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Incorporated in 2014, we are a not-for-profit state administrative body affiliated to the Australian Kyudo Association, and aim to support the practice and development of Kyudo for the clubs within Victoria. VKA is administered by an elected council - to meet our current committee, head to:
Victoria currently have two active dojos for people who are interested in the martial art and would like to join in.
The clubs are run individually - introduction courses, training times and fees are set at the club's discretion.
MELBOURNE KYUDO KAI
The first Kyudo club in Melbourne, Victoria. MKK trains at the sports centre of Victoria University Footscray Park campus every Sunday morning from 9.30am to 12pm for beginners, and to 1pm for experienced members. The club is not affiliated to the university, and is open to all.
LA TROBE UNIVERSITY KYUDO CLUB
The first university Kyudo club at La Trobe University (Bundoora) at the Indoor Sports Centre Field House, open to faculty members and students at the university, as well as limited spots open to the public. Training on every Sunday afternoon, alternating from 4pm to 6pm or to 7pm.
HOW DO I BECOME A MEMBER?
Join any Kyudo club recognised by the VKA (listed under Locations), and they will facilitate the annual state and national fee payable to the VKA and Australian Kyudo Association (AKA). Being part of the network enables you to receive insurance cover and access to national seminars, examinations, and international events.
CAN I PARTNER WITH VKA FOR EVENTS?
We are an administrative body - however we are open to negotiation and are able to facilitate communication with our registered clubs. For demonstrations, please note that due to safety reasons, it is subject to the physical space at the event, individual club schedules and the availability of members that are able to undertake the demonstration.
IS THERE AN AGE RESTRICTION?
Each club have a different policy regarding underage practitioners. Please get in contact with the club of your choosing for more information.