Stick fighting course/classes are based on japanese martial arts including principles from Wado Ryu, Ken Jitsu (sword), Bo Jitsu (Long Staff), Jo Jitsu (short staff) and Philippian stick fighting. No previous martial arts experience or fitness is required, as the stick does all the work for you. Anything technique learnt with the stick can then easily be modified into empty hands or knife defence. As student’s progress different ranges are taught with different lengths of sticks/staff or knifes. Empty hand and kicking techniques are also included. Students must be over 15 years of age to take part in our classes. Contact us for a free introductory class. Check our timetable for class times.
Self Defence / Knife Defence
Our shortened courses in either Self Defence or Knife Defence, teach simple effective techniques designed to keep you or your loved ones safe. Realistic techniques with tactical training coupled with threat management, fight psychology, street awareness will give you skills to avoid most dangerous situations and at the same time give you the confidence to feel safe in public. Email us now to sign up for our next course or book a group course now.
Unleash your inner warrior. A HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) boot camp featuring martial arts pad work, core and circuits training. If fitness is a battleground, welcome to the front line. Ideal for beginners, as every participant pushes themselves as hard as they want. You don’t have to be a champion to train like one. Ideal for weight loss or general fitness, watch your confidence grow as you get fitter, push yourself regardless of fitness level and watch the calories burn off. Check out timetable for times. Contact us for a 1st time free trial.
Meditation is a means of transforming the mind. It helps us change the way we relate to ourselves and the world around us.Buddhist meditation techniques offer a way of encouraging and developing positive states of mind, such as calmness, clarity, emotional positivity and a deeper seeing of the true nature of things. The main thing we learn when we meditate is that we have a choice about how we think and feel. Even though much is out of our control in life, we can always take responsibility for our own states of mind and choose to change them for the better. Meditation empowers us to make this choice. Over thousands of years Buddhist meditation techniques have developed to help people work with their minds, and the foundation of them all is the cultivation of a calm and positive state of mind. Email us now to sign up for our next course or book a group course now.
Sensei Gareth Fiztgerald
Sensei Gareth FitzGerald 6th Dan, started his Karate training over 30 years ago in 1985,...Profile