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Kyudokan Goju Ryu Karate Do


Kyudokan Goju Ryu Karate Do is an established karate school of many years standing and continues to study Goju Ryu karate under the direction of David Morris.

Since its beginning, in 1979, the Kyudokan has represented the traditional values of karate and is one of the very few in the UK still teaching authentic Japanese karate. David continues to study and at 65 his visits to Japan have afforded him a wealth of knowledge, which is evident in the Kyudokan’s teaching ethos: a great depth of tradition, sometimes lacking in the more modern ‘Westernised’ schools.

Whether you are an experienced karateka or just beginning your journey; the Kyudokan will help you on your own martial arts path.

The Kyudokan has weekly training at Chamberlayne Leisure Centre, Bitterne Leisure Centre, Holly Hill Leisure Centre in Sarisbury Green and Places leisure Centre in Eastleigh

Classes cater for all ages, genders and abilities allowing adults and children and families to train separately or together depending on their preference.

The structured syllabus helps the student gain and develop confidence and fitness while learning the traditional ways of martial arts.

Everyone has the opportunity to progress through the grades from white belt to black belt and beyond with encouragement to undertake more in-depth study.

In addition to Karate, Kyudokan also offers:

  • Weapons Training: to help co-ordination and dexterity
  • Karate Camp: members can spend a few days a year in the New Forest enjoying camping, BBQ's, obstacle courses and of course Karate!
  • Social Events: in addition to being a truly traditional karate club, the Kyudokan is a very friendly and family focussed organisation and we have an active social scene amongst our members.

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🥋🥋Another amazing week at Kyudokan Karate at our 4 venues around Southampton. 🥋🥋

Even more new members started this week ✅
Covid-19 safe ✅
Busy Classes ✅
4 students passed their next grade ✅✅✅✅
Amazing friendly family atmosphere ✅

🥋🥋We have an amazing joining offer: no joining fees, no insurance fees till August 2021 and a free Gi (uniform) when you join. Its never been a better time to start your training🥋🥋
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my son Dylan wants to come back he used to go to bitterne leisure about 4 years ago where do you do the classes now

Ollie really enjoyed the advanced junior class yesterday (despite his tired little face 🤣)

Red Suits

I have often been asked why do the children wear red karate suits and not the traditional white karate suits like the majority of karate schools. Maybe when I say I like the colour and that the children can spend more time training, less time washing, you may be slightly disquieted by my attitude and apparent lack of upholding tradition.

The colour red donotes strength, passion, self sacrifice and blood. It is the color that ‘gets the blood flowing’. Many phrases such as the terms for “embarrassment to death” or “growing red with anger” or “deficit spending or losses” or “complete stranger” are denoted with Japanese word for ‘red’.

White on the other hand is inherently denotes death and mourning too. This peaceful color also stands for purity and truth. White is the color of snow, starting on a blank page, going back to the roots and to scorn or treat someone cold.

However, while I believe it is very important to uphold tradition maybe by being a little bit different than all the rest is refreshing and free thinking.

Many years ago in the 80's , there was a very powerful and progressive karate style who dominated kumite competitions all over the country. It's instructors were Mike Dinsdale Sensei and Greg Wallace Sensei. The style was unlike the traditional karate of the day and to be honest was frowned upon. But in competition it worked, they competed and won. They won against biased referring and hostility for their lack of tradition. They were called Renshinkai........they wore red karate suits!.

Their moto was " Strength in Unity" a moto I believe the Kyudokan follows..

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Whether or not I like or agree with the post matters not, after all, what on Earth do I know and who should care what I think? But I must say that I love when people, particularly in the martial arts community can think for themselves and have the courage to forge different paths. Love it. (Ps, we’ve done blue and black and white during various iterations of my school). 😊🙏

🥋🥋Family Sessions + Senior Only + Advanced Juniors + 12 students successfully Grading 🥋🥋
Another amazing week at Kyudokan Karate with 10 sessions this week at 4 locations around Southampton.
While keeping Covid-19 safe, with temperature checks, social distancing and hand cleansing.
The Kyudokan family continues to grow with more members again this week in addition to more parents now becoming members joining in the training.
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🥋🥋🥋Gradings🥋🥋🥋
A very well done to Lilly, Gracie, Jessica, Patrick, Elliot and Luke for passing there grades today.
It was very tough grading session with the students having to work extremely hard to demonstrate that they were ready to be awarded their grade. Part of the grade included sparring which was possible with their siblings. 🥋🥋🥋
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A brilliant end to a great week. With lockdown being eased and our classes starting in the leisure centres Kyudokan Karate students returned to training.

