Train karate with the NKKA
We have been training in Faversham and Canterbury for over 20 years, teaching sport Karate based on the traditional Japanese style of Wado Ryu, an all-round discipline that improves fitness, confidence, respect and self-esteem.
Faversham - Mondays at 7.00pm, The Baptist Church, St Marys Road, ME13 8EE.
Canterbury - Tuesdays at 7.15pm, St Dunstans Church Hall, London Road CT2 8LS.
Karate training in Faversham and Canterbury
Men, women and children of all ages can participate in Karate. Each student, regardless of age or ability, progresses at their own rate.
Under the current circumstances we have had to suspend our Monday karate club in Faversham 😭. We are looking at ways to connect with our students remotely so we’ll post about that shortly 😎. In the meantime, your full grading syllabus plus videos of your kata are available on our website so there’s tons for Read more about Monday classes suspended[…]
The NKKA Spring course is booked for 19th April 2020 at our Godstone club (St Nicholas Youth Centre bay Path, High St, Redhill RH9 8LW ), starting at 1pm. It’s a great opportunity to train with different members and Instructors. So please get along.
Karate offers a number of physical and mental health benefits Conditioning: Karate is a great way to tone and strengthen your muscles, the kicks, strikes, punches and dynamic body movements provide an intense cardiovascular workout. Flexibility: Your flexibility will increase as you train with both dynamically and static. Motor skills: You will be working your Read more about Karate a great way to strengthen the body and mind[…]
Grading for red to purple / white belts takes place Monday 25 September at Faversham. Train hard 🙂
Grading for brown belts and above is on Sunday 9 April 2017 at the Tonbridge club. Fisher Hall, Lyons Cresent, Tonbridge TN9 1EY From 11am sharp. Good luck to everyone grading.
Grading for red to purple / white belts takes place Monday 24 April at Faversham. Pay special attention to your katas and line work combinations. Train hard 🙂