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Arun Aikido Club

Bognor Regis
The Arun Aikido Club have been offering unique training in the art of Aikido since 1992. Their instructors are highly qualified, hold professional liability insurance, are CRB/DBS checked, and first aid certified. They offer junior & adult aikido classes, self defence seminars, and private lessons. Learn aiki principles, self defence, pressure points, and power development... all designed to fast-track your skills.
The Boado Academy of Martial Arts based in Clapham, South London offers a unique, multi-faceted approach to martial arts consisting of Jeet Kune Do, Filipino Weapon Fighting, Kali Silat, Muay Thai Kickboxing and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Sifu Chris Boado is the head instructor for all the Striking Arts at BAMA. He is a BSc Sports Science Graduate and Advanced Level 3 Personal trainer who trains a vast variety of professionals, athletes and personal training students. Professionally supervised and instructed by Sifu Chris Boado, you will vastly improve your fitness and learn how to defend yourself effectively.

An Ex National Kickboxing Champion, he now specialises in teaching the arts of JKD, FMA, KALI SILAT, BJJ and MUAY THAI. Qualified under the Late Sifu Dave Carnell and Guru Cass Magda he began training in 2000 and has been instructing since 2009.
Choi Kwang Do is the martial art for life! Based on scientific principles, this unique martial art promotes optimum health, self defence and personal development.

Choi Kwang Do is suitable for all ages and abilities and individuals can train together whilst progressing at their own rate. Without the need for competition or tournaments, students can train with each other rather than against each other.

The unique 10 component system of Choi Kwang Do is designed to develop everyone's quality of life both mentally and physically. Combined with proven practical, effective techniques, it is a powerful health and self defence system.
Choi Kwang Do is a powerful and dynamic martial arts system.

It is based on modern scientific principles, providing you with a practical and effective self defense system whilst also improving your fitness and mental well being. It is easy to learn and is designed for all levels of students.

The Birmingham South Choi Kwang Do martial arts school and its team of friendly and dedicated instructors would like to welcome you for a free trial class.
Blue Dragon

Southampton
Blue Dragon Combat was founded in 2003 by Rob Rooney who began his martial arts training in 1993 at age 13.

They teach a progressive and constantly adapting hybrid style of martial arts aimed primarily towards self-defence. Our syllabus is constantly evolving to make sure our students are fully prepared for any given situation.

Lessons are taught in a friendly and open atmosphere and we welcome all levels of ability and fitness. They understand that you're an individual - not just a student and so we will teach you a wealth of skills and techniques so that over time you will be able to develop and adapt your own unique approach.

They can help you to become
FITTER
STRONGER
& MORE CONFIDENT

Your first lesson is free, with no obligation to book more so why not attend the class and give it a try?
The Hopwood management team boast vastly experienced instructors which are all hand-picked in accordance with the high standards demanded by Andy Hopwood. This means that the team are the best in the business.

Every client receives the attention needed to attain their optimum level of fitness for both mind and body. Every session (whether private or a class) is specifically designed to give the individual the means to gain maximum overall fitness and skills.

The HOPWOOD team know that the old adage 'healthy body, healthy mind' really means something and they have supported a myriad of people from many different backgrounds in achieving better fitness levels and attaining a better sense of well-being.

It's a well known fact that if your body is fit you will perform better mentally, allowing you to enjoy life to the full.

The British Naginata Association is the only body recognised by the European Naginata Association to teach atarashii naginata in the UK. Established in 2005, naginata is a relatively new martial art in the UK, but it boasts an ancient history in Japan.

They now have three groups practicing regularly, in London, York and Chatham (see Clubs form more details on their website).

Capoeira Marazul

Southampton
The Capoeira MarAzul Group was founded on the 15th May 1983 by Valdenor Reis (Sarará) and Joãozinho da Figueira, both graduated by Mestre Carioca from the Capoeira Group and Academy Capitães de Areia in São Paulo, Brazil.

Taekwondo is an exciting and powerful martial art known for its dynamic kicking and hand techniques. "Tae" means to kick or smash with the feet, "Kwon" means fist or to punch and "Do" means art or way. Therefore Taekwondo is the art of hand and foot fighting.