Sunday at Holly Hill Leisure Centre proved to be very popular. It’s important for everyone to remember to book your place in our classes. Places are going fast and we need to know how many students attend to make sure we have the correct number of instructors. Booking can be done in advance so go to your app now.

Next training....... Places for People Leisure Centre, Tuesday 6.00pm.......book now to avoid disappointment

A brilliant end to a great week. With lockdown being eased and our classes starting in the leisure centres Kyudokan Karate students returned to training.

Sunday at Holly Hill Leisure Centre proved to be very popular. It’s important for everyone to remember to book your place in our classes. Places are going fast and we need to know how many students attend to make sure we have the correct number of instructors. Booking can be done in advance so go to your app now.

Next training....... Places for People Leisure Centre, Tuesday 6.00pm.......book now to avoid disappointment
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Love the closing picture!

This morning class at Bitterne Leisure Centre once again was awesome. Kyudokan students are enjoying the classes, its been a long time in lockdown. Our next classes are tomorrow, Sunday at Holly Hill Leisure Centre

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First session and can’t wait for the next. Great club and thanks for the welcome

I hadn’t realised Leo had been graded. Congratulations Leo well deserved 👏👏

We’re quarantining after going to France to see my parents. Will be back as soon as we can!

First karate lesson for junior and senior students of the Kyudokan last night at Chamberlayne Leisure Centre. Strictly following government guidelines on social distancing, sanitation and well being of all our students, the lessons were awesome,

We take these unprecedented times very seriously and have increased the instructor to student ratio and with so many members continuing their training online during the lockdown and attending the outside classes too, the standard and enthusiasm was brilliant.

With lockdown being relaxed, now is a great time to  join Kyudokan Karate. 

Our next class is tomorrow Saturday 22nd August at Bitterne Leisure Centre, 11.00am.

Interested? Come along, children adults and families very welcome

First karate lesson for junior and senior students of the Kyudokan last night at Chamberlayne Leisure Centre. Strictly following government guidelines on social distancing, sanitation and well being of all our students, the lessons were awesome,

We take these unprecedented times very seriously and have increased the instructor to student ratio and with so many members continuing their training online during the lockdown and attending the outside classes too, the standard and enthusiasm was brilliant.

With lockdown being relaxed, now is a great time to join Kyudokan Karate.

Our next class is tomorrow Saturday 22nd August at Bitterne Leisure Centre, 11.00am.

Interested? Come along, children adults and families very welcome
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Remembering our international ties with our South African friends before lockdown. Hoping to return to see you all again soon

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Another Great week of training in the park and 8 more sessions to book for members are available for next week now, including more weapons training.
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Kyudokan Karate Training in the park.

Two more sessions in the park today, keeping to social distancing, groups of no more than 6 while keeping 2 metres apart and sparing within families only. It was great to see parents getting involved again in the sparring sessions to make it possible.
8 sessions available to book for next week are on our website now.
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🥋KARATE🥋Classes for next week are now available to book.

Social distancing rules apply, 1 Sensei to 5 Students maintaining 2m social distancing rules.

Sparring / contact is only allowed between families that live at the same property.

www.kyudokan.co.uk/events-booking/
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Fantastic training in the park today while maintaining social distancing. Great to see siblings and parents doing some work with each other while staying within their own family bubbles.

4 venues with 8 sessions planned for next week.
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Great to see parents getting involved to support the learning during restricted contact. Great job 👌

3 months ago

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Classes for next week are now available to book, with the good weather forecasted we have lots of training in the park and also some training on Zoom:

 https://www.kyudokan.co.uk/events-booking/

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Classes for next week are now available to book, with the good weather forecasted we have lots of training in the park and also some training on Zoom:

www.kyudokan.co.uk/events-booking/

MEMBERS ONLY please.
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Our first outdoor training sessions proved a resounding success.
Most students never have the opportunity to study outside but thought it was brilliant.

