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Old 02-21-2012, 03:43 PM   #1
Aikitomiki
Dojo: Toronto
Location: Toronto
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Dojo space needed! (Central Toronto)

Hi,

We are looking for dojo or mat space within Central Toronto area to (re) start a club. We would require something fairly cheap in cost to start as we will be starting from scratch and are not looking to make a business out of it, just teaching and training. Have been looking at options such as recreation /community centres and churches, these seem like good options as long as there is mat storage space! Also, on that note, does anyone know of 2nd hand or reasonably priced mats in Ontario, or even possibly just one 'crash' mat to start us off?

Any help is much appreciated!

Alan
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Old 03-06-2012, 02:24 PM   #2
Aikitomiki
Dojo: Toronto
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Re: Dojo space needed! (Central Toronto)

So just an update... we are still looking for dojo space, it seems to be very expensive here to rent any kind of space so would also be interested in dojo sharing or somewhere we can train initially (3 of us!) so we can develop our styles together and perhaps be able to do some throws (not possible at the moment on a basket ball court)...

Any help out there?

Thanks!
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