Dear members, As announced by Louis at the training, we will train at a different location as of Monday 31st Oct.After searching for a long time for a new gym, we found one with a nice bouncing floor, ideal for kendo. The hall is larger and cheaper and therefore we will be training there on […]
There will be no regular training on Wednesday, 10th of August for Museido members and guests. The visiting Japanese senseis are kept in a tiny covid-bubble so they can safely teach at the upcoming summer seminar.
On Monday 6th June the Frans Otten stadion is closed due to public holiday.Hence no training at the dojo.
The next Museido beginners course will kick off with a free try-out session on Wednesday January 6th 2022, and will then start on January 13th. Here you can find all the info.
From 28 november until 19 december 2021 all sports venues close for recreational sports between 17.00-5.00. Therefore there will be no kendo training on our regular times. We have been able to secure new training slots: Wednesday afternoon 15.30 – 17.00h. Monday morning 8.00 – 9.30h. The following measures are still in place: Don’t attend […]
From 6 november 2021 onwards there are new measures for organised sports activities for ages 18 and up. This means you are obliged to show a valid QR code and personal ID on entering the Frans Otten Stadium. Due to this new measure, it will no longer be possible to enter the training hall though […]
We are practicing almost completely like we used to again at Museido. Wearing a mouth and nose mask and a face shield in the men is allowed but not required. Visitors are also welcome again. Please do take into consideration the following measures: Don’t attend practice if you have any symptoms that could be […]
Due to new COVID-19 measurements taken by the government, it is currently not possible to do regular kendo practice. Therefore, we are currently doing HIIT practice (high intensity interval practice) instead. We do this wearing fitness clothing and on bare feet at 1.5 meter distance from each other. Participants bring their own yoga mat. Kendo […]
On 2 September 2020 the Museido safety protocol to limit the spread of COVID-19 during kendo training sessions, has been amended. An important change is that kendoka from other dojo are allowed to practice at Museido again. They do have to adhere to the Museido safety protocol. For example, kendoka must wear a mask and […]
Since contact sports are allowed again in The Netherlands according to the Dutch government, kendo practice at Museido will also restart. To ensure that our practices are as safe as possible, we have instated a safety protocol. One of the rules of this protocol is that unfortunately, for the time being only members of Museido are […]