For over 30 years Camberley Judo Club has been one of the UK's top judo clubs. A totally unique judo club we have programmes for everyone from children through seniors to elite athletes competing atinternational level. Camberley Judo Club has perfected the balance between a friendly, recreational social judo club and a full time high performance elite judo training centre.
We are always welcoming new students of all abilities. As long as you're above the age of 6 you will always be welcomed. If you don't like the idea of a class full of students then we also offer oneon one personal sessions too. Furthermore if Sparring is something that you are interested in doing we also have a lesson each week specific to the section of the art. What ever you are interested in then come give it a go, we always offer the first lesson as a free trial.
FREE trial class for all first-time students Book your FREE trial class today and get a taste of the benefits you will be enjoy at Pil Sung Do. There's no commitment or cost at your trial class, soyou have nothing to lose but increased health, fitness, flexibility and confidence to gain! We don't limit you to a class or time to suit us. We will fit in with you, so you can choose from any one of our eight classes listed in our schedule - whichever.
Choi Kwang Do is a uniquely scientific martial arts discipline based on modern principles of human anatomy, physiology, kinesiology and biomechanics. It is a natural, easy-to-learn system ofsequential movements that maximizes your body's force producing capabilities and enhances your health. Not only will Choi Kwang Do teach you the art of self defence, but it will also help to reduce illness and disease, increase your longevity and minimize the degeneration of your body and mind.
Pride Combat Athletics provides Muay Thai, Fitness & conditoning training in Bracknell. Our sessions focus on the progression of ability and fitness through Muay Thai kick boxing techniques andfitness training. Class numbers are modest so that everyone gets quality time with a coach. Larger sessions see two coaches providing tuition and guidance so that you can get the very best out of your training.
Welcome to FSKA Bracknell, Funakoshi Shotokan Karate Association, a friendly family orientated shotokan karate club which has been running for over thirteen years in Bracknell, Berkshire. FSKABracknell is affiliated to the Funakoshi Shotokan Karate Association (FSKA), which is a worldwide organisation promoting Funakoshi Shotokan Karate. In the UK, there are FSKA clubs in Crawley, Essex, London, Scotland, Wales and Ireland.
The Crowthorne Wado Karate club was formed in 1998 by its current senior instructor Sensei Barry Wilkinson. The club is a member of the England Wado Kai karate association which boasts a membership of50 clubs based in the South of England and practices traditional Wado Kai karate. Karate helps build coordination, agility, strength and poise. The confidence gained through training helps foster a strong positive self image.
SiFu Williams has been training consistently in martial arts since 1989. He started teaching his own classes aged sixteen and has now been teaching for eighteen years. He has trained in varioustraditional Kung Fu styles including Chang Quan, Tan Tui, Ba Ji Quan, Pi Gua Zhang and Xing Yi, but nowadays he has chosen to focus his efforts purely on Eagle Claw Kung Fu through tuition from SiFu Julian Dale.
We like to keep things simple, so our prices for children's lessons follow the academic term dates set by Bracknell Forest Borough council. Fees are payable termly, however to offer you furtherflexibility you can choose to pay half termly at a slightly higher rate.
We recognize that adults, especially young adults, may find it difficult to find a local karate club where credible martial arts practice takes place. Frequently this is due to the presence ofchildren where necessary health and safety considerations preclude fully committed practice on a regular basis. We wish to attract any lapsed or wavering karateka and those karateka who find themselves asking the question, "now what?"