At Chaudry`s Taekwondo thery will teach you basic, effective techniques to help keep you safe. Their job is to make you feel more confident, more aware, and to feel able to deal with a situation effectively should one arise. The basic techniques are the ones you can learn and master, and which will hopefully keep you safe. It's not about strength but about technique and being knowledgeable in a situation.

Combat Ju-jitsu is a martial art based on military teachings and developed by Ray Wonnacott for use in the civilian environment.

The streets of today are arguably relatively safe but can depend on where you live and who you associate with. Having knowledge of this martial art will help you avoid confrontational situations and if necessary apply a means of escape. Learning a martial art does not make anyone indestructible but more knowledgeable and confident when faced with confrontation.

Combat jujitsu exploits the bodies limitations, working against joints, using leverage, punches, kicks, nerve points, throws and weapons.

No matter what your size, age, shape or level of fitness, learning this versatile and effective system will help you evade danger in most situations, whilst having fun along the way which, makes the experience an enjoyable and memorable one.

Wayne Beadell and his wife's name is Sue, together we run Crawley Black Belt Academy.

Their mission is to make our students more successful in life throughout their practice of karate and kickboxing at their school.

They do this by teaching our karate and kickboxing as a complete discipline (mind body spirit) which in addition to developing physical defence, encourages the formation of high personal standards and respect for your fellow men and women.

Through their practice and teaching they strive to produce individuals who are positive, respected and contributing members of society.


With classes in Aspatria, Maryport & Silloth they focus on practical application of karate and other related martial arts.

They offer classes from age 4 through to juniors and adults, our classes are excellent for fitness and stamina and many people from other sports use both our classes and our private lessons to improve their levels of fitness.

They teach a modern practical Kickboxing style which has evolved from their Chief Instructors experience within Kickboxing, Boxing, Thai Boxing, Kung Fu, Combatives and Grappling, this ensures that their classes are always varied and interesting.

The Durham Shotokan Academy is a local friendly group situated in and around the Durham city area, who study the martial art of Shotokan Karate. Their students range from children to adult, from all ages and abilities.

There is no minimum experience required or whatever level of fitness you may be, everyone is more than welcome to train at any of their clubs in the Durham area.

Emil Herzberg Martial Arts Academy is a Freestyle Kickboxing & Karate Academy (EHMAA) based in Cannock, Staffordshire, which operate from Pye Green Community Centre, and was founded by Emil Herzberg in January 2013.

The club it's self has been well established here since September 2006.
Emil has 22 years experience in Martial arts and is ranked;
* 4th Degree Black Belt - Kickboxing
* 4th Dan Black Belt - Karate.

EHMAA have an amazing team of professional instructors and volunteers with many years training experience in Martial arts and have great knowledge to pass on to all of their students and are all here to help you achieve your own personal goals, whether that be to build your self confidence, enhance your fitness, meet new people, progress through the syllabus or even hit the tournament scene. The choice is yours! They pride our selves with having a very high standard throughout the academy and are proud of what the have all achieved so far.
The club has been running as Tamashii Sento Aiki Ju Jitsu since 2000 under the guidance of Norman White. On his retirement it was decided that the club should be independent of governing bodies so that we could continue to explore and develop the martial arts in an unrestricted fashion while acknowledging properly the history of the arts.

So in the summer of 2012 the club became independent and renamed Eight Waves School Of Martial Arts. The name reflects several concepts adhered to in our art and that we live by the sea, some of us even get in it it from time to time.
Taekwondo and realistic self defence is offered to both adult and children.
Their aim is to provide safe, effective and friendly coaching in Martial Arts to all sections of the community, and to promote the benefits of Martial Arts for general fitness, health and well-being.
At Elite Fighting Arts & Kyokushin Academy, with head coach Omid Khademzadeh, the primary fighting style is Kyokushinkai & Knockdown - Full contact no glove fighting.

To further enhance their standup fighting strength, they have incorporated a Muay Thai Kickboxing & fitness programme, sponsored by TUFF Camp, Thailand. They have also introduced the Karate/MMA style; Tsuyoi-Kakuto (meaning powerful combat) - Hybrid Karate, Budo MMA. This is a form of Koshiki fighting. In Okinawan karate this refers to old style, or hard style fighting. They use a mix of Japanese standup full contact knockdown fighting, kickboxing, Okinawan Tegumi, Jujutsu (Jiujitsu) & Persian Koshti wrestling & strength training methods.

