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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/
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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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Online Training Sessions
Next Weeks online training sessions are now available to book on line. (Members Only)

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

Online Training Sessions
Next Week's online training sessions are now available to book on line. (Members Only)

www.kyudokan.co.uk/events-booking/
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Karate Remote Training Sessions

I hope you had a safe Easter weekend.

We have updated again the classes due to demand and requests. 

The classes continue to be split in to grades, with now an evening class every other day for the higher grades who are still working who cant make the day classes. Classes now have 8 places per session.

Tuesday 14th April
10:30am - 11:30am: Brown 2nd Kyu - Black all dans
3pm - 2:45pm: White - Orange Belt
7pm - 8pm: Brown 2nd Kyu - Black all dans

Wednesday 15h April
10:30am - 11:30am: Brown 2nd Kyu - Black all dans
3pm - 3:45pm: Green - Brown 3rd Kyu Belt

Thursday 16th April
10:30am - 11:30am: Brown 2nd Kyu - Black all dans
3pm - 2:45pm: White - Orange Belt
7pm - 8pm: Brown 2nd Kyu - Black all dans

Friday 17th April
10:30am - 11:30am: Brown 2nd Kyu - Black all dans
3pm - 3:45pm: Green - Brown 3rd Kyu Belt

These are special two way video sessions using zoom.us  David Morris Sensei hosts these sessions with a maximum of 6 households joining in. The video and sound is two way so you can get some real instruction on your Karate.

If you have two members of your family who are on different grades that cross over the sessions by 1 grade, if possible, please book onto just one session, either the higher or the lower depending on their abilities.

This service is Free to all our members during the lockdown.

When booking please make sure you book on the correct session.

The classes for the whole of next week are now on the Website. Get your place booked soon, places will go fast.

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

Stay Safe, Stay at Home, Practice Karate

Paul - Team Kyudokan

Karate Remote Training Sessions

I hope you had a safe Easter weekend.

We have updated again the classes due to demand and requests.

The classes continue to be split in to grades, with now an evening class every other day for the higher grades who are still working who can't make the day classes. Classes now have 8 places per session.

Tuesday 14th April
10:30am - 11:30am: Brown 2nd Kyu - Black all dans
3pm - 2:45pm: White - Orange Belt
7pm - 8pm: Brown 2nd Kyu - Black all dans

Wednesday 15h April
10:30am - 11:30am: Brown 2nd Kyu - Black all dans
3pm - 3:45pm: Green - Brown 3rd Kyu Belt

Thursday 16th April
10:30am - 11:30am: Brown 2nd Kyu - Black all dans
3pm - 2:45pm: White - Orange Belt
7pm - 8pm: Brown 2nd Kyu - Black all dans

Friday 17th April
10:30am - 11:30am: Brown 2nd Kyu - Black all dans
3pm - 3:45pm: Green - Brown 3rd Kyu Belt

These are special two way video sessions using zoom.us David Morris Sensei hosts these sessions with a maximum of 6 households joining in. The video and sound is two way so you can get some real instruction on your Karate.

If you have two members of your family who are on different grades that cross over the sessions by 1 grade, if possible, please book onto just one session, either the higher or the lower depending on their abilities.

This service is Free to all our members during the lockdown.

When booking please make sure you book on the correct session.

The classes for the whole of next week are now on the Website. Get your place booked soon, places will go fast.

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

Stay Safe, Stay at Home, Practice Karate

Paul - Team Kyudokan
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Its very special when an old friend from 30 years ago gets in touch again. Even more so when he sends old photos and videos of courses attended. I met Bob Bishop Sensei, a very tough instructor from the Mike Lambert Sensei schools on the Isle of White. We trained together on karate and weapon courses. The video attached is a weapon course from 1990, Bo staff, run by traditionalist Julien Mead Sensei, a renowned martial artist. Many thanks to Bob for sending me this archive video. ... See MoreSee Less

Remote Training for Members:
15 new remote training sessions are now available for next week on our website. 
This is a two way video & audio session with a maximum of 6 households per session. 
Places are booking up fast!
Go to our website to book your place: https://www.kyudokan.co.uk/events-booking/
Current and past MEMBERS ONLY. Non members orders will not be processed.

Remote Training for Members:
15 new remote training sessions are now available for next week on our website.
This is a two way video & audio session with a maximum of 6 households per session.
Places are booking up fast!
Go to our website to book your place: www.kyudokan.co.uk/events-booking/
Current and past MEMBERS ONLY. Non members orders will not be processed.
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I like this, thanks Dave. Any chance of you running a high grade class after work times?

Looking back through old photos, i came across this one, taken about 25 years old ago. The young green belt being awarded a trophy is Kyle Hillman, a very talented and likeable young man. To his right, is Pascal Guillaume Sensei. Pascal Sensei still instructs at his dojo in Le Havre, France and we became great friends when our karate school had an invitation from him to celebrate the twinning between Southampton and Le Havre. A great weekend !!

