COME AND JOIN US
JKS Leyland Shotokan Karate Clubs are currently taking new members and if you have an interest in taking up Karate, or you have previously trained in martial arts why not come along and give it a try. Our goal is to aid you in reaching your fullest potential through Shotokan Karate study. Our students practice in structured classes with fully qualified and insured instructors with years of experience.All of which are CRB checked.Our club is open to all ages and abilities and new members are always welcome.To find out more come along to one of our training sessions Tuesday 7 pm - 8:30pm or Thursday 6pm -7pm Juniors and 7pm - 8:30 pm at Wellfield business & Enterprise college, Leyland.
Or contact Mick on 07730035382
Our club : JKS Leyland Shotokan Karate Club
Our Association : Japan Karate Shotorenmei - England
Our Federation : English Karate Federation
Our Art : Karate-do
We are a small but caring Karate School. We welcome anyone serious about learning the true meaning of Shotokan Karate. .Our Clubs cater for all the needs of a Martial-Artist practicing the 3Ks (Kihon=Basics; Kata=Forms & Kumite=Sparring).
Both Dojos (Training-Hall/Club) are open to all (from the age of 6 onward) Beginners to Black Belts). Shotokan Karate is like many other Martial Arts and sports where the
practitioner needs to train quite regularly in order to achieve a good level of understanding of his Art. Therefore we expect students to attend regular classes each week for the lower grades and a few more for those trying for a new belt or aiming to participate in Competitions.Our Instructors attend regular national Karate Seminars with our Chief Instructor attending Seminars in Japan as part of his
Training/Learning LeylandJKS is affiliated to The Japan Karate
Shotorenmei (GB & Ireland) which is directly affiliated to the Japan
Karate Shotorenmei. The Japan Karate Shotorenmei (Ireland) was established in October 2002 when Scott Langley graduated from the instructor’s course.He was sent to Ireland with a mandate of
establishing JKS karate within the area. Quickly dojos in the UK also affiliated and the organisation became known as the Japan Karate Shotorenmei (GB & Ireland). In spring 2003
Alan Campbell, a sempai of Scott Langley, joined the
JKS (GB & Ireland) and since then both have worked hard to promote JKS Shotokan karate in the UK and Ireland
In our Clubs you will learn to look after
yourself and others, you will develop skill indispensable for the understanding of the Body in Motion, skills like Co-ordination, Balance, Common-Sense, the correct use of Hips, Arms, Legs and the way to handle one or more attackers.
For more info, just leave a message in the enquiry part of this website