Elite Ju Jitsu

Liverpool, Widnes & Warrington
Norman McCaffrey is a 4th degree black belt and an NVQ qualified Ju Jitsu coach with over 20 years experience. He is also the head instructor at Elite Ju Jitsu, which currently has 7 clubs running in Liverpool, Widnes and Warrington, including classes in leisure centres and both primary and secondary schools, with more coming in the near future. His passion for teaching Ju Jitsu has lead him to become a full time professional instructor, and he takes great pride in running friendly, relaxed, politics free Ju Jitsu classes for anyone wishing to train with them.

The Elite Taekwon-Do Academy is headed by Jason Rogers 4th Degree and offers Taekwon-Do for both adults and children in Kings Norton at the Hawkesley Community Centre, 51 Edgewood Road, Kings Norton, B38 9RN.

Choi Kwang Do is not designed for competition and does not have the intensity of sports training. The system is meant for the average individual who wants to learn real-life, practical self-defence skills and achieve a greater level of health and well-being, not people solely interested in winning trophies. Because it's a limited contact, nonfighting, non-competitive art that stresses mental, physical, emotional and social development, Choi Kwang Do promotes nonviolent resolutions to conflict, practical solutions to cardiovascular improvement, and enjoyable methods of exercise.

In addition, with competition removed, students can continually develop—not against each other, but with each other. With a progressive system from White belt to highest level of Black belt, Choi Kwang Do always offers you something new and challenging to learn, experience and enjoy.

Their training is based on individual needs, capabilities, skill levels and age. Their students range in years from 5 to 50+, and their Instructor Team has over 70 years experience in Martial Arts. Since their primary goals are to prevent or reduce illness and disease and to promote optimum health and longevity by minimizing degeneration of body and mind, they also welcome those with limitations. Everyone is welcome at Choi Kwang Do.

John Evans heads the Fudokan Dojo:

John Evans began practising yoga and tai chi in his teens. At Oxford University he trained in Shotokan karate and after graduation went to live at an Anglican monastery where for 5 years he continued studies in tai chi, Sanskrit and yoga. In 1981 he went to Japan and began studies in Mikkyo (esoteric Buddhism) and Kurikara Ryu Heiho near Mount Takao with Fushi Sensei (Murana Masayuki). – an independent gyoja or yamabushi. The yamabushi (mountain ascetics) instruct through a systematic and progressive training in the mountains called shugendo, "the path of training and testing". After 3 years of intensive practice Fushi Sensei introduced him to two of the most senior teachers of sword schools in Japan, Nakamura Taizaburo 10th Dan of Toyama Ryu and Nakamura Ryu Battodo and Danzaki Tomoaki 9th Dan, head of the Kenshukan Dojo where he studied Muso Shinden Ryu Iaido and Shindo Muso Ryu Jodo. He also trained at the Kashima Shinto Ryu school under Yoshikawa Koichiro.

In 1987 his training regime of swordsmanship and Shugendo was profiled in a 30 minute NTV programme in Japan entitled "Igirisujin no Mushashugyo" (An Englishman's Warrior Discipline). In 1992 he published Trog a book of poems about shugendo (ISBN-10: 0-935086-20-X)

Following his return to England in 1993 he founded the Fudokan dojo in London. He teaches Nakamura Ryu Battodo and Kurikara Ryu Heiho and received his 7th Dan in 2008 from the International Battodo Federation.

His book Kurikara – The Sword and the Serpent was published in 2010 by Blue Snake Books. He is a Senior Advisor to the SMAA (Shudokan Martial Arts Association).

GKR Karate

Nationwide
Go-Kan-Ryu Karate (GKR) is a traditional Japanese style of karate. GKR was founded by Robert Sullivan in Adelaide, South Australia. Robert first began training in the art of karate in 1964, and spent time training and teaching in both Japan and the USA before establishing GKR in 1984.

