Established by Paul Li in 1980, Seikido is a way of developing individuals through martial arts. It combines the most practical hard and soft martial arts systems with a unique philosophy, which together create an education system aimed at cultivating one’s potential. The Seikido style is traditional in its philosophy, structure and etiquette, yet contemporary in its mentality and application of martial arts techniques.
- Eastern and Western Striking and Blocking techniques
- Falling, Rolling and Tumbling techniques
- Self-Defense tactics against Unarmed and Armed attacks
- Joint Articulation, Restraining, Throwing and Ground Fighting
- Traditional and Contemporary Weapons Training
Seikido is not a martial “sport” – training and techniques prepare students for real-life situations.
Why Study Seikido?
Through practicing the physical aspects of Seikido, one gains skill and confidence. Through studying the philosophy, one learns how to improve character. The focus of Seikido is placed on personal growth and to apply what is learned to help and protect oneself and loved ones.
The practice of Seikido demands its students to understand the importance and joy of cooperating and working with, and helping others. Students are taught through training that cooperating with others is instrumental to success in all aspects of their lives.
The words “Seiki” and “Do” put together can be translated to mean “way of the true and correct spirit.” As any person is capable of growing in any direction, Seikido aims to nurture its students through training to live with a sense of righteousness, justice, sincerity, and courage. These are integral principles necessary in creating strong leaders with great character and way of thinking.
With nearly 40 years of history, the Seikido Martial Arts Federation is proud to exemplify excellence in a true martial arts education. http://www.seikidofederation.com/
Children’s Miracle Network
Homelife agents believe in investing in the future of Canadian children. Homelife associates who display the Miracle Home sign rider on the property listed are committed to helping local hospitalized children. The Homelife associate has voluntarily pledged a portion of their income from the sale of that home to the Children’s Miracle Network and its 14 member hospitals closest to their community.
Homelife associates are very active in their communities and volunteer and hold fundraising events for the Children’s Miracle Network and countless other causes all year long. In fact, every August Homelife celebrates a Month of Miracles, whereby we especially thank our clients for helping us raise over $44 million in Canada to help over 2.6 million sick and injured children every year treated at a Children’s Miracle Network member hospital. All fund raised by participating Homelife associates are sent directly the children’s hospital.
Since 1992, Homelife associates in North America have collectively raised over $115 million for the Children’s Miracle Network member hospitals.
Organ Donor Awareness
Homelife of Western Canada is making progress in its pursuit to raise awareness for the need of organ donors in our region. Homelife is proud to spread the word through paid advertising and social media supporting the Canadian Society of Transplantation’s National Organ Donor Awareness Week. Watch for awareness commercials every April and October.
Insert Organdonorribbon.jpg here resized small On behalf of all the provincial organ donation registries, Homelife of Western Canada proudly sponsors www.liveon.ca a website designated to link those wanting to register as an organ donor with the donation agency in their specific province or territory. For more information on how to become a registered donor and for the provincial organizations that are mandated to tissue donating programs in our area please visit: liveon.ca
Click Here for Western Canada Organ Donor Contacts.
Sold on a Cure
Homelife real estate professionals take an active role in helping to create a future without breast cancer and you can too through the Homelife Sold on a Cure Program. Participating Homelife agents have voluntarily pledged to make a donation to Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation from each home sold.
Sold on a Cure is an exclusive charitable fundraising program offered by Homelife agents benefiting the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.
Homelife is helping to eradicate this terrible disease by raising vital funds and awareness to help women and families in local communities who are living with breast cancer.
Why make your home a Homelife Sold on a Cure Home?
When you list your home with a Homelife Sold on a Cure agent, you will get the highest quality service available from the most experienced agents in the world and YOU are making a choice to help create a future without breast cancer.
For more information about Sold on a cure please contact me or visit http://cbcf.org/soldonacure/