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Karate classes in  for kids, teenagers and 18+ from Kenshukai Karate West London

Kenshukai Karate West London




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WEEKLY CLASS
5.0 (47)
Our classes are suitable for all ages, starting from 5 years and up to 65! We have a family atmosphere so there is always a range of ages in the class and some parents often choose to train along with their kids. We encourage all new members to start at their own pace, therefore there is no requirement for a particular fitness level or previous experience. Class Structure Each week, the instructor sets a particular focus of training - a goal, something specific that the students should aim to achieve. This way, there is always something new to learn. In order to fully grasp a skill, a person must repeat it many times, slowly developing more depth and understanding. Therefore, each class is structured in a way as to contain some, or all, of the following 7 elements: 1. Warm up and Stretching When the body is properly warmed up and supple, the muscles become more efficient and are able to provide more strength and endurance. This also minimises the risk of pulling a muscle. 2. Basic Techniques - The core principle behind developing good karate is the practice and repetition of strikes, blocks, stances and kicks until they become second nature. 3. Kata and Combinations - Kata is a prearranged sequence of movements against imaginary opponents. Practising kata develops deep concentration, and improves coordination and awareness. 4. Sparring - Practising the basic techniques in a controlled "fight" environment with a partner, develops reaction speed and helps to prepare students for a possible self-defence situation. 5. Self-Defence - Students are taught specific techniques that enable them to break out of holds and grabs, as well as to protect themselves against strikes and other attacks. 6. Fitness - Certain activities are incorporated into the class that improve the students' fitness and stamina and strengthen the arms, legs and stomach. 7. Fun activity / Games Children learn best when they enjoy themselves so there's often an optional fun activity incorporated into the class specifically aimed at improving coordination and reaction as well as teamwork. Whatever our age, most of us are still kids at heart so the big kids are welcome to join in as well! Overall, this balance of consistency and variety helps to create an enjoyable and productive experience for our students.
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from £11.00 per session
11.00
GBP
from £11.00 per session
Acton, W3 9SQ
St Martin's Church Hall
St Martin's Church Hall
Hale Gardens
Acton
London
W3 9SQ
GB
2023-12-16
2023-12-16
10:30 - 12:00 Sat 16th Dec
Karate • 5-17, 18+
WEEKLY CLASS
5.0 (47)
Our Children's Karate classes are suitable for children aged 5-12 years old. We encourage all new members to start at their own pace, therefore there is no requirement for a particular fitness level or previous experience. Class Structure Each week, the instructor sets a particular focus of training - a goal, something specific that the students should aim to achieve. This way, there is always something new to learn. In order to fully grasp a skill, a person must repeat it many times, slowly developing more depth and understanding. Therefore, each class is structured in a way as to contain some, or all, of the following 7 elements: 1. Warm up and Stretching When the body is properly warmed up and supple, the muscles become more efficient and are able to provide more strength and endurance. This also minimises the risk of pulling a muscle. 2. Basic Techniques - The core principle behind developing good karate is the practice and repetition of strikes, blocks, stances and kicks until they become second nature. 3. Kata and Combinations - Kata is a prearranged sequence of movements against imaginary opponents. Practising kata develops deep concentration, and improves coordination and awareness. 4. Sparring - Practising the basic techniques in a controlled "fight" environment with a partner, develops reaction speed and helps to prepare students for a possible self-defence situation. 5. Self-Defence - Students are taught specific techniques that enable them to break out of holds and grabs, as well as to protect themselves against strikes and other attacks. 6. Fitness - Certain activities are incorporated into the class that improve the students' fitness and stamina and strengthen the arms, legs and stomach. 7. Fun activity / Games Children learn best when they enjoy themselves so there's often an optional fun activity incorporated into the class specifically aimed at improving coordination and reaction as well as teamwork. Whatever our age, most of us are still kids at heart so the big kids are welcome to join in as well! Overall, this balance of consistency and variety helps to create an enjoyable and productive experience for our students.