GKR Karate is taught in a non-contact environment and promotes both character and physical development. GKR is a club for all ages and promotes self-defence, fitness, coordination, discipline, confidence and stress relief.
People of all walks of life can train together and learn the art of karate in a safe, fun and encouraging environment and the GKR Karate operate all over the United Kingdom.
Hamilton Shotokan Karate

Fairhill (Hamilton)
They are (Satori) Shotokan Karate Club based in Hamilton, South Lanarkshire. The club was formed in 1986 and has produced many British and Scottish Champions in Kata and Kumite at Senior and Junior levels. The club is open to all ages from 5 & upwards, males and females, all are welcome. The club has created many Black Belts (Dan Grades) over the years and have been credited with the youngest 2nd Dan in Scotland (aged 10) and the youngest 1st Dan (Aged 8)
Ippon Ken Karate Club

Steeple Claydon, Buckingham
Ippon Ken Karate Club was established in 1997 by Sensei Kath Dearden. Ippon Ken practice traditional Shotokan Karate and teach the fundamentals of respect and discipline, whilst maintaining a close-knit, friendly and intergrated 'Karate family'.
Junsui Shotokan Karate Do was founded in January 2014, the club was renamed from the former name of Shotokan Karate and Freestyle Kickboxing Academy formed in 2007.

In 2016 due to the fantastic success of the club training now takes place in the Sports Hall at Belmont Community School allowing further growth in the future.

The club is run by Chief Instructor Steven Beresford 4th Dan and is assisted by Sensei Carl Shovlin 1st Dan, Sensei Lee Haywood 1st Dan, Sensei Kim Hedley 1st Dan, Sensei Nathan Haywood 1st Dan and Senpai Katie Strangward 1st Dan.
Jushinkai
Ipswich
The core martial art is Aiki Jutsu. This focuses on learning principles of movement so as to make the best use of body weight to take control of an opponent's balance and posture. This could involve throwing an opponent or employing various methods of joint locking. Kamishin Ryu Aiki Jujutsu. This is a very practical style, which compliments the Aiki Jutsu, incorporating the principles but also enabling students to learn a very comprehensive range of techniques. Goshin Jutsu. This basically means 'self-defence' and is a syllabus designed purely to allow our students to apply their knowledge in very practical situations including some groundwork. Iaijutsu. This literally means 'techniques of drawing the sword'. All aiki jutsu movements were originally based on the body movements of sword combat. As there is a traditional martial art they ensure that regular practise is done with sword – mainly the wooden training sword (bokken). Their main style is Toyama Ryu but they also incorporate other styles. They also practise with Jo (wooden staff) hanbo (short wooden staff) and tanto (wooden knife).
Kano Ju No Ri Judo Club, first opened its doors in April 1999 the Club has grown ever since, the youngest member of only four, and the oldest being in the mid sixties. All Instructors are fully insured, first aid trained and DBS cleared for your peace of mind.

The classes are taken by Sensei Phil Kempe (5th Dan Black Belt) who has many years of experience teaching Judo and believes that learning must be fun but most of all safe.
Keibudo Karate Schools
Torquay & Exeter
Join Keibudo Karate today - Be part of a professional organisation with friendly and well experienced staff.

All staff are qualified, registered and insured.

All Keibudo Karate instructors are DBS checked as well as trained in First Aid and Child Protection.

Call us today on 01803 606305 to book your place for a healthier, brighter and safer future.
Kenshukai Karate Do
London and Kent
Kenshukai Karate-do is a traditional Japanese Martial Art. The meaning of the club name is:
"Kenshu" = training, "Kai" = school or academy, "Karate-do" means the way of the empty hand.
Kenshukai Karate is based on two core styles: Shotokan and Goju-Ryu.
Kenshukai operate within Kent and London
The Kent Karate Schools operate in East Kent and offers karate to both adults and children, including those on the autism spectrum. Established in July 1983 by Joe Ellis 7th Dan, it offers educational karate to children including anti bullying. Adult are offered strong karate and effective, realistic self defence techniques and moves.
Kenzenkai
Banbury
The Kenzenkai was founded in 2015 by Mr Spencer-Hicks in Northamptonshire UK. It is a small traditional dojo.

The name Kenzenkai was given to the school by Atsushi Shimojo. The name has a number of meanings when you read the Japanese characters. A reading of the characters which has been chosen is 'Samurai Spirit'. A tenant that Shimojo stresses – correct attitude/spirit.

