Karate Membership

We have two main membership packages that you can choose from depending on your age-range. The Children’s Karate classes are based on children of the ages from 5 Years old to 15 Years Old. The Adult Karate Classes are for those 16+

Three options are available for you to choose from:

Per Session (Adults Only): for those who do not know when they will be able to make it but still want to train

Monthly: For those who would like to pay per month and works out cheaper than per session

Termly: For those who know they will attend class and works out cheaper than monthy

Membership Options

Please fill in the following form (Download Membership Form) and return to us ASAP after purchasing your plan or alternatively, fill in the electronic version by pressing the button below

What Happens In The Classes

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1.) Formal Etiquette

The majority of karate schools adhere to some kind of formal etiquette at the beginning and end of each class. Depending on your chosen style you could see the full routine of formal etiquette including kneeling, multiple bows and the verbal recital of the school creed of Dojo Kun.

2. Warm-up & Stretching

Before any type of physical activity it is highly recommended that you warm-up and stretch. It is often a good idea to end the activity with more stretching (sometimes called a warm-down). Karate is a very physical activity and so it should be obvious that a warm-up is an integral part of each lesson.

3.) Kihon (Practice of basic techniques)

Right after the warm-up ends, training begins with basic (fundamentals) practice. This includes drilling stances, punches, kicks, blocks and strikes on the spot and up and down the floor with the focus being on multiple repetitions of the main techniques required for each rank level.

4.) Kata (Forms)

Forms are pre-defined sequences of techniques that students must learn and memorise. The forms are often a main requirement for each grading test, and they help the practitioner to understand how different techniques fit together and integrate into sets of techniques. There are many different forms and each one has a set pattern with a central focus.

All Katas have additional application drills (Bunki) that show how each technique can be used against an opponent in a self-defence situation.

5.) Short break

Depending on the length and intensity of each class, practitioners are often given the chance of a short “water break.”

6.) Partner work drills

These types of drills are usually one of the fun parts of a karate class because the practitioners get to practice their techniques with an opponent to see how they are used and to drill appropriate reactions to different types of attacks. Partner work drills aren’t always limited to two people but can often include multiple opponents or group training drills. This usually depends on the creativity of the instructor and the overall level of the class.

7.) Pads and Targets

An important part of karate training is to practice your techniques against different types of targets. These targets include soft or hard focus targets, body shields, hanging bags or the more popular freestanding Wave masters, plastic sheets and even wooden boards from time to time. Pads and targets are usually a lot of fun for all involved and give you a real sense of what it feels like to actually strike a target.

8.) Conditioning drills

This is really where your level of fitness can improve dramatically. Conditioning drills include running, jumping, push-ups, sit-ups, jumping jacks, star jumps, squats, relays, and any number of stamina-focused activities. Depending on the level of the class and the age group these drills are not always for the light-hearted but you did want to get a good workout, didn’t you?

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