Medway Park offers swimming facilities for all. Alongside the pools is a tiered seating area for spectators of recreational swim and competitive events. Free swimming for Under 16s using the city cardis available for all sports centre sessions marked Public Swimming and Free Swimming. Please note, all other sessions are chargeable. Apply for yours today. Prices of swimming at Medway Park from April 1 2014.
Martial arts training will show you that you have abilities you never thought you possessed. Every single student who trains at our classes will show and feel a big increase in confidence and selfesteem, made possible by the training that they are undertaking.
Being the only Muay Thai club for miles around, we have people from all over come and train with us, including professional MMA fighters. We have also been lucky enough to host seminars with WorldChampion Muay Thai fighters such as Liam Harrison and Salah "The Beast". Safety is number one in training but we ensure that everyone gets the best out of themselves and pushes hard. All levels and backgrounds are always welcome and training will be adapted slightly should you need it.
We look forward to seeing you at the Unique Kickboxing Fitness Centre + Fight School soon. If you have any questions regarding our classes, upcoming event or any other information please feel free tovisit the gym, give us a call or get in touch with us through our Contact Page.
Thank you for visiting our website, we hope it has added to your interest and curiosity about Krav Maga. Now the only way to truly experience what the Krav Maga Academy offers is to visit us and comeone step closer to changing your life and gaining valuable self-defence skills. We are professional and serious about what we do, but we do it in a fun, friendly and welcoming environment. The classes are filled with positive people who train safely and respect each other.
Chum Kune Do is a Eurasian Martial Art, founded by Master Clifford Hyde-Gomes. Chum Kune Do is also known for awakening of knowledge. The fighting method is taken from the streets and was created byshizu Clifford for the 21st century. We train on soft mats. Few dojos (places where we train) are not permanently matted, so putting the mats out is usually part of the warm-up. After everyone is on the mat, we use the traditional Eurasian way of greeting, bow. Then the warm-up begins.