Aikido is a modern, non-violent, non-competitive Japanese martial art which was developed early in the century by Morihei Ueshiba (1883-1969). In Japanese, Aikido means "the way of harmony with theforce and principle of nature". Aikido is derived from Japan's traditional Budo (the way of martial arts), yet goes beyond the realm of Budo; it is a path where martial arts are used as a way of spiritual growth.
Burton Kickboxing Academy (BKA) is a Kickboxing club based in the centre of Burton on Trent. BKA founder and chief instructor Chris Squirrell is a World and European amateur champion. All instructorsare CRB checked and first aid trained. Our members are both male and female and range from 4 to 64 years of age. We cater for all abilities and encourage our members to improve their fitness as well as their kickboxing skills.
Over 50,000 Students Have Benefited From Our Top of The Range Martial Arts Programs, changing themselves from Wimps into Warriors, Fearful to Fearless, from Chump to Champ, Couch Potato to Hot Potato.You'll lose pounds of unwanted, unsightly fat and build solid sleek firm muscle.
Welcome to Ayre Martial Arts "Beyond Black belt" Burton's premier multi style martial arts and fitness school. We are situated in Sovereign Industry Estate on Hawkins Lane Burton On Trent, oppositeEuropa car Hire. Our facility is professionally equipped and provides a fully matted wall and floor area, strength and conditioning area for fitness, kick stations and hanging bags and a training octagon. Feel free to look around our web site for more information.
At Unique Physique we work hard and play hard. Our main aim is to offer a local gym that is big enough to have all the quality equipment the member needs yet is small enough to care! The "personaltouch" is what we aim to provide to each and every individual member, unlike the bigger corporate gyms who both get you on their books and leave you to struggle on your own unless you pay for a service, or often provide you with in-experienced staff who can't always give you the correct advice.
I started training in Karate with childhood friend and fellow coach Matt, and then at the age of 14 we started doing Ninjitsu. During this time we discovered the UFC via video. This led me to searchfor somewhere to train this no holds barred style while at University in Leicester in 1999. Unlike a lot of early MMA enthusiasts, it wasn't Jiu-Jitsu that I was looking for but Wrestling.