Sessions were held in the park area next to Holly Hill and Chamberlayne Leisure centres. Over 35 students attended, all adhering to social distancing,

Look out for our next sessions this week


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Ollie absolutely loved training outside!

🥋🥋Training in the Park🥋🥋
It was great to see some of our students again in person at our two training sessions in the park on Saturday. 🥋We had 3 instructors at each sessions with 5 students per instructor in completely separate groups so were able to maintain social distancing within government guidelines.🥋
It was such a success we will be putting on more training in the park in the week and at weekends. 🥋Keep an eye on our website to pre-book your space. Look forward to seeing you all soon.🥋
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Thank you, both the children really enjoyed it. Look forward to more outdoor sessions.

It worked really well, thanks to everyone involved 👍👍

We really enjoyed it too and it worked so well. Here's the photo I took...

Well done Dave!

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Teacher or student

I have been a teacher now for over 40 years and as i am in my 65th year i still have much more to learn. It easy to sit back and just be a teacher and not a student. But if you dont continue to search for knowledge, what can you give to your students? We expect them to practice, study and learn and yet there are many who demand this of their students but don’t practice what they preach.

My personal journey has been difficult, fraught with physical and mental disability. It is easy to use this as an excuse for not studying etc and most people would accept this. Not so the Shinbukan

The Shinbukan is a dojo where you cant hide. When its teacher enjoys fighting win or lose you know you have to be honest with yourself. When I’m feeling unwell and try to justify myself, he dismisses it, the only attention he gives me is when he hits me a little harder, then smiles. His students are my friends and a little more understanding. At least they help me up after slamming me into the floor.

I’m beginning to learn to keep quiet. Like creating the Japanese sword, It is important to temper the body and mind, making you strong in both no matter how unwell you feel. Your teacher is doing you no favours if he relents. Your peers also, as I was reminded yesterday when studying with my dojo brother. He said “ We know your feeling unwell sometimes but we treat you like anyone else “ Translated that means “ be prepared to fight otherwise I’ll show you why you have to “ ( I love being a student ) !!
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Always an interesting read Dave. Good to see you doing the thing that you love. Hope the lockdown and life in general is treating you kindly 🙂

Teacher or student

I have been a teacher now for over 40 years and as i am in my 65th year i still have much more to learn. It easy to sit back and just be a teacher and not a student. But if you dont continue to search for knowledge, what can you give to your students? We expect them to practice, study and learn and yet there are many who demand this of their students but don’t practice what they preach.

My personal journey has been difficult, fraught with physical and mental disability. It is easy to use this as an excuse for not studying etc and most people would accept this. Not so the Shinbukan

The Shinbukan is a dojo where you cant hide. It’s teacher is unrelenting. When I’m feeling unwell and try to justify myself, he dismisses it, the only attention he gives me is when he hits me a little harder, then smiles. His students are my friends and a little more understanding. At least they help me up after slamming me into the floor.

I’m beginning to learn to keep quiet. Like creating the Japanese sword, It is important to temper the body and mind, making you strong in both no matter how unwell you feel. Your teacher is doing you no favours if he relents. Your peers also, as I was reminded yesterday when studying with my dojo brother. He said “ We know your feeling unwell sometimes but we treat you like anyone else “ Translated that means “ be prepared to fight otherwise I’ll show you why you have to “ ( I love being a student ) !!
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Training in the park:

With the recent changes in social distancing rules allowing up to 6 people to meet outside while maintaining a 2m distance we will trial a training session in the Holly Hill Park on Saturday 20th June.

We will accept a maximum number of 15 students, we will do this by having 3 separate groups, each with a Sensei who will maintain social distancing rules within their group.

The 3 groups will train quite far apart from each other, so that they are clearly 3 groups of 5 students and 1 instructor and not a group of 18 people.

We request that parents and careers also do keep to social distancing rules. Please make sure that students are wearing a Gi and trainers.

This is for members only.
Please book at https://www.kyudokan.co.uk/events-booking/

Training in the park:

With the recent changes in social distancing rules allowing up to 6 people to meet outside while maintaining a 2m distance we will trial a training session in the Holly Hill Park on Saturday 20th June.

We will accept a maximum number of 15 students, we will do this by having 3 separate groups, each with a Sensei who will maintain social distancing rules within their group.

