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Are you a volleyball player ages 16
and older looking for a new activity that
allows you to get together to play vol-
leyball and socialize? Your Club is proud
to present a new social Evening Pick-up
Volleyball program. With this program,
there will be no standing teams, so you
do not have to get to the volleyball courts
on time.
Participants will be formed into teams
of 6 to 8. Initially teams should be formed
in such a way that they evenly split up
the available volleyball expertise. As
players arrive, each new player is placed
on whichever team has the least players.
If the teams have an equal number, the
Shotokan Karate Comes to the Club! newly arriving player should be placed
A
re you looking for a new workout or something new to supplement your current the team that is losing.
one? Have you ever wanted to learn how to protect yourself in times of crisis? Your To create a social atmosphere, all games
Club is proud to present a new martial arts based group exercise class to enjoy. This new will be self-refereed and ball handling
six week offering will be taught in the Shotokan style of karate. errors such as carries; double hits etc.
Shotokan karate is one of the most popular martial arts practiced today. It is best will be self called. Everything should be
characterized by its long and deep stances and its use of more linear movements. allowed with exception of catching and
This new class offering will incorporate the key fundamentals of Shotokan such as throwing the ball. Whatever is socially
kihon (basics), kata (forms or patterns of forms) and kumite (sparring) in a beginner acceptable to the teams on the court are
format that will encourage participation from all ability levels. As the classes progress the defacto rules for the game.
the activities will adapt to the level of the students involved. These key basics will also Courtesy, respect, fair-play, under-
allow for each student to work on overall muscle training both anaerobic and aerobic, standing, injury avoidance are just a few
overall flexibility and resistance training in a safe and controlled environment. other rules and concepts that should
Teaching the class will be Matthew Thomas, owner and lead instructor of Shotokan guide your participation in this social
Karate of Spokane. Thomas, who holds a 5th degree black belt has over 20 years of setting/event.
teaching experience throughout the west coast and has competed in numerous com- Please contact Jerod Crowley at 459-
petitions including winning the 2007 International Shotokan Karate Federation Kata 4571 x502 or jcrowley@spokaneclub.org
(forms) and Kumite (sparring) championship in Los Angeles, California. Mr. Thomas with any questions you may have about
will also be helped throughout by several of his dojo’s instructors. Please feel free to this new program.
visit the website of Shotokan Karate of Spokane at http://sites.google.com/site/mtho- Tuesdays, January 19 – February 16
mas8199/home to learn more. 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm; Downtown
If you are interested in this new six-week class and would like to sign up, please con- Thursdays, January 21 – February 18
tact Jerod Crowley at 459-4571 x502 or jcrowley@spokaneclub.org. 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm; Valley
Members will be treated to a complimentary introductory period for the first two Members: Free/Non-members: $5 per
weeks of classes. Remaining classes will cost $10 per session. Reservations are required session
and space is limited so please register early. Note: Non-members are limited to
Mondays & Wednesdays, January 18 – February 24; 6:30 pm-7:30 pm 4 visits per year as stated in the Club’s
Downtown; 4th Floor Activities Room bylaws/policies.
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