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from £9.50 per session
9.50
GBP
from £9.50 per session
Southall, UB1 2GU
Greenford Sports Centre
Greenford Sports Centre
Lady Margaret Road
Southall
London
UB1 2GU
GB
2023-12-14
2023-12-14
18:00 - 19:00 Thu 14th Dec
Karate • 5-12 Years
WEEKLY CLASS
5.0 (47)
Our classes are suitable for all ages, starting from 5 years and up to 65! We have a family atmosphere so there is always a range of ages in the class and some parents often choose to train along with their kids. We encourage all new members to start at their own pace, therefore there is no requirement for a particular fitness level or previous experience. Class Structure Each week, the instructor sets a particular focus of training - a goal, something specific that the students should aim to achieve. This way, there is always something new to learn. In order to fully grasp a skill, a person must repeat it many times, slowly developing more depth and understanding. Therefore, each class is structured in a way as to contain some, or all, of the following 7 elements: 1. Warm up and Stretching When the body is properly warmed up and supple, the muscles become more efficient and are able to provide more strength and endurance. This also minimises the risk of pulling a muscle. 2. Basic Techniques - The core principle behind developing good karate is the practice and repetition of strikes, blocks, stances and kicks until they become second nature. 3. Kata and Combinations - Kata is a prearranged sequence of movements against imaginary opponents. Practising kata develops deep concentration, and improves coordination and awareness. 4. Sparring - Practising the basic techniques in a controlled "fight" environment with a partner, develops reaction speed and helps to prepare students for a possible self-defence situation. 5. Self-Defence - Students are taught specific techniques that enable them to break out of holds and grabs, as well as to protect themselves against strikes and other attacks. 6. Fitness - Certain activities are incorporated into the class that improve the students' fitness and stamina and strengthen the arms, legs and stomach. 7. Fun activity / Games Children learn best when they enjoy themselves so there's often an optional fun activity incorporated into the class specifically aimed at improving coordination and reaction as well as teamwork. Whatever our age, most of us are still kids at heart so the big kids are welcome to join in as well! Overall, this balance of consistency and variety helps to create an enjoyable and productive experience for our students.
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from £10.00 per session
10.00
GBP
from £10.00 per session
Ealing, W5 3EB
The Church of The Ascension
The Church of The Ascension
Beaufort Road
Ealing
London
W5 3EB
GB
2023-12-12
2023-12-12
18:00 - 19:00 Tue 12th Dec
Karate • 5-17, 18+
WEEKLY CLASS
5.0 (47)
Our classes are suitable for all ages, starting from 5 years and up to 65! We have a family atmosphere so there is always a range of ages in the class and some parents often choose to train along with their kids. We encourage all new members to start at their own pace, therefore there is no requirement for a particular fitness level or previous experience. Class Structure Each week, the instructor sets a particular focus of training - a goal, something specific that the students should aim to achieve. This way, there is always something new to learn. In order to fully grasp a skill, a person must repeat it many times, slowly developing more depth and understanding. Therefore, each class is structured in a way as to contain some, or all, of the following 7 elements: 1. Warm up and Stretching When the body is properly warmed up and supple, the muscles become more efficient and are able to provide more strength and endurance. This also minimises the risk of pulling a muscle. 2. Basic Techniques - The core principle behind developing good karate is the practice and repetition of strikes, blocks, stances and kicks until they become second nature. 3. Kata and Combinations - Kata is a prearranged sequence of movements against imaginary opponents. Practising kata develops deep concentration, and improves coordination and awareness. 4. Sparring - Practising the basic techniques in a controlled "fight" environment with a partner, develops reaction speed and helps to prepare students for a possible self-defence situation. 5. Self-Defence - Students are taught specific techniques that enable them to break out of holds and grabs, as well as to protect themselves against strikes and other attacks. 6. Fitness - Certain activities are incorporated into the class that improve the students' fitness and stamina and strengthen the arms, legs and stomach. 7. Fun activity / Games Children learn best when they enjoy themselves so there's often an optional fun activity incorporated into the class specifically aimed at improving coordination and reaction as well as teamwork. Whatever our age, most of us are still kids at heart so the big kids are welcome to join in as well! Overall, this balance of consistency and variety helps to create an enjoyable and productive experience for our students.
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from £10.00 per session
10.00
GBP
from £10.00 per session
Southall, UB1 2GU
Greenford Sports Centre
Greenford Sports Centre
Lady Margaret Road
Southall
London
UB1 2GU
GB
2023-12-17
2023-12-17
10:00 - 11:00 Sun 17th Dec
Karate • 5-17, 18+
WEEKLY CLASS
5.0 (47)
Our classes are suitable for all ages, starting from 5 years and up to 65! We have a family atmosphere so there is always a range of ages in the class and some parents often choose to train along with their kids. We encourage all new members to start at their own pace, therefore there is no requirement for a particular fitness level or previous experience. Class Structure Each week, the instructor sets a particular focus of training - a goal, something specific that the students should aim to achieve. This way, there is always something new to learn. In order to fully grasp a skill, a person must repeat it many times, slowly developing more depth and understanding. Therefore, each class is structured in a way as to contain some, or all, of the following 7 elements: 1. Warm up and Stretching When the body is properly warmed up and supple, the muscles become more efficient and are able to provide more strength and endurance. This also minimises the risk of pulling a muscle. 2. Basic Techniques - The core principle behind developing good karate is the practice and repetition of strikes, blocks, stances and kicks until they become second nature. 3. Kata and Combinations - Kata is a prearranged sequence of movements against imaginary opponents. Practising kata develops deep concentration, and improves coordination and awareness. 4. Sparring - Practising the basic techniques in a controlled "fight" environment with a partner, develops reaction speed and helps to prepare students for a possible self-defence situation. 5. Self-Defence - Students are taught specific techniques that enable them to break out of holds and grabs, as well as to protect themselves against strikes and other attacks. 6. Fitness - Certain activities are incorporated into the class that improve the students' fitness and stamina and strengthen the arms, legs and stomach. 7. Fun activity / Games Children learn best when they enjoy themselves so there's often an optional fun activity incorporated into the class specifically aimed at improving coordination and reaction as well as teamwork. Whatever our age, most of us are still kids at heart so the big kids are welcome to join in as well! Overall, this balance of consistency and variety helps to create an enjoyable and productive experience for our students.
