Tang Sou Dao
Tang Sou Dao is a Chinese martial art which teaches practical self defence. We focus on footwork and evasion, blocks, and hand and leg techniques. Learning Tang Sou Dao can give you immense benefits
London Institute Of Martial Arts
The aim of LIMA is to create a validated degree course in Martial Arts Theory and Practice, in collaboration with a UK university. We are currently in the process of offering validated certification
Twickenham Martial Arts
Thankyou for visiting the official Twickenham Martial Arts College website the best place for Martial Arts and Kickboxing in and around Twickenham. We run age specific classes designed to full fill
Bu'sen Fitness Centre
Welcome to the Bu'sen (Kyoto Budo Senmon Gakkou) Martial Arts School, formerly the Anglo Japanese & Seiki Juku Association headquarters (Honbu). Founded in 1901 and established in Twickenham for over
Tora Kodo Karate Kai
The origin of karate dates back more than a thousand years. When Daruma Taishi was at the Shaolin monastery in China, he taught his students physical training methods in order to build endurance and
West London Kungfu
Hung kuen is a traditional Chinese Kung Fu system. The full title of the art is Nam Siu Lam Hung Gar Kuen or Southern Shaolin Hung family fist. The roots of the art lie in the monastic traditions of
Funakoshi Karate
Please note that payment for these camps is NOT to Funakoshi Karate, but directly to the instructor (see booking form for details). If you make a bank transfer, it is essential that you include a
Personal Training
Our Beginners Programme has been designed to gently introduce the beginner to the world of martial arts and prepare them for their advanced training programme. We offer BJJ, Boxing and Kickboxing
SIMAC Mixed Martial Arts
Congratulations, you have arrived at the online home of SIMAC MIXED MARTIAL ARTS. Young children and adults are welcomed at all levels to learn how Martial Arts can be combined with fun, fitness and
Kurai Aikido
Kurai Aikido promotes and teaches traditional Aikido with influences from the 'Iwama' style, in a friendly organisation, with thriving junior and senior sections. Originally known as the EYJ School of