Yoshinkai ACT

Training Schedule

Changes to Dojo routines due to Covid19

The ACT Government has relaxed restrictions due to the covid virus and enabled martial arts training to resume. 

The covid virus has changed our community generally and our training environment. There is still much that we do not know or understand about the virus, so AYACT will be conservative and prudent when managing the health and safety risks in our training activities.

To train in our Dojo, you will be required to be vaccinated against covid. If it is the first time that you are on the mat with us, please bring evidence of your current vaccination(s). However we do understand that some people may be exempted from vaccination, in which case, please discuss with me.

The wearing of face masks is optional.

Hand sanitisers are available in the Dojo (and the senior centre).

Wishing you all the best and stay healthy.

Please call Tom (0477 689 448) if you wish to discuss further.



We have a booking system:

  • Please sms (0477 689 448) or email ( me if you intend to attend a particular training session, by 8pm the night before.
  • For example, if you wish to train on Sunday, please sms or email me by 8pm on Saturday night before that Sunday.
  • If you cannot attend at the last minute, please advise me asap.

Please arrive early to:

  • assist with setting up the mats including sanitising activities against Covid19, and
  • warm up before training.


  • Dojo opens: 6.30pm – 8.30pm
  • On the first Monday of each month, please wear casual clothing in which to train.


  • Dojo opens: 6pm – 9pm
  • If you cannot attend at 6pm, you have the option of attending later at 7.15pm


  • Dojo opens: 9.30am-11.30am
  • On the first Sunday of each month, please wear casual clothing in which to train.


Private classes, corporate training, group seminars by arrangement.



  • See News for last minute updates regarding training times
  • Training is not usually held over public holidays
  • Wear suitable footwear to move between the mats and the rest of the training venue (e.g. toilets)
  • BYO cup or similar – there is a kitchen so people can access tap water
  • Take your rubbish out with you
  • The training venue is a no-alcohol zone


Application for AYACT membership: Application Form

Information about: Getting Started