Karate-do is a Japanese martial art that develops parts of the body into powerful weapons that can be in self defence. Many Tokei fighters have gone on to fight on the world stage.
A method of self-defence without weapons that was developed in China and Japan; holds and blows are supplemented by clever use of the attacker's own weight and strength.
Judo is an Olympic sport, involving throwing and holding, including arm-locks and strangles for the more senior players. All instructors are qualified through the British Judo Association. Children taught from six years of age.
A derivative of the ancient Greco Roman developed into a sport using both arms and legs whereby competitors attempt to throw each other.
San Shou Kuan - (Chinese Boxing Association) is mentally and physically demanding; stretching both the mind and the body. The class format allows beginners and advanced students to train together allowing sufficient time for each individual to progress and develop their martial arts skills.
A course of related exercises and postures intended to promote control of the body and mind to attain physical and spiritual wellbeing.