Taka Budo Dokokai Martial Arts Inc. is a not for profit corporation aiming to keep the training fees low. These fees start with a base fee, and progresses based on the number of schools of martial arts members would like to learn.
Besides the training fee, members are required to pay their membership fees to the headmasters in Japan (honbu fee). Our school collects these fees and sends lump sum amounts once per month. The membership fee is different per school, and some schools of martial art do not charge a fee.
All training fees are due at the beginning of each month during the first class. Members can pay cash, by credit card, Debit, or by Interac Email Transfer.
Exam fees are in addition to any training fees and differ from school to school and range from CAD 25 to CAD 40 per level. In general, shodan examinations are more costly than kyu examinations.
Train in all of our schools.
Or CAD 245 for the whole season when paid upfront.
4 hours of private training in La Ronge with the head instructor Dr. Chris de Feijter
Train online with our head instructor, ask your questions, and receive feedback.
Membership fee for Japan, Payable per six months.
Blackbelt membership fee for Japan for one year.
Although Taka Budo Dokokai Martial Arts is a not for profit school, we do have to ensure our cost are covered. Where other schools of martial art in Saskatchewan charge amounts close to CAD 100 or ever, we do try to keep the training fees as low as possible.
In addition to training fees, we accept donations. These donations are used to purchase equipment, uniforms, as well as prizes and other small materials for members who cannot afford to purchase such items. Examples include some of the children in our Ninja Kids Martial Arts® program: some of these children receive a grant for their training fee, however, these grants often do not cover other items such as uniforms.