Karate training Faversham

Wado Ryu Karate training in Faversham

When: Mondays at 7.45pm-9.00pm
Where:The Baptist Church, St Marys Road, Faversham ME13 8EE.

In the hall at the back of the church next to the car park in Institute Road

Your first session is free, so just turn up to give it a go.

Instructor: Andy Vine 1st Dan.

Faversham National Karate Association

About us

Our Faversham club has been running for over 10 years, teaching sport Karate based on the traditional Japanese martial art of Wado Ryu.

Karate is widely recognised as the ultimate art of unarmed combat. It is an excellent system for achieving physical fitness, mental awareness and personal self control, furthermore it develops superb co-ordination between body and mind.

You learn to use your hands, feet, head, knees and elbows, to deliver effective blows in situations where you need to defend yourself.

Our workouts consist of cardiovascular, strength and flexibility exercises designed to benefit the whole body.

Karate for all

Men, women and children of all ages can participate in Karate, children can start at the age of six years old, hence Karate is one of the few sports where all the family can train together.

Each student, regardless of age, progresses at their own rate therefore emphasis is placed on the individual’s abilities.

Self discipline, confidence and self esteem are promoted in our classes, these are traits everyone can benefit from throughout their lifetime.

Most importantly, it’s great fun!

  • Improve your fitness
  • Train with qualified instructors in a friendly atmosphere
  • Monitor your progress by grading

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Membership and Joining Information

To find out more about joining the NKKA, please email us contact us on facebook, or just turn up and talk to us, the first session is free. You can also email our national office at enquiries@freestyle-karate.co.uk and we endeavor to answer any questions or uncertainties you may have.

Self-Defense, Self-Confidence, Self-Discipline