Looking back through old photos, i came across this one, taken about 25 years old ago. The young green belt being awarded a trophy is Kyle Hillman, a very talented and likeable young man. To his right, is Pascal Guillaume Sensei. Pascal Sensei still instructs at his dojo in Le Havre, France and we became great friends when our karate school had an invitation from him to celebrate the twinning between Southampton and Le Havre. A great weekend !! ... See MoreSee Less

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Great times, we had a superb time with Phillipe and his lovely family x

Remember it well..

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hello

Hello everyone

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Thanks David! Alfie loved the six moves you showed! We hope you are keeping well and safe xx

Thanks interesting lesson..

Great online session this morning.
There are still some places on this afternoons session at 2:30.
Go to kyudokan.co.uk to register your free place.
MEMBERS ONLY please.
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James McCombe

Liked your kata on FB Dave. Much more interesting than a lot of stuff I’ve been seeing on the TV and I don’t even train

Great session, Sam really enjoyed it and will be joining you tomorrow. Thanks

Both the girls loved it!

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Your looking really well. Great idea . Hope you and your family are all well and keeping safe

Good point on Karate ni sente nashi, it’s an attitude! It’s a behaviour, it’s a mindset....it’s not a combative instruction, even funakoshi gichin advocates being preemptive if your in a situation that warrants it.

Yep, been back for a couple of weeks and trying to get a new routine going at home.

Thank you Sensei, from Lexi

From tomorrow at 10:30 and 14:30 we will be offering small on line two way video lessons: Places are limited to 5 households per session. You will be able to see and hear David Sensei and he will be able to see and hear you. This way you will be able to ask questions and get some personal tuition. That is why it is limited to just 5 households per session. To book on to one of these sessions, go to our website www.kyudokan.co.uk and scroll to the bottom. There you will be able to book on. It is of course all FREE of charge as part of your membership. We will monitor the success of this over the weekend. Stay safe everyone and stay inside. Paul

brilliant David Sensei

My son Kyle used to train with you years ago ! Great to see you again !

Sensei - Please could you talk a bit about the two techniques that you mentioned near the end of the kata between the double palm strike and the pull-down?

Hi David, good to be back from sea and to normaility! Good to see that you look healthy too.

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Always was a very talented instructor both physically and verbally nothing changes

Karate for Self Defence?

There has always been great debate on which martial art is best for self defence. When defending yourself  against a physical attack it doesnt matter which martial art you use. What matters is does it work? It may work in training but does it work when someone is hell bent on physically harming or raping you.

It is also often said and with great debate you should not award a black belt to a junior. It under values the grade. In my school it doesnt.  If this opinion holds merit then there many karate students who should not wear the coveted black belt. The question should then be, why are there separate fighting categories for men and women in karate competitions? Does that undermine the black belt??
And if you take it further, separate categories are in just about ALL sports and non sporting activities!?!

In 1999, Rachel White was 12 years old when she earned her black belt. She doesnt train anymore but brings her son Levi to karate lessons. She knows, from experience, that karate is one of the best martial arts for self defence.

Interested? For more information check out our website www.kyudokan.co.uk

So to compare the combative skills of a fully grown adult with that of a young student is impossible, but both have endured the same journey. Maybe the child is even more worthy of this achievement as they have overcome obstacles many adults would find hard to achieve. 

When anyone asks me about grades etc, I have always replied
 I will award a grade if I believe the student will benefit mentally and physically from going from level to the next

But it must be remembered age is not always the issue and my juniors know that their karate would not be effective against an adult and therefore it is the juniors ability to apply an acceptable level amongst their own peer groups. Im also asked, how many years does it take to achieve black belt. This widely varies from school to school but my answer is  its not the number of years you have been studying but the number of hours

Karate for Self Defence?

There has always been great debate on which martial art is best for self defence. When defending yourself against a physical attack it doesnt matter which martial art you use. What matters is does it work? It may work in training but does it work when someone is hell bent on physically harming or raping you.

It is also often said and with great debate you should not award a black belt to a junior. It under values the grade. In my school it doesnt. If this opinion holds merit then there many karate students who should not wear the coveted black belt. The question should then be, why are there separate fighting categories for men and women in karate competitions? Does that undermine the black belt??
And if you take it further, separate categories are in just about ALL sports and non sporting activities!?!

In 1999, Rachel White was 12 years old when she earned her black belt. She doesnt train anymore but brings her son Levi to karate lessons. She knows, from experience, that karate is one of the best martial arts for self defence.

Interested? For more information check out our website www.kyudokan.co.uk

So to compare the combative skills of a fully grown adult with that of a young student is impossible, but both have endured the same journey. Maybe the child is even more worthy of this achievement as they have overcome obstacles many adults would find hard to achieve.

