As one of the oldest martial arts clubs in Clackmannanshire, we have a long history of successfully helping people to achieve their goals. From beginners to advanced students; classes cater for alllevels and ages. Our style is Shotokan Karate & we are part of JKS Scotland - Scotlands' largest Karate Federation.
The Scottish Martial Arts Centre is Scotland's finest Martial Arts Training Centre where the countries best instructors combine with world class facilities to create a centre of excellence. The 3,500sq ft training facility is spread across two floors and offers martial arts and dance classes for Infants, Children and Adults. Situated in the heart of the fourth valley the centre is minutes from Stirling, Alloa, Tullibody, Menstrie, Alva, Sauchie, Tullicoutry, Tullibody, Dollar and Falkirk.
Shotokan Karate is a traditional martial art which requires a great deal of discipline and commitment. Perth were the first Scottish club to affiliate to S.K.I.G.B. P.S.K.A receive regular courses andgradings with Hanshi Asano 9th Dan (European Chief Instructor) and the club attends the S.K.I.G.B national championships held in Nottingham each April and August. Perth Shotokan Karate Academy Instructors have over 50 years experience between them and are current members of the S.K.I.G.B British Team.
The aims and objectives of JKS Scotland are to foster, administer and advance the art of traditional Shotokan Karate. Our goal is to teach, motivate, educate and guide our students and instructorswhile promoting exemplary ethics in Karate-Do. We promise to do this through regular training of the highest order, course and grading events, special courses, and of course, competitions for both junior and senior alike.
The chief instructor of Ultimate Taekwon-Do is Master David Brown, 7th Dan, with over 30 years experience in martial arts fitness training. He has built up a great team of instructors who arededicated to helping you get what you want from your martial arts classes. Under Master Browns guidance many individuals have developed their fitness and confidence to enable them to push personal boundries further than they could ever have imagined.
We are a martial arts club in Dunfermline, Fife, teaching the art of Kuk Sool Won, which translates as Korean Martial Arts Association. Run by husband & wife team, Craig & Tammy, we have classes forall ages and levels which we hold in our own full time studio. Anyone interested in trying out a class can take advantage of a FREE Intro class where we will try to give you an idea of what Kuk Sool Won is all about and what our classes are like.
We are a part of the United Tae Kwon Do Federation (UTF) Scotland and are run by Mr Nik Purves, 5th Degree Blackbelt, with over 20 years experience in Tae Kwon Do, examiner, a qualified internationalinstructor and a member of the Scottish National Team. The NP Tae Kwon Do Academy is now based at our own full time hall at Elite Martial Arts, Fitness & Wellbeing in Dunfermline. Classes have been running since March 2001 at Bannatynes Health Club (rainbow, juniors & adults).
Gary started training martial arts at the age of 15 to improve his self defence skills. After training for several years, he was awarded the level of instructor and started to teach classes. He hasdedicated his life to the pursuit of martial arts development and has travelled as far as Hong Kong to train with different instructors. Gary has developed World, European, British, Scottish and Regional Champions and high level black belt students and does so, on a regular basis.
We are members of the United Taekwon-Do Federation (Scotland), which is affiliated to Grandmaster Hwang, Kwang Sung (K-9-1) who presides the Unified International Taekwon-Do Federation. There areIntrepid clubs at Inverkeithing (Fife), and East Calder (West Lothian), both of which are still run by Mr. Scott. Since it's "official" inception on April 11th 1955, modern day Taekwondo has grown to become one of the most popular of all the martial arts to be practised throughout the world today.
Our first DaeDo training event of the year. With 2015 expected to be a big year for TeamRaw we encourage all our members to attend these events to prepare for national and international events. Don'tbe worried to come along and take part all ability levels will be catered for and emphasis is on development.