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from £10.00 per session
10.00
GBP
from £10.00 per session
Harlesden, NW10 4UJ
All Souls Church
All Souls Church
3 Station Road
Harlesden
London
NW10 4UJ
GB
2023-12-13
2023-12-13
18:15 - 19:15 Wed 13th Dec
Karate • 5-17, 18+
WEEKLY CLASS
5.0 (47)
This Karate class is suitable for anyone over the age of 12 years old. We encourage all new members to start at their own pace, therefore there is no requirement for a particular fitness level or previous experience. Class Structure Each week, the instructor sets a particular focus of training - a goal, something specific that the students should aim to achieve. This way, there is always something new to learn. In order to fully grasp a skill, a person must repeat it many times, slowly developing more depth and understanding. Therefore, each class is structured in a way as to contain some, or all, of the following 7 elements: 1. Warm up and Stretching When the body is properly warmed up and supple, the muscles become more efficient and are able to provide more strength and endurance. This also minimises the risk of pulling a muscle. 2. Basic Techniques - The core principle behind developing good karate is the practice and repetition of strikes, blocks, stances and kicks until they become second nature. 3. Kata and Combinations - Kata is a prearranged sequence of movements against imaginary opponents. Practising kata develops deep concentration, and improves coordination and awareness. 4. Sparring - Practising the basic techniques in a controlled "fight" environment with a partner, develops reaction speed and helps to prepare students for a possible self-defence situation. 5. Self-Defence - Students are taught specific techniques that enable them to break out of holds and grabs, as well as to protect themselves against strikes and other attacks. 6. Fitness - Certain activities are incorporated into the class that improve the students' fitness and stamina and strengthen the arms, legs and stomach. 7. Fun activity / Games Children learn best when they enjoy themselves so there's often an optional fun activity incorporated into the class specifically aimed at improving coordination and reaction as well as teamwork. Whatever our age, most of us are still kids at heart so the big kids are welcome to join in as well! Overall, this balance of consistency and variety helps to create an enjoyable and productive experience for our students.
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from £11.00 per session
11.00
GBP
from £11.00 per session
Southall, UB1 2GU
Greenford Sports Centre
Greenford Sports Centre
Lady Margaret Road
Southall
London
UB1 2GU
GB
2023-12-14
2023-12-14
19:00 - 20:30 Thu 14th Dec
Karate • 12-17, 18+
WEEKLY CLASS
5.0 (47)
Our classes are suitable for all ages, starting from 5 years and up to 65! We have a family atmosphere so there is always a range of ages in the class and some parents often choose to train along with their kids. We encourage all new members to start at their own pace, therefore there is no requirement for a particular fitness level or previous experience. Class Structure Each week, the instructor sets a particular focus of training - a goal, something specific that the students should aim to achieve. This way, there is always something new to learn. In order to fully grasp a skill, a person must repeat it many times, slowly developing more depth and understanding. Therefore, each class is structured in a way as to contain some, or all, of the following 7 elements: 1. Warm up and Stretching When the body is properly warmed up and supple, the muscles become more efficient and are able to provide more strength and endurance. This also minimises the risk of pulling a muscle. 2. Basic Techniques - The core principle behind developing good karate is the practice and repetition of strikes, blocks, stances and kicks until they become second nature. 3. Kata and Combinations - Kata is a prearranged sequence of movements against imaginary opponents. Practising kata develops deep concentration, and improves coordination and awareness. 4. Sparring - Practising the basic techniques in a controlled "fight" environment with a partner, develops reaction speed and helps to prepare students for a possible self-defence situation. 5. Self-Defence - Students are taught specific techniques that enable them to break out of holds and grabs, as well as to protect themselves against strikes and other attacks. 6. Fitness - Certain activities are incorporated into the class that improve the students' fitness and stamina and strengthen the arms, legs and stomach. 7. Fun activity / Games Children learn best when they enjoy themselves so there's often an optional fun activity incorporated into the class specifically aimed at improving coordination and reaction as well as teamwork. Whatever our age, most of us are still kids at heart so the big kids are welcome to join in as well! Overall, this balance of consistency and variety helps to create an enjoyable and productive experience for our students.
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from £11.00 per session
11.00
GBP
from £11.00 per session
Northolt, UB5 5LQ
Alec Reed Academy
Alec Reed Academy
Bengarth Road
Northolt
London
UB5 5LQ
GB
2023-12-17
2023-12-17
10:30 - 12:00 Sun 17th Dec
Karate • 5-17, 18+