The 3 groups will train quite far apart from each other, so that they are clearly 3 groups of 5 students and 1 instructor and not a group of 18 people.

We request that parents and careers also do keep to social distancing rules. Please make sure that students are wearing a Gi and trainers.

This is for members only.
Please book at www.kyudokan.co.uk/events-booking/
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We started last week in Fareham, it works really well. I can not recommend enough to train with Sensei David so get along and enjoy.

Have signed up for training in the park, can't wait 😁

As this is now fully booked, If any cancellations come up please let me know. Thank you

Great idea David! 😊

Would be great if this was closer to Bitterne 😊

Were working on it now, Pauline

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New Training times for Online sessions are now available to book for week commencing 15th June:

🥋🥋MEMBERS ONLY🥋🥋
https://www.kyudokan.co.uk/events-booking/
🥋🥋MEMBERS ONLY🥋🥋

New Training times for Online sessions are now available to book for week commencing 15th June:

🥋🥋MEMBERS ONLY🥋🥋
www.kyudokan.co.uk/events-booking/
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Kyudokan Grading

You know when your getting it when , after a four hour grading, you ask the question ‘’ would  you be disappointed if I said you had failed”?
Answer “ yes, but i will try harder next time”

Kyudokan Grading

You know when your getting it when , after a four hour grading, you ask the question ‘’ would you be disappointed if I said you had failed”?
Answer “ yes, but i will try harder next time”
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Well done Harry xx 🏆

Congratulations on your grading 🏆

KYUDOKAN  GRADING

Congratulations to all Kyudokan students after successfully  passing their grades this weekend. Keeping strictly to government guidelines regarding social distancing, didn’t detract the significance of the grade being taken. The kumite and bunkai part of the grade had been thoroughly scrutinised before lockdown. This weekend was just as demanding and needed full attention. After nearly four hours, the grading concludedImage attachmentImage attachment

KYUDOKAN GRADING

Congratulations to all Kyudokan students after successfully passing their grades this weekend. Keeping strictly to government guidelines regarding social distancing, didn’t detract the significance of the grade being taken. The kumite and bunkai part of the grade had been thoroughly scrutinised before lockdown. This weekend was just as demanding and needed full attention. After nearly four hours, the grading concluded
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Well done you lot 😁😁

Congratulations all. A tremendous achievement.

Thank you David Morris for your dedication and support for Sam. You have inspired Sam to be the best he can be and still want more 😊

Amazing news, congratulations all. 🥋 🙇‍♂️ 👊🏼 Oss!

Whoop whoop well done all. A lot of hard work!

Well done everyone x

Congrats! Paul Gibbs

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New Training times for Online sessions are now available to book for week commencing 8th June:

🥋🥋MEMBERS ONLY🥋🥋
https://www.kyudokan.co.uk/events-booking/
🥋🥋MEMBERS ONLY🥋🥋

Beginners Class: White - Orange Belt - Focussing on the basics and your first Kata, Sanchi San Po: Monday and Thursday 5:30pm - 6:15pm

Intermediate Class: Green - Brown Belt 1st KYU, this class will help you improve on your basics and include work on the following Katas: Gekifa, Saifa and Sanseiru: Tuesday and Friday 5:30pm - 6:15pm

Advanced Class: Brown Belt 2nd Kyu - Black Belt all Dans, This class is for those who know their basics and will be focussing on applications and the Katas: Sanseiru, Unshu, Tensho and Seiunchin. Monday and Thursday 6:30pm - 7:30pm

Expert Class: Not for the faint hearted, this class will include work on applications and the Katas Seiunchin, Niseishi, Sepia and Kururunfa. Tuesday and Friday 6:30pm - 7:30pm

New Training times for Online sessions are now available to book for week commencing 8th June:

🥋🥋MEMBERS ONLY🥋🥋
www.kyudokan.co.uk/events-booking/
🥋🥋MEMBERS ONLY🥋🥋

Beginners Class: White - Orange Belt - Focussing on the basics and your first Kata, Sanchi San Po: Monday and Thursday 5:30pm - 6:15pm

Intermediate Class: Green - Brown Belt 1st KYU, this class will help you improve on your basics and include work on the following Kata's: Gekifa, Saifa and Sanseiru: Tuesday and Friday 5:30pm - 6:15pm

