Shotokan karate training, using aerobic, pilates, kinesiology, psychology and self-defence principles. Still a very traditional martial art with modern explanations and applications. Etiquette and respect are key club behaviours.
Separate classes for children.
Scheduled group training but special group or individual training classes can be arranged.
Traditional self-defence and modern situation defence taught as part of classes.
Traditional weapons classes available - bo (staff), sai
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(metal trident) and tonfa (wooden baton) .
Head instructor 6th level black belts certified instructor through, ISKF (JKA) and IKD and has been teaching karate for over 20 years and past coaching certificates for wrestling and soccer.
Assistant instructors are 1st to 5th level black belts and have done Respect in Sport course.
Karate training is great for flexibility, focus, endurance, agility and of course confidence and self-defence. The psychological elements is key goal while the physical ...