When anyone asks me about grades etc, I have always replied
I will award a grade if I believe the student will benefit mentally and physically from going from level to the next

But it must be remembered age is not always the issue and my juniors know that their karate would not be effective against an adult and therefore it is the juniors ability to apply an acceptable level amongst their own peer groups. Im also asked, how many years does it take to achieve black belt. This widely varies from school to school but my answer is its not the number of years you have been studying but the number of hours
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Rachel White

Well said David sensei, a belt in my opinion means very little. Instead I think how long you have been training and with whom you train with gives a better indication of your ability than a piece of coloured cotton that you tie round your waist to keep your gi jacket closed hope you and you students are well!

I’d totally agree! Martial arts, whatever the style, will always be useful when it comes to defending yourself. Shame Rachel isn’t training now, but at least she has passed it on to her kids!

Wow, did not expect to see this! I studied many hours for my black belt before receiving it, I did more karate than school work haha and of course had the greatest teacher :-* xx

Rachel White x

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Ollie joined in with our dog 不 thank you for organising.

Good punching Charlie!

This is excellent for my son who has only just started, will this video be posted online for future reference.

Thank you, that was great.

That was amazing - thank you.

Well done David, great idea! X

This is super cool to watch. Do you mind if I ask, what is the bunkai with those open-handed strikes forward?

Thanks David and Paul. Well done Charlie

Brilliant session guys.

Enjoyable dave thanks..

Well done boys!

Great thanks

Good point on collecting kata,

Please keep this up

Dong well to demonstrate while maintaining distance David sensei!

You need to turn the camera please

You may want to turn the camera around

thank you

don’t make him repeat it mum that’s c r u e l

Can he repeat that bit?

Charlie !! Charlie !!

gowan charlie

turn the camera 90 degrees

it’s gone muffled

Camera is wrong way

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Training Suspended for 7 Days

As you may have seen on Facebook, David has been told to self isolate for 7 days. His doctor thinks it is most likely a cough only as he does not have a high temperature.

With such uncertainty about the Coronavirus and daily updates from the government that offer different advice daily, the latest being "avoid unnecessary social contact" we have decided to suspend training for 7 days.

The next scheduled training will therefore be Tuesday 24th March.
We hope that in 7 days with David back out of isolation and hopefully consistent advice from the government we can re-open.

Fees
Since there is no training available for 7 days, we will be making some of the extra classes normally charged for available for free: Weapons Training, Grading Training and Grading.

This of course is the plan at the moment as we know the facts, I will update you all more over the coming days.

Many Thanks for your understanding

Paul
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Get well soon, wishing you a speedy recovery.

There has always been great debate on which martial art is best for self defence. When defending yourself against a physical attack it doesnt matter which martial art you use. What matters is does it work? It may work in training but does it work when someone is hell bent on physically harming or raping you.

So, where do you go to learn self defence. With so many martial arts to choose from its very confusing. And why martial arts? Im playing devils advocate here. Even with my 40 plus years in karate, i am not stupid enough to think only karate is the best form of self defence. Are there any western philosophies to compare with eastern philosophies? Boxing, wrestling?

Every fighting art has its merits. But it is also about the person who can see them. Many cant. They are looking in the wrong place. No wonder theyre confused if theyre bent over looking up their own arse!
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Whenever someone asks me ‘what’s the best martial art?’ I always respond with ‘what’s the best colour to paint your bedroom?’ They then get the message....

Luckily Sensei Morris taught us moves and applications from other styles and other martial arts so borrow the best from other styles judo tai chi and others

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Two brothers sparring at Chamberlayne Leisure Centre every Thursday 6.00 - 7.00pm. Come along, join in, first lesson free ... See MoreSee Less

Kyudokan Weapons Seminar
Sunday 15th March
2.00 - 3.30
Limited places
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Great first session! 
Girl Power, every Wednesday morning 10.30 - 11.30

Great first session!
Girl Power, every Wednesday morning 10.30 - 11.30
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It was a fantastic class. X

You can get a pretty good idea of the intellectual capacity of a karateka by observing their response to your contribution to a subject, whether in discussion or when demonstrating a technique.

In forums, Ive found it interesting and amusing to find that by including the kanji there are those in karate that dismiss it. Ironically its karateka of a higher rank who are mentally challenged to understand why the kanji was included

It must be so infuriating for them to find when they Google karate, the same thing happens !!

Wikipedia
Karate was originally written as "Chinese hand" ()

Maybe they should study etymology (t阞mldi), it may help them understand karate.
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As I always say..karate is nowhere and everywhere.

There are so many karate masters out there .....and as Yonemoto Sensei always points out, these Master seem to love the parks.......

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Training at the Kyudokan brings many benefits, from fitness, confidence, respect and empathy. Interested? Check out our website www.kyudokan .co.uk or come along for a free trial ... See MoreSee Less

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