Advanced Class: Brown Belt 2nd Kyu - Black Belt all Dans, This class is for those who know their basics and will be focussing on applications and the Kata's: Sanseiru, Unshu, Tensho and Seiunchin. Monday and Thursday 6:30pm - 7:30pm

Expert Class: Not for the faint hearted, this class will include work on applications and the Kata's Seiunchin, Niseishi, Sepia and Kururunfa. Tuesday and Friday 6:30pm - 7:30pm
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Online Training sessions are now available to book for week commencing 1st June:

🥋🥋MEMBERS ONLY🥋🥋
https://www.kyudokan.co.uk/events-booking/
🥋🥋MEMBERS ONLY🥋🥋

We have 4 different types of class:
Beginners Class: White - Orange Belt - Focussing on the basics and your first Kata, Sanchi San Po: Tuesday and Thursday 3pm - 3:45pm

Intermediate Class: Green - Brown Belt 1st KYU, this class will help you improve on your basics and include work on the following Katas: Gekifa, Saifa and Sanseiru: Monday and Friday 3pm - 3:45pm

Advanced Class: Brown Belt 2nd Kyu - Black Belt all Dans, This class is for those who know their basics and will be focussing on applications and the Katas: Sanseiru, Unshu, Tensho and Seiunchin. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 10:30am - 11:30am

Expert Class: Not for the faint hearted, this class will include work on applications and the Katas Seiunchin, Niseishi, Sepia and Kururunfa. Tuesday and Thursday 7pm - 8pm.

Book soon as classes fill up quickly

Online Training sessions are now available to book for week commencing 1st June:

🥋🥋MEMBERS ONLY🥋🥋
www.kyudokan.co.uk/events-booking/
🥋🥋MEMBERS ONLY🥋🥋

We have 4 different types of class:
Beginners Class: White - Orange Belt - Focussing on the basics and your first Kata, Sanchi San Po: Tuesday and Thursday 3pm - 3:45pm

Intermediate Class: Green - Brown Belt 1st KYU, this class will help you improve on your basics and include work on the following Kata's: Gekifa, Saifa and Sanseiru: Monday and Friday 3pm - 3:45pm

Advanced Class: Brown Belt 2nd Kyu - Black Belt all Dans, This class is for those who know their basics and will be focussing on applications and the Kata's: Sanseiru, Unshu, Tensho and Seiunchin. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 10:30am - 11:30am

Expert Class: Not for the faint hearted, this class will include work on applications and the Kata's Seiunchin, Niseishi, Sepia and Kururunfa. Tuesday and Thursday 7pm - 8pm.

Book soon as classes fill up quickly
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Online Training sessions are now available to book for week commencing 11th May:

🥋🥋MEMBERS ONLY🥋🥋
https://www.kyudokan.co.uk/events-booking/
🥋🥋MEMBERS ONLY🥋🥋

We have 4 different types of class:

Beginners Class: White - Orange Belt - Focussing on the basics and your first Kata, Sanchi San Po: Tuesday and Thursday 3pm - 3:45pm

Intermediate Class: Green - Brown Belt 1st KYU, this class will help you improve on your basics and include work on the following Katas: Gekifa, Saifa and Sanseiru: Monday, Wednesday and Friday 3pm - 3:45pm

Advanced Class: Brown Belt 2nd Kyu - Black Belt all Dans, This class is for those who know their basics and will be focussing on applications and the Katas: Sanseiru, Unshu, Tensho and Seiunchin. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 10:30am - 11:30am

Expert Class: Not for the faint hearted, this class will include work on applications and the Katas Seiunchin, Niseishi, Sepia and Kururunfa. Tuesday and Thursday 7pm - 8pm.