Mr Spencer-Hicks is a direct student 'Jikideshi' of Shimojo / Nippon Toyama Ryu Iaido.
The LSKA association was established in September 2010 by LSKA Chief Instructor, Sensei Richard Pavšič.

From beginners to experienced karateka, everyone will fit in well within the LSKA. It is a friendly and supportive environment, with the headquarters Honbu based in a Pathfinder High School. The facilities are excellent, with ample free parking, refreshments available and good quality flooring in the dojo.
Mark Clough's Tae Kwon Do Club based in Weston-super-Mare, is one of the most innovative and respected clubs in the UK today.

They welcome all ages and abilities to train in a safe and encouraging environment. Their complete martial arts training will give you confidence and provide you with the best training, using progressive training techniques as well as maintaining it's vital heritage and traditional Korean martial arts roots.

With so many years experience we understand that walking into a martial arts class for the first time can seem quite daunting. Their Tae Kwon Do Club wants to make this experience as enjoyable as possible. They know that everyone has their own level of fitness and ability and our instructors will work with you to encourage you to achieve your full potential.

The club is popular with people of all ages, from children up to seniors. Students train with us as individuals to improve their fitness and well-being, parents encourage children to attend to help develop strong self control and respect as well as valuable physical disciplines.
At Martial Fitness they believe in giving you the best fitness & martial arts training to achieve your personal goals, whilst also providing a great opportunity for social interaction in a fun and exciting environment - whether you're looking for fitness with focus or fitness for fun!

After 18 years of providing our community with effective training solutions, they are committed to continually evolving & aiming to inspire and motivate individuals to help them train & learn new skills whilst developing their fitness and self-confidence. They welcome students of all ages, lifestyles & experience to learn & train in a safe & friendly environment whether you're looking to work towards a black belt, 10 rounds, a special event or just a better, healthier & happier you! Whether you're looking to transform your body or mind, improve your fitness & confidence for a challenge that lies ahead, lose fat or simply want to gain a better quality of health by making positive changes to your lifestyle, they can provide the expertise to help you reach your goal.

Their fully equipped 'dojo' gym is conveniently located in Putney and their Instructors are always trained & nurtured internally to ensure you get the best motivation, results & experience we can offer whether you're participating in classes or personal training.

Martial Fitness are always happy help you find the right path - just call or email them!

Classes start from 3 years to 6 years in our Lil Dragons programme where our youngsters learn martial arts through fun based activities. This is a safe environment with a non contact approach to training, using targets to develop their range of skills. We can improve balance, co-ordination, concentration, confidence and physical performance. A confident and active child is far less likely to be a target for bullies.
Mohan Martial Arts
Durham and Surrounding Areas
On offer to both adults and children is as selection of martial arts: Mo Ju Jitsu, Karate, Kickboxing, Unharmed Combat and Self Defence in various venues in and around Durham.
Aikido can benefit everyone to improve health and fitness...

The formal and more spiritual aspect can appeal to certain students, whilst the sports side appeals to others. Its full and natural body movement has aerobic benefits for all.

When practised regularly it will develop a fitter, more supple and stronger body with improved flexibility, reflexes and reactions. You will harmonise with the natural forces of energy and improve your everyday lifestyle.

In a conflict situation, the body, joints, posture and the mind are all vulnerable areas.
Aikido is a self-defence based on exploiting the weaknesses of an opponent by turning the opponent's power against them using the exact degree of control required to neutralise their energy without inflicting undue harm or injury.

A training syllabus may be followed for those who wish to progress through the promotion grades.
Their Club is based at the New 'NE-Sport & Fitness centre. They provide a wide range of classes which cater for different age groups and levels starting at 3 years. Take a look at what they can offer you in their designated Classes Page via their website.
North Surrey CKD
North Surrey
Without doubt, the club thinks Choi Kwang Do is one of the most unique martial arts in the world.

Based on modern science, it is a devastating self defence system but also a way to find total health and fitness!

Whatever your needs and age - Choi Kwang Do will help you realise your martial art dreams.

You will find training with Surrey Choi Kwang Do to be safe, effective and fun.

