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 benefitsin terms of both physical and mental self-development. You will improve your flexibility, strength, stamina and fitness. Our school is based on a philosophy which teaches discipline and respect for others. Training regularly can also improve your concentration, focus and confidence; skills that can ultimately help you in all areas of your life.
White Collar Boxing makes its return to Nemesis on June 27th 12th July sees the chessboard mats heating up with our BJJ competition. For more information about either event contact reception or dropus an email. Molly Walborn, Melynie Walborn and Cady Anderson all took part in this event and showed the true fighters spirit, which embodies Nemesis Gym. Molly won Gold in her category. Melynie and Cady both won silver medals.
Tae-Kwon-Do indicates the technique of unarmed combat for self defence, involving the skilled application of punches, kicks, blocks, dodges and interception with the hand, arms and feet to the rapiddestruction of the opponent. To the Korean people Tae-Kwon-Do is more than a mere use of skilled movements. It also implies a way of thinking and life, particularly in instilling a concept and spirit of strict self-imposed discipline and the idea of noble moral re-armament.
Both are qualified judges and referees in Sport Ju-jitsu with national and international experience. As a member of Kokoro Kai you will also have the opportunity to meet and train with top instructorsfrom overseas at annual national and International events. All Kokoro Kai Instructors are fully qualified and CRB checked. We aim to promote a friendly atmosphere amongst students and between clubs where everyone mixes together.
You learn principles and techniques that you can use after just one lesson. Wing Chun teaches you how to punch and kick using your body structure, so you can beat a much larger and stronger attacker.All movements are highly effective and extremely fast, making Wing Chuns whip like attacks one of the fastest to be seen in the Martial Arts. This makes Wing Chun an ideal defensive system for women, men and children of all ages.
Fei Lung (which translates as 'Flying Dragon') is a combination Kickboxing, Kung Fu, and streetwise self-defence Martial Art. The Fei Lung Martial Arts System combines practical and effective elementsof many different martial arts from Boxing, Wing Chun and Ninjitsu to Aikido, Karate and Kickboxing. Fei Lung was created by Terry Jacobs. Terry is a 5th Degree Black Belt, with over 30 years of experience within the Martial Arts.
John Hine is a veteran Tai Chi teacher who has been training for most of his life in Tai Chi and the martial arts He runs one of the longest established and successful chains of Tai Chi classes in theUK. A founder member of the Tai Chi Union for Great Britain (TCUGB) and an Honorary President and Advanced Instructor, he has served on the TCUGB technical committee. Sifu John Hine spent much of his life studying under Buddhist and Taoist teachers.
My son has now been learning martial arts here for nearly 2 years and is still thoroughly enjoying it. The teachers are fantastic with both children and adults, encouraging them throughout everyclass. I would recommend the Kinkan Dojo to every parent for themselves or their children, its truly first class.
After over 30 years, Bill Taylor has retired as head coach of Ford Judo Club. Producing some fantastic Judo players over the years, including National Champions and British Squad members, Bill hasdecided the time has come to step down. He will be sorely missed, but his committment, dedication, and efforts at the club will always be remembered and appreciated by all who passed through the Dojo.
Our aim is to promote Karate in its traditional and sport form. No matter your age, gender or ability, we at Forza Karate Club are able to offer you 46 weeks of classes through out the year. Karateenthusiasts learn Karate for many different reasons. Some students have been drawn to the physical well-being and weight-loss aspect of training whereas others seek to add discipline and self control to their lives. Others are more focussed on the safety and self-defence aspect of the Martial Art.