Book soon as classes fill up quickly

Online Training sessions are now available to book for week commencing 11th May:

🥋🥋MEMBERS ONLY🥋🥋
www.kyudokan.co.uk/events-booking/
🥋🥋MEMBERS ONLY🥋🥋

We have 4 different types of class:

Beginners Class: White - Orange Belt - Focussing on the basics and your first Kata, Sanchi San Po: Tuesday and Thursday 3pm - 3:45pm

Intermediate Class: Green - Brown Belt 1st KYU, this class will help you improve on your basics and include work on the following Kata's: Gekifa, Saifa and Sanseiru: Monday, Wednesday and Friday 3pm - 3:45pm

Advanced Class: Brown Belt 2nd Kyu - Black Belt all Dans, This class is for those who know their basics and will be focussing on applications and the Kata's: Sanseiru, Unshu, Tensho and Seiunchin. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 10:30am - 11:30am

Expert Class: Not for the faint hearted, this class will include work on applications and the Kata's Seiunchin, Niseishi, Sepia and Kururunfa. Tuesday and Thursday 7pm - 8pm.

Book soon as classes fill up quickly
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Online Training sessions are now available to book for next week: https://www.kyudokan.co.uk/events-booking/
🥋🥋MEMBERS ONLY🥋🥋

We have 4 different types of class:

Beginners Class: White - Orange Belt - Focussing on the basics and your first Kata, Sanchi San Po: Tuesday and Thursday 3pm - 3:45pm

Intermediate Class: Green - Brown Belt 1st KYU, this class will help you improve on your basics and include work on the following Katas: Gekifa, Saifa and Sanseiru: Monday, Wednesday and Friday 3pm - 3:45pm

Advanced Class: Brown Belt 2nd Kyu - Black Belt all Dans, This class is for those who know their basics and will be focussing on applications and the Katas: Sanseiru, Unshu, Tensho and Seiunchin. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 10:30am - 11:30am

Expert Class: Not for the faint hearted, this class will include work on applications and the Katas Seiunchin, Niseishi, Sepia and Kururunfa. Tuesday and Thursday 7pm - 8pm.

Book soon as classes fill up quickly

Online Training sessions are now available to book for next week: www.kyudokan.co.uk/events-booking/
🥋🥋MEMBERS ONLY🥋🥋

We have 4 different types of class:

Beginners Class: White - Orange Belt - Focussing on the basics and your first Kata, Sanchi San Po: Tuesday and Thursday 3pm - 3:45pm

Intermediate Class: Green - Brown Belt 1st KYU, this class will help you improve on your basics and include work on the following Kata's: Gekifa, Saifa and Sanseiru: Monday, Wednesday and Friday 3pm - 3:45pm

Advanced Class: Brown Belt 2nd Kyu - Black Belt all Dans, This class is for those who know their basics and will be focussing on applications and the Kata's: Sanseiru, Unshu, Tensho and Seiunchin. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 10:30am - 11:30am

Expert Class: Not for the faint hearted, this class will include work on applications and the Kata's Seiunchin, Niseishi, Sepia and Kururunfa. Tuesday and Thursday 7pm - 8pm.

Book soon as classes fill up quickly
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Online Training sessions are now available to book for next week: https://www.kyudokan.co.uk/events-booking/

🥋🥋MEMBERS ONLY🥋🥋

We now have 4 different types of class based on feedback:

Beginners Class: White - Orange Belt - Focussing on the basics and your first Kata, Sanchi San Po

Intermediate Class: Green - Brown Belt 1st KYU, this class will help you improve on your basics and include work on the following Katas: Gekifa, Saifa and Sanseiru

Advanced Class: Brown Belt 2nd Kyu - Black Belt all Dans, This class is for those who know their basics and will be focussing on applications and the Katas: Sanseiru, Unshu, Tensho and Seiunchin

Expert Class: Not for the faint hearted, this class will include work on applications and the Katas Niseishi, Sepia and KururunfaImage attachment

Online Training sessions are now available to book for next week: www.kyudokan.co.uk/events-booking/

🥋🥋MEMBERS ONLY🥋🥋

We now have 4 different types of class based on feedback:

Beginners Class: White - Orange Belt - Focussing on the basics and your first Kata, Sanchi San Po

Intermediate Class: Green - Brown Belt 1st KYU, this class will help you improve on your basics and include work on the following Kata's: Gekifa, Saifa and Sanseiru

Advanced Class: Brown Belt 2nd Kyu - Black Belt all Dans, This class is for those who know their basics and will be focussing on applications and the Kata's: Sanseiru, Unshu, Tensho and Seiunchin

Expert Class: Not for the faint hearted, this class will include work on applications and the Kata's Niseishi, Sepia and Kururunfa
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