They run classes in Woking, Farnborough and Chessington.

They look forward to showing you our unique martial art and welcoming you into their club!
Aiki-Ju Jutsu,m Ken Jutsu, Jo Jutsu and Atemi Jutsu are offered to both adults and children in Grimsby.
Shikkari Karate Kai
Stanley, Consett and Chester le Street (County Durham)
Shikkari Karate Kai (S.K.K) was established in 1993 by Sensei Brett Wilkinson. The martial art practised within the classes are firmly set around the style of Shotokan, known for its explosive punching and kicking. In addition to this, traditional values such as focus, discipline, control and respect are firmly set within the clubs. These values form an important part of everyday life for its students. S.K.K instructors are, Chief instructor Brett Wilkinson, Black belt 6th Dan. Instructor Tony Smith, Black belt 2nd Dan and Instructor Carl Wilkie, Black belt 2nd Dan. All instructors are licensed and DBS checked.

The established clubs have proven to be successful in many areas, not only in achieving high standards in their respective grades, but have also shown to be very successful at all levels of competition with on many occasions walking away with an impressive amount of trophies.
Sooyang Do
Scotland (North East)
Since the founding of Sooyang Do on 19th May 2003, it has become firmly established as the most popular martial art in the North East of Scotland, with around 1000 active participants and 30 separate locations at the time of writing.

The individual and collective dedication of our instructors, which has brought us to this position, has also led to us being the first martial arts organisation to be awarded CLUBCAP and subsequently advanced CLUBCAP accreditation from both Aberdeenshire Council, and Aberdeen City Council, a level of recognition which reinforces our standing as a responsibly and scrupulously run organisation.

All of their instructors hold up to date First Aid certification, PVG Accreditation and Public Liability Insurance and also regularly attend nationally recognised additional third party coaching sessions to continually improve their coaching skills and to reinforce their awareness of issues such as those surrounding the teaching of children and vulnerable adults.

Sooyang Do is specifically designed to be suitable for all ages (5 upwards) and for all ability levels. No previous martial arts experience is necessary and the main requirement is enthusiasm.

Each belt level has a formal syllabus, which must be learned and demonstrated to an acceptable standard, to enable the student to progress to the next level. The technical progress of each student is monitored by way of grading events (belt examinations) which are held every three months and students must train, on average, twice per week to be eligible for grading.
Springwater Taekwondo, an independent organisation. At Springwater Taekwondo, they realise that there are many reasons for taking up Martial Arts. The reasons for training are often as varied and diverse as the students themselves. They do their best to accommodate each individual. They hope their extensive syllabus will cover everyone's needs and enable them to become skilled at Taekwondo.

Taekwondo translates to Foot, Hand, Way (or Art) in English. It is more often called the Way of Hand and Foot. Taekwondo is both a modern martial art and a combat sport that develops to become a way of life. Although modern, its' roots can be traced back to ancient Korea. To the untrained eye much of the art can resemble other martial arts due to the influence these have had over its' development but Taekwondo has a vast range of technique. It is most famous for its' incredible range of fast, high kicking skills.
Subarashi Judo Club
Kidbrooke, London
Judo is offered to both adults and children
Surrey Kick Boxing can trace its roots back to the Japanese Martial Art of Mugendo - "Unlimited Way".

In short, the traditions and styles of various martial arts have been incorporated into the current teaching philosophy of Surrey Kick Boxing with core emphasis on fitness, technique and self accomplishment of the individual student.

Originally established in 1985, (and previously known as Shannons) Surrey Kick Boxing is recognised by its students as being one of a friendly and family orientated club where the onus of training is not based solely on a grading system but based on the individual, his/her skill set and what they wish to achieve from the sport.

Teaching to music is also incorporated to all their classes, be it as part of the warm-up, stretch, high impact exercise, techniques, sparring or cool down - it is a fundamental part of our teaching methodology and makes for a great environment in which to train.

Of course, with many martial arts the opportunity to spar with your peers is one of the key elements and teaching principals. The club enforces a strict semi-contact policy (i.e. technique, fitness, control and respect).

Their aim is to ensure students enjoy our lessons.
Nick Kathawick (4th Dan) has been instructing Karate at Shoreham for more than 10 years and has nearly 20 years experience in a variety of Martial Arts. The Sussex Karate format has been developed over many years and is proven to be highly effective in ensuring students progress rapidly in their training.

