:30 - 8:00, Thursday 6:30 - 8:00

Training fees:
Adults: 3 months $330
Children: (under 18 years) $300
Annual registration fee $85

Contact us:

403 383 5972

Montgomery Community Association
5003 16 Avenue NW
Calgary, AB T3B 0N2