All students male/female, adult/juniors, senior grades/junior grades participate in the same sessions. No previous martial arts experience is necessary.
Sussex Karate Association has been established for over 26 years, and is based in Worthing, West Sussex. It was established by Robert Birchlea, a 7th Dan Chief Instructor with over 42 years karate experience. Robert is still running the assocation and he is fully DBS checked.

They welcome all grades of students, from beginners right through to advanced students, and to those looking to achieve the highest grades and those wishing to gain an extra skill to enhance their lives.

Depending on experience, starters may wish to first visit and try our Karate Clubs on Tuesdays and Sundays held at the Broadwater Parish Hall, Broadwater, Worthing. Lessons will include basic techniques, but also utilise traditional Kata, which consists of forms of movement.

For those with previous experience, or not wishing to take part in a larger group situation, you may wish to take advantage of personal training options, available by appointment at their private Dojo. Please contact us to discuss you personal requirements.

Should you prefer, they also offer you small group personal sessions at their Dojo, which are often suitable and preferable for small groups of either female or mixed sex, who wish to engage in personal safety techniques and/or enhanced mental and physical well-being. Again, these sessions are by prior arrangement.

In addition, they shall bring fitness to all the students to make them mentally and physically stronger.

They realise that people have different levels and reasons for participating, and will always assist in finding the best suited method for your personal satisfaction.
Temple Martial Arts
St Neot's, Cambridgeshire
Whether you want to train in martial arts to keep fit, learn self defence or work towards your black-belt with a club that is part of a national organisation, you'll find a friendly welcome at Temple Martial Arts.

They train in the Wado Ryu style of karate, freestyle kickboxing and ju-jutsu; meeting three times a week in and around St. Neots.

New starters from 5 years upwards and all levels are welcome. So, whether you are thinking about taking up karate for the first time, or you have recently moved to the area and want to find a local club, or whatever your reasons, get in contact. Alternatively come along to one of their sessions to see what it's all about. Or, better still, join in. The first lesson is free. A free suit will be provided when you join and membership also includes a licence and insurance.
Test Valley offers Choi Kwang Do to both adults and children throughout Hampshire
Tetsudo
National
The Noble Art of TETSUDO has it's roots in Tibet and it's essence lies in the cornerstone that Mind and Body are inextricably linked and changes in one causes changes in the other and only when both are working harmoniously together can anything be done efficiently and effectively.

TETSUDO training makes the BODY physically strong, agile and healthy and the MIND to become more aware, perceptive and focused..... and when the two are in Harmony.... then the seemingly impossible becomes possible.

The skills learnt through the practice of TETSUDO offer profound benefits to EVERYONE regardless of age, gender or fitness level. TETSUDO is a Holistic Martial Art. It is a unique therapeutic experience for both Mind and Body and as such it is much more than just a means of physical self-defence.... it is the COMPLETE SELF-DEFENCE.
Keith Power holds a 6th Dan Black Belt within the Shu-Ho Jujitsu Association presented to him in 2010 by Colin Elgie, his most recent teacher and founder of the Shu-Ho system (formally Kempo Kai).

He has practised Martial Arts for almost 30 years, 18 of which were under the tutelage of Ron Weightman.

Keith Power inherited the Club from Ron Weightman and expanded the number of clubs he teaches at to 5 throughout S.E London and Kent.
The school was first opened in January 2013 by Miss Kimberly Ralph after she moved from London to Bolton and found there was no Choi Kwang Do school nearby.

Turton School of Choi Kwang Do is an inclusive, welcoming school aiming to grow and establish itself in the local community. Our goal is to improve the fitness and well-being of their students, giving as many people the gift of Choi Kwang Do as possible.
The corner stone of our school is to provide each student with the support and personal attention they need to enable them to achieve their goals, both within Choi Kwang Do and in life.
TSKR was formed in 2006 by Chief Instructor Terry Wittkopp 5th Degree Black Belt, the association has around 200 members from 5yrs upwards and come from all walks of life.

TSKR clubs in the Norfolk area are within premier sports and social venues

TSKR teaches Traditional Karate. This concentrates on building the confidence of its participants, whilst installing the traditional values of Karate.

All Instructors, Assistant Instructors and Volunteers are DBS Checked for suitability to work with Children and Vulnerable Adults. They also all hold relevant qualification such as First Aid / Child Protection Training.

TSKR has an Appointed Welfare Officer. This is a Prerequisite from our Governing Body. The Welfare Officer has the important role of overseeing TSKR. Ensuring the Governing Body Policies & Procedures are followed by all its participants (Including the Instructors).

Melanie Whitred is the newly Appointed Officer and will be seen at all Clubs at least once per month

TSKR has associations with many other clubs in the UK & Europe & has opportunities for training with many UK & International Instructors every year.

All members are encouraged to attend Courses and Club training along with its Instructors where possible to advance there progression.

TSKR does encourage participants into Competition if they choose to go along this route, however the training and personal development of the Individual is of most importance.

TSKR is headed by Terry Wittkopp 5th Degree Black Belt in Shotokan Karate who for the last 27yrs has had the privileged experience from training with many Senior English and Japanese Sensei throughout his martial arts training and continues to further the art of the empty hand karate. He has also trained in ju-jitsu and kobudo throughout his career and currently studies all martial arts.
It is very simple to start with Seido Karate and all their dojos are run on similar lines but of course with their own unique approach. They all use the same Seido syllabus which is comprehensive so you can train anywhere and not feel different.

All their instructors are DBS cleared (Enhanced Disclosure) and First Aid trained. They offer a free introductory lesson and you are automatically insured when you complete the pre training questionnaire for this.

They Care. Difference doesn't mean deficit and men, women and children have found Seido becoming an important part of their lives not only for the feeling of confidence you get from expert tuition but the friends you can make at the dojo. So why not try a lesson with them, just:

  1. Select the dojo that is convenient for you. Just click the "Contact Us" tab on their website.
  2. Contact the dojo head, they will provide you with all the necessary information for you to start - including any introductory offers.
  3. Or you can get the address of the dojo, look at the training schedule and go along and watch a class before you try a lesson.
World Ju-Jitsu Scotland is an inclusive and independent martial art organisation for all styles of martial art.

WJJS aims to provide you with high quality martial art training, ranging from Ju-Jitsu, Karate, Tae Kwon Do and much more.
Yamato Damashii directly translated means Japanese Spirit.

The club are a friendly family-based martial arts club, for adults & children, based in North West Kent and train in traditional Wado Ryu karate.

They train every Saturday morning at Becket Sport Centre in Dartford, children's beginner class starts at 9am, adult class starts at 11am.

The club is open to all people who want to partake in a club that values and develops discipline, respect and focus. It's a club that encourages personal insights and development as well as teaching self-defence.

Whether an adult or a child, learning karate will teach you discipline, respect, improve your fitness, give you confidence, improve concentration and also teach you a useful new skill.

If you are interested in joining the club, you can just turn up to one of the classes wearing loose clothing such as t-shirt and jogging bottoms and join in, the first lesson is free. Parents are welcome to stay and watch.
The school was first opened in January 2013 by Miss Kimberly Ralph after she moved from London to Bolton and found there was no Choi Kwang Do school nearby.

Turton School of Choi Kwang Do is an inclusive, welcoming school aiming to grow and establish itself in the local community. Our goal is to improve the fitness and well-being of their students, giving as many people the gift of Choi Kwang Do as possible.
The corner stone of our school is to provide each student with the support and personal attention they need to enable them to achieve their goals, both within Choi Kwang Do and in life.
Contact NAKMAS:
NAKMAS PO Box 262, Herne Bay, Kent, England, CT6 9AW

Telephone: 01227 370055 Fax: 01227 370056
Email: admin@nakmas.org.uk

Office Hours: Monday to Thursday: 9am until 4pm
Fridays: 9am until 3pm

While there is a member of staff or Management available as far as possible, during office hours, there are times when we use an intimate call centre. This is mostly first thing, last thing, at lunchtimes or in times of sickness or leave. If you leave them your name, club code, contact number and a brief message, we will endeavour to return your call as soon as we are available. Alternatively you can drop us an email to which we can respond instead.